Any gap in crisis response can have serious consequences. The development of the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline marks an important opportunity for states, counties, and territories to establish stronger, more coordinated response teams. The key is collaboration and partnerships. By aligning all stakeholders, communities are better equipped to identify gaps in service, find creative ways to fill those gaps, and leverage collective resources to increase access to care.
Find out how stakeholder-driven community collaboratives in Washington state proved foundational to the region’s innovative crisis response system. The results in Washington can be replicated in large and small communities around the nation.
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