NaBITA Membership Overview

NaBITA offers three membership levels: Individual or Case Manager, Campus Standard, and Campus Enhanced. The benefits of each are detailed below. For additional information about membership, please view our Frequently Asked Questions and for the Publications associated with each, view our list of Member Publications.
Our 2014 membership drive is underway!  Receive a 50% discount on Standard and Enhanced Campus memberships, February 1st through August 1st, 2014!  

Individual or Case Manager Membership

As an Individual or Case Manager Level Member, you are entitled to:

  • 10% discounts for NaBITA Regional Events and Webinars
  • Access to NaBITA ListServ for all your Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) members
  • Weekly NaBITA Newsletter
  • Access to the NaBITA Membership List
  • Access to 25 Proprietary Publications, including:

Threat, Threat, Threat, Threat, or Threat?
Duty to Warn Breakdown Per State
The NaBITA 2011 Whitepaper: Preventing the Preventable
The NaBITA 2010 Whitepaper: Murder at UVA: Suicidal Students, BITs, and the Direct Threat Standard
The NaBITA 2009 Whitepaper: Threat Assessment in the Campus Setting
The NCHERM 2009 Whitepaper: 2nd Generation Behavioral Intervention Best Practices
Risk Mitigation Through the NCHERM Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment Model
Guns on Campus – A Whitepaper
URMIA Journal Article: 2nd Generation Behavioral Intervention Best Practices
Virginia Tech Governor’s Panel Revised Report
Virginia Threat Assessment Guidelines Study
Department of Health (UK) Best Practices in Managing Risk
Mental Health in the Schools
New Data on the Nature of Student Suicide Crises
A Guide on Student Hospitalization
The School Shooter FBI Report
Virginia Tech Governor’s Panel Task Force Report
The Ripple Effect of Virginia Tech: Assessing the Nationwide Impact on Campus Safety and Security Policy and Practice
Understanding School Violence Fact Sheet
Guide to Preventing and Responding to School Violence (2nd Edition)
Chemical Suicide on Campus
Implementing Behavioral Threat Assessment on Campus: A Virginia Tech Demonstration Project
New Strategies for Keeping Schools Safe: Evidence-Based Approaches to Prevent Youth Violence
FERPA and the Disclosure of Student Information Related to Emergencies and Disasters
Student Mental Health and the Law

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Standard Membership

As a Standard Level Member, you are entitled to:

  • 50% discount on registration for one person for the NaBITA Annual Conference and 10% discount for all your other Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) members
  • 10% discounts for NaBITA Regional Events and Webinars
  • Access to NaBITA ListServ for all your Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) members
  • Weekly NaBITA Newsletter
  • Access to the NaBITA Membership List
  • Access to 96 Proprietary Protocols, Team Formation Documents and Training Materials including:

2nd Generation Behavioral Intervention Best Practices
2nd Generation Behavioral Intervention Best Practices: A PowerPoint Presentation
A PowerPoint Presentation on Threat Assessment in the Campus Setting
A PowerPoint to Guide
BIT Protocol Development
A Short Training PowerPoint on the “D Scale”
An Op-Ed on the Media Response to the Virginia Tech Tragedy
Best Practices for Supporting Suicidal Students Within a Risk Management Framework
Community College SBCT Charge
FERPA for BIT: A PowerPoint Presentation
Illinois Task Force Report to the Governor
Mental Health Tips
Mental Illness and Violent Behavior in School: A Primer for College Administrators
MIT Is Guilty of Being NiceRisk Mitigation Through The NCHERM Behavior Intervention and Threat Assessment Model
Sample Alcohol/Drug Overdose Hospitalization Assessment Letter
Sample Email Talking to a Student With a Mental Health Issue
Sample Incident Report Teaser Email
Sample Mental Health Concerns Assessment Letter
Sample Self-Injurious Behavior Assessment Letter
Sample Students of Concern Committee: Purpose & Guiding Principles
Sinclair Community College “Ways to Get Help” Handout
Sinclair Community College BAT Overview
Stop The Madness: How Universities Should Be Responding To School Shootings
Suicidal Students and the Law – A PowerPoint Presentation
Team Name Options
The Emergence of Psychiatric Disabilities in Postsecondary Education
Threat Assessment and Management of At-Risk Students: A PowerPoint Presentation for Counselors
Threat Assessment in the Campus Setting
Two Views of the CUBIT Risk Rubric – Chart or Rubric
What BIT Members Need to Know About Forensic Psychological Tests PowerPoint Presentation
What to Include in a Model BIT Protocol
The Three C’s of Violence Prevention on College Campuses
How to Start Your Intervention Team: Tools, Tips and Tactics from Idea to Implementation
How to Carry Out and Record Your Investigation
BIT Challenges on an Urban Campus Within a Public University System: A Case Study
Behavioral Intervention Teams: The Good, The Bad, The Concerns
The Role of a Counselor on a BIT
Behavior Concerns Advice Line: A Collaborative Approach to Campus Violence Prevention
BIT Without a Budget
NaBITA Threat Assessment Rubric Revised by Buffalo State College
Records and Reports: Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois University Examined
Redirecting Pushy Parents: How to Build Healthier Relationships
Listening Contextually: A Narrative for Threat and Risk Assessment Response and Support Planning
Case Management: The New Movement in Behavioral Intervention
Student Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Post-Vention
A Collaborative Approach to Campus Violence Prevention
Using Changes in Healthcare Accreditation to Address Behavioral Interventions in Higher Education
The Key to Effective Student Mental Health Crisis Management: On and Off-Campus Strategic Alliances
Concerning Behaviors on Campus: IUPUI’s Approach – The Behavioral Consultation Team
Sample CARE Brochure created by the University of Southern Mississippi
Common Questions from Pushy Parents
Civility Guide for Faculty at Stephen F. Austin State University
Confidentiality, Recordkeeping, and the BIT
BIT Workflow Process
BIT Policies and Procedures Guide
ASJA Law & Policy Report: School Violence, May 2007
The School Shooter: A Threat Assessment Perspective
Threat Assessment in Schools: Managing Threatening Situations and to Creating Safe School Climates
Adam State College’s Guidelines to Responding to Disturbing Writing and Behavior

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Enhanced Membership

As an Enhanced Level Member, you are entitled to:

  • One free registration to the NaBITA Annual Conference, and 20% discounts for all your other Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) members
  • 10% discounts for NaBITA Regional Events and Webinars
  • Two free NaBITA Webinar registrations per year
  • Access to NaBITA ListServ for all your Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) members
  • Weekly NaBITA Newsletter
  • Access to the NaBITA Membership List
  • Access to the NaBITA Experts Consultation Bulletin Board

Access to 124 Proprietary Protocols, Team Formation Documents and Training Materials including:

2nd Generation Behavioral Intervention Best Practices
2nd Generation Behavioral Intervention Best Practices: A PowerPoint Presentation
A PowerPoint Presentation on Threat Assessment in the Campus Setting: A PowerPoint to Guide
BIT Protocol Development
A Short Training PowerPoint on the “D Scale”
An Op-Ed on the Media Response to the Virginia Tech Tragedy
Best Practices for Supporting Suicidal Students Within a Risk Management Framework
Community College SBCT Charge
FERPA for BIT: A PowerPoint Presentation
Illinois Task Force Report to the Governor
Mental Health Tips
Mental Illness and Violent Behavior in School: A Primer for College Administrators
MIT Is Guilty of Being Nice
Procedural Due Process for a Direct Threat Determination
Risk Mitigation Through The NCHERM Behavior Intervention and Threat Assessment Model
Sample Alcohol/Drug Overdose Hospitalization Assessment Letter
Sample CARE Team Annual Report
Sample Email Talking to a Student With a Mental Health Issue
Sample Incident Report Teaser Email
Sample Mental Health Concerns Assessment Letter
Sample Self-Injurious Behavior Assessment Letter
Sample Students of Concern Committee: Purpose & Guiding Principles
Sinclair Community College “Ways to Get Help” Handout
Sinclair Community College BAT Overview
Stop The Madness: How Universities Should Be Responding To School Shootings
Suicidal Students and the Law – A PowerPoint Presentation
Team Name Options
The Emergence of Psychiatric Disabilities in Postsecondary Education
Threat Assessment and Management of At-Risk Students: A PowerPoint Presentation for Counselors
Threat Assessment in the Campus Setting
Two Views of the CUBIT Risk Rubric – Chart or Rubric
What BIT Members Need to Know About Forensic Psychological Tests PowerPoint Presentation
What to Include in a Model BIT Protocol
The Three C’s of Violence Prevention on College Campuses
How to Start Your Intervention Team: Tools, Tips and Tactics from Idea to Implementation
How to Carry Out and Record Your Investigation
BIT Challenges on an Urban Campus Within a Public University System: A Case Study
Behavioral Intervention Teams: The Good, The Bad, The Concerns
The Role of a Counselor on a BIT
Behavior Concerns Advice Line: A Collaborative Approach to Campus Violence Prevention
BIT Without a Budget
NaBITA Threat Assessment Rubric Revised by Buffalo State College
Records and Reports: Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois University Examined
Redirecting Pushy Parents: How to Build Healthier Relationships
Listening Contextually: A Narrative for Threat and Risk Assessment Response and Support Planning
Case Management: The New Movement in Behavioral Intervention
Student Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Post-Vention
A Collaborative Approach to Campus Violence Prevention
Using Changes in Healthcare Accreditation to Address Behavioral Interventions in Higher Education
The Key to Effective Student Mental Health Crisis Management: On and Off-Campus Strategic Alliances
Concerning Behaviors on Campus: IUPUI’s Approach – The Behavioral Consultation Team
Sample CARE Brochure created by the University of Southern Mississippi
Common Questions from Pushy Parents
Civility Guide for Faculty at Stephen F. Austin State University
Confidentiality, Recordkeeping, and the BIT
BIT Workflow Process
BIT Policies and Procedures Guide
ASJA Law & Policy Report: School Violence, May 2007
The School Shooter: A Threat Assessment Perspective
Threat Assessment in Schools: Managing Threatening Situations and to Creating Safe School Climates
Adam State College’s Guidelines to Responding to Disturbing Writing and Behavior
Procedural Due Process for a Direct Threat Determination
Sample CARE Team Annual Report
Sample Leave of Absence Letter
Sample Mental Health Re-Admission Checklist
Sample Re-Entry Questionnaire
Sample Release of Information
CUBIT Model Training Materials on PowerPoint
CUBIT Model Training Tabletop Scenarios on PowerPoint
Sample Team Formation Support Document
Sample Team Mission Statements
The Proprietary NCHERM Model CUBIT Protocol
The Proprietary NCHERM Model CUBIT Protocol for Community (and non-residential) Colleges
Outsourcing Counselors: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Collect, Connect and Prevent: Overview of the Successful Behavioral Intervention Process at Buffalo State
Psychological Assessment Best Practices
Post-Intervention Best Practices, Mandated Programming and Skills Groups
Stephen F. Austin State University’s Early Alert Program
Stephen F. Austin State University’s Early Alert Program: Results
BIT Recordkeeping Best Practices
Post-Intervention BIT Best Practices
Resources for Consultation & Referral for Use with Students of Concern
Handout – Records & Reports: Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois University Examined
Behavioral Assessment Committee Student of Concern Form from Buffalo State College
Mandated Educational Programs for At-Risk Students
Strategies of Behavioral Intervention: Employee and Student Guide at Alamo Colleges
NaBITA Threat Assessment Tool Revised by Tulane University
NaBITA Risk Assessment Tool Revised by Tulane University
Behavioral Intervention (BIT) KIT Documents
CUBIT Model Training Materials on PowerPoint
CUBIT Model Training Tabletop Scenarios on PowerPoint
Sample Team Formation Support Document
Sample Team Mission Statements
Sample Leave of Absence Letter
Sample Mental Health Re-Admission Checklist
Sample Re-Entry Questionnaire
Sample Release of Information
The Proprietary NCHERM Model CUBIT Protocol
The Proprietary NCHERM Model CUBIT Protocol for Community (and non-residential) Colleges

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All membership registrations are non-refundable. Event registrations are refundable or partially refundable according to the specific refund policy applicable to that event. See event description for more details.

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