Question: Jack Is A 47-year-old Caucasian Male. He Has A History Of Major Depressive Disorder Without Psychosis Beginning In His Early 20s That Has Been Controlled With Various Antidepressants. He And His Wife Separated Two Months Ago. Last Week He Lost His Job After Repeatedly Arriving Late. He Currently Resides In A Hotel And Is Out Of Contact With His Friends …

Question: Jack Is A 47-year-old Caucasian Male. He Has A History Of Major Depressive Disorder Without Psychosis Beginning In His Early 20s That Has Been Controlled With Various Antidepressants. He And His Wife Separated Two Months Ago. Last Week He Lost His Job After Repeatedly Arriving Late. He Currently Resides In A Hotel And Is Out Of Contact With His Friends …

Jack is a 47-year-old Caucasian male. He has a history of majordepressive disorder without psychosis beginning in his early 20sthat has been controlled with various antidepressants. He and hiswife separated two months ago. Last week he lost his job afterrepeatedly arriving late. He currently resides in a hotel and isout of contact with his friends and family. Earlier in the evening,his wife called the police after receiving a text message from Jackwhere he said he wanted to kill himself. The police brought Jack tothe emergency room stating that they found him in his hotel roomwith a gun and bottle of vodka. Jack appears disheveled, depressed,and withdrawn. He tells you his life is not worth living and hewants to end his life. He does express some desire to seektreatment but fears his situation is hopeless. Utilizing theColumbia Suicide Severity Risk Scale Jack would be deemed at whatrisk level?