Options for families and friends of persons with mental illness; Including calling 911. Scottsdale Police Department CIT Officer Mark Stephens and PCIS Natalie Summit. Family and Friends are Important. Have a Crisis Plan in place at home, in the car, or at work
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Options for families and friends of persons with mental illness; Including calling 911
Scottsdale Police Department
CIT Officer Mark Stephens and PCIS Natalie Summit
Tell the FM, “I need help, I am not able to help you. I am going to call 911 for help. Please help me use the crisis plan we have discussed to prepare for this moment.”
Simply remove yourself from the situation and Dial 911.
You may decide to NOT intervene.
If you need to call 911 because you feel unsafe or can not manage the situation, Call 911. This is not a failure on your part.
Crisis Intervention Trained (CIT) Officer Mark Stephens
480-312-5859Police Crisis Intervention Specialist (PCIS) Natalie Summit