Crisis Intervention Teams are robust programs containing ongoing, operational, and sustaining elements. The Core Elements included in each of these categories work together to create a fully operational CIT program; therefore, implementation and adherence to the core elements are central to the success of a program’s goals.
Remember CIT International’s motto that “CIT is more than training!”
- Northwest Ohio CIT Training Brochure
- Franklin County Calling the Police in an Emergency Brochure
- CIT Program Evolution Pyramid
- Depicts the phases and building blocks of a CIT program, beginning with a lower level of formality and emphasis on training and building toward a higher level of formality with emphasis on effectiveness and sustainability.
- Sharing Confidential Mental Health and Addiction Information in Ohio: Mental Health and Addiction Providers and Law Enforcement Manual
- Application for Emergency Hospitalization “Pink Slip”
- Ohio Revised Code 5122.10 Emergency Hospitalization
- Ohio Revised Code 5122.11 Court Ordered Treatment of Mentally Ill Person
- Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) Page
If you are just getting started in developing a CIT program, please refer to the Getting Started webpage to review the CIT Toolkit, Core Elements, Ohio CIT Coordinators Expert Consensus Document, and much more!