2016 Garrett Lee Smith and National Strategy for Suicide Prevention Grantee Meeting

Event Type:  Annual Grantee Meeting
Date:  Monday, May 2, 2016 - 6:30am to Wednesday, May 4, 2016 - 4:00pm (America/New_York)

AGENDA for 2016 GLS Suicide Prevention Grantee Meeting

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Note: Some presentations are not included due to outdated content.

State/NSSP Plenary: State Examples of Lifespan Approaches Through GLS & NSSP

Presenter(s):
Sigrid Pechenik, New York
Morenike Murphy, Tennessee
Savannah Kalman, Oklahoma
Jacqueline Nielsen, New Mexico

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View Jacqueline Nielsen presentation

State/NSSP Plenary: Comprehensive Services State-wide and Next Steps

Presenter(s):
Mike Hogan, Hogan Health Solutions, LLC

Campus Plenary: Suicide Safer Care: Developing Comprehensive Care on Campus

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Campus Breakout: Postvention is Prevention: A Community-Level Response to a Crisis Situation

Presenter(s):
Jenna Scott, The Jed Foundation
Philip Meilman- Georgetown University
Jennifer Muehlenkamp- University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

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Campus Breakout: Weaving a Safety Net: Care Transitions

Presenter(s):
Luis Manzo, St. Johns
Kelly Tipton, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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Campus Breakout: Building Lasting Programs and Partnerships for Sustainability

Presenter(s):
Sulma Gandhi, University of Hawaii - Hilo
Linda Wolszon - Texas Christian University
Ryan Adams - George Mason University

Campus Breakout: Using National Outcomes and Local Evaluation Data to Strengthen Prevention Efforts and Gain Administrative Support

Presenter(s):
Sharon Fritz, University of Idaho
Bonnie Lipton, SPRC
Michael Nadorff, Mississippi State University
Christine Walrath, ICF

Campus Breakout: Extending Our Reach: Inclusive outreach to multicultural student population

Presenter(s):
Kathy Zakarian, Penn College of Technology
Sean Moundas, University of New Hampshire
Rani George, Albany State University

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Campus Breakout: Upstream Prevention: Models for Improving Wellness and Resilience Skills

Presenter(s)
Jessica Gifford, Amherst College
Lauren Davis, University of Washington

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Campus Breakout: Developing Partnerships with AOD, Interpersonal Violence Prevention and Other Safety/Wellness Initiatives

Presenter(s):
Mark Green, Wichita State University
Ann Ciaraldi, University of Massachusetts - Lowell
Heidi Zinzow and Martie Thompson, Clemson University

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State Plenary: Care Transitions Using Crisis Centers

Presenter(s):
Shari Sinwelski, Lifeline
Gib Sudbeck, South Dakota
Janet Kittams-Lalley, South Dakota

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Tribal Plenary: Zero Suicide in Indian Country

Presenter(s):
Julie Goldstein-Grumet, SPRC
Petrice Post, SPRC
Pamela End of Horn, IHS  Headquarters
Sean Bennett, IHS Headquarters
Brenda Manthei, Native Americans for Community Action, Inc.
Colbie Caughlan, NW Portland Area Indian Health Board
Mike Hogan, Hogan Health Solutions, LLC
Richard McKeon, SAMHSA

Plenary: Setting the Stage: Advancing Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s):
Richard McKeon, SAMHSA

Behavioral Health Technology Innovations

Presenter(s):
Dan Reidenberg, SAVE
Jennifer Armstrong, Tennessee
Rachael McNamara, College of Charleston,
Stephanie Craig Rushing, NW Portland Tribal Epidemiology Center
Shari Sinwelski, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

 

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Tribal Breakout: Indian Health Service Information Technology: Suicide Data Documentation and Reporting in RPMS

Presenter(s):
Wendy Wisdom, IHS

State/Tribal Breakout: Youth Appropriate Models in Mobile Crisis

Presenter(s):
Mary Jo Whitfield, Behavioral Health Jewish Family & Children's service
Harvey Doppelt, Delware

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State/Tribal Breakout: Care Transitions from Emergency Departments

Presenter(s):
Lisa Capoccia, SPRC
Donna Noonan, Oregon
Sigrid Reinert, Washington
Brandon Johnson, Maryland
James Wright, SAMHSA

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State Breakout: Planning for Success: How to Effectively Modify Grant Planning Based on Barriers, Changes in State Climate, and New Data

Presenter(s):
James Wright, SAMHSA
Smita Varia, SPRC
Jane Carmona, ICF

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Tribal Breakout: Tribal Evaluation Community of Learning

Presenter(s):
Bert Thomas, Muscogee Creek Nation
Bill Freeman, Northwest Indian College
Doreen Bird, SPRC
Panganga Pungowiyi and Alex Edwards, Kawerak, Inc.
Spero Manson, Fairbanks Native Association

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State/Tribal Breakout: Grants Management 411

Presenter(s):
Maria Martinez, SAMHSA

State/Tribal Breakout: System-level Data and Surveillance in Juvenile Justice and Foster Care

Presenter(s):
Teri Covington, National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention
Elly Stout, SPRC

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Plenary: Building Alliances with Campuses: Oh, the Places You'll Go!

Presenters(s):
Richard McKeon, SAMHSA
Matt Wintersteen, Pennsylvania
Deborah Altschul, University of New Mexico
Esther Tenorio, San Felipe Pueblo

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Suicide Clusters: What We Know, What We Don't Know, and Successes from the Field

Presenter(s):
Madelyn Gould, Columbia University
Jerome "Brooks" Big John, Lac du Flambeau Band of lake Superior Chippewa Indians
Nitumigaabow"Ryan" Champagne, Grand River Anishinaabeg Community
Mary Ann Panarelli, Fairfax County Public Schools

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The Different Faces of Crisis Systems & Services

Presenter(s):
David Covington, RI International
John Draper, Link2Health Solutions
Mike Hogan, Hogan Health Solutions, LLC

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State Breakout: Inpatient Care Transitions

Presenter(s):
Smita Varia, SPRC
Kim Walton, CHNw Indiana
Elaine deMello, NAMI New Hampshire
George Tremblay, Antioch University

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View Elaine deMello and George Tremblay presentation

Tribal Breakout: Care Transitions and Surveillance in Tribal Communities

Presenter(s):
Mary Cwik, Johns Hopkins University
Krissy Broncho, Shoshone Bannock Tribes
Becky Greear, Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center

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Tribal Breakout: Silos to Circles: Building Sustainable Approaches in Tribal Communities

Presenter(s):
Jerome "Brooks" Big John, Lac du Flambeau Band of lake Superior Chippewa Indians
Nitumigaabow"Ryan" Champagne, Grand River Anishinaabeg Community
Nickole Fox, American Indian health and Family Services

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State/Tribal Breakout: Utilizing National Evaluation Data to Benefit Your Program

Presenter(s):
Hailey Reid, ICF
Jeff Hill, Rhode Island
Tamara Perkins, Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center and NW Portland Area Indian Health Board
Barri Faucett, West Virginia

State/Tribal Breakout: Surveillance of Suicide Attempts

Presenter(s):
Pat Smith, Michigan
Chelsea Booth, SAMHSA

Populations:  Young Adults Ages 18 to 25 Years, Youth, American Indians and Alaska Natives
Settings:  American Indian/Alaska Native Settings, Schools, Health Care, Behavioral Health Care, Crisis Centers/Services, Colleges and Universities, Rural Areas, Juvenile Justice System, Foster Care
About Suicide:  Data and Statistics, Substance Abuse, Suicidal Thoughts and Behavior, Attempts
Planning and Implementing:  Overview of Suicide Prevention, Finding and Using Data, Program Evaluation, Culturally Based Practices, Sustainability, Cultural Competence, Partnerships and Coalitions, New and Social Media, Strategic Planning, Promoting Mental Health
Strategies:  Identify and Assist, Screening and Assessment, Increase Help-Seeking, Effective Care/Treatment, Health Systems Change, Care Transitions/Linkages, Postvention, Connectedness