2010 State and Tribal Suicide Prevention Meeting

Event Type:  Annual Grantee Meeting
Date:  Monday, March 15, 2010 - 7:00am to Thursday, March 18, 2010 - 11:00am (America/New_York)

AGENDA for 2010 GLS Suicide Prevention Grantee Meeting

Note: Some presentations are not included due to outdated content

Plenary: Building Protective Factors and Connectedness

Presenter(s): 
Richard McKeon, Ph.D., SAMHSA
Alex Crosby, M.D., Division of Violence Prevention, CDC

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Crisis Response and Postvention

Presenter(s): 
Amy Cozad, Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma
Jeremiah Simmons, Mescalero Apache School

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Integration and Collaboration Across Community Projects

Presenter(s): 
Cecilia Spotted Tail, Rosebud Sioux Tribe
Denise Middlebrook, Native Aspirations

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Using Community Input and Formative Research to Develop a Culturally Appropriate Media Campaign

Presenter(s):
Barbara Benavente, Guam
Christine Camacho, Guam

Peer Approaches for School-Based and Community-Wide Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s): 
Mark LoMurray

Methods for Training Primary Care Providers in Youth Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s): 
Matthew Wintersteen, Pennsylvania
Peggy West, SPRC

Working with Higher-Risk Populations: Youth in Foster Care and Survivors of Suicide Attempts

Presenter(s): 
Jennifer Lockman, Tennessee
Donna Noonan, Oregon
Lisa Wexler, Maniilaq Association

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Building Gatekeeper Capacity and Keeping Gatekeeper Trainers Motivated

Presenter(s): 
Donna Soileau, South Carolina
Joy Jay, South Carolina

Implementing Mental Health Screenings in Rural Southeast Iowa: Challenges and Opportunities

Presenter(s): 
Steve Presley, Iowa

Mental Health Screenings and Service Delivery to Urban Middle School Youth

Presenter(s): 
Amy James, Connecticut
Andrea Duarte, Connecticut

Innovative Strategies for Gatekeeper Training Data Collection and Management

Presenter(s): 
Nancy Marker, Hawaii
Judy Strait-Jones, Hawaii

Diversity and Cultural Challenges in Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s): 
Steven Sternlof, Oklahoma

Program Evaluation Strategies for Addressing Systemic Gatekeeper Helping in Juvenile Justice Settings

Presenter(s): 
Jennifer Lockman, Tennessee

Plenary: Lessons Learned from Indian Country

Presenter(s): 
Denise Middlebrook, Ph.D., Kauffman and Associates
Pat Serna, North Central Community-Based Services

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An Evaluation of the SOS Universal School-Based Suicide Prevention Program: A Pretest, Posttest Design

Presenter(s):
Amy James, Connecticut
Andrea Duarte, Connecticut

The Strategic Importance of Partnering To Prevent Suicide With Latino/a Youth: An Indiana Case Study

Presenter(s):
Gilberto Perez, Indiana
Colleen Carpenter, Indiana

Developing Youth Leadership in Native Communities

Presenter(s):
Bridie Trainor, Kawerak
Jodi Barnett, Kawerak

Three Gatekeeper Trainings: Six-Month Effects on Suicide Prevention Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behavior

Presenter(s):
Daniel Coleman, Oregon
Del Quest, Oregon

Compassion Satisfaction and Compassion Fatigue Among Suicide Prevention Practitioners

Presenter(s):
Beth Hudnall Stamm, Idaho

Media Campaign Strategies and Evaluation Using Lifeline Data

Presenter(s):
Trina Evans Williams, Louisiana
Lynne Woodward Jenner, Louisiana

Equine-Assisted Learning: Building Resilience in Youth

Presenter(s):
Mary Sims Gerdes, Gila River Indian Community
Andy Miritello, Gila River Indian Community

Overcoming Social and Cultural Barriers to Lethal Means Restriction

Presenter(s):
Elaine de Mello, New Hampshire

Digital Story-Telling: Empowering Community Healing and Strength

Presenter(s):
Lisa Schrader-Dillon, Oglala Sioux Tribe
Tony Walking, Oglala Sioux Tribe

Sustainability of Suicide Prevention Efforts: Perspectives from State Grantees

Presenter(s):
Colleen Carpenter, Indiana
Taylor Moore, Colorado
Lygia Williams, Tennessee
Trina Evans Williams, Louisiana

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Suicide Prevention in the Juvenile Justice System in Utah

Presenter(s):
Michelle Moskos, Utah

Adapting School-Based Programs for Sustainability

Presenter(s):
Julie Goldstein-Grumet, Washington, DC
Peter Wyman, Georgia
Richard McKeon, SAMHSA

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Understanding Military Culture and Strategies for Engaging National Guard and Reserves in Suicide Prevention Efforts

Presenter(s):
Ken Norton, New Hampshire
Donna Noonan, Oregon

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Findings From the New Mexico Natural Helpers Program

Presenter(s):
Curt Mearns, New Mexico

Strategies for Promoting the Lifeline in Native Communities

Presenter(s):
Don Wetzel, Jr., National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Lee Judy, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The Utility of Using Multiple Data Sources for Suicide Prevention Evaluation

Presenter(s):
Joseph Riddick, Maine
Mary Madden, Maine
Erika Lichter, Maine
Diane Haley, Maine

Reducing Risk and Promoting Healing After a Suicide Death

Presenter(s):
Ken Norton, New Hampshire

Using SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) for Suicide Prevention Planning

Presenter(s):
James Gallanos, Alaska
Lillian Alexie, Alaska
Keith Hotle, Wyoming
Trena T. Anastasia, Wyoming

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Web-Based Behavioral Health Screen (BHS) for Adolescents and Young Adults: An Innovative Suicide Prevention Tool

Presenter(s):
Matthew Wintersteen, Pennsylvania
Alana O'Malley, Pennsylvania

Evaluation: Translating the Results into Something Practical

Presenter(s): 
Lisa Wexler, University of Massachusetts Amherst & Maniilaq Association

Populations:  Young Adults Ages 18 to 25 Years, Youth, American Indians and Alaska Natives, Hispanics and Latinos, Military Service Members and Veterans, Attempt Survivors and People with Lived Experience, People in Particular Occupations
Settings:  American Indian/Alaska Native Settings, Schools, Primary Care, Crisis Centers/Services, Communities, Family Members and Caregivers, Rural Areas, Urban Areas, Workplaces, Justice System, Juvenile Justice System, Foster Care
About Suicide:  Data and Statistics, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Risk and Protective Factors
Planning and Implementing:  Finding and Using Data, Program Evaluation, Culturally Based Practices, Sustainability, Cultural Competence, Partnerships and Coalitions, New and Social Media, Communications and Outreach, Promoting Mental Health
Strategies:  Gatekeeper Training, Screening and Assessment, Effective Care/Treatment, Postvention, Reduce Access to Means, Life Skills and Resilience, Connectedness