Friday, June 13, 2014

Webinar Series: Expanding Behavioral Health Community-Based Crisis Response System



SAMHSA is pleased to announce the upcoming series of on how to expand community-based crisis response services and systems.

These webinars will describe new and emerging crisis response practices across a continuum of need that includes
·        pre-crisis planning,
·        early intervention,
·        crisis stabilization, and
·        post-crisis support.

In addition, the webinar series will explore the types of outcomes sought for different approaches, how these approaches are financed, and provide State and local examples.

TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS WEBINAR SERIES INCLUDE:
·        Why do we need to expand community-based crisis response systems?
·        What are emerging practices to respond to crises?
·        What are model crisis response systems at the state and local level and how do they work?
·        What outcomes can we expect to get from crisis response systems?
·        What are costs associated with crisis response programs and how are they financed?

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·        WHEN:
·        Wednesday, June 18, 2014
·        Tuesday July 1, 2014
·        Tuesday July 15, 2014
·         
·        TIME
·        2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

REGISTRATION    (Click on Date Below to registration)


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