A Proud Supporter of the National Health Services Corps
At Crisis Preparation and Recovery (CPR), our focus has always been to serve others by providing behavioral health services to the community. We are excited to announce our support of the National Health Services Corps, a Federal Government Program that helps bring healthcare to those with limited access to care. The NHSC has over 9,500 providers serving those with limited access to care. The NHSC naturally aligns with CPR’s mission to be of service to others and the community, and we look forward to serving alongside this program.
Voted as one of the Best Places to Work in 2015 by the Phoenix Business Journal
Crisis Preparation and Recovery (CPR) is excited to announce it’s nomination and award for one the Best Places to Work of mid-sized in 2015 by the Phoenix Business Journal. This award is voted on solely by employees of CPR based off benefits, perks and the culture of the organization, which makes it a prestigious honor to receive. CPR is excited to share this honor with some of the best companies in the Phoenix-metro area. Thank you CPR employees for making us a “Best Place to Work” in 2015.
All-Hazards IMT Development & Sustainability
CPR is pleased to announce the addition of Incident Management Team development, sustainability and support to our Disaster and Crisis Management Services Division. With over 90 years combined hands on experience in Critical Incident Management, ICS and field response, our team of experts will help your organization be better prepared for whatever disaster affects your community. The experts at CPR have more than just classroom experience. They have used ICS and incident management principles in the real world during catastrophic events. They are able to share this experience using a common sense and practical approach, and will customize their programs to fit your needs.
CPR and Mesa Fire and Medical Behavioral Health Response
CPR has joined with Mesa Fire/Medical department in a program to provide a licensed master’s level behavioral health clinician on a MFMD vehicle. The 2 person crew ( Captain/Paramedic and a CPR licensed counselor) respond to 9-1-1 psychiatric and substance abuse calls. The goals are: to keep engine companies in services for higher level calls, reduce the number of unnecessary emergency department visits, reduce costs in transportation and hospital charges, and (most importantly) get the individual to the appropriate level of care in an expedient manner.