Mental Health Matters -
Alameda County, California
Crisis Intervention Training
Crisis Intervention Training, or CIT, is a program that trains police officers on how to better understand and interact with people who are having mental health crises. Join host Barbara Meyers as she chats with a police officer from the Oakland Police Department, a family member, and a consumer about this promising program.
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Modest Mussorgsky who lived with "fits of madness".