Crisis Intervention and Prevention
The City of Madison's Community Development Division (CDD) funds programs that support persons affected by traumatic events with the goal to increase safety and stability.
Crisis Intervention and Prevention Service Types
- Crisis Intervention Support Services work with people that experience violence.
- Recovery and Stabilization Services provide ongoing support and referrals to key systems. These include healthcare, education, courts, public services, immigration, legal services, and others.
- Prevention Services and Activities provide information, skills and resources, building on protective factors.
The City provided funding to organizations through a competitive RFP process in 2021. CDD anticipates the next funding process will be in 2025. For further information please see RFP Timeline and Funding Opportunities page.
If you are experiencing a crisis and need immediate help please call the 988 Suicide and Crisis Hotline.