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SAFE-T Pocket Card: Suicide Assessment Five-Step Evaluation and Triage for Clinicians

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Suicide Safe mobile app based on the SAFE-T is available on the app stores now!
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This resource gives a brief overview on conducting a suicide assessment using a five-step evaluation and triage plan. The five-step plan involves identifying risk factors and protective factors, conducting a suicide inquiry, determining risk level and interventions, and documenting a treatment plan. Download SAMHSA's Suicide Safe mobile app on your mobile device.

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SMA09-4432
Publication Date
September 2009

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