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MORE ABOUT CRISIS ONE

Crisis One is a mobile crisis service for children, adolescents & adults who are experiencing an acute crisis of a psychiatric nature that many jeopardize their current community living situation. Crisis One provides brief therapeutic interventions to stabilize individuals in their home and community.Crisis One provides varying levels of service to best fit the needs of the individual.  Services can be provided up to 24 hours a day for 15 consecutive days.

Crisis One Consists of:

De-escaltion
Identification of triggers
Anger Management Skills
Psychiatric Evaluation
Brief Therapeutic Interventions
Safety Monitoring
Coping Skills
Individual and Group Counseling
Community Support
Linking to Ongoing Care

When to Call:

Self Harm
Suicidal Thoughts
Threatening Behaviors
Anxiety
Dangerous Decision Making
Delusional Thinking
Social Isolation
Property Destruction
Depression
Physical or Verbal Aggression
Hallucinations

Roanoke Valley, Staunton Area: 
540.315.6659

 

Crisis One referrals may be emailed to crisisonerefer@intercepthealth.com or by phone to our referral line above. Call to refer Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 

The Crisis One voicemail and email will be checked at 8:00 a.m. and at 7:00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

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During an initial call to the Crisis One Referral Line you will be asked to provide information about the presenting problem, demographic information, and funding or insurance information so a face to face assessment may be scheduled if appropriate. Crisis services are not provided over the phone. The National Suicide Talk Hotline is: 1-800-273-8255

Center based crisis services

Intercept Health's Center-Based Crisis Stabilization 
program provides intensive crisis services to 
school aged children and adolescents, who are 
experiencing an acute crisis of a psychiatric nature 
that places the youth at-risk of hospitalization.  
CBCS is a fully staffed crisis center providing an 
alternative to acute hospitalization.

95% of youth successfully completed the program without needing a psychiatric hospitalization.  

95% of youth learned coping skills and reported improvements in family relations.