Project RISE—Responsive Individualized Support and Early Intervention

  1. Program Provider
  2. Full Description
Truman Medical Center

Program Summary:
Truman Medical Center’s (TMC) RISE Program is a comprehensive, stepped-care treatment program that seeks to provide nonfatal shooting victims and their families with timely mental health supports in the immediate aftermath of a shooting. The RISE (Responsive Individualized Support and Early Intervention) Program consists of an interdisciplinary team of nurses, social workers, case managers, and behavioral health professionals working to make sure that people affected by gun violence have all the resources they need to recover. 

Program Address: 
Truman Medical Center • 2301 Holmes St. • Kansas City, MO 64108

Contact:
816-235-1066 • trumed.org

Related Links:
Project Rise - Part 1: Treating All The Damage A 'GSW' Causes
Project Rise - Part 2: Mass Disaster PTSD Care Being Adapted To Treat Gunshot Wound Survivors
Project Rise - Part 3: Better Care For Veterans Has Led To Better PTSD Care For Everyone


  1.  VICTIM SUPPORT  PROGRAMS

    These are the agencies that have a COMBAT-funded program with a victim support emphasis or component. The services provided include supporting the surviving family members of homicide victims and counseling services available to gunshot wound survivors.

    AdHoc Group Against Crime
    » AdHoc Violence Prevention Services

    KC Mothers In Charge
    » Hope & Healing Support Program

    Truman Medical Center
    » Project RISE