Crisis Now: Transforming Services is Within Our Reach
This report was produced by the Crisis Services Task Force of the The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, which is the public-private partnership advancing the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention by championing suicide prevention as a national priority, catalyzing efforts to implement high priority objectives of the National Strategy, and cultivating the resources needed to sustain progress.
Launched in 2010 by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, the Action Alliance envisions a nation free from the tragic event of suicide. Education Development Center, Inc. operates the Secretariat for the Action Alliance through the Suicide Prevention Resource Center.
Crisis Tech 360: Your high-tech solution for crisis bed tracking and reporting
When an individual experiences a mental health crisis, the complicated hand-off process can be fraught with gaps, delays, and barriers. In spite of the technological advancements used in health care today, Crisis bed accessibility continues to be tracked through phone calls, sticky notes and white boards. Using the Crisis Tech 360 app, stakeholders are provided a complete program picture, viewing real time reports and dashboards on their cell phones, tablets, laptops an PCs. Visit www.crisistech360.com to learn more.
Peer 2.0: Valuing Recovery
The Peer 2.0 movement seeks a new clinical, measurement paradigm. Peer supports have long been recognized for their effectiveness and impact. The next generation of recovery is the measurement of outcomes. Peer 2.0 seeks to move from anecdotal reports to a proven framework grounded in research and outcomes.