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The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1‐800‐273‐TALK (8255) is a nationwide network of 137 local crisis centers. Lifeline is federally funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and administered by Link2Health Solutions, wholly owned subsidiary of the Mental Health Association of New York City (MHA of NYC). Launched in January 2005, Lifeline provides free and confidential crisis counseling to anyone in need 24 hours a day, 7days a week by calling 1‐800‐273‐TALK.
In November of 2006, the State of California charged the California Department of Mental Health (DMH), with the development a statewide strategic plan on suicide prevention. The Suicide Prevention Plan Advisory Committee was formed and composed of mental health experts, advocates, survivors, providers, researchers and representatives from various nonprofit and government agencies. Working in partnership with DMH, the Committee participated in completing the California Strategic Plan on Suicide Prevention: Every Californian is Part of the Solution.
The co-chairs of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention (Action Alliance), are honored to present this revised version of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention. This strategy recognizes that suicide is a complicated issue that requires equally complex solutions. Effective solutions need to incorporate multiple approaches at multiple levels. Effective prevention programs and policies stress the importance of wellness, resiliency, and protective factors; effective suicide response and intervention programs address risk factors, mental health and substance abuse services, and crisis response for those who are struggling with suicidal behaviors; and effective support programs are required for those who have been touched by suicide or suicidal behavior.