WI Zero Suicide Training Materials 2019-2020

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Name of Resource

Type

Location

Suicide and Response in Indian Country – NAIAN ATTC

Webinar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTOJn-_nMWs

Suicide Prevention in Indian Country

Document

https://store.samhsa.gov/system/files/sma16-4995.pdf

Pragmatic Considerations of Culture in Preventing Suicide

Document

https://www.counseling.org/resources/library/Selected%20Topics/Suicide/Pragmatic2004.pdf

To Live To See the Great Day That Dawns: Preventing Suicide by American Indian and Alaska Native Youth and Young Adults

Publication

https://www.sprc.org/sites/default/files/migrate/library/Suicide_Prevention_Guide.pdf

Preventing and Responding to Suicide Clusters in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

Report

https://store.samhsa.gov/system/files/sma16-4969.pdf

Tips for Disaster Responders: Cultural Awareness When Working in Indian Country Post Disaster

Document

https://store.samhsa.gov/system/files/sma14-4867.pdf

Suicide Prevention Resource Center – American Indians and Alaska Natives

Online Resource Database

http://www.sprc.org/populations/aian

Parent Tips for Helping Infants and Toddlers after Disasters

Document

https://rems.ed.gov/docs/SAMHSA_ParentTipsInfantsToddlersDisasters.pdf

Parent Tips for Helping Preschool-Age Children after Disasters

Document

https://rems.ed.gov/docs/samhsa_parenttipspreschoolchildrendisasters.pdf

Parent Tips for Helping School-Age Children after Disasters

Document

https://rems.ed.gov/docs/SAMHSA_ParentTipsSchoolChildrenDisasters.pdf

Parent Tips for Helping Adolescents after Disasters

Document

https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources//pfa_parent_tips_for_helping_adolescents_after_disasters.pdf

National Child Traumatic Stress Network - Resources

Online Resource Database

https://www.nctsn.org/what-is-child-trauma/trauma-types/traumatic-grief/nctsn-resources

Healing After Trauma Skills – A Manual for Professionals, Teachers, and Families Working with Children After Trauma/Disaster

Document

https://www.cpeip.fsu.edu/storm/StormresourcesFiles/resourceFile_59.pdf

 

 

Name of Activity

Type

Description

Additional Info

Crisis and Resiliency Team TA Project

 

 NAI/AN MHTTC

TA

This collaborative technical assistance project is focused on helping communities create their own crisis and trauma resiliency teams. The following topics are addressed: identifying key stakeholders, asset mapping, identifying traumas affecting community, engaging local schools and districts, cultural considerations, community engagement opportunities, utilization of media, etc.

https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/national-american-indian-and-alaska-native-mhttc/crisis-trauma-resiliency-team-pilot-0

GONA – Gathering of Native Americans

 

Tribal Technical Assistance Center

TA

Community-based AI/AN trainers (adults, youth, and elders) and expert consultants facilitate the GONA by following its guiding principles. Skilled facilitators can safely and effectively lead a group through each day of the GONA by working to understand the community’s issues and concerns in terms of their strengths. This process involves examining skills, abilities, knowledge, resources, and desires that can be used in some way to help meet the community’s overall vision and goals for prevention.

https://store.samhsa.gov/system/files/sma16-4994.pdf

Resource Name

Format

Access

Healthy Indian Country Initiative Promising Prevention Practices Resource Guide

Guide

http://www.nihb.org/docs/04072010/2398_NIHB%20HICI%20Book_web.pdf 

SAMHSA TIP 61: Behavioral health services for American Indians and Alaska Natives for behavioral health service providers, administrators and supervisors

Document

https://www.sprc.org/resources-programs/behavioral-health-services-american-indians-alaska-natives-behavioral-health

Walking Softly to Heal: The Importance of Community Readiness

Document

https://www.sprc.org/sites/default/files/CRM_NextSteps%20Final%2011-29-2016.pdf

Suicide Prevention: Resources for American Indian/Alaska Native Communities

Resource Guide

https://www.sprc.org/sites/default/files/resource-program/NCAI%20PRC%20Suicide%20Prevention%20Resource%20Sheet.pdf

Assisting Government Leaders in Risk Communication: Psychosocial Impacts of Disaster

Presentation

Will be available on the Mountain Plains MHTTC Resources website by 8/2/2019

 

University of North Dakota Department of Public Health Department Director – Dr. Donald Warne

Enrolled Member of the Ogallala Sioux Nation

Consultant Surrounding Community Engagement

Dr. Donald Warne is an enrolled member of the Ogallala Sioux Nation, and a national expert on American Indian and Alaska Native Suicide Intervention and Prevention.  Dr. Donald Warne is an M.D. M.P.H, and has served in the past as a consultant with the Mountain Plains MHTTC.  A recording of Dr. Donald Warne’s previous work with the Mountain Plains MHTTC can be viewed here: https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/mountain-plains-mhttc/adverse-childhood-experiences-aces-conversation-dr-donald-warne

CDC recommendations for a Community Plan for the prevention and Containment of Suicide Clusters

CDC guideline product

https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/00001755.htm

Suicide Prevention Toolkit for Primary Care

Toolkit

https://mhttcnetwork.org/centers/mountain-plains-mhttc/other-products

To Live to See the Great Day That Dawns: Preventing Suicide by American Indian and Alaska Native Youth and Young Adults

Guide

https://www.sprc.org/sites/default/files/migrate/library/Suicide_Prevention_Guide.pdf

Suicide Reporting Recommendations: Media as a Partner in Suicide Prevention (American Association of Suicidology)

Media Toolkit

https://aas.dream.press/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Suicide-Media-Reporting-Extended-4-merged-1.pdf

Suicide Prevention Resource Center Resources and Programs listings

Product listing web page

https://www.sprc.org/resources-programs

Suicide Rates for Females and Males by Race and Ethnicity: United States, 1999 and 2017

Severity of Problem

https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/hestat/suicide/rates_1999_2017.pdf

  • Model School District Policy on Suicide Prevention:

Comprehensive guide on suicide prevention that covers language, resources, and actionable steps

https://afsp.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Model-Policy_FINAL.pdf

 

  • More than Sad:

Curriculum to help Teachers and Parents prevent teen suicide.

https://afsp.org/our-work/education/more-than-sad/

 

  • Know the Signs:

A program to help educate the public on the signs of potential suicide.

https://www.suicideispreventable.org/

           

  • Working Together to Prevent Suicide:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MicvRxT_Msw

  • Better Ways to Prevent Suicide:

http://www.apamonitordigital.org/apamonitor/20190708/MobilePagedReplica.action?pm=1&folio=39#pg42

 

  • Resources from C4 Innovations (Subcontractor of New England MHTTC):

https://center4si.sharepoint.com/:f:/s/MHTTC%20of%20New%20England/Eh1a1XkopntMtHx4C__5J5wBfFZ2NQ-FGz5dEMv3ytqL7A?e=3Iys4o

 

  • Guam conducts a suicide prevention program that their evaluation data shows was quite effective.  They drew on some material developed for Native Americans and adapted them for use with Native Pacific Islander populations (GONA for instance). They reference a number of curricula on their website (www.peaceguam.org) with specific resources listed at https://www.peaceguam.org/training-descriptions.  The first several trainings referenced are directly about suicide prevention.  They also posted their state plan for suicide prevention and early intervention at:

https://www.peaceguam.org/community-action/state-plans-and-reports

  • Recovery Stakeholders Learning Community suicide prevention presentation (May 2019)
  • Elizabeth Makulec, Kids Under Twenty One http://www.kuto.org/
  • Suicide Safer Care webinar recording https://umkc.app.box.com/s/lav94cl6yhsfjy033xctfpkowm6sixtk
  • SAMHSA currently active tribal suicide prevention programs funded through Garrett Lee Smith grants:
    • The Healing of the Canoe project has worked with the THRIVE project http://www.npaihb.org/thrive which is a suicide prevention program funded with a Garrett Lee Smith grant to the Northwest Portland Area Health Board.

General Resources from Zero Suicide

What is Zero Suicide? Zero Suicide Toolkit Be a Champion

Refreshed Zero Suicide Website

The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) has updated the Zero Suicide website, creating a more simplified navigational experience with stronger search functions. Here are some new features you might want to check out:

  • Research and Outcomes: Read foundational Zero Suicide research. Read outcomes stories from Zero Suicide implementers.
  • Evidence Tabs: Click on the evidence tabs to learn about the research behind each element in the toolkit.
  • Populations and Settings: Learn how the Zero Suicide framework can be adapted to a variety of populations and health care settings.
  • Community Resources: Refine your search for Zero Suicide implementation tools to find what you are looking for.

New SPRC Videos

These videos are brief and engaging and address topics related to effective suicide prevention, including lived experience and collaborative safety planning:

Resources from Wisconsin Orgs