CrisisCon 23 – From Call to Response to Care: Building Systems of Hope
There is an abundance of change happening in the world of crisis care. We are past the launch of 988, and many crisis centers are continuing to work on securing funding, building up capacity, and educating our legislators on the importance of creating easy and equal access for all. We are also trying to make much needed room to provide or connect with all the important components of crisis services, including law enforcement diversion, crisis mobile response and crisis respite/stabilization and residential services. Some crisis centers are lucky to have everything on the crisis continuum in house: from crisis call center, to mobile response, to crisis stabilization and treatment; most of us need to create or strengthen collaborations in our communities.
This is the conference of the crisis continuum and we are excited to hear from you:
How are you working with funders, potential funders and legislators to ensure crisis access for all in your community?
What growth strategies are you using and what thought processes have informed those strategies?
How are you building capacity with a renewed focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging?
How are you balancing growth management, leadership, workforce challenges and development?
How are you navigating the transformation of the crisis care continuum?