Project

Safer Homes Collaboration

Safer Homes Collaboration

Principal Investigator: Sale, Elizabeth W.
May 1, 2018 - December 31, 2021
Funder: Missouri Foundation for Health
Official Title: Safer Homes Collaboration

The Safer Homes Collaborative is a suicide prevention education program for owners and staff at gun shops, shooting ranges, and similar organizations that interact with gun owners in Missouri. The project reaches individuals in the gun community who are at risk of suicide and provides training that enables staff to recognize when an individual is at risk and supplies them the resources needed to keep them safe. Additionally, CALM (Counseling on Access to Lethal Means) trainings are offered to gun owners statewide.

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