Riverbend's Mobile Crisis Team

Riverbend's Mobile Crisis Team

Highly trained psychiatric emergency clinicians are available 24/7

1-844-7-Help4U (1-844-743-5748)

If there is an immediate safety concern, call #911

Riverbend is an essential part of our community’s network of first responders providing emergency crisis assessment, intervention, and stabilization. Telephone crisis assessment services are available around the clock. We also staff the Concord Hospital Emergency Department to provide safety and lethality assessments which might result in hospitalizations, discharges to the community with safety plans, and/or referrals to community-based services.

Riverbend’s Mobile Crisis clinicians are available 24/7 by telephone – 1-844 -7-HELP4U (1-844 -743-5748) – to provide telephone response to a psychiatric emergency. Field responses for adults are operational 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Services are provided in community settings, private residences, or other locations in response to requests by police, providers, community-based agencies, family members, guardians or the individual in crisis.

Program specific services/activities:

24-hour crisis line

24-hour emergency evaluation and crisis intervention

Short-term crisis stabilization

Referral for outpatient mental health services

Information and referral for substance abuse treatment

Voluntary psychiatric hospitalization referrals, when appropriate

Involuntary Emergency Admission, when appropriate

Conditional Discharge Revocation, when appropriate

Complaint and Prayer for Compulsory Mental Evaluation, when appropriate

Mental health consultation to primary-care providers, schools and family members

 

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