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RMCP | A Leader is Crisis Work Nationwide

A Proud Partner & Collaborator

As leaders in high-quality crisis services, RMCP is committed to contributing to the fields of crisis work and suicidology nationally. Our contributions focus on two areas: service and producing knowledge in the field.

Our service contributions are invested in sharing our expertise by developing a strong presence in statewide and national coalitions and committees that support the development of crisis work and suicide intervention. Because RMCP staff members have individualized subject matter expertise, we encourage them to engage in knowledge production through conference and academic publication, as well as presenting, training, and contributing to articles and other media.

American Association of Suicidology Crisis Center Accreditation

Certifying service delivery programs are performing according to nationally recognized standards and model program excellence to other agencies and professionals.

Colorado Certified Peer & Family Specialist Approved Training

Establishment and recognition of basic standards and credibility of the peer profession with consumers, employers, funders, and the general public as set by the International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC).

Community & Field Engagement

RMCP participates in the the conversations that matter:

American Association of Suicidology Committees: Diversity, Technology & Innovation

Colorado’s Suicide Prevention Commission Lived Experience Seat

State of Colorado Opiate Committees

COPA Board

Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado

International Association of Peer Supporters Supervisor Committee

Colorado Certified Peer & Family Specialist Board Members

This is a time for a National Conversation

National / Conference Presentations and Appearances

Alternatives 2018 Innovation in Telephonic Peer Support:

Developing and Growing Integrated Peer Support and Crisis Services

American Association of Suicidology 2018:

Surviving Both: Understanding, Supporting, and Learning from People who have Survived Suicide Losses and Attempts
Innovations in Integration of Crisis Services and Peer Support

American Association of Suicidology 2019:

Presenting a New Approach to Supporting Familiar Voices on a Joint Peer Support & Crisis Line
Critical Suicidology: Moving from Individual Pathology to Collective Understanding
Epistemology and the Use of Involuntary Interventions with Suicidal People
Restrictive Interventions: Tensions among Lived Experience, Legal Obligations, and Clinical Judgment
Open Data in Suicide Research
Training Experiences at Crisis Centers
Thought Leader Session: Liberating Suicidology from Coercion

Bridging the Divide:

Keynote Session: Psychiatric Justice for Survivors of Suicide Attempts


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