Zero Suicide in Health Systems


Learn about Zero Suicide in Health Systems

An aspirational answer to a complex challenge.

The Implementation of Zero Suicide in Health Systems is a framework funded by a grant from Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration's that we have received to improve suicide care for those within health and behavioral health systems. Putting into action each of the seven Zero Suicide elements will save lives.


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Information, tools, and resources for health care systems.

Zero Suicide

If you are thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 across the United States.

Suicide Prevention
Did you know?

Health Systems can help prevent suicide by knowing the facts as well as the warning signs.

Data and Reports

Data and Resources to support Kansas Suicide Prevention Efforts including: A Special Emphasis Report on Suicides, a report analyzing Kansas data in response to a CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. As well as Infographicsincluding age 25 and older – highlighting data from the Kansas Violent Death Reporting System and Tip Sheets for Youth Suicide Prevention.

Questions about data? Ask Lauren at Lauren.Gracy@ks.gov.

How can you help?

If you are concerned someone is at risk for suicide, there are steps you can take.

Any health or behavioral health care system can get involved with Zero Suicide. Learn more about the 7 essential elements of Zero Suicide in Health Systems.

Do not wait, contact Leslie at Leslie.Hale@ks.gov today to get started!