Free Primary Care Training in Youth Suicide Prevention

Through the Pathway to Suicide Prevention program, PCMH offers training and consultation to help practices implement a youth suicide prevention care pathway and deliver suicide-safer care.


For a young person at risk for suicide, a primary care visit may be the best chance to get help. PCMH offers free training and consultation to help clinics implement a youth suicide prevention care pathway, rooted in the Zero Suicide framework. Participating providers learn what to do when a patient expresses thoughts of suicide and how to keep them safe until they receive the appropriate ongoing support.  

All clinics can receive:

Note: Program components can be tailored to meet clinic needs.

Two one-hour trainings on the care pathway

Pre- and post-training consultation

Ongoing practice support and coaching,
quality improvement support and data analysis

MOC4 (pediatricians) or PI-MOC/CME
(FP/NP/PA) for participants

Ready to take your clinic to the next level?

To learn more or get involved, submit your clinic information through the form below.


Interested in learning more about the suicide screening tool we recommend? Have questions about the program? Click through our FAQs and Suicide Screening Tools Comparison to learn more.

Frequently asked questions

Review FAQs to find out more about the program, the care pathway, the screening tool, and implementation.

Screening tool comparison

Compare common adolescent suicide screening tools for use in primary care, including the aSQ tool.


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Our aim is to equip Colorado providers with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to effectively identify and intervene with youth experiencing thoughts of suicide. Please send us an email to learn more and get involved.
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