Nebraska is participating in a cross-site evaluation
of the impact of this project.
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A key component of all projects funded by Garrett Lee Smith Act Grants is the evaluation of their impact. Nebraska is participating in a cross-site evaluation and is tracking the impact of all local activities funded by the grant. The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center serves a central role in the evaluation of this project.
2014 – 2022 Evaluation Resources
Below you will find links to information gleaned from the evaluation of this project.
- Youth Suicide Prevention in Nebraska: Data Trends
- Youth Suicide Prevention in Nebraska: Data Trends from the Boys Town Lifeline
- Maps – Gatekeeper Trainees (QPR) & Youth Suicide in Nebraska
- Maps – Clinician Trainees (AMSR/CAMS) & Youth Suicide in Nebraska
- Maps – K-12 Trainees (Kognito/MEPS) & Youth Suicide in Nebraska
School Counselor / Staff Reporting Link
Part of the evaluation for this project is assessing the impact of QPR and Making Educators Partners in Suicide Prevention (MEP) as suicide prevention trainings in Nebraska schools. When you complete the Identification, Referral and Follow-up (EIRF) form, you will be participating in the national evaluation required by all states receiving funding for the prevention of suicide. The questions are based on this form: Early Identification, Referral and Follow-up (EIRF) Individual Form.
Gatekeeper Reporting Link
The gatekeeper training data is now collected by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). The National Prevention Information Reporting System (NPIRS) can be accessed here. The questions you will be asked are based on this form: Early Identification, Referral and Follow-up (EIRF) Individual Form.