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Role of Peers and Family Members in CIT MP3

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The Role of Peers and Family Members in Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) Grand Couteau Supporting the Recovery of Another, Living Well with a Mental Health Condition NAMI membersboth peers and family membersplay a vital part in a successful CIT program. This workshop will help participants gauge whether their CIT program is including peers and family members effectivelyand if not, provide strategies for how to contribute to a communitys success by involving their unique perspective. Paton Blough, Mental Health Advocate and Speaker, Greenville, S.C. Sam Cochran, Major (ret.) Co-Chairman, CIT International Board of Directors, Bartlett, Tenn. Laura Usher, Senior Manager, Criminal Justice and Advocacy, NAMI, Arlington, Va.
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