Prince Rupert and Area
Community Response NetworkResponding to Adult Abuse, Neglect, and Self Neglect.
Pat Russell - Coordinator
136 Cormorant Place, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 4G3
ph or fax 250 624 2031
What is a CRN.
A Community Response Network is a group of people and organizations who come together in the community to coordinate, support, and provide assistance to adults who are experiencing abuse, neglect, or self neglect.
What Will the CRN Do?
Working together as a team, members of the Community Response Network will:
What will the CRN Look Like?
No single model of response works in every community. Each approach will reflect the unique characteristics of the community and will build on existing community strenths. The individuals and organizations that currently respond to abuse, neglect and self neglect will continue to do so. Their activities will be supported and strengthened by the involvment of the CRN.
Who can be Members of the CRN
Members of the Community Response Network can include:
home support, family services, victim services, legal services, physicians, senior citizens councelors, associations for community living, police, banking and financial institutions.
government agencies and programs, including continuing care, health units, mental health services, hospitals, care facilities, and community living services.