2021 CIT International - The Virtual Conference
October 1, 2021 - January 31, 2022
View all the recorded workshops and general sessions from the 2021 CIT International In Person Conference.
CIT International has delayed the start of the Virtual Conference viewing until October 1, 2021. This was due to unexpected delays in preparing all of the recorded general and workshop sessions. You will still have 3 full months of viewing these sessions as we have extended the virtual conference until January 31, 2022. We appreciate your understanding for this delay.
NOTE: If you were registered for the in person conference and paid you automatically will have access to the virtual conference.
MEET THE 2021 CIT INTERNATIONAL
CIT International's Executive Director Supplies a Foreword from a Global Crisis Intervention Team Perspective
Did you know we have a Spanish tab? Look at the top of our menu bar and check out En Español.
Did you know that CIT International now has a process to certify CIT Programs? Do you want your program to be one of the first to climb the ranking ladder? Look here for more information CIT Program Certification.
We just received a new shipment of Implementation Guides. Do you need to order a large volume so all your partners understand what it takes to be a successful CIT partner? We are here for you!
Have you heard our CIT Coordinator Certification Course is transitioning to an online platform? Now you can receive the certification directly from your desk. Watch our page and NEWS BLAST for status updates.
Speaking of the NEWS BLAST, did you know that we send out a weekly email with the latest and greatest? Are you signed up to receive these? If not, it's never to late to jump on board.
OPEN LETTER IN RESPONSE TO THE PRESIDENT'S EXECUTIVE ORDER ON SAFE POLICING FOR SAFE COMMUNITIES
CIT International, Inc. aspires to be a leader in promoting safe and humane responses to those experiencing a mental health crisis.
To promote community collaboration using the CIT Program to assist people living with mental illness and/or addiction who are in crisis.