On the basis of the combined total of 31 suicides for the 11-year observation period, the rate of suicide among our patients was 97 per 100,000 (N=13) for the two baseline years (the average rate for 1999 and 2000). This rate is similar to that reported for a clinical population (4). For the start-up year (2001), the rate of suicide was 41 per 100,000 (N=3). For the follow-up interval (the average for 2002–2009), the rate was 19 per 100,000 (N=15). Poisson regression analysis showed a statistically significant decrease of 82% in the suicide death rate between the baseline (1999–2000) and intervention (2002–2009) years (rate ratio=.20; 95% confidence interval=.16–.24, p≤.001).