A mental health crisis looks different from person to person and is defined by the person experiencing it. Make it a point to know when and where to reach out for help whether for yourself or someone you care about.
Here are some common indicators that someone may be experiencing a mental health crisis:
If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis, please reach out for help.
With specially trained crisis counselors, we are available 24 hours per day to support and respond to you, your family and friends who are experiencing a mental health crisis. Centerstone’s Crisis Call Center provides confidential, urgent mental health and crisis counseling by telephone, enhanced follow-up care, and resources for accessing needed services and support.
We know that every crisis situation is unique, so when you call us, our counselors take the time to listen and determine the best course of action to help you or those you are concerned about. This might include connecting you with one or more of our related crisis services:
With mobile crisis response, we come to you. Our Mobile Crisis Response team can also often resolve crises via telehealth when needed.
Centerstone’s outpatient clinics offer a wide-range of crisis services including intervention assessment and referral, crisis stabilization, and related counseling services.
In some cases, it’s important that people have a safe place to stay for a short time while they get the care they need.
Centerstone’s crisis services also respond to critical incidents in everyday life. We provide crisis post-event interventions after natural disasters and other traumatic situations people may face.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please call our 24/7 crisis lines or 911 if there is a medical emergency.