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CCRT Debriefing Services

CCRT debriefing program includes post-incident support, including education and diffusion of emotional reactions and structured debriefing the event.  Debriefings are based on the Mitchell Method of CISD (Critical Incident Stress Debriefing) but adjusted to fit the needs of those seeking support.  The form of CISD utilized should depend upon how early the intervention is activated, the nature of the incident and who the audience of the debriefing will be.  The use of one format does not preclude the use of others for the same critical incident.    

What is a Critical Incident Stress Debriefing?

A structured group process usually conducted 24-72 hours after a critical incident.

  • An opportunity to process impactful event with individuals who were also impacted by the event.

  • A proven method of immediate mental and emotional support that helps with the processing of a critical event and reduces the incidence of PTSD around the event.

  • An opportunity to increase awareness on what to expect and look for in themselves, family members, friends or co-workers in the days or weeks following the event. Take-home educational materials will also be available to provide additional information.

  • CISD is not constitute any form of psychotherapy and it should never be utilized as a substitute for long-term psychotherapy.

Debriefing Activation

Any time it has been determined that a critical incident has occurred and intervention may be needed, a CCRT debrief can be requested.  

The request can be made either directly to the CCRT coordinator through email at support@routtcountycrisissupport.org or call our 24 hour phone line (970)546-0802 and press #3

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Therapeutic Support

Our therapeutic support team

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Community Member Support

Information regarding support for  community members or other health care workers

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Emergency Assistance

If you are a first responder looking to assist a community member following an emergency