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Free upcoming CIP training

The Door County League of Women Voters helped bring a program called Crisis Intervention Partner training to Door County. This program will help members of the community better understand how to interact and understand people who are experiencing mental health crises. Some people in attendance will be police officers from Door and Kewaunee Counties, dispatchers and community members. Helen Bacon, the Alder for District one of Sturgeon Bay and a League of Women’s Voters member describes what impact she is hoping this training will bring to the community.



This program follows a three year study done by the League of Women Voters on mental health and substance abuse in the county. The hope is that this training will help provide professionals and family members with the tools needed to understand the complicated or difficult parts of mental health. This will be a two-day program taking place on April 12th and 13th. If you are interested in attending this training you can email Helen Bacon

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