Get Involved! Help expand crisis services in Jackson County
Interested in getting involved in helping to develop mobile crisis services in the Rogue Valley? We are looking for community members to participate in the Community Engagement Committee of the Crisis Response Network to improve crisis services in Jackson County. Fill out this form and we will reach out to get you plugged in!
The Community Engagement Committee (CEC) is at the heart of the transformation of the current Behavioral Health system.
The purpose of the CEC is to gather input from those who use the crisis systems (aka “the community”) and provide that feedback to the Crisis Response Network (CRN) Planning Committee to be used in the redesign of the system that provides services for mental health or substance-use crises. The CEC meets weekly to provide feedback from the community regarding any large proposals from the CRN and may give feedback, as a Committee, on smaller proposals/grant applications.
Who are the members?
Anyone is welcome to attend our meetings; however, we particularly invite those who have been historically excluded from these processes (people of color, people living with mental illness, people who have been incarcerated, people who identify as queer / non-binary / gender minorities, etc) to participate at all stages of the design process.