Bringing behavioral intervention and threat assessment practitioners together to learn, network, and support one another.

Providing education, resources, and support to professionals who endeavor every day to make their campuses, schools, and workplaces safer through caring prevention and intervention.

Why join NABITA?

Membership Benefits



  • For one-year per Higher Education Institution, K-12 School or District, Organization, or Workplace
  • Access to NABITA services and products worth up to $20,000, without per-item fees
  • Three complimentary registrations to NABITA Certification Courses
  • 10% discount on newly released resources
  • VIP Social at NABITA Annual Conference
  • Electronic access to all NABITA books
  • CARE Team Manual and BIT in a Box
  • Access to all training videos
  • Access to all live webinars
  • Risk Assessment Tools including SIVRA-35, Looking Glass, ERIS, Risk Rubric, and Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide
  • Unlimited individual members (sub-users) with full access
  • And more!



  • For one-year per Higher Education Institution, K-12 School or District, Organization, or Workplace
  • Up to 8 individual members (sub-users) with full access
  • Up to 10 webinars
  • Electronic access to 2 NABITA books published prior to current calendar year
  • SIVRA-35 training video and subscription
  • And more!



  • One-year membership per individual.
  • Access to member-only listserv.
  • Weekly newsletter.
  • Member materials and resources.
  • And more!

Celebrating over 12 years of being the membership home for behavioral intervention and threat assessment.

How We Support Our Members

Offering value at every level.

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Gain access to a member listserv, FAQs, and a directory of colleagues.

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Member Library

NABITA members benefit from a comprehensive, curated collection of the best research, commentary, and thought leadership on behavioral intervention and threat assessment.

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Supporting higher education behavioral intervention team members.

NABITA endeavors to make colleges and universities safer environments where student success and retention are enhanced by development, education, and caring intervention. NABITA brings together professionals from multiple disciplines for mutual support and shared learning.

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Creating safer K-12 schools.

K-12 schools and districts are recognizing the need for behavioral intervention teams to break down silos to facilitate integrated reporting, assessment, and response as effective tools to create safer environments for learning and growing.

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Workplaces for today and beyond.

Behavioral intervention teams are a relatively new concept in the workplace, spurred by increasing workplace violence and employees of concern. Unlike threat assessment teams, BITs look to get out ahead of violence before it emerges. Instead of focusing on assessing a threat that already may exist, BITs focus on the leakage and pathway to violence that are precursors.

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