Sacred Bundle

Suicide Prevention - Manidookewigashkibjigan

SACRED BUNDLE

Ages 10-24

The Sacred Bundle Project is committed to identifying at-risk youth, training others to identify and intervene with youth in crisis, and providing education about suicide prevention. We are dedicated to spreading awareness, educating about prevention efforts, and encouraging our community to combat the stigma around suicide. 

Sacred Bundle’s Services Include:

  • Outreach- By increasing awareness of suicide prevention, we engage our community to participate in prevention efforts. 
  • Trainings (Individuals and Providers) – Learn how to identify at-risk youth and the steps necessary to ensure proper care is received.
  • Screenings- We screen youth to increase the identification of those at-risk and in need of treatment.
  • Treatment- Referrals are made to the appropriate level of care through our network of trusted providers
If you have any questions regarding Sacred Bundle’s Services, events, trainings, or establishing partnerships, please contact us at (313) 846-6030

If you have any questions regarding these events, trainings or establishing partnerships, please contact:

Adon Vazquez, Program Assistant
Ph. 313-846-3718
email: sacredbundle@aihfs.org


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Advisory Council

There will be opportunities to share input on the GLS project and sometimes we will have formal focus groups. The voice of our elders, youth, and community members is greatly valued and essential for us making a difference in how suicide is viewed and addressed within our community.
To learn skills to be active in prevention efforts by learning how to identify at-risk youth or at-risk peers and take the next steps and to improve the care given to at-risk youth.

American Indian Lifeskills (AILSD)

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST)

Gathering of Native Americans (GONA)

Native Helping Our People Endure (HOPE)

Question Persuade Refer (QPR)
There will be many events and activites held that will be tied to the GLS project in some way. We will be incorporating outreach, screening, treatment, and cultural teachings into our prevention efforts. Learning and engaging with our culture is a very important way of maintaining a healthy community.

Dream Seekers Youth Group

Language Lessons

Cultural Teachings

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If you are already trained in ASIST or QPR we encourage you to fill out this survey if you intervene with a youth to help with GLS reporting.

Gatekeeper's Healing Helper Survey (online version)
Suicide Safe: The FREE suicide prevention app for Health Care Providers from SAMHSA

Suicide Safe, SAMHSA's new suicide prevention app for mobile devices and optimized for tablets, helps providers integrate suicide prevention strategies into their practice and address suicide risk among their patients. Suicide Safe is a free app based on SAMHSA's Suicide Assessment Five-Step Evaluation and Triage (SAFE-T) card.

Click here to go to SAMHSA's website for more info and links to download app.

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