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Watch: Help is here for youth in crisis

Youth co-response teams are available to respond to every school in Douglas County

Posted on September 20, 2023 2023News and Events



Social media, school, sports, friends, family. Multiple pressures naturally lead to a level of stress for anyone, including our youth. And sometimes, just like for the adults in their lives, our young people need a helping hand.

At the ready when our youngest residents need them the most are two Youth Community Response Teams (CRTs) — a local law enforcement officer paired with a mental health professional — who focus solely on a young person in crisis right where they are – including at every school – public, private and charter – in Douglas County.

Watch this video and learn how CRTs connect with our community’s youth.

Read more about all of Douglas County’s co-response teams on our webpage, in honor of Co-Responders and Crisis Clinicians Week in Douglas County Sept. 18 – 24.

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