Please join us on Prison Pipeline on Monday, June 21st as we speak with Ebony Morgan, the Program Coordinator of Cahoots Mobile Street Response in Eugene, Oregon. Cahoots is a Mobile Crisis Response Team that receives calls diverted from emergency services. Cahoots works with people in crisis from mental health issues, substance abuse, and houselessness. The role of Cahoots is to de-escalate crisis situations and provide trauma-informed, client-centered care. Cahoots has been in operation in Eugene for more than 30 years. In spite of the success of Cahoots it is underfunded and can't pay workers a liveable wage. We talk with Ebony Morgan about the need for more stable funding for this successful program which has become a national model for programs that supplement community safety service plans.
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