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Carroll County has launched a five-year Youth Suicide Prevention Project funded by a Garrett Lee Smith Grant and in partnership with National Alliance for Mental Illness - NH (NAMI-NH)

GLS NHNP 2.0 is a cross-systems, collaborative approach to reduce suicide incidents among youth by improving pathways to care and offering comprehensive training to provide youth-serving organizations with the resources to identify, screen, refer and treat at-risk youth.

GLS NHNP 2.0 will focus on youth/young adults ages 10-24 in the Carroll County Regional Public Health Network. 

GOAL: To reduce suicide incidents among youth/young adults by strengthening cross-systems collaboration, improving pathways to care and offering comprehensive training opportunities that provide youth-serving organizations with the resources to identify, assess, refer and treat youth at risk of suicide.

BE THE 1 CARROLL COUNTY YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION TEAM

Meets monthly on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, virtually by Zoom, 1:00-2:30pm

REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR THIS MEETING SERIES HERE.

 

Upcoming Meeting Dates, Agendas and Minutes

Agenda September 15, 2021

Minutes September 15, 2021

Agenda October 20, 2021

Minutes October 20, 2021

Agenda November 17, 2021

Minutes November 21, 2021

Agenda December 15, 2021

Minutes December 15, 2021

YEAR THREE:  
Agenda January 19, 2022 Minutes January 19, 2022
Agenda February 16, 2022 MinutesFebruary 16, 2022
Agenda March 16, 2022 Minutes March 16, 2022
Agenda April 20, 2022 Minutes April 20, 2022
Agenda May 18, 2022 Minutes May 18, 2022
Agenda June 15, 2022 Minutes June 15, 2022
Agenda July 20, 2022 Minutes July 20, 2022
Agenda August 17, 20220 Minutes August 17, 2022
Agenda September 21, 2022 Minutes September 21, 2022
Agenda October 19, 2022  Minutes October 19, 2022
Agenda November 16, 2022 Minutes November 16, 2022
Agenda December 21, 2022 Minutes December 21, 2022

Intervention Goals:

  • Goal 1: Enhance care coordination infrastructure
  • Goal 2: Enhance suicide risk recognition/response within the Carroll County Regional Public Health Network
  • Goal 3: Enhance statewide capacity for suicide prevention and postvention

Project Period:  January 15, 2020 to January 14, 2025

With funding and support from the Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 

Partner Agencies: C3PH, NAMI-NH, Behavioral Health Improvement Institute, Headrest, Northern Human Services, Granite United Way, White Mountains Community College

Events & Announcements:

Suicide Postvention - a Two Day Training and Planning Session - October 7 & 14