Hamilton County
Crisis Intervention Team
news & updates
February 2022
Happy New Year from all of us at Hamilton County CIT and MHANKYSWOH!
Hamilton County is searching for a CIT Co-Coordinator!
Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) link police and community mental health partners to assist persons in behavioral crises in the community and to link them to services. The CIT Co-Coordinator is a law enforcement officer appointed by the Hamilton County CIT Team that assists with implementing and sustaining CIT within the community. The CIT Co-Coordinator serves as an advocate and community liaison representing both law enforcement and other community partnerships to the citizens. 

Applications are due by February 21, 2022. The Co-Coordinator will be announced March 1, 2022.
CIT Success Stories
Do you have a success story of how CIT has worked in your community?
Do you have an officer who shows outstanding CIT work in the community??
Please let us know- we would love to provide recognition and a thank you! 
Congratulations, December & January CIT Graduates!
CIT Graduates!
CIT for Emergency Communications trained 19 emergency professionals including call takers, dispatchers and police clerks from Forest Park, Woodlawn and Cincinnati Emergency Communications Center.

In December the CIT team trained the Cincinnati Police Department's 111th academy class with 47 graduates, our largest class to date!
In January the CIT program held the 40-hour course with 22 attendees from 11 different departments!

Congrats to all of our December and January graduates, thank you so much for attending!
Mental Health First Aid
MHA is pleased to offer Mental Health First Aid for Public Safety! Mental Health First Aid can be an introduction to mental health or be used as an alternative for those who are unable to attend the 40-hour CIT due to scheduling or staffing shortages.
Click the picture or scan the QR code to find out how to attend Mental Health First Aid for FREE!
CIT and Advanced CIT courses are FREE for Hamilton County First Responders!