Rachel Bromberg is the co-founder of the Reach Out Response Network and the Canadian National Coordinator of the International Mobile Services Association. She collaborates with a network of service providers to connect individuals across Canada and the United States who are building civilian-led mobile crisis services in their communities. Rachel is a member of the Toronto Regional Human Services and Justice Coordinating Committee and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health's Constituency Council. She is currently completing a dual degree in law and social work (JD/MSW), and she has been working as a peer supporter and peer educator for the past seven years at organizations such as Stella's Place, CAMH, Planned Parenthood, the LGBT Youth Line, and the Canadian Suicide Prevention Service. Currently, Rachel is doing a summer internship with the CAMH Legal Department.