#CrisisTalk is an innovative publication focused on behavioral health crises. Each week, it distributes an interview that pushes the field toward inclusion, equality, and fostering a robust crisis care continuum. Interviews are with researchers, mental health professionals, people with Lived Experience, law enforcement, and other vital stakeholders. Articles focus on challenges, lived lens, innovations, and strategic news. Since the start of the pandemic, #CrisisTalk is also providing free access to the latest news on the Coronavirus Outbreak and mental health.
The publication is powered by the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) and its Crisis Now partners. Crisis Now is a roadmap to safe, effective crisis care that diverts people in distress from the emergency department and jail by developing a continuum of crisis care services that match people’s clinical needs to care.