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Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU)

This 8-bed facility provides a short-term stay (up to 5 days) for individuals needing additional stabilization services following a behavioral health crisis.

Guests must consent to receive services because the CSU is a voluntary facility.

The CSU provides step-down services for individuals discharging from psychiatric facilities who need additional support prior to returning home. While at the CSU, guests receive individual counseling, a complete mental health assessment, case management services and connection to local resources.

The Crisis Stabilization Unit is at 403 Municipal Drive, Carterville, Ill.

For a pre-admission assessment, please click here.

For more information about the Crisis Stabilization Unit or testimonials, please click here.

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