NAMI Idaho Falls, in partnership with the Police Department, Idaho Falls Fire Department (EMS), EasternIdahoRegionalMedicalCenter, and the BehavioralHealthCenter, will host Idaho’s first CIT training in February. The program is also supported by a variety of other partners at the state and local level. The program plans to conduct evaluation research in cooperation with IdahoStateUniversity’s Institute of Rural Health. To learn more, read KIDK.com News or contact NAMI Idaho Falls Executive Director Kim Jardine–Dickerson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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