For Crisis 24/7/365 • Call 855-581-8111 • Text 855-895-8398 Visit
Cass • Fremont • Harrison • Mills • Monona • Montgomery • Page • Pottawattamie • Shelby
September 11 to September 15, 2023
8:00am to 4:30pm
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Registration for Law Enforcement and First Responders only.

Don't miss out on this transformational training opportunity!

SolutionPoint+ offers the premier Crisis Intervention Training in the nation. Our instructors are both active and former law enforcement officers, experts in mental health, de-escalation, and officer wellness. This 40-hour training is FREE to all first responders in the region, thanks to a partnership with your local Mental Health & Disability Services Region leadership.

Note: This training is for law enforcement/first responders only.


Cancellation Policy

It is our goal to provide trainings as scheduled. If a training is cancelled for any reason the region will attempt to email registered participants as well as post the change on the trainings page of the region website.

The region is committed to providing quality training experiences. When a registered participant does not attend it often prevents another participant from having the opportunity. Please call us at 712-328-5645 by 12:00 pm the day prior to the training if needed to cancel a registration. If the training is on a Monday please contact us by 12 pm on Friday. If the aforementioned notice is not given you will be charged a minimum of $25.00 (this includes trainings with no registration fee).

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Council Bluffs Police Department
1 Ezra Jackson Way
Council Bluffs, IA

For More Information
Danelle Bruce
(712) 623-6541
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