collection (Request for a new OMB Control Number)
36 Months From Approved
Marine and Reserve Affairs, Marine and
Family Programs is evaluating its Suicide Prevention Capability.
One component of this effort involves gathering information from
various stakeholders who contribute directly or indirectly to
suicide prevention efforts in the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC).
Stakeholders will be asked about priorities in suicide prevention,
job duties related to suicide prevention, communication with other
stakeholders, and perceived successes and perceived barriers in
suicide prevention. The USMC Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Survey
will provide information vital for continuous process improvement.
Information collected from this effort will be used to support
Marines experiencing critical stressors, identify gaps in the
suicide prevention system, and identify best practices and
collaboration efforts between suicide prevention