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New York State to hold virtual Daniel’s Law task force meeting

The New York State Office of Mental Health announced a virtual meeting of the Daniel’s Law Task Force set for March 22, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., aimed at reviewing the state’s crisis services and future goals. This meeting will be streamed live, allowing public feedback, focusing on New York’s crisis intervention strategies, particularly mobile crisis services, and discussing the task force’s progress and objectives.

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Established after the tragic death of Daniel Prude in 2020, the task force is dedicated to enhancing behavioral health crisis response across the state. It has conducted stakeholder listening sessions to gather insights on improving crisis management, emphasizing equity and exploring both national and international models for an effective crisis response system.

The task force, inviting public participation in its upcoming meeting, is committed to refining crisis intervention practices. Members of the public interested in commenting are encouraged to register online, with further information and materials available on the Daniel’s Law Task Force website. This initiative reflects New York State’s effort to develop a compassionate, effective response to behavioral health crises.