Duke Suicide Prevention (CSSPI)

The Duke Center for the Study of Suicide Prevention and Intervention (CSSPI) represents a collaborative effort among several clinical research scientists at the Duke Child and Family Study Center to advance our understanding of the risk for suicidal behaviors, and to reduce suicide attempts and suicide deaths. The CSSPI has three key missions related to (1) scientifically sound and innovative research; (2) the study of evidence-based prevention and intervention; and (3) education. The CSSPI partners with local, state, and national community organizations and foundations, as well as academic institutions. Specifically, the faculty members affiliated with the CSSPI maintain active collaborations with several groups, including:

Support

The Duke Center for the Study of Suicide Prevention and Intervention is tremendously grateful for the funders and partners who make our work possible. If you would like to speak to someone directly about supporting our Center, please email David Goldston, Ph.D., at david.goldston@duke.edu, or call (919) 668-0074.

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