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You are invited to complete a brief survey regarding mobile response services. Your feedback will help determine whether Indiana children, families, and communities would benefit from mobile response when there is an urgent behavioral health concern.

Here is a little bit of background:

The Indiana Commission on Improving the Status of Children has a Mental Health and Substance Abuse (MHSA) Task Force to address the needs of children in the Indiana. One of the goals under this task force is to evaluate availability and access to evidence based behavioral health services across the state.

The Mobile Response Subcommittee is reviewing practices that would make services more accessible, available, and timely. Mobile Response Stabilization is one of the services under review. It would provide support to children and families in crisis – as defined by the individual child or family – within their home and community.

Please take a moment to fill out this survey. We appreciate your response!




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