Statewide implementation of the crisis intervention team program: The Ohio model

Title

Statewide implementation of the crisis intervention team program: The Ohio model

Creator

Munetz M R; Morrison A; Krake J; Young B; Woody L M

Publisher

Psychiatric Services

Date

2006
2006-11

Description

This column discusses ways that states can implement community-based best practices statewide, by using the crisis intervention team (CIT) model as an example. Although state mental health authorities may want to use a topdown approach to ensure uniform, high-quality implementation, programs may be more likely to succeed if they arise as bottom-up, grassroots innovations. Programs like CIT are especially challenging to implement because they involve collaboration between complex systems and affect multiple stakeholders. The column describes lessons learned in Ohio in hopes of assisting other states in implementing this and other innovations.

Subject

Environmental & Occupational; Health; Health Care Sciences & Services; mental-health emergencies; Psychiatry; Public

Format

Journal Article

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Pages

1569-1571

Issue

11

Volume

57

Citation

Munetz M R; Morrison A; Krake J; Young B; Woody L M, “Statewide implementation of the crisis intervention team program: The Ohio model,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed May 15, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/6603.

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