Preventing Youth Suicide National Collaborative

Preventing Youth Suicide National Collaborative

The collaborative is part of Children Hospital Association's ongoing work to address the youth mental health crisis.

The Preventing Youth Suicide: A Cardinal Health Foundation National Collaborative is the first of its kind with the intent to develop a pediatric data-driven approach to improve the identification and care of children at risk for suicide.

Children's Hospital Association (CHA) has partnered with Cardinal Health Foundation and the Zero Suicide Institute to award grants to children's hospitals and health systems as part of this collaborative.

The grants will provide support for these recipients to implement a framework developed by the Zero Suicide Institute and commit to a system-wide transformation to better care for children at risk of suicide.

Grant recipients:

This collaborative is part of CHA's ongoing work to address the youth mental health crisis. As part of that effort, CHA also launched the Sound the Alarm for Kids initiative to support legislation and increase funding to address the crisis.


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