MIRECC / CoE
VA-DOD Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) for Patients at Risk for Suicide
What is a CPG?Learn about CPGs
What are the Recommendations?See all the Recommendations
Putting the VA/DoD CPG for Suicide Risk into Practice
The Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) for Patients at Risk for Suicide uses evidence-based information to guide health care providers in screening, evaluation, treatment, and case management. This site helps translate the clinical recommendations into tangible strategies by providing a roadmap and resources for how to apply them to the service members and Veterans you serve.
CPG Webinars: Greater Insight, Every Quarter
Are you looking for greater insights on the VA/DoD CPG directly from your peers? Every quarter, researchers and providers discuss the CPG recommendations and how to apply them to clinical practice. Learn more about upcoming and past webinars.
Recent Spotlight: February 8 2:00PM ET
Latest Research Updates on Caring Contacts for Suicidal Patients
Get webinar details and register for free CEUs!
Presented by: Kate Comtois, PhD, MPH
Learn more from the Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program (SRM)
SRM provides free consultation, support, and resources that promote therapeutic best practices for providers working with Veterans at risk for suicide.Request a Consult
Visit the SRM website
In a hurry? We get it. Download the main CPG documents here.
These links are for documents hosted on the VA CPG Portal to ensure you are getting the most current and accurate content.Full CPG
CPG Pocket Guide
CPG Provider Summary