This was the second meeting of CSN's Youth Suicide Prevention Community of Practice (CoP). Philip Rodgers described the Best Practices Registry for Suicide Prevention (BPR), distinguished evidence-based programs from other types of best practices, and provided examples of promising practices in youth suicide prevention. Lygia Williams discussed how Tennessee Lives Count (TLC) has used the Best Practices Registry for Suicide Prevention. She also described the process of working with project partners/collaborators to select best practices for youth suicide prevention. The meeting was moderated by Erica Streit-Kaplan, CSN Technical Assistance Specialist and featured state reports of their work in suicide prevention.