Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health Speaks at the 4th Annual National Co-Responder Conference
Members of the Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health team from William James College were selected to speak at the International Co-Responder Alliance (ICRA) 4th Annual National Co-Responder Conference in Spokane, WA from June 11-14. ICRA was established to unite, promote, strengthen, and expand co-response programs, while improving outcomes for first responders, behavioral health professionals, and individuals affected by behavioral health issues.
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