The faculty members associated with the CSSPI are involved with research focused on developing and adapting interventions for different populations of suicidal individuals. The CSSPI is not associated with a specific clinic, but clinical services are available through the Duke Child and Family Study Center. Services are available for children, adolescents, young adults, and families seeking evidence-based assessment, diagnosis, and treatment services for a range of psychological or adjustment difficulties, including suicide-related thoughts and behaviors and self-harm. For more information, please contact the Referral Coordinator at 919-385-3232.
In the cases of an emergency, please call 911 or go the nearest Emergency Department.