Mental Health Crisis Response Institute
2419 Nicollet Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404
Being the change we need to see
Mental Health Crisis Response Institute Welcomes You
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At Mental Health Crisis Response Institute, safety and recovery is at the forefront of our mission.
Our programs and activities are designed to help community members recognize, discuss, prevent, manage and de-escalate a mental health crisis. Learn more about our innovative program and the impact everyone can have in bringing about positive change and wellness in our communities
Mental Health Crisis Response Institute
The Barbara Schneider Foundation created the Mental Health Crisis Response Institute to continue to grow its training mission by partnering with expert trainers and local to address the concrete needs of those who encounter a a person in crisis. Collaboration among the systems is key to preventing mental health crisis, preventing trauma and supporting recovery. Trainings are customized to meet the particular needs of participants.
Mental Health Crisis Response Institute provides the the best quality training available to safely respond to a mental health crisis. The work we do at our Non-Profit Organization is aimed at providing a holistic and collaborative approach to solving some of our society’s biggest challenges. We make sure our partners are empowered by creating opportunities for individuals and communities to collaborate.
Anyone can have a mental health crisis.
There are many biological, psychological, environmental, and spiritual causes of a mental health crisis.
At the Mental Health Crisis Response Institute we provide effective training for Law Enforcement, Corrections, Courts,
Healthcare, Social Services, Educators, Families, and other community members on mental health crisis intervention.
We make sure our partners are empowered with the most effective skills and strategies for their safety, the health of the person in crisis, and the well-being of every member of the community.
You Can Make a Difference
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Want to join our efforts but not sure where to start? Partner with Us and take advantage of this incredible opportunity to strengthen your community. It’s a great way to contribute to our cause, and every little bit counts towards paving the path for a better tomorrow. Get in touch with us today for more details about how you can help.
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This is one of the simplest ways to help out our cause. We believe the best way for our training and other initiatives to be successful is for communities to actively get involved. Police, Corrections, Healthcare, Social Services, Educators, Families, and Advocates must collaborate to make communities strong, safe and healthy environments where everyone can recover and live in wellness. Get in touch to learn more about Crisis Intervention Team (C.I.T) trainings and community collaboration.
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Our organization always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making Mental Health Crisis Response Institute an even better Non-Profit Training Organization than it already is. We want to provide you with the correct and appropriate information pertaining to your mode of support, so don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions.
"What I can tell you is that over a career in law enforcement involving investigating numerous vulnerable cases, many of them with mental illness, 10 years on the SWAT team as a negotiator, and dealing with numerous citizens with severe mental illness, the best training I have received to deal with a person in a mental health crisis has been the C.I.T. training from the Mental Health Crisis Response Institute. That is why I'm as passionate about this training as I am."
Jon Christianson, MHCRI CIT Trainer and Coach
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Training Program of the Barbara Schneider Foundation
Mark Anderson - Executive Director
2419 Nicollet Ave S.
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Training Program of the
Barbara Schneider Foundation