This training will present the core Mobile Response Stabilization Service (MRSS) model and components. MRSS is a mobile stabilization intervention for youth, young adults, and their families who are experiencing a behavioral or mental health crisis. The purpose of the program is to serve children in their homes, schools, and communities, reduce the number of visits to hospital emergency rooms, divert children from inpatient hospitalization if a lower level of care is a safe and effective alternative, and decrease the number of unnecessary arrests in school or in the community.
This training will present MRSS crisis de-escalation, crisis stabilization, crisis prevention, and safety planning skills and strategies for youth, young adults, and their families who are experiencing a behavioral or mental health crisis. Participants will learn safety planning for youth with SED, crisis stabilization and de-escalation strategies for youth with SED and their families, and proactive safety planning to decrease future crises from occurring.
REGISTER for Any and All Sessions HERE The MRSS Learning Community is a semi-structured group learning environment that offers a mix of didactic learning, applied case consultation, reflective discussion, and peer to peer learning opportunities. Learning community is focused on the MRSS standards and practice applications. Target audience: MRSS staff, supervisors/leadership. Hosted on the 3rd ... Read more