The Mobile Response Team assists individuals in gaining access to effective outpatient and crisis services in the least restrictive manner possible, including individuals in a pre-crisis state and those being discharged from inpatient care. The field-based Mobile Response Team engages in proactive case management, peer support and clinical care before, during and after a mental health crisis.
Purpose and Function
Build upon self-identified individual and family strength and skills
Provide appropriate alternatives to hospitalization
Support access to county and community resources
Support de-escalation, safety planning and ongoing care
Provide education on how to improve health and wellness.
How We Help
Mobile Response Team staff provide crisis intervention in the field to address an immediate crisis in the least restrictive manner possible
Face-to-face counseling and supportive interventions
Assessment of mental health and/or substance use disorder
Facilitation of transport to the Crisis Stabilization Unit
Coordination of appropriate community-based services
Providing family support services.
When to Call the Mobile Response Team
If someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis
If someone you know is expressing suicidal thoughts or threatening suicide.
All ages are served.
Hours of Operation
Daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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