Crisis Care Network Launches New Website
Web site includes interactive services for Insurance, Corporate and EAP customers, as well as the CCN specialists who serve in times of crisis.
Crisis Care Network (CCN) announced the launch of their new web site today – the first of a two-phased release. This phase contains practical information to help EAP, Insurance and Corporate customers prepare for and respond during a crisis. The second phase will include an upgraded proprietary back office with extensive reporting and online case management capabilities.
Authored by experts in crisis response intervention, the extensive library of videos and articles are available to all who need them. A wide range of topics elicit titles such as, “I Just Laid Off Three Quarters of My Team, Now What?”, “Business Case for Workplace Critical Incident Response”, and “Evolution of Psychological First Aid”. Other topics address workplace grief, suicide, violence, armed robberies, construction and industrial accidents, natural disasters, and more. On-demand web casts are also complimentary and available upon request.
"Crisis leadership is extremely difficult. We are excited to equip business leaders and behavioral health professionals so they can support people on the worst day of their lives ¾and then lead them with competent compassion,” said Bob VandePol, CCN President.
Future plans for the site include an interactive back office with more extensive capabilities. Upgraded features include: a complete listing of all cases a customer has referred to CCN, utilization and outcome tracking, company-specific protocols and corporate culture customization. The second-phase release is expected by the fourth quarter of 2010.
Bruce Blythe, CCN’s Chairman commented, “CCN's website services are a valuable, take-and-use resource for managers from organizations in crisis, as well as groups and individuals who are deeply impacted by a critical incident. The site also provides support for CCN's 5000 plus crisis specialists who are at the ready nationwide. CCN's website is a go-to resource to report, monitor and guide people when they need it most. CCN continues to be the proven, trusted partner in crisis response."
Headquartered in Grandville, Michigan, Crisis Care Network creates prevention strategies and provides emergency response to leaders, individuals and organizations following critical incidents. CCN helps people return to work, life and productivity and has handled over 50,000 crisis-response cases nation-wide.