State seeks applicants to operate crisis stabilization units

Arkansas is now accepting applications from government entities wishing to operate crisis stabilization units.

Governor Asa Hutchinson announced Friday that the application process for Crisis Stabilization Units is now open. Crisis Stabilization Units (CSU) were a major part of the Governor's 2017 legislative agenda after they were recommended by the Criminal Justice Task Force.

Act 423, establishing the CSU pilot program, received strong bipartisan support in both houses of the legislature and was signed into law by Governor Hutchinson on March 8, 2017. Read more.

Click here to access application information and the application form.

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