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Free Program Mental Health Crisis Planning

Mental health issues challenge families, friends and our larger community. Symptoms can escalate into crisis.

Join a panel of experts Sept. 15 as they discuss mental health crisis planning and how to work with law enforcement when an event occurs. This free program takes place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Mountain View Presbyterian Church, 8050 E. Mountain View Road.  

Participants will learn how to recognize signs and symptoms leading up to a family member’s mental health crisis and how to best plan and manage an episode when law enforcement becomes involved.

Presented by the Scottsdale Police Department, this program provides valuable “how to” guidance from who to call for assistance, what to do when help arrives and how to write a mental health crisis plan for the family.

For more information, call Crisis Intervention Specialist Natalie Summit at 480-312-2976 or download the event calendarlinks to external site.




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