Director of Centre County Office of Adult Services, Natalie Corman speaks during the meeting. The Centre County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) hosted a statewide meeting on Friday, March 14, 2014, at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center in State College. CIT is a partnership between police, EMS, Emergency Communications, mental health agencies, advocates, The National Alliance for The Mentally Ill and the correctional facility that provides a law enforcement-based crisis invention and de-escalation response to situations involving persons in crisis.
Director of Centre County Office of Adult Services, Natalie Corman speaks during the meeting. The Centre County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) hosted a statewide meeting on Friday, March 14, 2014, at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center in State College. CIT is a partnership between police, EMS, Emergency Communications, mental health agencies, advocates, The National Alliance for The Mentally Ill and the correctional facility that provides a law enforcement-based crisis invention and de-escalation response to situations involving persons in crisis. CDT photo
Director of Centre County Office of Adult Services, Natalie Corman speaks during the meeting. The Centre County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) hosted a statewide meeting on Friday, March 14, 2014, at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center in State College. CIT is a partnership between police, EMS, Emergency Communications, mental health agencies, advocates, The National Alliance for The Mentally Ill and the correctional facility that provides a law enforcement-based crisis invention and de-escalation response to situations involving persons in crisis. CDT photo

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