The University of Michigan partners with residents from Upper Peninsula county to create a new educational program around firearm safety.

The Store Safely program, led by U-M clinical psychologist Dr. Cynthia Ewell Foster, brings together various groups from across Marquette County – from public health practitioners, local business owners and law enforcement officials to suicide prevention specialists, veteran navigators and K-12 personnel – so they can tailor firearm safety strategies for families living in rural communities. Store Safely is a four-step online program based at the University of Michigan that firearm owners can complete at their own pace, with an overall goal to prevent firearm injuries and death.

Read more about the research in an article from U-M Research.