Begun Center researchers write about improving behavioral health crisis response

The Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education’s Karen Flynn, senior research associate, Michelle Riske-Morris, senior research associate, David Hussey, research director, recently published work in the Journal of Community Psychology.

Titled “Opportunities to improve behavioral health crisis response: Results of a large urban county’s community status assessment,” their paper was a comprehensive community status assessment of an Ohio urban county’s crisis response (CR) system. The paper explored the experiences of its behavioral health services’ clients and providers to surface themes characterizing the system’s responsiveness and identifying opportunities for improvements.

Read the paper.