DDS is in the process of reviewing the continuum of current safety net efforts and gathering input from stakeholders (individuals receiving services, families, providers, regional centers and vendors) on barriers and gaps in the array of crisis services available for adults and children/adolescents, and to identify what safety net services need to be expanded or developed. Your anonymous feedback will be used to inform the updated Safety Net Plan due to legislature by January 10, 2020.

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* 1. What do you see as the three biggest barriers/gaps in crisis services today? Think of this question in terms of:
  • Education/Outreach
  • Prevention/Pre-Crisis
  • Intervention (intermittent, less intensive needs)
  • Stabilization (protection of self/others, intensive needs)

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* 2. If applicable to your experience(s), what do you see as the three biggest barriers/gaps in crisis services specific to children and/or adolescents? Think of this question in terms of:
  • Education/Outreach
  • Prevention/Pre-Crisis
  • Intervention (intermittent, less intensive needs)
  • Stabilization (protection of self/others, intensive needs)

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* 3. What prevention services and crisis services should be expanded and/or developed? Think of this question in terms of:
  • Education/Outreach
  • Prevention/Pre-Crisis
  • Intervention (intermittent, less intensive needs)
  • Stabilization (protection of self/others, intensive needs)

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* 4. Please identify your top three suggestions/recommendations for crisis prevention and support services needed in your community. Think of this question in terms of:
  • Education/Outreach
  • Prevention/Pre-Crisis
  • Intervention (intermittent, less intensive needs)
  • Stabilization (protection of self/others, intensive needs)

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