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  • 10 Oct 2022 1:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    CoRCon 2023 Call for Presentations is LIVE! Find out more information about submitting a presentation proposal here.

  • 10 Oct 2022 1:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    View the October ICRA Newsletter online here.

  • 30 Aug 2022 12:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    View the ICRA August Newsletter online here.

  • 21 Dec 2021 1:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The #CoRCon 2022 theme is Make It Matter!  While we are taught to triage calls for service based on acuity, the reality of running a co-responder program is that all of "it" matters - the team, your response, your funding, your data, your assessment, and safety.  For CoRCon 2022, we invite you to reflect upon the meaning of community safety and identify ways others may build upon the successes your community has had in responding to behavioral health emergencies.  We are excited to come together and learn how you Make It Matter in your community. 

    Conference Proposals

    Practitioners and subject matter experts are encouraged to submit presentation proposals for 60-minute breakout sessions by February 11, 2022.  Presentation topics may include unique ways of implementing co-responder programs, lessons learned along the way, and approaches to maintaining wellness and retention of team members.  Our CoRCon 2022 Planning Committee is seeking innovative presentations rather than general program overviews and preference will be given as such. 

    Preconference Workshop Proposals

    The Planning Committee also invites subject matter experts to submit presentation proposals for the half-day Preconference Workshop!  At last year's conference, the safety of co-responders was a widely discussed topic and voiced concern.  The Preconference Workshop will focus on first responder and co-responder safety.  Our CoRCon 2022 Planning Committee is seeking unique presentations on topics such as protective tactics, situational awareness, and safety while operating within a co-responder program.

    Presentation Submission

  • 8 Nov 2021 5:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Early bird registration is open. Register for #CoRCon 2022 HERE!

  • 7 Oct 2021 11:26 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Early bird registration will open on November 1, 2021.  The conference will again be in-person only, and the planning committee will follow all applicable public health guidelines.

    Sign up here to receive updates and make sure you don't miss out when registration opens!


  • 7 Oct 2021 11:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Mark Your Calendars

    Did you hear that the National Co-Responder Conference is taking a road trip?  The International Co-Responder Alliance and the Chapel Hill Police Department invite first responder agencies, mental health providers, community stakeholders, elected officials, and other service providers to save the date for the 3rd Annual National Co-Responder Conference.

    Monday, June 6 - Wednesday, June 8, 2022

    The Carolina Inn, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

    Stay up to date on everything ICRA and #CoRCon 2022 by subscribing to email updates.


  • 7 Sep 2021 3:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please join us in welcoming the inaugural International Co-Responder Alliance Board of Directors! 

    Chair - Jessica Murphy
    Johnson County (KS) Mental Health Center

    Vice Chair- Sarah Abbott
    Center for Crisis Response and Behavioral Health (MA)

    Secretary-  Megan Johnson
    Chapel Hill, NC Police Dept. Crisis Unit

    Treasurer- Robert McKeirnan
    Olathe, KS Police Dept. Advanced Crisis Intervention Team

    Board Members-

    Andrew Cooper Colorado Springs, CO Fire Dept. Community Response Team

    Annie Burwell Williamson County, TX EMS Mobile Outreach

    Brian Schaeffer
    Spokane, WA Fire Dept.

    CharMayne Jackson
    Meridian Behavioral Healthcare (FL)

    Jay Kernkamp
    Spokane, WA Police Dept. Co-Responder Teams

    Kim Hendrickson
    Poulsbo, WA Housing, Health, and Human Services

    Lindsay Kroll
    Omaha, NE Police Dept. Behavioral Health and Wellness Unit

    Robert Cook
    Larimer County, CO Sheriff's Office Co-Responder Team

    We want to thank everyone from the exemplary programs across the US that expressed interest in the board positions and the support from those of you that attended CoRCon 2020 and 2021 as the board formed.

    The board is excited to work with you as we all learn together,  support one another, and help build programs in new areas looking to provide these effective and timely resources in their community. 

    Welcome to YOUR Alliance!

    Stay tuned for ICRA membership information coming soon!


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