The Crisis Intervention Team ( CIT ) program is an innovative international police model that incorporates collaboration between the community's law enforcement system and mental health system to respond to the needs of those in psychiatric crisis.
Our 3-part virtual speaker series on perinatal addictions prevention begins Wednesday, June 3 at 10 AM with a discussion on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
In this training, you will develop confidence in your ability to understand the prevalence of trauma in psychiatric populations.
In the wake of COVID-19 and the renewed calls of Black Lives Matter after the killings of Ahmaud Arbrey, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Terry McDade many BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) have turned to community based healing practices as a protective factor for mitigating the onslaught of trauma.
The Center for the Study of Social Policy’s (CSSP) Youth Thrive™ initiative is both a research-informed framework and the name of a national initiative aimed at improving the well-being outcomes of all youth (ages 9-26), with a particular focus on youth involved in public systems.