Press Releases

Press Releases

Mental Health Weekly,” a monthly health magazine for decision makers, published an article of national acclaim on October 27, 2014 naming the SPIRIT platform as the “innovative solution for curbing Mental Health, Domestic Violence and Homelessness issues.”

A collaboration of Las Vegas–based agencies is at the heart of an initiative to provide a real-time technological platform for law enforcement, social service and provider agencies to provide necessary tools and resources to help curb homelessness and mental health problems in Nevada’s Clark County. SPIRIT (Suppression, Prevention, Intervention, Referral, Intelligence Tool) Inc. has entered into an agreement with the Clark County Department of Social Service that will take effect Nov. 17. Agencies such as WestCare, a nonprofit provider organization, and law enforcement will have access to community partner referral sources in real-time, assessment tools, accountability checkpoints, secure community portals, and reporting mechanisms, all within a collaborative tool to assist those in the community needing help.  Read the Article in its entirety -

Mental Health Weekly

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