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SBS 348 - Responding to Mental Health Crisis in the Community


This course explores history and models of mental health focused on the ability of individuals with mental illness to function successfully in the community. The course will assist students in developing an understanding of crisis intervention perspectives, including knowledge of the following: risk factors and precipitating events; available emergency community resources and associated obstacles to access to these services; effects of psychological trauma as it pertains to the impact on the community; what it means to be culturally competent; and how we work with various vulnerable populations within a community setting.

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Credits: 3

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Course Type: Social & Behavioral Sciences



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