#RealTimeCrisis at #CACP #MHCC #MHPolice Conference Saving & Improving Lives Using Relationships & Technology

Toronto Street Nurse Anne Marie Batten presented her vision of Real Time Crisis Intervention at joint Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police & Mental Health Commission of Canada mental health conference at Fairmont Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Ontario Canada

Toronto Street Nurse Anne Marie Batten presented her vision of Real Time Crisis Intervention at joint Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police & Mental Health Commission of Canada Mental Health conference at Fairmont Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Ontario Canada

Real Time Crisis Intervention is a not for profit Canadian corporation with the goal of improving and saving lives using relationships and technology.

"Listening More, Talking Less" Read what Real Time Crisis Intervention is in April/2014 RCMP Gazette. Special thank you to RCMP Ontario Social Media Specialist Jean Turner for making this article happen

“Listening More, Talking Less” Read what Real Time Crisis Intervention is in April/2014 RCMP Gazette. Special thank you to RCMP Ontario Social Media Specialist Jean Turner for making this article happen

For a complete overview of what “Real Time Crisis Intervention” is “Listening More & Talking Less” please read April/2014 RCMP Gazette article written by Real Time Crisis founder, Toronto street nurse Anne Marie Batten by clicking here.

For a few pics of the conference click here:

Review presentation slides from the March/2014 conference here:

Ricardo Araujo volunteers for Real Time Crisis intervention regularly monitoring Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram and any other social media platform that  a crisis occurs in to help save and improve lives. Ricardo joined Nurse Anne Marie Batten and Constable Scott Mills at the Joint CACP/MHHC Mental Health Conference presentation

Ricardo Araujo volunteers for Real Time Crisis intervention regularly monitoring Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram and any other social media platform that a crisis occurs in to help save and improve lives. Ricardo joined Nurse Anne Marie Batten and Constable Scott Mills at the Joint CACP/MHHC Mental Health Conference presentation

Special thank you to Youth In Policing Initiative Program Assistant at Toronto Police Service Ricardo Araujo for attention to detail as a volunteer with Real Time Crisis in preparing and presenting this presentation.

There was amazing information shared at the 2 conference by a number of very valuable contributors.

To review all presenters’ presentation slides click on the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police website here:

For a storify that we keep updating form this conference click here:

For further inquiries about Real Time Crisis Intervention please contact Anne Marie Batten at RealTimeCrisis@gmail.com or visit the Real Time Crisis Intervention website RealTimeCrisis.org

"Saving & Improving Lives" Real Time Crisis Intervention is a not for profit company started in 2013 by a Toronto based street nurse named Anne Marie Batten with the goal of 24/7 professional crisis intervention using social media tools to reduce 911 police/ambulance calls for service & visits to Emergency Depts at hospitals for mental health related crisis

“Saving & Improving Lives” Real Time Crisis Intervention is a not for profit company started in 2013 by a Toronto based street nurse named Anne Marie Batten with the goal of 24/7 professional crisis intervention using social media tools to reduce 911 police/ambulance calls for service & visits to Emergency Depts at hospitals for mental health related crisis

Real Time Crisis goal is to connect real time professionals in real time interventions

Real Time Crisis goal is to connect real time professionals in real time interventions

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