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Mental Health Emergency Response
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It’s been one hundred days, a popular time to check in on any newly implemented program per legislators. So, what’s the deal?
This year, we hosted our 13th annual Rave Summit virtually. This year’s theme was all about building resilience together. We were excited to welcome more than 1,600 critical communications and safety professionals from industries who shared innovative strategies for keeping their communities, campuses, and employees safe and informed.
After years of efforts from mental health advocates, the official launch of the nation’s mental health hotline, 988, is set to launch on July 16th.
61% of K-12 respondents and 59% of higher education respondents noted that mental health is their number one concern (K-12 schools) and number two (higher education) safety concern for the upcoming school year.
For nearly two decades, Rave Mobile Safety has been closely following active shooter incidents and trying to identify how we can help reduce the likelihood or at least mitigate the impact of these events.
Last month, the U.S. Department of Treasury released the final rules for states, counties, and municipalities to use to spend their funds awarded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
Companies must foster resiliency and create a continuity plan that protects employees and operations. But what’s the difference between continuity and resiliency?
Tornadoes can occur anywhere. Because there is little warning, preparing a tactical disaster response is the key to keeping communities safe.