Event Details

Planning For The Future

 

NAMI Wisconsin with the UW School of Social Work is hosting a “Planning for the Future Workshop”. Planning for the Future is a one-day workshop designed to help families create a life plan to help ensure the future needs of their loved one are met . All participants will receive a computerized Life Plan Workbook. Featured speakers include; attorney Heather Wilson, social services consultant Ron Konkol, and creator of the workshop Dr Jan Greenberg, PhD, Social Work.

Registration will be available mid 2019.

Date: November 2, 2019

CIT-Advanced - Milwaukee - Jan 2020

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 contact Mary at maryneubauer@aol.com


Milwaukee County Location TBD

WI
Milwaukee
Map and Directions

Date: January 1, 2020

CIP Training - Appleton

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 Ignacio at ignacio.enriquez@appleton.org

Appleton Police Department

222 S Walnut St
Appleton
WI
54911
Outagamie
Map and Directions

Date: January 15, 2020

CIT - Tribal Officers - Keshena - Jan 2020

*Please note this training is Tribal Officer focused

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 Marsha at muutela@mitw.org

Menominee Casino Resort

N 277 Hwy 47/55
Keshena
WI
54135
Menominee
Map and Directions

Date: January 31, 2020

CIP - Corrections - Columbia Correctional - Jan 2020 - Closed

This training is hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and CLOSED to outside registration.

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 Dr. Garbelman at jeffrey.garbelman@att.net.

Columbia Correctional Institution

2925 Columbia Dr
Portage
WI
53901
Columbia
Map and Directions

Date: January 31, 2020

CIT - Milwaukee

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 contact Susanne at Susanne@namigrm.org


Milwaukee County Location TBD

WI
Milwaukee
Map and Directions

Date: February 3, 2020

CIP - Corrections - Feb 2020 - Closed

This training is hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and CLOSED to outside registration.

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 Dr. Garbelman at jeffrey.garbelman@att.net.

Location TBD

WI
Map and Directions

Date: February 29, 2020

CIT - Kenosha - Mar 2020

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 contact Jack at jrose23@wi.rr.com


Kenosha County Location TDB

WI
Kenosha
Map and Directions

Date: March 1, 2020

CIP Training - Spring 2020

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 Barb at BarbGe@greenbaywi.gov

Location TBD

WI
Brown
Map and Directions

Date: March 15, 2020

CIT - Wisconsin Rapids

This will be a law enforcement based class.
First preference will be given to Wood, Portage, Adams, Juneau and Clark County, but open seats can then be filled closer to the registration time.

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 Katie at
kczys@co.wood.wi.us.

Mid-State Technical College

500 32nd Street North
Wisconsin Rapids
WI
54494
Wood
Map and Directions

Date: March 16, 2020

CIT - Port Washington

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 Undersheriff Christy Knowles at cknowles@co.ozaukee.wi.us.

Ozaukee County Sheriff's Office

1201 S Spring St
Port Washington
WI
53074
Ozaukee
Map and Directions

Date: March 30, 2020

CIT - Corrections - Madison - Mar 2020

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 Anna at amoffit@namidanecounty.org

Dane County Sherrif's Office

115 W Doty St
Madison
WI
53703
Dane
Map and Directions

Date: March 31, 2020

CIP - Tribal Officers - Keshena - Mar 2020

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 Marsha at muutela@mitw.org

Menominee Casino Resort

N 277 Hwy 47/55
Keshena
WI
54135
Menominee
Map and Directions

Date: March 31, 2020

CIP Training - Kenosha - Mar 2020

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


Kenosha County Location TDB

WI
Kenosha
Map and Directions

Date: March 31, 2020

CIP - Corrections - Mar 2020 - Closed

This training is hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and CLOSED to outside registration.

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 Dr. Garbelman at jeffrey.garbelman@att.net.

Location TBD

WI
Map and Directions

Date: March 31, 2020

CIP Training for Mobile Integrated Health Teams - West Allis - Mar 2020

REGISTRATION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. Thank you!

 

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.

Sponsored by the West Allis Fire Department

Questions? Please email Susanne Vella at Susanne@namigrm.org


West Allis Police Department

11301 W. Lincoln Ave
West Allis
WI
53227
Milwaukee
Map and Directions

Date: March 31, 2020

CIT - West Bend - Apr 2020

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 Lisa at LKrenke2016@outlook.com.

West Bend Police Department

1115 South Main Street
West Bend
WI
53095
Washington
Map and Directions

Date: April 30, 2020

CIP - Corrections - Apr 2020 - Closed

This training is hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and CLOSED to outside registration.

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 Dr. Garbelman at jeffrey.garbelman@att.net.

Location TBD

WI
Map and Directions

Date: April 30, 2020

CIP Training - Port Washington

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 Undersheriff Christy Knowles at cknowles@co.ozaukee.wi.us.

Ozaukee County Sheriff's Office

1201 S Spring St
Port Washington
WI
53074
Ozaukee
Map and Directions

Date: May 6, 2020

CIP - Corrections - May 2020 - Closed

This training is hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and CLOSED to outside registration.

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 Dr. Garbelman at jeffrey.garbelman@att.net.

Location TBD

WI
Map and Directions

Date: May 31, 2020

CIP - Corrections - June 2020 - Closed

This training is hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections and CLOSED to outside registration.

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 Dr. Garbelman at jeffrey.garbelman@att.net.

Location TBD

WI
Map and Directions

Date: June 30, 2020

CIT - Tribal Officers - Keshena - Summer 2020

*Please note this training is Tribal Officer focused

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 Marsha at muutela@mitw.org

Menominee Casino Resort

N 277 Hwy 47/55
Keshena
WI
54135
Menominee
Map and Directions

Date: August 31, 2020

CIT - Wisconsin Rapids

This will be a law enforcement based class.
First preference will be given to Wood, Portage, Adams, Juneau and Clark County, but open seats can then be filled closer to the registration time.

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 Katie at
kczys@co.wood.wi.us.

Mid-State Technical College

500 32nd Street North
Wisconsin Rapids
WI
54494
Wood
Map and Directions

Date: October 5, 2020

CIP Training - Kenosha - Oct 2020

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 John at jrose23@wi.rr.com


Kenosha County Location TDB

WI
Kenosha
Map and Directions

Date: October 31, 2020