The Crisis Response/De-Escalation Peer Learning Team meets MONTHLY on the 2nd Tuesday of every month from 2-3:30 and is a newly merged team of practitioners throughout Ramsey County who are dedicated to addressing gaps and creating a more coordinated interdisciplinary approach to children's crisis response across multiple sectors (i.e. schools, mental health agencies, hospitals, emergency response, county services, and sheriff/police). This includes mental health and chemical health crisis responses.
The Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative (SRFC) and the Ramsey County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative (RCCMHC) co-facilitates this meeting and the subcommittees and post-meeting actions that emerge from these discussions. Together, we learn how to build a more cohesive and collaborative team that coordinates our crisis response strategies to address emergent needs, gaps and system changes in the community.