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NEW! ACTION line

(Adult Crisis Telephone Intervention and Options Network)

For adults in distress who are 18 years of age or older

Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Call

1-800-HOPE-135 (1-800.467.3135)

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2-1-1

Crisis Services for Youth

For children under age 18, call 2-1-1.

Devices

Access Line

For 24/7 access to substance use treatment, including detox and transportation, call the Access Line at 1-800-563-4086.

DMHAS Office of the Commissioner Contacts

Nydia Rios-Benitez, LPC, EBP Division Director,
860-418-6816, [email protected]

Erika Cruz, LCSW, EBP Behavioral Health Clinical Manager,
860-418-6886, [email protected]

Dana Begin, OTR/L, MPA, EBP Behavioral Health Program Manager,
860-418-6863, [email protected]

ADULT MOBILE CRISIS SERVICES

Definition of a Crisis

A mental health and/or substance use/addiction crisis is defined by the individual. “…Self-definition of a crisis is a fundamental part of a recovery-oriented, trauma–informed approach” (Development Services Group to SAMHSA-State-Level Approaches to Building Crisis Response Systems, July 2015)

Mission Statement

To provide persons in distress (crisis) immediate access to a continuum of crisis response services and/or supports of their choice including, mobile clinical services and community supports; to promote the prevention of crises among persons and families; and to provide postvention activities that support persons in developing a meaningful sense of belonging in their communities.

Population

The DMHAS Mobile Crisis Service serves all adults in the State of Connecticut who are 18 years of age or older.

Mobile Crisis Teams

Mobile Crisis Team staff provide immediate assistance to people in distress by identifying optionsand resources that meet the unique needs expressed by the individual. The Mobile Crisis Teams are mostly located across the DMHAS Local Mental Health Authority (LMHA) Network and DMHAS funds and operates MCT services throughout the state. MCT services are mobile, readily accessible, short term services for individuals and families experiencing acute mental health and/or substance use/addiction crises offered in a rapid response framework. MCT aim to promote the prevention of crises among persons and families and postvention activities that support persons in developing a meaningful sense of belonging in their communities. Mobile Crisis Teams are comprised of a multidisciplinary team which may include licensed master’s level social workers, licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, peer support specialists, nurses, mental health workers and psychologists.

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Program Services

  • Outreach & Education
  • Assessment & Evaluation
  • Telephone support
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Critical Incident Debriefing
  • Information & Referrals
  • Follow-up services
  • Safety Planning
  • Consultation Services
  • Prevention and Postvention

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)

CIT is a best practice designed to provide law enforcement with training on resources to connect persons in a mental health/substance use crisis to community supports and services. It is also a partnership between local police and the community mental health/substance use services network to jointly respond to crises in the community. The goal of CIT is to reduce the need for arrest in favor of referrals to appropriate treatment resources and supports, and, to promote safety for persons in crisis, the community and the police. Every mobile crisis team has CIT trained clinicians who work collaboratively with law enforcement, providing mental health evaluation and recommendations when responding to crisis calls. The CT Alliance to Benefit Law Enforcement (CABLE) is the organization responsible for providing basic and advanced CIT training in the State of Connecticut to law enforcement officers and mental health professionals. CIT training emphasizes person-centered, recovery-oriented approaches and interventions and prepares participants to recognize and respond to various mental health and addiction crisis, including trauma; develop effective communication and connection skills; and, identify strategies for police officers to partner with mobile crisis team clinicians who can follow up on calls to ensure that an individual in distress is offered the supports and services of their choice.

Mobile Crisis Response Learning Collaborative

The Mobile Crisis Response Learning Collaborative was established in March 2020 and began with a full day kick-off event hosted at the Connecticut Women’s Consortium in Hamden, CT. Over 100 mobile crisis team directors, managers and staff were in attendance. The state-operated and private non-profit mobile crisis team providers continue to meet on the first Wednesday of each month. The MCRLC Planning Committee meets periodically to discuss topics of interest, identify presenters and develop meeting agendas. Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) trained officers and clinicians join the MCRLC quarterly to focus on conversations specific to law enforcement and crisis services.

NEW! ACTION line (Adult Crisis Telephone Interventions and Options Network)

The United Way of Connecticut (UWC), in partnership with the CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS), has established the Adult Telephone Intervention and Options Network (ACTION) line for adults 18 years of age or older who are in the community and in the midst of a psychiatric or emotional crisis for which an immediate response may be required.

The ACTION line is a centralized phone number answered by 2-1-1 staff trained to offer an array of supports and options to individuals in distress, including: telephonic support, referrals and information about community resources and services; warm-transfer to the Mobile Crisis Team (MCT) of their area; and when necessary, direct connection to 911.

The ACTION line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year (24/7/365) with the availability of multilingual staff or interpreters as needed. The centralized line is available to provide after-hours coverage for mobile crisis providers throughout the state

The services and supports offered through the ACTION line are available to all residents of Connecticut at no financial cost to the caller.

The ACTION line team is comprised of dedicated contact specialists, licensed clinicians and a peer support specialist with lived experience with mental health and substance use/addiction.

The DMHAS mobile crisis teams and ACTION Line staff work in collaboration with family members, peer-run organizations, faith-based communities, law enforcement, and other civic and community organizations to ensure that persons in distress and their families/friends/supporters have the support and resources they need within their local community.

United Way of CT meets and exceeds the highest national standards for a call center. It is a National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL) provider that maintains national accreditations from the Alliance for Information and Referral Services (AIRS) and the American Association of Suicidology (AAS).

ACTION Line Resources

Other Resources

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10 November 2020

The mobile call termination (MCT) market review covers the wholesale service provided by a mobile communications provider to connect a call to a recipient on its network.

Below you can find details of the outcomes of our market review, with links to corresponding documents.

Charge ceiling for wholesale MCT 2019-20

Published 29 January 2019

Ofcom has calculated the nominal charge ceiling applicable under SMP Condition M2.3, for the period from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 (the Second Relevant Period), to be 0.479 pence per minute. This is the amount that Ofcom will use for monitoring compliance with the wholesale mobile call termination charge control[1] ('the control'). We are publishing this today following the publication of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for December 2018, on 16 January 2019.

Wholesale mobile voice call termination (MCT) is the service necessary for a network operator to connect a caller with the intended recipient of a call on a different mobile network. The control sets a charge ceiling (see SMP Condition M2.2 and M2.3)[2] expressed in pence per minute, that limits the amounts that the four national mobile operators can charge other communication providers for MCT.

Ofcom undertook to publish the nominal cap prior to the start of each control year (see paragraphs 1.19, 4.174 and 6.30 of the 2018 Statement). Since the control uses an CPI-X formula, it is only possible to calculate the charge ceiling (in nominal terms) once the CPI has been published.

[1] See Mobile call termination statement, 27 March 2018.

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[2] See Mobile call termination statement, Annex 4, Schedule 2, Part 3.

Charge ceiling for wholesale MCT 2020-21

Published 15 January 2020

Ofcom has calculated the nominal charge ceiling applicable under SMP Condition M2.3, for the period from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021 (the Third Relevant Period), to be 0.468 pence per minute. This is the amount that Ofcom will use for monitoring compliance with the wholesale mobile call termination charge control[1] ('the control'). We are publishing this today following the publication of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for December 2019, on 15 January 2020.

Wholesale mobile voice call termination (MCT) is the service necessary for a network operator to connect a caller with the intended recipient of a call on a different mobile network. The control sets a charge ceiling (see SMP Condition M2.2 and M2.3)[2] expressed in pence per minute, that limits the amounts that the four national mobile operators can charge other communication providers for MCT.

Ofcom undertook to publish the nominal cap prior to the start of each control year (see paragraphs 1.19, 4.174 and 6.30 of the 2018 Statement). Since the control uses an CPI-X formula, it is only possible to calculate the charge ceiling (in nominal terms) once the CPI has been published.

[1] See Mobile call termination statement (PDF, 1.4 MB), 27 March 2018.

[2] See Mobile call termination statement, Annex 4, Schedule 2, Part 3 (PDF, 2.2 MB).

From 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018(*)

From 1 April 2018 (*)

From 1 June 2018 (*)

From 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 (*)

From 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021 (*)

Nominal prices

0.495

0.495

0.489

0.479

0.468

Real (2015/16 prices)

n/a

n/a

0.468

0.449

0.433

Value of X in CPI-X formula

n/a

n/a

n/a

4.1%

3.7%

(*) MTR cap applies to all mobile communication providers as listed in the 2018 MCT statement.

For background on the caps, see our final statement setting out the conclusion of our review of the wholesale MCT markets 2018-2021.

Previous reviews and Regulations can be accessed from the National Archives.