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Tennessee Gatekeeper Training Implementation Support System (GTISS)

The Gatekeeper Training Implementation Support System (GTISS) provides a framework for planning, organizing, and implementing suicide prevention training in any system, organization, or community context. The system provides tools and resources to help gatekeepers adopt what they learn in training and use it to help youth and adults of all ages. These tools can be adapted for any context and population, including the juvenile justice system, education, child welfare, and beyond. The GTISS has five stages – Preparation, Training, Translation, Application, and Reflection. Each stage has a slide show describing its goals, actions, research support, and tools.

Creator 
Centerstone Research Institute (CRI), Tennessee Department of Mental Health (TDMH)
Publisher 
Centerstone Research Institute (CRI)
Contributor 
Lockman J, Schut J, Williams L, Padgett J, VanRegenmorter C
Full Text Online 
Yes
Formats
Interactive Online Resources
Topics
Other Settings
Foster Care
Juvenile Justice
Adult Corrections
Corrections
Gatekeeper Training
Prevention Strategies
Other Populations
Adolescent (13-17)
Younger Children (12 and under)
Youth
Young Adult (18-25)
Older Adults (55+)
Adult (26-55)
Adults