* develop coordinated systems of intakes, information and resource provision, mental health and support needs assessments, spiritual health and support needs assessments referrals to other agencies, and crisis counseling for those affected by public emergencies
* collaborate with existing mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, faith community, bereavement, and social services to avoid duplication, increase surge capacity, and supplement local resources;
* provide crisis services for mental and spiritual health needs related to public emergencies: assessments and triage, resource information, individual and family support, emotional /spiritual assistance, and counseling related to community crisis, in coordination with existing agency providers, the MRC, EOC and VBP;
* provide administrative support for CCT leadership in the development and maintenance of documents, e.g., volunteer lists, public information and website messaging, equipment needs, CCT minutes, and requirements;
Requirements: All mental health providers must be currently licensed by WA State and become a Registered Emergency Worker (REW) through WAServe. Other support personnel must sign up as a Temporary Emergency Worker (TEW).