Advancing Suicide Prevention is a new and provocative publication in the health policy/social services arena. This bimonthly magazine presents issues, trends and state-of-the-science on suicide prevention from diverse perspectives and for diverse audiences.

As a strategic communications vehicle, this magazine was inspired by and supports recent federal initiatives in the prevention arena. These include the 2001 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention; 2002 "Reducing Suicide: A National Imperative" from the Institute of Medicine; and 2003 President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health final report, "Achieving the Promise: Transforming Mental Health Care in America."

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ASP Readership

Over 20,000 leaders, advocates and decision makers look forward to receiving Advancing Suicide Prevention. They include:

· Healthcare professionals
· Social and human services
· Policy makers
· Educators
· Academic researchers
· Legal, law enforcement
· Crisis interventionists
· Insurance and risk specialists
· Pastoral counselors
· Survivors of suicide

What People Are Saying About ASP....

"Our members, especially those involved in school-wide prevention and therapy programs, will really benefit from this information."

-- Susan Gorin, CAE, Executive Director, National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)

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