A brief intervention to help those experiencing self-harm and suicidal thoughts with a concrete way to mitigate risk and increase safety.
The SPRC Substance Abuse and Suicide Prevention Collaboration Continuum is a Web-based resource designed to help suicide prevention programs in state, tribal, campus, and community settings build and strengthen connections with their substance abuse prevention and treatment counterparts. The Continuum contains a collection of practical tools and resources to help partners be effective and strategic in their work together.
The worksheet provides criteria for identifying what types of partner organizations would best complement one another to address the challenges at hand.
This worksheet can help you and your team assess your organization’s readiness to join a partnership.
Adapted from The Capacity Project Toolkit. Partnership Building: Practical Tools to Help You Create, Strengthen, Assess and Manage Your Partnership or Alliance
More Productively, by Wilma Gormley, W. and Laura Guyer-Miller, L., 2007.
This checklist provides criteria for evaluating your organization’s readiness to collaborate with partners.
This worksheet lists criteria for you to consider when creating a memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreement with a partner.
This table lists common concepts and definitions used in the fields of substance abuse prevention and treatment and suicide prevention.
This worksheet will help you identify needs related to your collaborative effort, such as the resources needed to complete specific tasks. Adapted from Tool 8: Expertise and Resource Inventory. Collaboration Toolkit: How to Build, Fix, Sustain Productive Partnerships by Tammy Rinehart, Anna T. Laszlo and Gwen O. Brisceo, Ph.D., 2001, Washington, DC: Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. Retrieved from http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/html/cd_rom/collaboration_toolkit/pubs/collaborationtoolkit.pdf. Adapted with permission
This template can be used to solicit input from partners who were unable to attend a visioning meeting. Adapted from Tool 6: Sample Form for Soliciting Feedback from Stakeholders Unable to Participate in Visioning Meeting. Collaboration Toolkit: How to Build, Fix,Sustain Productive Partnerships by Tammy Rinehart, Anna T. Laszlo and Gwen O. Brisceo, Ph.D., 2001, Washington, DC: Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services. Adapted with permission.
This worksheet will help you address six essential elements of member retention: recognition, respect, role, relationship, reward, and results. Adapted from Kaye and Wolfe. (1995).The Six “R’s” of Participation. Coalitions and Partnerships in Community Health by Frances Dunn Butterfoss, 2007, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass. Copyright 2007 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Adapted with permission.