Our Sponsors

Our Sponsors

We would like to thank the support of our following sponsors that make this virtual conference possible.

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Crisis Response Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals by Inspiring Hope and empowering transformation from HOPE to HEALTH through a continuum of crisis, referral and data services. Since 2007, CRN has provided crisis call center services and helped thousands of individuals and families get connected to the help they need.

Additionally, CRN has grown to expand our services to include a peer-run Warm Line, Serious Mental Illness (SMI) determinations, mobile team dispatches, crisis transportation services, emergency room-based assessments, Department of Child Services (DCS) rapid response and crisis stabilization services, telephone follow-up to those who need it, tragedy support lines, 2-1-1 community information and referral services, Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), Be Connected (a program supporting veterans, service members and their families), the Centerpoint for Hope Tragedy Response Vehicle and other in-kind services across Arizona. CRN also operates the COVID-19 Hotline and the Resilient Arizona Crisis Counseling Program for the state of Arizona.

CRN takes pride in being a vital connection point between individuals and the services they need and/or seek


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The Arizona Smokers’ Helpline (ASHLine) is an evidence-based tobacco cessation service located within the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, Center for Tobacco Cessation at the University of Arizona . Support with tobacco and nicotine addiction is available to Arizonans requesting assistance through the delivery of treatment programs consistent with North American Quitline Consortium recommendations, industry market trends, and clinical practice guidelines. ASHLine is the designated state quitline for Arizona, working closely with the Arizona Department of Health Services Bureau of Chronic Disease and Health Promotion to support demonstrated reductions in tobacco use prevalence in Arizona over the past 20 years.