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Rocky Mountain MIRECC for Suicide Prevention - Educational Products
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VA Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program:
Never Worry Alone
One-on-one consultation at no charge for VA and Community Providers who serve Veterans with specific questions about Suicide Risk Management.
Speak directly with staff psychologists and physicians about:
- Conceptualizing and Stratifying Suicide Risk
- Lethal Means Safety Counseling
- Treatment Engagement
- Evidence-based Resources for Suicide Risk Management (e.g., how to best mitigate risk in “x” populations)
Uniting for Suicide Postvention (USPV)
Suicide prevention is a commonly used and understood term. However not everyone recognizes suicide postvention. Suicide postvention builds upon prevention efforts by providing immediate and ongoing support to those impacted by a suicide loss.
Postvention is critical for healing after suicide. Uniting for Suicide Postvention (USPV) provides resources and support for everyone touched by suicide loss. Check out our USPV website for more.
Treatment Works for Veterans
Visit our new website Treatment Works for Veterans a public information website for Veterans, family members, and others interested in learning more about proven mental health treatments for Veterans. Thanks to advances in science, mental health problems are now treatable. Proven treatments for many mental health problems – known as “evidence-based psychotherapies” – now exist and have improved the lives of many Veterans. Unfortunately, they remain unknown to most Veterans and their loved ones. Learn more.
Evidence-Based Psychotherapy Shared Decision-Making Toolkit for Mental Health Providers
Visit our new website Treatment Works for Veterans This website contains information and resources to promote Veterans’ engagement in evidence-based psychotherapies (EBPs) through the use of shared decision-making, beginning prior to the initiation of treatment. Increasingly part of high quality, patient-centered care in other health care contexts, shared decision-making principles and processes provide significant opportunities for promoting initial and ongoing engagement in EBPs. Learn more.