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New York State Infrastructure for Suicide Prevention

New York State The Office of Mental Health Country Resources Suicide Prevention New York 31 December 2008 Guidelines early intervention, prevention, severe mental illness

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The basic principles established in the development of the Air Force model can be
transferred and utilized in the development of a Statewide Infrastructure for Suicide
Prevention. These principles are: changing social norms; educating community
members; improving surveillance; critical incident stress management; integrated
delivery system for human services.

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