Crisis Services

Helping anyone in emotional distress, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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Crisis Services

Helping anyone in emotional distress, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

24-hour Crisis Line

This toll-free mental health crisis phone line is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to assist you in crisis. Trained staff answer calls to help de-escalate, assess, and offer treatment options to anyone in distress. The crisis mobile response team can assist if phone intervention does not successfully help.
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Crisis Services

CMMHC’s crisis services are available for anyone in emotional distress. Those seeking help can experience a wide range of symptoms, including rapid mood swings, agitation, impulsive behavior, confused thinking, difficulty sleeping and concentrating, decreases or increases in appetite, low motivation, an increase in anxiety and irritability, or racing thoughts. Our services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We understand that a crisis can be scary if you are experiencing it, and it can also be difficult for your loved ones.

Crisis Mobile Response Team

The mobile team provides in-person mental health intervention and assessment for adults in crisis. This face-to-face intervention occurs when you speak with the crisis hotline and need assistance beyond what you receive on the phone. After the team arrives, de-escalation, assessment, and a short-term treatment plan occur to ensure your safety. Referrals may also be made for long-term support if necessary and appropriate.
Phone (local)
320.253.5555
Phone (toll-free)
800.635.8008

Crisis Residential

A short-term, safe place for you to stay as you work through a mental health crisis. Staff provides 24/7 monitoring to oversee safety and nursing assistance for medication administration consistency for an average 3 to 5 days stay. Group and individual support, education, and service referrals help you manage your mental health symptoms to return to living safely in your home or transition to another supportive environment.
Phone (local)
320.253.5555
Phone (toll-free)
800.635.8008

Child Response Initiative

CRI helps coordinate services for children and their families who are victims of a traumatic or violent experience to reduce the long-term effects. A CRI Advocate connects with the family to complete assessments and help coordinate needed services within the community.

Co-Responder

As an extension of the mobile crisis response team, trained mental health staff work with law enforcement on emergency calls to provide mental health support to individuals in crisis. They conduct mental health evaluations, problem identification, crisis intervention, and treatment planning. Co-responders de-escalate individuals and resolve the immediate distressing situation using their mental health and trauma training. This intervention includes determining whether an individual can remain in the community or considering whether other alternatives are necessary.