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Screenings and Assessments
Virtual Hope Box (Android, iOS)
The Virtual Hope Box (VHB) designed for use by clients and their behavioral health providers as an accessory to treatment. The VHB contains simple tools to help clients with coping, relaxation, distraction, and positive thinking. Clients and providers can work together to personalize the VHB content on the client’s own smartphone according to the client’s specific needs.
notOK (Android, iOS)
The notOK is an app that contains a large red button that, when tapped, alerts close trusted contacts that the user is in urgent need of help. An alert is sent to pre-selected friends, family members, and supporters with a GPS location and a message letting them know that the user needs them to reach out.
Suicide Safe (Android, iOS)
Created by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) primarily for health care providers, it gives users the tools to learn how to work alongside those who might be struggling with suicide ideation. The app also contains lists for facility location services and available resources.
Suicide Safety Plan (Android, iOS)
Suicide Safety Plan is a safety plan app that allows users to have their plan right in the palm of their hand. The app allows clients to program important information, including personal warning signs, coping strategies, contacts, and more. It additionally allows clients to easily contact help and provides them with educational resources.
“A Friend Asks” (Android, iOS)
A FREE app that helps provide the information, tools and resources to help a friend (or yourself) who may be struggling with thoughts of suicide. Education is the key to prevention and with information like this as close as your smartphone; you could help save a life!
The Office of Suicide Prevention has funding to provide CAMS training to Colorado mental health professionals. If you are a behavioral health provider interested in participating, sign up to receive more information here.
English Referral Documents
Spanish Referral Documents
SWF Best Practices For Making a Referral – Coming Soon
English Family Handouts
Spanish Family Handouts
Finding a Good Fit With A Provider – Coming Soon
Interviewing A Provider – Coming Soon
Therapy and Privacy – Coming Soon
Understanding Insurance for Guardians and Caregivers – Coming Soon
Understanding Mental Health Credentials – Coming Soon
What Are These Documents? – Coming Soon
What Is A Therapist? (Elementary Age) – Coming Soon
What Is A Therapist? (High School Age) – Coming Soon
August 2021 QRS Newsletter
September 2021 QRS Newsletter
October 2021 QRS Newsletter
November 2021 QRS Newsletter
December 2021 QRS Newsletter
National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention: COVID Guidance: Screening for Suicide Risk during Telehealth Visits
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control: Preventing Suicide: A Technical Package of Policy, Programs and Practices
National Institute of Mental Health: 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention: GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR ACTION
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