Zero Suicide Pathway to Care: Addressing the Challenges of Systems Engagement

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Suicide rates across the country continue to grow. Organizations can make a meaningful difference by adopting practices that show promising results. Zero Suicide and its implementation is a comprehensive and impactful way to reducing suicide in organizations.

In this workshop, there will be a discussion on those practices and methodology and ways to overcome obstacles.   Also to be discussed are the basics of the methodology and the obstacles in implementation and how to overcome these obstacles.

Presenter

Mary T. Mcquiggan, LICSW

Mary T. Mcquiggan, LICSW

Mary is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has focused her work on supporting adolescents and their families with navigating the health care and education systems in Vermont.
Rebecca Chaplin

Rebecca Chaplin

Rebecca Chaplin, MS, MSW is Social Work Care Coordinator assigned full time to a OBGYN specialty care practice through a unique partnership between Northwestern Counseling & Support Services and Northwestern Medical Center.
Catherine Marrin, MSW, LICSW

Catherine Marrin, MSW, LICSW

Catherine Marrin, MSW, LICSW Is Team Leader for the Integrated Health Team and supports the behavioral health social workers imbedded in primary and specialty care clinics in Franklin and Grand Isle Counties.
Steve Broer, Psy.D.

Steve Broer, Psy.D.

Steve Broer, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist & Director of Behavioral Health Services at Northwestern Counseling & Support Services.
Brittany Rhoads, LCMHC

Brittany Rhoads, LCMHC

Brittany Rhoads, LCMHC is an Adult Outpatient Clinician at Lamoille County Mental Health Services (LCMHS). LCMHS is a Designated Agency, serving Vermonter’s within the county.

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