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Crisis Services

Crisis Services

Family Preservation Services, LLC is licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services

Facing a mental
health crisis?

Our team of licensed and qualified mental health professionals know that a swift response to a crisis is imperative to what happens next.

Crisis Services are available 24 hours a day for children, adolescents and adults experiencing a mental health crisis, with the goal of intervening or stabilizing the situation, and preventing unnecessary hospitalizations.

    When to Call

    • Self Harmful Behaviors
    • Suicidal Thoughts
    • Increased Anxiety
    • Dangerous Decision Making
    • Social Isolation
    • Property Destruction
    • Increased Depression
    • Threatening Behaviors

    What to Expect

    Crisis services in an intensive level emergency mental health service. Our highly-trained and compassionate team will initiate a phone screening and conduct an in-person assessment, Provide clinical interventions, support and case coordination, so that you or your loved one may return to normal routines with minimal disturbance.  

    Program Components

    • Managing and Identifying Triggers
    • Calming/De-escalation Skills
    • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
    • Trauma Focused Interventions
    • Brief Therapeutic Interventions
    • Safety Monitoring and Crisis Plans
    • Individual, Family and Group Therapy
    • Enhanced Coping Strategies
    • Increase Natural Supports
    • Linkage to Ongoing Care

     

    Facing a Mental Health Crisis?

    Our team of licensed and qualified mental health professionals know that a swift response to a crisis is imperative to what happens next.

    Crisis Services are available 24 hours a day for children, adolescents and adults experiencing a mental health crisis, with the goal of intervening or stabilizing the situation, and preventing unnecessary hospitalizations.

      Family Preservation Services, LLC is licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services

      When to Call

      • Self Harmful Behaviors
      • Suicidal Thoughts
      • Increased Anxiety
      • Dangerous Decision Making
      • Social Isolation
      • Property Destruction
      • Increased Depression
      • Threatening Behaviors

      What to Expect

      Crisis services in an intensive level emergency mental health service. Our highly-trained and compassionate team will initiate a phone screening and conduct an in-person assessment, Provide clinical interventions, support and case coordination, so that you or your loved one may return to normal routines with minimal disturbance.  

      Program Components

      • Managing and Identifying Triggers
      • Calming/De-escalation Skills
      • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
      • Trauma Focused Interventions
      • Brief Therapeutic Interventions
      • Safety Monitoring and Crisis Plans
      • Individual, Family and Group Therapy
      • Enhanced Coping Strategies
      • Increase Natural Supports
      • Linkage to Ongoing Care

       

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