Crisis Response Team

The mobile Crisis Response Team (CRT) provides an array of community-based mental health crisis services to children and adults experiencing a mental health crisis. Our services are provided by mental health practitioners under the direct supervision of a mental health professional, to residents of Stearns, Benton, Sherburne, and Wright counties. The Crisis Response Team can travel to homes or community locations in the four-county area to help individuals in crisis cope with immediate stressors. The team can do suicide assessment, safety planning, coping skills education and make appropriate referrals. They also offer follow up stabilization services.

Our services include:

~ 24-hour crisis response  phone line
~ Crisis screening 
~ Face-to-face assessment and intervention 

~ Mobile outreach and crisis stabilization
~ Crisis prevention planning
~ Residential adult crisis stabilization

~ Residential crisis triage and screening
~ Suicide assessment and safety planning

For more information, contact:

Crisis Services

Phone: 320.253.5555

Fax: 320.257.6053

Toll-Free Mental Health Crisis Response Line

(24 hours a day/365 days a year)

Phone: 800.635.8008

 

Meet Our Providers

Jennifer Rocheleau- Dorholt – PsyD, LP

Jennifer completed her doctoral degree in counseling psychology from the University of St.Thomas. She is a Licensed Psychologist and currently the Director and Clinical Supervisor for our Crisis programs (Crisis Residential, Child Response Initiative, Crisis Mobile Response Team and 24-hour crisis line) and our Suicide Prevention Coordinator. Her areas of expertise include health integration, anxiety disorders, pre-surgical preparation, psychological assessment, crisis services, clinical supervision of practitioners and psychology post-doctoral students.

 

Nikki Wieberdink – MS, LPCC

Nikki completed her master’s degree in community psychology from St. Cloud State University. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Licensed Practical  Nurse. She joined the CMMHC Team in 2004 and is currently the Clinical Supervisor for Mobile Crisis Services. Her areas of expertise include crisis assessment and intervention, quality assurance and serious and persistent mental illnesses.