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