The Crisis Intervention Association of Pennsylvania

Representing Mental Health Interests in Pennsylvania Since 1973

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2013/2014 Dues
Membership dues for 2013/2014 are currently due. If you haven't already done so, please make sure your dues are current so that you can take advantage of a discounted rate at the Annual
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September-12-2013
 
CIAP Membership Application
The Crisis Intervention Association of Pennsylvania is now accepting Membership Applications for the 2013/2014 Year. CIAP is actively recruiting new mem
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September-12-2013
 
State-Wide Diredtory now available
CIAP is pleased to make available to Members only, a searchable directory of contact information for each of the counties in Pennsylvania. You can view the directory online or download the
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September-12-2013
 
Podcast: Helping children and Youth Cope in the Aftermath of Disasters
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March-4-2013

 

The Crisis Intervention Association of Pennsylvania is activately seeking proposals for workshops for our annual conference at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and Spa on November 5 - 6 2014. For more information email Leslie Pahler at leslie@washcomm.net 

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The Crisis Intervention Association of Pennsylvania was organized in 1973. It is an  organization with a broad range of members from Professionals, Physicians, Crisis Intervention Workers, and Disaster Responders to people who merely have an interest in the field of crisis intervention or Mental Health Emergency Services.

The mission of the Association is to promote and enhance quality crisis services for individuals, families and the communities in Pennsylvania. The Association provides a forum for open communication between crisis intervention providers and other mental health professionals statewide.

The Crisis Intervention Association acts as an advocate and provides a unified voice, both at the state and regional level to participate in and influence the development of legislation and regulations which impact crisis intervention services.

The Association provides and promotes opportunities for crisis intervention education, training and conferences.

The Association currently meets quarterly

 


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