Broadening our Understanding of Public Safety: How the LEAD Model Can Strengthen Stability

First Responders and Communities agree that we cannot arrest our way out of the consequences of unaddressed behavioral health issues. Research shows us that well resourced people and communities are more stable. This training will explore how the collaboration between entities in a LEAD initiative can bring resources into a community to further grow your response to poverty and behavioral health related law violations.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how the LEAD model fosters collaboration between community partners to push forward progress in multiple areas, outside of and related to LEAD. 
  • Learn how the presence of resources in a community helps stabilize the most vulnerable. 
  • Learn how communities are utilizing the LEAD coalition to identify and address broader community needs. 


To register for this class, contact your Training Manager to assign the training to you via Acadis.


Who can attend our classes?

Law enforcement, corrections, prosecutors, defense attorneys, community services


This course is guided by ESB 5476; 43.101.205