Jordan Gulley, L.I.C.S.W.

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Jordan Gulley has over ten years of experience coordinating and managing the implementation of programs providing direct services to people with behavioral health issues and those experiencing homelessness. Her work has concentrated on enhancing cross-system efforts to improve crisis response services. Mrs. Gulley served as a co-chair of the Washington, D.C. Interagency Council on Homelessness, provided police officers with Crisis Intervention Training on behavioral health services and crisis response, and currently teaches fourth-year psychiatric residents how to enhance comprehensive psychiatric care for individuals experiencing homelessness. At TAC, she supports states in preparing to implement the new national 988 mental health crisis hotline and in developing, financing, and implementing more robust, streamlined, and comprehensive crisis response systems.