When a behavioral health crisis occurs, the crisis system must react in a way that is coordinated, compassionate, and effective. How should emergency response and law enforcement coordinate and collaborate? Where is more education and support needed? What is the potential cost of an ineffective system? Today, key stakeholders across the nation are reassessing and strengthening their crisis systems to improve the health and well-being of our communities.
In this white paper, learn more about how and where the crisis system can break down, the challenges first responders face today, and practical solutions that can make a real difference.
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