The State of Crisis Prevention and Intervention Training and What it Means for Your Staff


have grown considerably, leading many experts to worry about a potential rise in crisis situations such as suicidal ideation, overdoses, and domestic violence. What We Mean by Crisis Prevention and Intervention. What Our Survey Uncovered About Crisis Training.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Transitions to 988

Social Work Blog

As America faces a mental health crisis, the need for suicide prevention services is more imperative than ever. The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency has further exacerbated the need to improve access to crisis intervention services.


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Review: 101 Careers in Social Work - Third Edition (2019)

Michigan Girl's Café

101 Careers in Social Work - Third Edition (2019) by Jessica Ritter, Ann Obermann and Kirstin Lindsay Danhoff, is an expanded career guidebook that addresses the breath of the social work profession and the different career options available with a social work degree.

Crisis Prevention and Intervention in the Age of COVID-19


As such, crisis intervention and prevention has never been more top of mind. Left unaddressed, mental health conditions brought by this pandemic could spiral into crisis. But what crisis prevention and intervention measures can human services organizations provide?