New models for responding to mental and behavioral health crises are being implemented in communities across the U.S.
The suicide prevention lifeline will now be reachable by calling 988, as the nation pushes to make resources more accessible during mental health crises.
Co-response has been adopted in communities nationwide to create better outcomes during police encounters. But is it an alternative to police response?
In Chelsea the community navigators play a part in connecting individuals to services when experiencing mental or behavioral health crises.