CIT & CIP Training Calendar

Summary

Event Venue Date
Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT): Walworth Walworth County Health and Human Services October 21, 2019 More Info
Crisis Intervention Partner (CIP) Training: Kenosha County Center Building October 21, 2019 More Info
Crisis Intervention Partner (CIP) Training: MATC Oak Creek Campus MATC Oak Creek Campus October 30, 2019 More Info
Crisis Intervention Partner (CIP) Training Holiday Inn - Stevens Point November 7, 2019 More Info
Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training Gateway Technical College November 11, 2019 More Info
Crisis Intervention Partner (CIP) Training for Mobile Integrated Health Teams: West Allis West Allis Police Department December 5, 2019 Closed
Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells December 9, 2019 More Info

All Events Details

Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT): Walworth

Crisis Intervention Team training is a community initiative designed to improve the outcomes of police interactions with people living with mental illnesses and improves the safety of patrol officers, consumers, family members, and citizens within the community.

CIT programs are local partnerships between law enforcement, mental health providers, local NAMI chapters and other community stakeholders. CIT programs provide 40 hours of training for law enforcement on how to better respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis. CIT is not just a training. Effective CIT programs are based on strong relationships between law enforcement, mental health care providers, families and people living with mental illness.

CIT is a long-lasting, evolving partnership based on mutual goals.

Questions?
Please email Sonia at shill@co.walworth.wi.us

 

Walworth County Health and Human Services

W4051 County Rd NN
Elkhorn
WI
53121
Map and Directions

Date: October 21, 2019

Crisis Intervention Partner (CIP) Training: Kenosha

Crisis Intervention Partners (CIP) training is a 16 hour training modeled after the training component of Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) programs. CIP is designed for wide-ranging audiences interested in better understanding and improving interactions with people who experience mental health crises. Participants include correctional officers, 911 dispatchers, emergency personnel, hospital staff and more.

The Core philosophy behind CIP is to improve safety, avoid unnecessary use of force, and improve identification, referral, and treatment planning for people living with mental illness.

Questions?
Please contact Jack at jrose23@wi.rr.com


County Center Building

19600 75th St
Bristol
WI
53104
Map and Directions

Date: October 21, 2019

Crisis Intervention Partner (CIP) Training: MATC Oak Creek Campus

Crisis Intervention Partner (CIP) Training Opportunity for Public-Facing Staff
SAFETY DURING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS
A NAMI Greater Milwaukee Collaboration with Milwaukee Area Technical College, Metro Milwaukee SHRM, ASIS and AXIS Communications

Staff will learn how to verbally de-escalate mental health crises and increase safer outcomes for all involved through more informed and deliberate interactions characterized by dignity, respect, humility and compassion.

( TWO-DAY ATTENDANCE REQUIRED FOR CERTIFICATION )

• Discuss the prevalence and impact of mental illness
• Recognize and reduce stigma
• Identify behaviors and triggers of special population groups
• Recognize a mental health crisis
• Learn how to take the best course of action
• Hear lived experience stories
• Experience an auditory hallucination simulation
• Excited Delirium
• Trauma Informed Care
• De-escalation communication, strategies and techniques
• Community Resources
• Workplace Wellness and Self-Care
• Senior Professional Panel: Challenges & Solutions
• Closing Remarks – Milwaukee County Sheriff Earnell Lucas (invited)

Lunch generously sponsored by AXIS Communications

Register early. Space is limited. Register by October 22.
Early Bird Registration: $75
After October 16: $95

CLICK TO REGISTER

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Questions?
Please contact Mike Cummings at mike@cummings-security.com


MATC Oak Creek Campus

6665 South Howell Ave
Oak Creek
WI
53154
Map and Directions

Date: October 30, 2019

Crisis Intervention Partner (CIP) Training

Crisis Intervention Partners (CIP) training is a 16 hour training modeled after the training component of Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) programs. CIP is designed for wide-ranging audiences interested in better understanding and improving interactions with people who experience mental health crises. Participants include correctional officers, 911 dispatchers, emergency personnel, hospital staff and more.

The Core philosophy behind CIP is to improve safety, avoid unnecessary use of force, and improve identification, referral, and treatment planning for people living with mental illness.


Questions?
Please email Linda at namiportagewoodcounties@gmail.com

Holiday Inn - Stevens Point

1001 Amber Avenue
Stevens Point
WI
54482
Map and Directions

Date: November 7, 2019

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training

Crisis Intervention Team training is a community initiative designed to improve the outcomes of police interactions with people living with mental illnesses and improves the safety of patrol officers, consumers, family members, and citizens within the community.

CIT programs are local partnerships between law enforcement, mental health providers, local NAMI chapters and other community stakeholders. CIT programs provide 40 hours of training for law enforcement on how to better respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis. CIT is not just a training. Effective CIT programs are based on strong relationships between law enforcement, mental health care providers, families and people living with mental illness.

CIT is a long-lasting, evolving partnership based on mutual goals.


Questions?
Please email Deputy Chief Macemon at
William.Macemon@cityofracine.org

Gateway Technical College

1001 S Main Street
Racine
WI
53403
Map and Directions

Date: November 11, 2019

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training

Crisis Intervention Team training is a community initiative designed to improve the outcomes of police interactions with people living with mental illnesses and improves the safety of patrol officers, consumers, family members, and citizens within the community.

CIT programs are local partnerships between law enforcement, mental health providers, local NAMI chapters and other community stakeholders. CIT programs provide 40 hours of training for law enforcement on how to better respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis. CIT is not just a training. Effective CIT programs are based on strong relationships between law enforcement, mental health care providers, families and people living with mental illness.

CIT is a long-lasting, evolving partnership based on mutual goals.


Questions?
Please email Ryan at windorffrm@doj.state.wi.us

Hosted by: NAMI Wisconsin and the State of Wisconsin Department of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigation/Arson Bureau

Ho-Chunk Gaming Wisconsin Dells

S3214 County Hwy BD
Baraboo
WI
53913
Map and Directions

Date: December 9, 2019