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Zero Suicide Academy

National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

Clayton Kratz


The Zero Suicide Academy is a 2-day in-person training for senior leaders of health and behavioral healthcare organizations that seek to dramatically reduce suicides among patients in their care. Participants learn how to incorporate best and promising practices into their organizations and processes to improve care and safety for individuals at risk.

Dates and locations for upcoming academies are listed on the program website.


Eligible participants are health and behavioral healthcare organizations and hospitals that serve 10-24 year olds as part of their population. Applicants must come with a team of 4 individuals, and teams should include at least one senior leader from the organization, as well as the person(s) responsible for implementation decisions.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

Fees, materials, and other costs for the trainings are covered by local sponsoring entities.

Application process

Upcoming training dates and the application process for each are listed on the program website.

Each local training application has its own deadline.

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Children and youth ยท Suicide and suicide prevention

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