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Crisis System Redesign Community Forum for Individuals and Families with Lived Experience
The State of Washington is currently working to redesign the crisis system throughout the state and for the implementation of 988 – a national behavioral health crisis line to connect individuals and families in crisis with the help and support they need.

Recognizing that individuals and families with lived experience are closest to the solutions and have unique perspectives, individuals and families with lived experience are invited to participate in a forum to explore the needs of individuals and families with lived experience to help inform the redesign of the crisis system.

Crisis service topics with an emphasis on individuals and families with lived experience needs will include:
• Strengths, gaps, and opportunities of the current crisis services
• Critical components of a crisis response system
• Critical linkages and practices to other inter-dependent systems (e.g., 911)
• Other topics

*Individuals and families with lived experience means any person or family member who has first-hand experience with a mental health challenge, substance use challenge, and/or life event impacting one’s life functioning.

Nov 3, 2021 06:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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