This is the document we shared when we initially reached out to each of the counties in 2019.
Here you will find the adjusted timeline for the grant project.
Click below to view past Prevent Suicide PA PSA Contest winners and honorable mentions for the poster, video, and audio categories.
This template can be used by counties to organize and track current and/or ongoing suicide prevention initiatives in place throughout the county.
This document lays out the different types of questions that are asked in the PANA survey. This is only for your reference, you do not need to fill anything out.
Here you will find an example of the POSS survey for mobile crisis to give an idea of the layout and content of this survey.
Once you have filled out the community mapping, feel free to download this template to keep track of your contacts for each organization. This is for your records only, you will not need to send this form back to us.
This is the email language that counties can use to email their partners informing them of the project’s hold.
This email template is meant to inform the organizations about your county’s partnership with the GLS team.
Click the button below to download the email template which can be used when disseminating the needs assessment to contacts.
The email language can be used to relaunch the needs assessments after the hold due to COVID.
Use this email template when reaching out to inpatient partners to ask about filling out the needs assessment
This is a targeted email to help in reaching out to systems who have completed the PANA and now need to complete the POSS.
This is a targeted email to help in reaching out to systems who have completed the POSS and now need to complete the PANA.
This is a shorter version of the original email to send to systems about filling out both the PANA and the POSS
This is a targeted follow-up email to send to the two systems (Law Enforcement and County Administrator) when they still need to fill out the PANA.
Click the button below to find more information on the Zero Suicide Framework.