Suicide Prevention Resource Center
Best Practices Registry for Suicide Prevention
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC), established in 2002, promotes the implementation of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention and enhances the nation’s mental health infrastructure by providing states, government agencies, private organizations, colleges and universities, and suicide survivor and mental health consumer groups with access to the science and experience that can support their efforts to develop programs, implement interventions, and promote policies to prevent suicide.
The Registry of Evidence-Based Practices in Suicide Prevention Programs is a collaboration between the SPRC and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. This joint effort aims to identify and classify effective suicide prevention programs through a structured, multi-disciplinary review process. SPRC works with states and organizations to identify appropriate groups to include in the registry, and TeenScreen is proud to be one of the programs therein.