This series brings together community leaders and health experts to tackle the health issues affecting our communities and provides resources to improve your health and the health of your family.
Co-Responders' Goals: Filling Behavioral Health Gaps
In Pierce County, Wash., a co-responders’ program is meeting community needs by providing appropriate, supportive and accountable behavioral health services to clients who might otherwise end up in emergency rooms or jails. Pierce County Sheriff’s Deputy Sgt. Darren Moss, Jr. and Chantel Quintero, a behavioral health crisis intervention supervisor for MultiCare, explain how the program changes lives and saves money.
Pierce County Behavioral Health Partnerships
Bureau of Justice Police Mental Health Collaboration