2013 GLS COMBINED ANNUAL Grantee Meeting "The Evolving Paradigm: New Directions for Suicide Prevention

Event Type:  Annual Grantee Meeting
Date:  Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - 8:00am to Thursday, June 13, 2013 - 4:00pm (America/Chicago)

AGENDA for 2013 GLS Suicide Prevention Grantee Meeting

Note: Some presentations are not included due to outdated content.

State/Tribal Plenary: Crisis Response

Presenter(s):
John Draper, Director, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
David Goldston, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Duke University
Scott Zeller, Immediate Past President, American Association of Emergency Psychiatry

Plenary: Warning Signs for Youth Suicide

Presenter(s):
Robert Gebbia, Executive Director, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Amy Kulp, Deputy Director, American Association of Suicidology
Richard McKeon, Chief, Suicide Prevention Branch, SAMHSA
Daniel Reidenberg, Executive Director, SAVE
Matt Wintersteen, Thomas Jefferson University, PA

Campus Plenary: Military/Veterans on Campus

Presenter(s):
Kai Chitaphong, Acting Director, VITAL Program, Department of Veterans Affairs
Meg Mitcham, Director, Veterans' Programs, American Council on Education (ACE)
Victor Schwartz, Medical Director, The Jed Foundation
Eileen Zeller, Lead Public Health Advisor, Suicide Prevention Branch, SAMHSA

Closing Plenary: Expanding the Paradigm of Suicide Prevention

Presenter(s):
Phil Rodgers, Evaluation Scientist, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Maureen Underwood, Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide

View Phil Rodgers presentation

Campus Breakout: Panel Discussion: Developing a Culturally Responsive Suicide Prevention Strategy for Your Campus

Presenter(s):
Eugenia Curet, University of Texas, Brownsville
Sulma Gandhi, University of Hawai'i, Hilo
Shelly Maxwell, GLS Alumna, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Joi Niles, Bethune-Cookman University, FL
Alma Rosa Silva-Bañuelos, University of New Mexico
Melinda Todd, Jackson State University, MS

Campus Breakout: Strategic Use of New Technologies: Maximizing Their Impact on Campus Suicide Prevention Efforts

Presenter(s):
Kimberly Nolte, University of Missouri at Columbia
Wendy Winger, Ohio State University
Ashley Womble, Director of Communications and Outreach, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Campus Breakout: Integrating Alcohol and Other Drug Use Treatment and Prevention Approaches with Suicide Prevention Efforts

A discussion of the relationship between alcohol and prevention of suicide, and how the two fields should work together. Presentations of different models of integrating suicide prevention and mental health promotion with other substance and drug use prevention will be offered.

Campus Breakout: Infrastructure Development: From Crisis Protocols to Behavioral Intervention Teams

Presenter(s):
Guillermo Bernal, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras
Victor Schwartz, Medical Director, The Jed Foundation

Campus Breakout: Involving Students to Enhance Suicide Prevention Efforts on Campus

Presenter(s):
Donna Haygood-Jackson, College of William and Mary, VA
Alison Malmon, Executive Director, Active Minds
Jane Wiggins, Campus Suicide Prevention Center of Virginia

Campus Breakout: Strategies to Engage Parents as Gatekeepers

Presenter(s):
Joy Himmel, GLS Alumna - Penn State-Altoona
Chelsea Petree, University of Minnesota

Campus Breakout: The Interface Between Clinical Care, Prevention, and Legal Standards

Presenter(s):
Morton Silverman, Senior Science Advisor, SPRC

Campus Breakout: Integrating Alcohol and Other Drug Use Treatment and Prevention Approaches with Suicide Prevention Efforts

Presenter(s):
Adam Chu, Prevention Specialist, SPRC
Kim Dude, University of Missouri at Columbia
Peggy Glider, University of Arizona

Campus Breakout: Building Statewide Infrastructure to Support and Sustain Mental Health on Campuses

Presenter(s):
Andrea Duarte, Corrine King, Connecticut
Amy Lukes, Northeast Ohio Medical University
Scott Perkins, Missouri
Daniel Reilly, University of Missouri at Columbia

Campus Breakout: Beyond SWAG: Strategic Communications Planning on Campuses

Presenter(s):
Gayle Jaffe, Senior Prevention Specialist, SPRC
Sheila Krishnan, Campus Suicide Prevention Specialist, SPRC
Shelly Maxwell, GLS Alumna - University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Campus Breakout: Increased Suicide Prevention Outreach = Increased Need for Services: Strategies to Meet the Counseling Center Demand

Presenter(s):
Joy Himmel, GLS Alumna - Penn State-Altoona
Franca Mancini, Monmouth University, NJ

State/Tribal Breakout: Action Alliance – LGBTQ

Presenter(s):
Sherry Lehman, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Scott Perkins, Missouri Department of Mental Health
Caitlin Ryan, Project Director, Family Acceptance Project

State/Tribal Breakout: Action Alliance – Juvenile Justice

Presenter(s):
Don Belau, GLS Alumnus – Nebraska
Erica Cavanaugh, Pat Conway, Cankdeska Cikana Community College, ND
Melissa Sparks, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse services, TN

State/Tribal Breakout: Action Alliance – Military/ Veterans

Presenter(s):
Patti Clark, Kentucky Department of Behavioral Health
Barri Faucett, GLS Alumna – West Virginia
Eileen Zeller, Lead Public Health Advisor, Suicide Prevention Branch, SAMHSA

View the PSA

State/Tribal Breakout: Primary Care/ Emergency Departments

Presenter(s):
Guy Diamond, Pennsylvania
Lisa Horowitz, Psychologist, National Institute of Mental Health

State/Tribal Breakout: Developing a Cohesive Social Marketing Program

Presenter(s):
Sara Dimla, Public Information Officer, Behavioral Health and Wellness Center, Guam
Amber Latham, GLS Alumna – SouthCentral Foundation
Elly Stout, Prevention Support Program Manager, SPRC

View the Focus on Life Guam Documentary

State/Tribal Breakout: Reducing Access to Lethal MeansProgram

Presenter(s):
Laurie Davidson, Program Manager, Provider Initiatives, SPRC
Jeffery Hill, Rhode Island
Jennie Lintz, Rhode Island
Ken Norton, GLS Alumnus – New Hampshire

State/Tribal Breakout: Developing and Sustaining Community Coalitions

Presenter(s):
Levi Keehler, Melissa Pitts Johnson, Cherokee Nation
Cyndi Nation, Tanana Chiefs Conference
Melanie Puorto-Conte, New York State Youth Suicide Prevention

State/Tribal Breakout: Evaluating Social Media

Presenter(s):
Ashley Womble, Director of Communications and Outreach, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

State/Tribal Breakout: Using the Best Training for your Population: Choosing and Adapting Training Programs

Presenter(s):
Laurie Davidson, Program Manager, Provider Initiatives, SPRC
Petrice Post, Senior Tribal Prevention Specialist, SPRC

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State/Tribal Breakout: Getting the Most Out of Your Training Programs

Presenter(s):
Brandee Brewer, Senior Associate, ICF
JoEllen Tarallo-Falk, Vermont

SPRC Sustainability Guide

Presenter(s):
Julie Ebin, Senior Prevention Specialist, SPRC
Smita Varia, Prevention Specialist, SPRC

State/Tribal Breakout: Communicating Program Successes to Build Lasting Support

Presenter(s):
Rachel Kagel, Associate, ICF
Elly Stout, Prevention Support Program Manager, SPRC

State/Tribal Breakout: Developing Postvention Infrastructure

Presenter(s):
Donna Amundson, University of Medicine and Dentistry, NJ
Barri Faucett, GLS Alumna - West Virginia
Shel Gross, Mental Health of America of Wisconsin

State/Tribal Breakout: Lifeline – Local Responders

Presenter(s):
Marcia Epstein, Kansas
Gillian Murphy, Director of Standards, Training, and Practices, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Marilyn Bruguier-Zimmerman, The University of Montana-Fort Peck

State/Tribal Breakout: Resources for Youth and Family Engagement

Presenter(s):
Kim Gryglewicz, Melissa Wittmeier, University of South Florida
Sherry Lehman, Jane Miller, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Bridie Trainor, Kawerak, Inc.
Julie Goldstein Grumet, Director of Prevention and Practice, SPRC

Populations:  American Indians and Alaska Natives, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and/or Transgender People
Settings:  Schools, Middle School, High School, Behavioral Health Care, Outpatient Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Inpatient Mental Health, Crisis Centers/Services, Colleges and Universities, Rural Areas, Urban Areas
Planning and Implementing:  Sustainability, Cultural Competence, New and Social Media, Strategic Planning, Communications and Outreach
Strategies:  Respond to Crisis, Postvention