27 Jul 21

Mental health and substance use disorder crisis response and prevention are critical elements to helping people stabilize and enter a path to recovery and wellbeing. There are proven opportunities to improve outcomes in crisis settings via the use of peers, including reduced trauma, increased trust, and reductions in recidivism.

On Wednesday June 30, panelists shared best practice examples of peer-led crisis response and prevention via an excellent webinar, found here: Crisis Response – Peer Leadership to Develop Community Solutions. Participants asked for a follow up discussion to dive deeper, including topics related to financing, bringing models to scale, training and more!

Register here.