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Does anyone have a suicide risk assessment form that is used at your facility, whether your facility is a correctional center, shelter, medical clinic etc? We need to implement something like this for our 3 homeless shelters.
I am in a correctional setting and we have 2 types of forms. One is simple that the officers do and the other one is more detailed that is done by the medical staff. I would be willing to fax them to you if you can give me your email address if you are still looking for something.
Could you send my office copies too. at email@example.com
Undersheriff G. Joiner
Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office
could you send them to mee too?
I would like a copy of each...thanks
please also send a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org thank you very much
Hi all, I might be a little late to this question, but I found this form online (along with the instructions) from the Colorado Division of Youth Corrections. It's geared toward juveniles, but maybe is useful for some of you.
Extended Suicide Risk Assessment Form: http://www.colorado.gov/cdhsdyc/P-15-2_E.pdf
EXTENDED SUICIDE RISK ASSESSMENT FORM INSTRUCTION MANUAL: http://www.colorado.gov/cdhsdyc/P-15-2_F.pdf
I would also be interested in receiving them. So would many of our physicians at the <a href="http://www.aclscertification.com/aclsrecertification.php">acls recertification online</a> training center at the UNC Chapel Hill campus. Thanks for anything you can provide.
http://www.aclscertification.com/ physican and instructor
Please do send a reply if you could. All my fellow doctors at <a href="http://www.aclscertification.com">ACLS Certification Institute</a> would be interested as well.
Actually it is must, if any one is there who can explain about the psychological state in the correctional center, then it will be nice to me. Because the suicide cases are directly dependent on the mental state of the person.