AMHC and Crisis & Counseling Centers (C&C), Maine's contracted National Suicide Prevention Lifeline center providers, have agreed to work collaboratively to deliver "The Maine Project" to serve the purpose of the SAMHSA Crisis Center Follow Up program which is to promote systematic follow up of suicidal persons who call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and the Maine HELPLine (HELPLine). The primary goal of the Maine project is to coordinate and enhance crisis follow up services conducted by AMHC and C&C in a manner that integrates the NSPL standards, improving both access and utilization of after-care support for suicidal people who contact our agencies. The Maine Project will specifically focus on Lifeline and HELPLine callers from three targeted intervention areas, greater Augusta, Caribou and Ellsworth, and those individuals who seek crisis services at the local hospital emergency departments in those cities, Maine General Medical Center (Augusta), Cary Medical Center (Caribou) and Maine Coast Memorial Hospital (Ellsworth). Callers screened as high risk, or moderate to high risk and who chose not to engage in a higher level of care will also be eligible. Callers identified at Imminent Risk will be eligible for participation in this program once all immediate interventions have occurred. Given the nature of the problem in relation to the demographic profile for the projected service area, the "The Maine Project" will be open to Lifeline/HELPLine callers and the sub-populations of focus will be youth, age 12-18, young adults, aged 19-24, and middle aged adult males. Over the lifetime of the project, up to 1,512 individuals will be served.