Statewide Crisis Centers

Crisis centers provide emergency substance use disorder and mental health services for adults 18 and older.

Crisis centers are a place for adults to go if they are experiencing a behavioral health crisis, such as suicidal thoughts or withdrawal from drugs, to get help. They can stay for up to 24 hours and receive a bed, food, and services from mental health professionals so they can decide what to do next.

All services are provided without charge to patients in need. Referrals and connections are made to appropriate community resources. Clients may remain at the facility for up to 23 hours and 59 minutes, but most people get the help they need in less time. Services provided include 24-hour hotline, detox services, and crisis intervention and prevention.

Get more information about the difference between Recovery Community Centers and Crisis Centers

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