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The Maine CDC is currently collaborating with the federal CDC and nine other states on a syndromic surveillance program for non-fatal suicidal events. Syndromic surveillance involves tracking Maine emergency department visits where suicidal behavior was a relevant factor. We are collecting real-time data from all 33 of the state’s non-VA hospitals. The data include information about suicide attempts, suicidal ideation, and intentional overdoses. The goal of syndromic surveillance is to monitor and detect changes in the frequency of suicidal ideation and attempts to guide preventive measures that reduce or eliminate suicide-related morbidity and mortality.
Using syndromic surveillance data, we created monthly reports for each county in Maine. These reports provide statistics on suicide ideation and attempts from the last six months. They will be sent to your email on a monthly basis. An example report was attached to the email with the survey link. If you are interested in receiving any of these reports, please respond to this survey and we will add you to our distribution list. 

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* What county reports would you like to receive?
You can select as many counties as you like, but you will receive separate email reports for each county that you select.

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* What email address would you like the report(s) sent to?

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