ICT-1 (Integrated Care Team)
ICT-1 is a multidisciplinary, co-responder program aimed at providing resources to those in the community experiencing mental health crisis. The team is a collaborative effort between Sedgwick County and the City of Wichita and is comprised of a Qualified Mental Health Professional, a Law Enforcement Officer, and a Paramedic. They respond to emergent mental health crisis in the community, identified through the 9-1-1 system and the COMCARE Crisis system.
By integrating mental health, medicine, and law enforcement into a cooperative team, ICT-1 is uniquely suited to creatively identify and deliver the most appropriate resource that vulnerable populations need in their most fragile of moments. The team responds to patients who are experiencing suicidality, substance use issues, psychosis and delusions, and many other mental health issues that are emergent enough that cannot wait for other resources. Participating agencies in the ICT-1 program are: COMCARE and EMS from Sedgwick County and Wichita Police Department and Wichita Fire Department from the City of Wichita.
Reports and Documents
- Integrated Care Team (ICT-1) Rollout Packet
- ICT-1 Quarterly Report Q2 2020
- Sedgwick County COMCARE and The Substance Abuse Center of Kansas - One Year Post Implementation Cost Avoidance Study 2015
- Sedgwick County Community Crisis Center: COMCARE and The Substance Abuse Center of Kansas - Cost Avoidance Study 2016-2017
- Sedgwick County Community Crisis Center: COMCARE and The Substance Abuse Center of Kansas - 2018 Cost Avoidance Study
Hours of Operation
Tuesday-Friday, Noon - 10 p.m.
Hours of operation based on data about the busiest times for mental health needs currently.