Project

Evaluation of Missouri Youth Suicide Prevention

Evaluation of Missouri Youth Suicide Prevention

Principal Investigator: Sale, Elizabeth W.
October 1, 2016 - September 30, 2021
Funder: Missouri Department of Mental Health
Official Title: Evaluation of Missouri Youth Suicide Prevention Program

MIMH is evaluating the effectiveness of the Missouri Youth Suicide Prevention Project (MYSPP) in Kansas City, Missouri.  MYSPP provides immediate, in-person mental health follow-up care to suicidal youth identified in hospitals, schools and the community.  Youth in Kansas City schools and colleges also received suicide prevention programming.  The MYSPP is funded by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.

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