You Can Save a Life.
The first step is to ask. We used research and real-world experience to determine the right questions to ask to identify people of all ages at risk for suicide. The C-SSRS is designed for use around the world for research, communities and healthcare, and families, friends, and neighbors.Learn About the C-SSRS
A Proven Impact
- Kevin Hines, suicide attempt survivor, says “Most people considering suicide want someone to save them. What we need is a culture in which no one is afraid to ask. What we needed were the questions people could use to help save us. That’s why the pioneering change the C-SSRS is enabling is so essential to humanity.”
- Memo from Undersecretary of Defense regarding need for community public health approach to suicide prevention with the C-SSRS
- C-SSRS Helping to Reduce Suicide in the State of Utah, the US Marines and in Primary Care