Mobile Crisis Response - Centerstone
cstnprapp13.centerstone.lan
Home / Crisis/Urgent Care / Mobile Crisis Response

Mobile Crisis Response

Centerstone’s Mobile Crisis Response team serves people in Franklin, Jackson, Perry and Williamson counties with assessments for placement in Centerstone’s Crisis Stabilization Unit, crisis intervention, lethality assessment, and psychiatric hospital placement.

Centerstone provides mobile crisis response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to people of all ages who are experiencing a mental health crisis.

  • Those with Medicaid can be seen anywhere they are, including at home, a friend’s house, a police department, grocery store, emergency room, etc.
  • Those with private insurance must go to an ER to receive services from Mobile Crisis Response.
  • Those with no insurance should either call 1-800-345-9049 to see if they can get approval for temporary Medicaid or go to the nearest ER. If approved, they can receive crisis services anywhere they are. If not approved, individuals will be instructed to go to the nearest ER.
To access Mobile Crisis Response services:
  • Call 1-800-345-9049 if you have Medicaid or no insurance. This line is answered 24/7/365.
  • Call 1-855-985-0911 if you have private insurance. This line is answered 24/7/365.
  • Walk into an ER anytime or any one of the following Centerstone locations during normal business hours:
    • Carbondale – 2311 South Illinois Ave.
    • Carterville – 403 Municipal Dr.
    • Marion – 1307 West Main St.
    • West Frankfort – 902 West Main St.

For more information about Centerstone’s Mobile Crisis Response, click here to download the flier.

Interested in Mobile Crisis Response?

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

New Clients

If you’d like to make a new appointment to see one of our therapists, please give us a call.

Current Clients

If you would like to reschedule an existing appointment, you can reach the clinic directly.

Send a message

Messages sent through this form are monitored during regular business hours (Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Central Time). Messages received outside of these hours will be responded to the next business day.


Related Posts

Centerstone Logo - 2020

Centerstone asking for nominations for Community Champions in Illinois

Centerstone is asking the community for nominations for the 2020 Community Champions awards. In 2005, Centerstone’s board of directors created the Community Champions Awards to recognize those in its communities who have: Shown tremendous compassion and understanding of those experiencing mental illness and/or substance use disorder Heightened community awareness about the stigma around mental health ...

Illinois

Centerstone Gets Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation Grant

Centerstone has received a 13-month, $200,000 planning grant from the Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation (ILCHF) to develop a plan, in collaboration with regional partners, to improve the mental health of children and communities throughout Southern Illinois. As part of the funding, Centerstone will collaborate with nine community partner groups, including Southern Illinois University School of ...

Addiction

MAT Facility Opening in Marion, IL

Centerstone has announced a new clinic that will bring treatment services to many whose lives have been devastated by opiate addiction. A new Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) facility will officially open in Marion. ...

Centerstone Logo - 2020
Illinois

Centerstone Staff to Present at Missouri & Illinois Behavioral Health Conference

Centerstone will have two staff present on Medication Assisted Treatment at the Missouri & Illinois Behavioral Health Conference Oct. 23-25 in St. Louis. Presenting on “MAT: Treatment Requires More Than Medication” on Oct. 24 during the conference will be Centerstone’s Medical Services Director Angela Manns, RN, BSN, QMHP, and MAT Grant Coordinator Mona Miller, LCSW. ...

Centerstone Logo - 2020
Family Matters

Centerstone’s CCC Team Attends NCCAN 2019

Recently, members of Centerstone’s Community Collaboration for Children (CCC) Team attended the National Conference for Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN). The event connects practitioners, researchers, policy makers, parents and volunteers from a wide variety of disciplines to help build better outcomes for children and families. Our CCC Team – which consisted of Corinna Pannell, Grace ...

Behavioral Health Safety Net

Improving Access to Mental Health Care in Tennessee

Thousands of Tennesseans are in a mental health care gap – which means they have barriers (such as cost and coverage) to accessing services they want and need. I have dedicated 30 years to providing mental health services and alcohol and substance use treatment, and I have seen the negative impacts of that gap in ...

Centerstone Logo - 2020
Addiction

New Grants Expand Programming in Indiana

Centerstone has recently been awarded a number of new philanthropic grants to help expand available programming in communities we serve in Indiana. Newly awarded CEASe of Scott County funds will help embed a Health Coach at Foundations Family Medicine in Austin. The health coach will meet with patients and their doctor whenever a substance use disorder ...

Tennessee

Mandi Ryan Named in 2018 Nashville Medical News Women to Watch

Mandi Ryan, director of Healthcare Innovation, has been named among the 2018 Nashville Medical News Women to Watch. As administrative leader at Centerstone for Health Link – a state program to coordinate services for TennCare members with the highest behavioral health needs – Ryan has helped establish a health home for thousands of patients in Centerstone’s 21 ...

Addiction

Seeking Clients for Illinois Grant Program

Centerstone is seeking new clients to enroll in a new grant funded program. The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) grant was awarded to Centerstone to expand and improve community health care in Southern Illinois. The focus population includes individuals with serious mental illness, substance use disorder, co-occurring disorders, and children and adolescents with serious ...

Call Now