Instead of Responding With Cops, Denver Sends Health Care Teams to Non-Criminal Calls — and It’s Already Saving LivesAndy Corbleyon Febbraio 15, 2021 at 6:33 pm on Febbraio 15, 2021 at 6:33 pm on Febbraio 15, 2021 at 6:33 pm All News – Good News Network

A pilot program where teams of social workers and paramedics respond to certain non-criminal complaints in Denver is showing early success. The Support Team Assisted Response (STAR) program was launched in June to help ensure the vulnerable get the help they need. Over the course of six months, 748 calls relating to low-level incidents—such as […]

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A pilot program where teams of social workers and paramedics respond to certain non-criminal complaints in Denver is showing early success. The Support Team Assisted Response (STAR) program was launched in June to help ensure the vulnerable get the help they need. Over the course of six months, 748 calls relating to low-level incidents—such as
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