Elinore F. McCance-Katz, M.D., Ph.D. Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use at SAMHSA, says that the report “finally offers our communities true National Guidelines for Crisis Care within a user-friendly Best Practice Toolkit.”
Christine Vestal, a staff writer for Stateline, takes a deep dive comparing what people in behavioral health crises in Maricopa County, Arizona, experience compared to the rest of the United States. With Arizona pioneering a different way, what states are also noticing is that fostering a robust crisis continuum is
Erica Chestnut-Ramirez says mobile crisis is person-centered and therapeutic and has a high stabilization rate. “That means we can keep people in the community, and they don’t have to go to higher level, higher-cost services.”
Weaving connections of support for her clients has been a primary driver for Alejandra Salinas. Not only because she feels it’s the right approach, but also because growing up, she experienced and witnessed the consequences of a fractured, siloed care system.
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