April 2008: Vol. 3, Issue 4
Contributor: Ron Honberg
This month, the national CIT Advisory Group met in Atlanta and took the first steps toward the creation of a national organization dedicated to the promotion of CIT. The group is applying for non-profit status for a new organization, which will be called "CIT International," in recognition of the existence of CIT programs in
As part of the ongoing development of NAMI’s CIT Advocacy Toolkit, the
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