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Carter Center Has Now Trained 93 Law Enforcement Officers in Crisis Intervention

Carter Center Has Now Trained 93 Law Enforcement Officers in Crisis Intervention

The Carter Center Mental Health Program completed its latest crisis intervention training for 19 officers, which now means the program has trained 93 total law enforcement officers from the Liberia National Police, the Liberia Immigration Service, and the Bureau of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

Carter Center Trains Officers in Mental Health Crisis Intervention

The Carter Center Mental Health Program has ended five days of training for law enforcement officers drawn from the Liberia National Police, the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization, and the Bureau of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

Hope for Mental Health: A Resilient System of Care Built in Margibi

The issue of mental health in Liberia still remains a problem particularly after the 14 years of civil crisis, with most traditional healers in Liberia believing that mental health related issues are caused by demonic possession or witchcraft.

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