Developing Partnerships Between Providers and Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Officers
Total CE Credit Hours: 1
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/102408
About the Course:
In this SAMHSA webinar, Tania Rosas Woods and Carl Pendleton explain ways the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Model leads to lower arrest rates and increased trust during psychiatric crises.
This course is designed for any clinicians who are working with substance abuse populations. It is also appropriate for law enforcement professionals who work in a team setting with mental health providers for the substance abuse population. All knowledge levels will benefit from this material.
Describe and discuss the development and the composition of a successful Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training team.
Identify and discuss the methods for developing partnerships between law enforcement and behavioral health providers.
Describe the obstacles and challenges which are inherent to crisis intervention/response and discuss the systems of response when working from recovery-oriented principles.
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