[Preparing to Pivot Virtual Summit] Session 2: Ensuring Meaningful Crisis Response

When:  May 18, 2022 from 14:15 to 15:45 (ET)

Ensuring Meaningful Crisis Response-Utilizing a Three-Point Approach of "Someone to Talk to, Someone to Respond, and a Place to Go"

2:15–3:45 p.m. ET

This presentation will focus on SAMHSA's three-point "Someone to Talk to, Someone to Respond, and a Place to Go" approach for crisis response. The panel will feature three programs that model this approach, providing attendees with a greater understanding of how to incorporate the three-point model in local crisis response efforts. A moderated discussion and Q&A will follow to provide attendees with an opportunity to explore the application of "Someone to Talk to, Someone to Respond, and a Place to Go" to local programming.

 

Panelists

  • Michael G. Claeys, MBA, LPC, Acting CEO, Behavioral Health Link, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Arnold A. Remington, MA, LIMHP, CPC, Director, TASC Program, Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Krista Lewis, MHR, LPC, Chief Program Officer for Crisis Services, Family and Children's Services, Tulsa, Oklahoma