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OHIO CIT News

OHIO CIT IN THE NEWS

The Wadsworth Police Department has received an award from Alternative Paths recognizing the department’s responses to individuals with mental illnesses. To read the article, click here.

Crisis intervention training teaches law enforcement to handle incidents involving mental illness and to manage crisis situations for the safety of all involved. It also educates them on mental illness and substance use disorders. To read the article, click here.

MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Ohio — When the Miami Township Police pulled up to the scene of a shooting May 20, Chief Mike Mills said body camera footage of officers’ actions revealed they were hoping for a different outcome. To read the article, click here.

In partnership with the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, the Cleveland Police Department Crisis Intervention Team (CIT), consisting of a police officer and co-responder, went to the home of  Tyler Durham to conduct an assessment and transported him to a local facility for a follow up evaluation.

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LORAIN COUNTY, Ohio — The Mental Health, Addiction and Recovery Services (MHARS) Board in Lorain County has voted to move forward with the building of a new Lorain County Crisis Receiving Center (LCCRC).To read the article, click here.

RI International and Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug & Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) have found a home for the Crisis Now Receiving Center, which will serve people in the throes of a mental health or substance abuse crisis. To read the article, click here.

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