In March 2015, the National Council for Behavioral Health asked its 2,300 members to participate in a critical and time-sensitive survey of crisis programs.
The survey had two main goals:
- to collect information and learn more about the crisis services provided in the United States; and
- to learn about the needs of the community mental health center programs that provide crisis services.
What did members report? Check out the Summary of Findings for the scope of services offered and the barriers that challenge the success of crisis services programs.