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Mental Health – Screening Assessment and Support Services (SASS)

This is an intense 90-day program for any youth who is at imminent risk of psychiatric hospitalization, who is returning from a residential treatment facility or who has been deflected from inpatient treatment and has public funding.

Entry into the SASS program must begin with a referral from the CARES line or, if declined by CARES, through the Centerstone Crisis Center.

Individuals must reside in Franklin, Madison, Perry, Williamson, or Jackson counties.

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If you are in crisis, please call our crisis lines, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.

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