The vision of the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA) is to make our campuses safer environments where development, education, and caring intervention are fostered and encouraged.
NaBITA brings together professionals from multiple disciplines who are engaged in the essential function of behavioral intervention in schools, on college campuses, and in corporations and organizations for mutual support and shared learning.
Whether it is to combat bullying, prevent violence, support individuals with disabilities, empower the success of those suffering from mental health challenges, or assist those who are in crisis, our members are joined in common purpose and exploration of best practices.
The National Behavioral Intervention Team Association is committed to providing education, development, and support to school professionals who endeavor every day to make their campuses safer through caring prevention and intervention.
Collaboration · Diversity · Education · Empowerment · Inclusion · Integrity · Leadership · Respect
NaBITA is an independent, not-for-profit association incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It has more than 1,500 active members from colleges, universities, and schools. The Advisory Board consists of twenty-five individuals, as well as an executive body of six. NaBITA’s offices are based in King of Prussia, PA.
An active and engaging association, NaBITA hosts an Annual Conference, an annual Campus Threat Management Certification Institute, several certification trainings per year, publishes a weekly newsletter, maintains a ListServ, and provides frequent webinars to members and non-members. NaBITA is a clearinghouse for more than 180 BIT-related model policies, training tools, templates, and other BIT-related materials. NaBITA’s President is Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D. NaBITA’s Interim Executive Director is Makenzie Schiemann, M.S.