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American Indian/Alaska Native National Suicide Prevention Strategic Plan 2011-2015

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Indian Health Service Division of Behavioral Health Office of Clinical and Preventive Services Country Resources Suicide Prevention United States 31 December 2011 Guidelines depression, Indigenous peoples, prevention, severe mental illness

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This strategic plan is a national initiative to address suicide prevention based on fostering
collaborations across the entire Indian Health System, including Tribes, Tribal organizations, Urban Indian organizations, and other key community resources. These assets, along with academic disciplines with expertise on this problem, will provide us with the tools we need to adapt the shared wisdom of these perspectives, consolidate our experience, and target our efforts toward meeting the changing needs of our population.


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