The state of state, territorial, and tribal suicide prevention: Findings from reviews of suicide prevention plans
Carmichael, A., Kennedy, K.S., Kokubun, C.W., Brown, M.M., Welder, L.E., & Stone, D.M.
Suicide has no single cause. Reducing suicide requires a comprehensive approach that starts with data to understand the extent of the problem, who is impacted, and what increases or decreases risk. Additionally, this comprehensive approach includes implementing and evaluating multiple prevention strategies with the best available evidence.