NSSP

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AcronymDefinition
NSSPNational Shellfish Sanitation Program
NSSPNational Strategy for Suicide Prevention
NSSPNext Steps in Strategic Partnership (US-India bilateral diplomacy initative)
NSSPNava Sama Samaja Party
NSSPNational Security Studies Program
NSSPNational Student Safety Program
NSSPNational Survey of Seismic Protection
NSSPNippon Steel & Sumikin Pipe (Japan)
NSSPNational Science Scholars Program (US Department of Education)
NSSPNon-Standard Special Provisions
NSSPNetwork Service Support Point
NSSPNavy Secondary Stock Point
NSSPNavy Standard Signal Processor
NSSPNon-Susceptible Streptococcus Pneumoniae
NSSPNaval Support System Philadelphia
NSSPNormal Size, Shape, and Position (medical)
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Risk and protective factors are listed on pages 35-36 of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention.
The 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention has 13 goals and 60 objectives for reducing suicide over the next 10 years.
The first National Strategy for Suicide Prevention was launched in 2001 by then Surgeon General Dr.
The National Strategy for Suicide Prevention stated that "to make suicide prevention efforts more effective and to leverage resources, suicide prevention must be integrated into programs and activities that already exist." (6)
It is widely reported that suicide is preventable--indeed, this is addressed in Goal 1 of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention (NSSP).
The report proposed a national strategy for suicide prevention that would guide local, state, and federal efforts to reduce suicide rates.
Suicide Prevention: Maintains funding at $11 million for the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention program with an additional set-aside of $2 million at Senator Murkowskis request for American Indians/Alaska Native populations.
The toolkit was released just days after the Action Alliance outlined its national strategy for suicide prevention.
The agenda also proposes working to reduce the number of suicides through implementation of the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention and helping states formulate and implement comprehensive state mental health plans that would be able to create individualized plans of care.
"You can't just have a one-size-fits-all policy or strategy that works for absolutely everybody, and I think that the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention takes that into account.
The National Strategy for Suicide Prevention encourages a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention that includes activities for enhancing social support, problem-solving skills, and other protective factors to prevent suicidal behavior; increasing training in recognizing risk factors and making appropriate referrals; expanding access to social services; reducing stigma and other barriers to seeking help; and providing responsible media reporting to reduce contagion and to enhance awareness that suicide is preventable (10).
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