Mental Health Alert Wristbands

Mental Health Alert WristBands, Inc.

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CIT International Conference - Phoenix, Arizona
August 2021

Dottie Bailey, Sam Cochran, & Debra Cameron

CEO Dottie Bailey, Co-Founder of CIT International, Sam Cochran "RET" Major, Debra Cameron

Dottie Bailey & Hiram Rivera Jr.

CEO Dottie Bailey, Andy Garner, Georgia CIT Program Supervisor

Dottie Bailey, Andy Garner, and Debra Cameron

CEO Mental Health Alert Wristbands Dottie Bailey, Board Member Chief Hiram Rivera Jr. from the Kremmling, Colorado Police Department, Volunteer Debra Cameron

Partnering for a Healthy Community - Addiction, Prevention & Recovery Moultrie Georgia
July 29th 2021

Dottie & Pat

CEO Mental Health Alert Wristbands, Dottie Bailey and Pat Strode, Advocate Coordinator for Georgia Crisis Intervention Team

Dottie and Jennifer

CEO Dottie Bailey and Jennifer Dunn, Region 4 Services Administrator for DBHDD Department of Behavioral Health & Development Disabilities 

Dottie And Lyn

CEO Dottie Bailey and Lynn Wilson, President of NAMI Moultrie and Board of Directors Member for Mental Health Alert Wristbands

Chief of Police Summer Training Conference in Savannah Georgia
July 18-19 2021


Dottie and ChiaraCEO Dottie Bailey, Chiara Blair Board Member for
Mental Health Alert Wristbands

Dottie, Chief Brock And Chiara

CEO Dottie Bailey, Chief Of Police Shannon D. Brock
Watkinsville PD, Chiara Blair Board Member for Mental
Health Alert Wristbands

NAMI Dekalb Multicultural Mental Health Fair
July 18-19 2021

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David Kendricks Vice President NAMI Dekalb, Amy Trunnell-Morris Representing Mental Health Alert Wristbands

Nami Dekalb

David Kendricks Vice President NAMI Dekalb, Freddy Morello Jr, Executive Director Clubhouse Atlanta

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Hello everyone. We hope you are all being safe during these difficult times of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
During times like these, people's mental health can be affected, and that is why we cannot stop offering wristbands to those who need them.

We are still providing service by mail and will continue to do so.
If you are looking for more information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit this link.

Mental Health Alert Wristbands

While society's acceptance of mental illness has improved over the years, it is still the most stigmatized of all medical diagnoses. To help protect those with a mental illness, the Mental Health Alert Wristbands were created so that the wearer's diagnoses are concealed yet are easily identifiable to those who can help in the most critical of moments.

Wristbands With A Purpose

This wristband stands as a symbol that is bringing Law Enforcement together with those who have a mental illness.

In a circle of unity, the navy blue represents Law Enforcement, and the silver represents those who have a mental illness. On the outside of the wristband are the Med Alert symbol, CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) acronym, and the CIT ribbon.

These serve as an outward sign to all Law Enforcement that the wearer has a mental illness. They are also a reminder to the wearer to ask for a CIT Officer when in crisis. Printed on the inside are the words Mental Health Alert. This helps keep the wearer's diagnosis confidential.

Fist Bumping with Mental Health Alert Wristbands

Hands All In

In turn, Law Enforcement can wear these as CIT awareness wristbands. This will be an indication to a person with a mental illness that this Officer is CIT trained and can feel safe approaching or being approached by this Officer.

These are to be worn by those with mental health or dual diagnosis or a CIT Law Enforcement Officer.

Together We Can Solve Any Crisis

Mental Health Alert Wristband

Purchase a Mental Health Alert Wristband or make a donation to help those who can't afford one.

All donations will go toward helping those who cannot afford a wristband.

Wristbands are $3.00 each. See the contact page for shipping and packaging.

We are a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.

(912) 215-6621

  • Wristbands are $3.00 each, which includes the brochure that explains the purpose of the alert bands.
  • All proceeds from the sale of the wristbands are used to purchase more wristbands so that they can be given to those who can't afford them.
  • Special individual packaging is available upon request.
  • International shipping is offered for additional costs.
  • We are a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping protect the lives of those with mental illnesses and first responders.


Thank you for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you soon.


(912) 215-6621

Service Area
International Shipping

Shipping Cost
Wristband with Brochure

0 - 1 $3.50
2 - 10 $5.00
11 - 25 $8.00
26 - 50 $14.00
Over 50 

for applicable shipping costs

For special packaging, which includes a wristband and brochure in a sealed cellophane clear bag, contact by email,
$1.50 extra per wristband.