On September 20-21, Rogers Memorial Hospital exhibited its services, along with many community partners, at the 16th Annual Crisis Intervention Conference in the Wisconsin Dells. About 600 people attended, representing a variety of crisis response services. The conference – “Promoting Resiliency in the Face of Crisis” – featured educational information focusing on patient centered care. Goals included validating and affirming those in crisis, while helping to “normalize” a crisis using tools to mitigate stress, as well as offering prevention and aftercare approaches. Along with spirituality, managing stress and addressing mental health disease were recommended. Based on the positive findings of meta-analysis and randomized, controlled trials, there was strong evidence supporting the incorporation of mind-body approaches to behavioral health. The conference was sponsored by Northwest Connections, Mental Health America of Wisconsin, Ministry Health Care and the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Continuing Education also emphasized the importance of collaboration in the community and the sharing of resources.