Suicide Prevention Action Plan Committee (SPAPC)
Working Together to End Suicide
The San Diego County Suicide Prevention Council (SPC) is a
collaborative community-wide effort focused on realizing a vision
of zero suicides in San Diego County. Our
mission is to prevent
suicide and its devastating consequences in San Diego
On April 1, 2010, the County of San Diego awarded CHIP
a contract to form an interagency Suicide
Prevention Council (SPC) to create and introduce a Mental
Suicide Prevention Action Plan for San Diego County. With
continued support from the County of San Diego, the SPC provides
oversight, guidance, and collective support to implement the
recommendations of the Suicide Prevention Action Plan.
This website will provide you with ongoing information
On behalf of the SPC, we invite you to join us in our efforts to
reduce suicide in San Diego County.
The Suicide Prevention Council meets on the
fourth Tuesday of every month from 10:00 - 11:30 am. For location
email Lora Cayanan at email@example.com.
- Beth Sise, Director, Prevention, Research and Physician
Education, Scripps Mercy Hospital Trauma Service, Co-Chair
- Carol Skiljan, Executive Director, Yellow Ribbon Suicide
Prevention Program, Co-Chair
CHIP Staff Contact:
Should you have any questions, please contact Lora Cayanan at
If you need help and resources for suicide now contact the San
Diego Access and Crisis
Free suicide prevention/intervention hotline in San Diego
County. Trained professionals provide mental health crisis
intervention, as well as information and referrals to mental health
services. Can't call? They offer CHAT services Monday through
Friday from 4PM to 10PM. Click on the LIVE CHAT to access help.