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Wellness City Voice April 2018

Durham Wellness City enjoyed another lively visit from the current class of Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) trainees. CIT is a program designed to improve the way law enforcement and other first responders (EMS, Fire, Campus Security, 911 Operators, etc.) respond to people experiencing mental health or substance use challenges.

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University Police Join Durham’s Crisis Intervention Team

Three NCCU police officers completed a 40-hour course of specialized training in mental illness and crisis intervention techniques offered by the Durham Police Department in conjunction with the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The officers are now part of the Durham area Crisis Intervention Team (CIT).