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Breaking down Barriers: Using Youth Suicide-Related Surveillance Data from State Systems

The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) is has announced the release of a new report, Breaking down Barriers: Using Youth Suicide-Related Surveillance Data from State Systems. This report explores the opportunities and barriers that state Garrett Lee Smith grantees face in accessing and using suicide surveillance data from juvenile justice, child welfare, and public behavioral health systems.

An accompanying technical report details the research included in the paper. A series of worksheets is also included to help state Garrett Lee Smith grantees start or continue a dialogue on accessing and using suicide-related data from these three youth-serving state systems.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 1:55 PM