Statistics

In this section, you will find recent statistics and information regarding suicide from Los Angeles County, the State of California, and the United States.

  • 2016 Los Angeles County Public Health Department Infographic on Suicide Impact

    This infographic gives a visual description of the public health impact of suicide deaths in Los Angeles County. This infographic analyzes data collected from 2013, and lists resources and phone numbers for support.

  • Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

    The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health has a “Partners in Suicide Prevention” program (PSP). This website has facts and research findings about suicide and provides information, research, resources and website links to provide you with current information on statewide efforts in suicide prevention.

  • Los Angeles County Department of Public Health EpiCenter

    The California Department of Public Health provides updated data on self-inflicted injuries for California counties. The EpiCenter is a tool that allows you to create data tables to give you information on statistics in Los Angeles County including suicide data.

  • Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) – California News and Information

    The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) is a national resource center supported by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). The purpose of the SPRC is to advance the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention.

  • Centers for Disease Control (CDC) – Violence Prevention

    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) offers information on suicide statistics, trends and patterns in the United States.

  • The National Center for Injury Prevention & Control

    The National Center for Injury Prevention & Control released a new Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System Fatal Injury Mapping Module. This tool allows users to create customized, color-coded maps that show injury-related death rates throughout the U. S.