2018 Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention Grantee Meeting

Event Type:  Annual Grantee Meeting
Date:  Monday, March 19, 2018 - 7:30am to Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 12:00pm (America/New_York)

2018 Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention Grantee Meeting Resources

Note: We have only included presentations that the presenters agreed to share on this website.

Agenda

Campus Agenda
State and Tribal Agenda
 

Monday, March 19 (Day 1)


Campus Plenary

Presenter(s):
Bonnie Lipton, MPH, Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) | View Presentation - Comprehensive Approach: SPRC
Nance Roy, EdD, The Jed Foundation (JED) | View Presentation - Comprehensive Approach: The Jed Foundation

Tribal Grantee Plenary

Presenter(s):
Don Lyons MSW, Anishinabe Leech Lake Nation /Six Nations Mohawk, SAMHSA Tribal Technical Assistance Center
Maegan Ray, Wailaki/Pomo, SAMHSA Tribal Technical Assistance Center
Lori King, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, SAMHSA Tribal Technical Assistance Center

State Plenary

Presenter(s):
Brian Hepburn, MD, National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) | View Presentation - Trends in Behavioral Health
Brandon Johnson, MHS, SAMHSA
James Wright, LCPC, SAMHSA

Tuesday, March 20 (Day 2)


Campus Plenary

Presenter(s):
Christina Zurla, ICF and Sophia Zanakos, PhD, ICF | View Presentation - How to Make Your Data Tell the (Right) Story

Campus Breakout 1A: Best Practices in Creating Data and Surveillance Systems on Campus and Lessons Learned

Presenter(s):
Bob Lang, LPC, LAC, Colorado Mesa University | View Presentation
Nora Kuiper, MPH, ICF | View Presentation
Bonnie Lipton, MPH, SPRC | View Presentation

Campus Breakout 1B: Creating a Safety Net with On and Off Campus Partners

Presenter(s):
Jonathan Pohl, PhD, Central Connecticut State University | View Presentation
Christine Asidao, PhD, Amanda Byrnes, LMSW, Diana Parrish, LMSW, University of Michigan | View Presentation
Luis G. Manzo, PhD, St. John's University | View Presentation 

Campus Breakout 1C: Creative Management of Substance Use Disorders on College Campuses

Presenter(s):
Michael R. Nadorff, PhD, Mississippi State University | View Presentation
Melinda Moore, PhD, Eastern Kentucky University | View Presentation

Campus Breakout 1D: Community College & Commuter School Roundtable

Facilitator:
Alfred Forrest, MD, JD, FACOG, West Valley College

Campus Breakout 2A: Public Messaging for Suicide Prevention — Why It Matters and How to Do It

Presenter(s):
Frances Gonzalez, Ashley Vactor, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Luis G. Manzo, PhD, St. John's University | View Presentation

Campus Breakout 2B: Community Colleges — Increasing Student Access to Mental Health and Substance Use and Substance Use Disorder Services

Presenter(s):
George Mageles, MA, LMFT, West Valley College | View Presentation
Emma Griffs, MPH, Red Rocks Community College | View Presentation
Tiffiney Lozano, Feather River College | View Presentation 
Dana Nowling, Plumas Rural Services

Campus Breakout 2C: Identify and Assist — Training Methods and Screening to Identify At-Risk Students and the Impact on Connecting Them to Service

Presenter(s):
Nora Kuiper, MPH, ICF | View Presentation
Michael R. Nadorff, PhD, Mississippi State University | View Presentation
Marty Swanbrow Becker, PhD, Florida State University | View Presentation

Campus Breakout 2D: Strategies to Engage High-Risk and Special Populations on Campus

Presenter(s):
Regina Varin-Mignano, LCSW-R, PhD, Matthew Joffe, MA, LaGuardia Community College/CUNY | View Presentation
Cindy Ewell Foster, PhD, University of Michigan | View Presentation

Campus Skill Building

Presenter(s):
Christina Zurla, ICF and Sophia Zanakos, PhD, ICF | View Presentation - How to Make Your Data Tell the (Right) Story, Part 2

Guided Team Planning

Presenter(s):
Irene Cho, EdM, SPRC | View Worksheet
Ashleigh Husbands, MA, SPRC
Bonnie Lipton, MPH, SPRC

State & Tribal Plenary

Presenter(s):
Christine Walrath, PhD, ICF | View Presentation - GLS Program Impact: The Evidence To Date

State & Tribal Breakout 1A: What Every Grantee Ought to Know About Communicating Data

Presenter(s):
Christina Zurla, ICF and Sophia Zanakos, PhD, ICF | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 1B: Developing Crisis Response Protocol in Tribal Communities

Presenter(s):
Thomasine Fife, MHR, LADC, Muscogee (Creek) Nation | View Presentation 
Pamela End of Horn, MSW., LICSW, Indian Health Service
Diane Sekaquaptewa, Yakama Nation Behavioral Healt

State & Tribal Breakout 1C: Developing a Community Postvention Response after a Suicide Death

Presenter(s):
Mary Ann Panarelli, EdD, Fairfax County Public Schools | View Presentation 
Kerri Nickerson, LCSW, MPH, SPRC

State & Tribal Breakout 1D: Reaching Veterans Not in VHA Care

Presenter(s):
James Wright, LCPC, SAMHSA | View Presentation
Keita Franklin, LCSW, PhD, Veterans Health Administration | View Presentation
Caitlin Thompson, PhD, The Cohen Network | View Presentation
Andrea Iger Duarte, MSW, MPH, LCSW | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 1E: Addressing Suicide Prevention in 10-14 Year Olds

Presenter(s):
Holly Wilcox, MA, PhD, Johns Hopkins University | View Presentation
Scott Fritz, Mental Health Association of Monmouth County | View Presentation 

State & Tribal Breakout 1F: Culturally Relevant Suicide Prevention Strategies for AI/ANs in Urban Settings

Presenter(s):
Lauren Lockhart, MSW, American Indian Health and Family Services of Southeastern Michigan | View Presentation
Aurora Mamea, Native American Health Center, Inc. | View Presentation 
Stephanie Craig Rushing, MPH, PhD, Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board | View Presentation 
Sandra Momper, MSW, PhD, University of Michigan
Victoria Ramirez, Native American Health Center, Inc.
Jason Losoya, Native American Health Center, Inc.

State & Tribal Breakout 1G: SAMHSA Grants Management

Presenter(s):
Louis Velasco, MPH, SAMHSA | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 2A: What Every Grantee Ought to Know About Communicating Data

Presenter(s):
Christina Zurla, ICF, Sophia Zanakos, PhD, ICF | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 2B: Planning for Success — How to Effectively Modify Grant Planning Based on Barriers, Changes in State Climate, and New Data

Presenter(s):
James Wright, LCPC, SAMHSA | View Presentation
Ashleigh Husbands, MA, SPRC | View Presentation
Taylor Moore, PhD, ICF | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 2C: Surveillance Session 101

Presenter(s):
Alex Crosby, MD, MPH, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 2D: Coalition Building — Strategies to Engage and Sustain Community, State, and Tribal Suicide Prevention Coalitions

Presenter(s):
Tracey Cordero, MBA, New Mexico Tribal Prevention Project | View Presentation
Kelley Cunningham, MS, Massachusetts Department of Public Health | View Presentation
Adam Swanson, MPP, SPRC

State & Tribal Breakout 2E: Promoting Hope and Healing: Responding to Suicide Deaths in Native Communities

Presenter(s):
Anna Whiting Sorrell, MPA, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Health Department
Brenda Bodnar, RN, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Health Department

State & Tribal Breakout 2F: SAMHSA Grants Management

Presenter(s):
Louis Velasco, MPH, SAMHSA | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 2G: Essentials of State Collaboration

Presenter(s):
Lesa Evers, Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services | View Presentation
Shelby Rowe, MBA, Johnna James, MSNAL, Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services | View Presentation
Sigrid Reinert, MA, MPH, Washington State Department of Health |  View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 3A: Improving Crisis Center Capacity Within Your State and Tribe

Presenter(s):
Christy Malik, MSW, NASMHPD | View Presentation 
James Wright, LCPC, SAMHSA
Shari Sinwelski, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Lifeline)

State & Tribal Breakout 3B: Using Child Death Review Team Data for Prevention Strategies

Presenter(s):
Abby Collier, MS, National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention |  View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 3C: Using National Evaluation Data to Benefit Your Program

Presenter(s):
Taylor Moore, PhD, ICF | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 3D: Surveillance Session 101

Presenter(s):
Alex Crosby, MD, MPH, CDC | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 3E: Shaping System to Transition Youth from Child to Adult Systems

Presenter(s):
Andrea Alexander, SAMHSA |  View Presentation
Eric Ludlow, SAMHSA

State & Tribal Breakout 3F: Zero Suicide and Systems Change in Tribal Health and Behavioral Health Care Settings

Presenter(s):
Kristie Brooks, MS, LPC, Joshua Mabray, CRC, LPC, Choctaw Nation | View Presentation
Cheryl Blie, MA, Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. (NACA) |  View Presentation
Annie Huntington-Kriska and Malena Andary, Southcentral Foundation | View Presentation
Pamela Jumper-Thurman, PhD, Council Oak Training and Evaluation, Inc.

State & Tribal Breakout 3G: Unique Strategies for Successful Suicide Prevention in Tribal Communities 

Presenter(s):
Esther Tenorio, Pueblo San Felipe |  View Presentation
Dale Decoteau, University of Montana/Fort Peck | View Presentation 
Maegan Rides At The Door, LCPC, NCC, University of Montana/Fort Peck
Deborah Altschul, PhD, Pueblo San Felipe/University of New Mexico
Novalene Goklish, MS, White Mountain Apache Tribe/Johns Hopkins University Center for American Indian Health 

State & Tribal Plenary: Townhall Meeting with Dr. McKeon & Dr. Larson

Presenter(s):
Richard McKeon, PhD, SAMHSA
Justine Larson, MD, MPH, MHS, SAMHSA

 

Wednesday, March 21 (Day 3)


Campus Breakout 3A: How to Assess Program Impact

Presenter(s):
Luis G. Manzo, PhD, St. John’s University | View Presentation
Michael Nadorff, PhD, Mississippi State University | View Presentation

Campus Breakout 3B: Means Restriction on Your Campus — How to Survey Your Campus and Implement Evidence-Based Recommendations and Programs

Presenter(s):
Sara Lee, MD, Case Western Reserve University and Mallory Weymer, Pennsylvania College of Technology | View Presentation

Campus Breakout 3C: Strategizing Together to Address the Mental Health Needs of Students of Color in Today’s Campus Climate

Presenter(s):
Alfiee M. Breland-Noble, PhD, MHSc, Director, The AAKOMA Project; Senior Scientific Advisor, The Steve Fund; Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Campus Breakout 3D: Using Innovative Strategies to Promote Resiliency on Campus

Presenter(s):
Beth Morrison, MSEd, NCC, LCPC, Southern Illinois University of Carbondale| View Presentation
Andrea Mills, LPC-MHSP, Lipscomb University | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 4A: Child Welfare, Justice Involved Youth and Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s):
Valorie Barriga, NACA | View Presentation
Diana Kirby, MS, Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services  | View Presentation
Cindy Ewell Foster, PhD, University of Michigan  | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 4B: Elpengyuqelgha Nangaghnemnun Wyaghimaleq: Becoming Aware of What Stole Our Cultural Wellbeing

Presenter(s):
Panganga Pungowiyi, Kawerak, Inc.
Darlene Trigg, BBS, Norton Sound Health Corporation

State & Tribal Breakout 4C: Suicide Prevention Across SAMHSA Grants

Presenter(s):
Ingrid Donato, SAMHSA
Angela Mark, SAMHSA
Elicia McIntyre, MSW., LCSW-C, SAMHSA

State & Tribal Breakout 4D: CDC Suicide Prevention in Rural Settings

Presenter(s):
Asha Ivey-Stephenson, PhD, MA, CDC |  View Presentation
Lorah Ludwig, Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA)

State & Tribal Breakout 4E: SAMHSA Project AWARE — Opportunities to Collaborate on School Based Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s):
Joyce Sebian, MS Ed, SAMHSA | View Presentation 
Nancy Kelly, MS Ed, SAMHSA

State & Tribal Breakout 4F: Surveillance Session 201

Presenter(s):
Alex Crosby, MD, MPH, CDC |  View Presentation
Sarah Brummett, MA, JD, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment  | View Presentation

State & Tribal Breakout 4G: Follow Up Care Collaborations

Presenter(s):
Julie Ebin, EdM, SPRC | View Presentation
Kim Gryglewicz, PhD, MSW, University of Central Florida | View Presentation
Stacey Williams, LMSW, Missouri Department of Mental Health and Kirsti Millar, MS, PLPC, ReDiscover Missouri   | View Presentation 
Randi Skender, MSW, LCSW Chickasaw Nation Medical Center

Closing Plenary

Presenter(s):
John Draper, PhD, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline | View Presentation
Shelby Rowe, MBA., Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
Craig Miller, Massachusetts Suicide Prevention Coalition

 

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