Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCR)

Mobile Crisis Response (MCR) responds to the scene of various emergencies in the greater Florence community (including upriver communities like Mapleton and SwissHome-Deadwood). We offer support and guidance to community members who find themselves faced with unexpected traumatic situations and/or mental health crises. We provide emotional support, assessment, community resources and follow up to help our community members navigate their way through difficult and unfortunate times. Some of our written resources, including booklets on grief, children’s grief, community resources and first responder stress, are available here on the website for the general public. Please feel free to download any of these resources or contact us at the fire station at (541) 997-3212. We will make every effort to return your call by the end of the business day.

To join our MCR team, please call (541) 997-3212 or Email Camille

Camille Griswold

Camille Griswold

MCR Program Director

Camille has been with MCR since 2019. She was a medical assistant for 10 years. Camille has always had a passion for helping people and wanting to make a difference. She was a volunteer firefighter with SVFR and EMT with WLAD. She joined MCR because of her passion for helping others. Camille became the MCR manager at the beginning of 2022 and has many goals for MCR. Camille loves being outdoors and especially loves the beach. Every chance she gets, Camille and her husband are enjoying the water and looking for agates. They have a dog named Ranger, a bunny named Blue Moon, and a cat named Mazikeen. She is going to school to become a social worker.

 

Joseph Bernard

Joseph Bernard

Joseph Bernard, Ph.D. in Psychology has been a counselor, alcohol and drug treatment therapist, life coach, management consultant, trainer, teacher, workshop leader, speaker, writer, yoga and fitness instructor, and competitive athlete. He presently has a passion for helping people, well-being, walking in nature and playing table tennis.

 

 

 

 

David Haberman

David Haberman

Dave has been with CST-MCR since 2019. He has been a board member of Mapletion Fire Department since 2002 and a volunteer EMT/Firefighter since 2005. He is currently the Assistant Chief at Mapleton Fire. He has also worked for WLAD as an EMT since 2006. Dave loves volunteering in our community to help with various needs and social programs.
Melissa House

Melissa House

Melissa is a portrait photographer and has lived in Florence with her husband Matt for over 20 years. She has experience as a volunteer Firefighter and is a Water Rescue Diver. Melissa loves soaking up the sunshine and being in or on the water. She also loves hiking, animals, scuba diving, snorkeling and vacationing with her husband. Melissa is passionate about helping others and is excited to be part of the MCR team and give back to the community.

Jasper Raia

Jasper Raia

Jasper was born and raised in rural Lane County and has lived everywhere from Dunes City to Deadwood. She is excited to be able to server her community and looks forward to working with her amazing MCR team.

Kathy Evans

Kathy Evans

Kathy works for PeaceHealth Hospital as a medical assistant (MA). She joined the MCR team in 2020 because of her passion for caring for people. She describes herself as a “born caregiver”. When she is not working, Kathy enjoys spending time with her wonderful sons and granddaughters.

Richard Ellingson

Richard Ellingson

Richard is an ex Alaskan bush rat who moved to the family farm on Sweet Creek Road, Mapleton, in 2000. Being a Mapleton fire fighter volunteer he became involved with the communities of Mapleton and Florence and wanted to be more involved so he joined the good guys by joining the MCR team.

Jazilynn Kinyon

Jazilynn Kinyon

Jazilynn (Jaz) has worked in the medical for over the last 5 years. She has a wide variety of experience including working with adults and youhth in a mental health setting. Jaz is married to Taz (yes, Jaz and Tax, lol) with a beautiful daughter. Has has always had a passion for helping others and is excited to be part of the MCR team helping in the community.

Montana Trotta

Montana Trotta

Montana recently moved to Florence where she lives with her partner and two cats. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Community Studies and is working towards a Masters in Social Work. Montana has experience working as a health programs specialist, community organizer, and outreach worker and is excited to contribute her abilities to the MCR program and to the community. In her freetime, Montana enjoys hiking, watching Marvel movies, and photography. She is thrilled to be a part of a hard-working and dedicated team! 

Ian Jarman

Ian Jarman

Ian is happy to have the opportunity to work with WLFEA’s Mobile Crisis Response Unit- a proven mechanism for providing specialized assistance in appropriate situations as well as liberating our Fire, EMS and Law Enforcement resources to be available for their next call. As a school nurse, he sees first hand the challenges that many of our family, friends and neighbors navigate every day. The circumstances that make the difference between smooth sailing and catastrophe are not as great or distant as we sometimes allow ourselves to believe. To be a support to people in their time of need- be it financial, psychological, emotional or physical- is a privilege that he fully appreciates.

Karl Danielsson

Karl Danielsson

Karl made a mid-life career change from finance to health care and recently completed certification as a medical assistant. His goal was to get into the mental health field, seeing how the Florence region was vastly underserved. When MCR posted their hiring announcement he jumped on the opportunity to get on the front lines as a mental health responder. 

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