June 19, 2024

Des Moines police responded to 1,500 mental health crisis calls in the first year of the CARE program

Des Moines police CARE unit responded to 1,500 mental health crisis calls in first year



SHE WILL TAKE LEGAL ACTION TO REMOVE THEM. NEW AT NOON DES MOINES THERE IS A ONE YEAR DES MOINES POLICE ACCURATE RESPONSE ATTEMPT. THE PROGRAM IS INFORMATION. POLICE SAYS THE PROGRAM HAS RESPONDED TO MORE THAN 1500 DISEASES IN THE LAST FIRST YEAR. THIS IS HOW IT WORKS WHEN THERE IS A MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEM, CALL PROFESSIONAL MENTAL HEALTH RESPONSES, OFFER SHORT TERM ACUTE COUNSELING AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND MORE ON THE GO, ANSWER AREA OF ANSWERS IN WHICH THE PERSON IS RESPONSIBLE. REMEMBER Surprise because WHEN you call 911, you hope to see someone like me. So when someone shows up at your door, TWO PEOPLE SHOW UP AT YOUR DOOR AND THEY ARE IN FRONT OF EVERYONE. I think it’s surprising, BUT THEN I think the guard goes down much faster AND they feel at ease talking to the person who is actually going to help them. THE PROGRAM IS CARE

Des Moines police CARE unit responded to 1,500 mental health crisis calls in first year

The Des Moines Police Department’s Crisis Advocacy Response Effort is one year old. Since its inception, CARE has successfully answered over 1,500 calls When police receive a mental health crisis call, a mental health professional responds. That professional offers short-term crisis counseling and community resources, and more over the phone. A field response team responds in person if needed.

The Des Moines Police Department’s Crisis Advocacy Response Effort is one year old.

Since its inception, CARE has managed to answer over 1,500 calls

When the police receive a mental health crisis call, a mental health professional responds. That professional offers short-term crisis counseling and community resources, and more over the phone.

A field response team responds in person if needed.

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