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Suicide Bereavement Caregivers

SBSG

Best Practices

SBSG Group Operations

Sustainability

SBSG NETWORK

COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE

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Complete notes from the Apr. 13, 2011 meeting are at http://meetingwords.com/gp91R9IRJ3 Below are notes from the last half hour's discussion: HOW DO YOU GET THERE? WHAT'S NEXT? SAVE had a leadership summitt and all the notes are avialable in detail from the summitt. we hope this forms the basis for future work.  we are putting them in places where they can be used.  SAVE wants to put this in a place where all can access and improve their practice the same is true of this meeting, the notes will be shared communities will make this happen FJC: does the ideal support group exist in communities? certain aspects exist, maybe not in one place We talked about an ideal support group?  Does any of this exist now Not all exists in one place. Certain aspects do exist do we have best practice standards (no) Many support groups have these charecteristics Funding is an issue refreshments, newsletters, materials, library, training venues, refreshments, traiing, resources, HOW DO YOU GET TO WHERE YOU WANT TO GO? Setting a model or standard model groups guidelines and protocols that document some of this template plan audit of what is and isn't working across the country Generic model identify model groups guidelines, protocoals to document this; give local people something to start with audit of what is and isn't working in communities across the country there's a range of individual groups - no model that will fit everybody depends on the facilitators starting with training and retraining mentor each other, communications networks among facilitators. these exist in pockets, but not nationally we have ToT in the Portland area and beyond, that makes a difference organizational leadership, gathering of people who are expert. not only in SBSG, but include diverse people with expertise in other areas before we know if we can get there, need to know where we are like good restaurants - have similarities what works is a shorter list poverty of resources for survivors focus on bare bones first compassionate friends - have such a range of individual groups.  So much depends on the facilitators Heart of the faciliator is the key.  Different cultural needs training and retraining Trained trainers does make a difference need more organizational assistance- LEADERSHIP not everyone here is an expert in support groups multi cross polination Where are we (audit) groups are like snowflakes - they look alike but they are all unique Poverty of resources of survivors focus on the bare bones first each support group needs to have some minimal pieces which is the basis infraststructire generic model financial resources for PR and get the word out there $$$$ hard to come by SWOT analysis Strength Weakness Opportunity and Threats Each group might impelement the work in different ways but all should have clear and measurable goals SWOT analysis - can help to do the assessment of where things are objectives that are clear, measurable, objective standardization, allowing some differences, eg. protocols are we doing what we say and are we helping SOSL Standardized protocol for teaching trainers Australia has a best practice for support groups was supported by the Aussie Gov Norm Farbrow did research to llook at survivor outcomes (didi hirsch) different model b/c it's a closed group. they did the research WHAT DOES THE RESEARCH SHOW THAT IS HELPFUL? Needs to be a structural foundation start with a 501c3 and the funding will follow there used to be a series of articles, and that was the manual there needs to be basic leadership structure. training facilitors is the revolving door. need foundational structure. 501c3 - if build that, the funding will come. survivors donate more contact through newsletters than face to face groups define the role we want facilitators to play in the community; run a support group only, or also advocate? We drilled down on the attributes of the group what about the system in which the group exists how does it interact with the larger group and system groups do not stand alone, and how does it interact with other systems? One direct sentence about your take home - what did you learn If you get the right people Im impressed by the diversity of the group and c we know more than we think consistentyc and structure is good lot of work to be done we need guidelines more timme major organizations to fund evaluation and research of surviros supports engage leadership from private sec tor and put them on task bring in people from the outside with new perspectives captivated by SWOT we need to know more about what makes a support group makes it healing competent faciliatros with guidelines passionate people business and nedds to be run like a successful business leadershp needs spiritual training as well invitation John Mac - where should the survivor rubric be headed this group provides hope important to look at all of the different elememts enthusiasm for working for a model support group i am not alone as a support group facilitator You have agreat passion need to make contacts with community partners Appears that a strategic plan is emerging need for competent facilitators we need to develop universal minimum standards Move beyond ethnocentrism to see what we can learn from partners outside the US power of what we can learn from each other hope from the future builds on collective past experience almost a guarantee that the groundwork layed will flourish Concluding remark new as a New Englander Robert Frost a tuft of flowers if you get the right people in the room the right thing will  happen with diverse people in the room, coherence of the model we know more than we thing consistency and structure is good there's a lot of work to be done we need guidelines we need major organizations to put $ into research on survivors and evaluation captivated with SWOT need to know more about what about support group makes it healing competent faciltors with best practice guidelines more understand of survivors' erspectives on support groups need passionate poeple an invittionL at healing coference, session on where should survivor movement be headed? this group provides hope important to look at all of the lements that make up a good group see the enthusiasm of working together I'm not not alone as a facilitator requirement is passion for suicide prevention and this work the need for competent facilitators and what a valuable resource that is we need to develop universal minimum standards; what makes us different is very small encouraged, I learned a lot from the opportunity to share with the people in my group hope for the future can build from collective past experience there's hope for survivors Dan closes: thank you everyone 900 people at this conference, there is not place this evening where there is a larger group than in this room it tells me that survivors are leading this movement, started it, carried, it, pushed and fought for things, and continue to do so amazing how divergent and similar what people in the room say it gives me hope can help so many people who are hurting so deeply SAVEs goal is to keep meeting survivors needs can't do it alone let Franklin and Dan know if it's no tmoving fast enough they hope to bring together a larger group of people later this fall tonight someone said need to have more of these meetings, and Dan is hopeful we will all be part of that and get to the place that survivors need us to be find out what works and help people provide it to those who need it most you all gave tonight and I cannot thank you enough.

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