The crisis diversion facility model can be a core component of a coordinated, systemic response, bringing health and service sectors together with law enforcement and first responders in a central facility.
This paper will serve as a roadmap on how to fund and implement a comprehensive crisis system in your community that will lower the overall cost of healthcare and dramatically reduce the time law enforcement spends engaged in addressing mental health crisis.
This paper discusses how we can achieve the bold goal of ensuring universal access to early psychosis intervention in every community.
This white paper describes elements of an effective mobile response and stabilization services system for children and youth, including many state examples.
This report addresses offers 10 public policy recommendations for reducing the human and economic costs associated with severe mental illness by building and invigorating a robust, interconnected, evidence-based system of care.