Emergency Psychiatric Services

Eliot provides mobile psychiatric evaluation, crisis intervention, stabilization, and follow up for those in acute psychiatric distress

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Our multidisciplinary team comprised of Mental Health Counselors, Social Workers, Peer Specialists, and Family Partners provide person and family centered support and services wherever and whenever it is needed. Eliot’s Psychiatric Emergency Services Program is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and provides the following:

Crisis Intervention and Management: Linkage and Referral To:
Emergency Psychiatric Evaluation Outpatient Therapy
Mobile Outreach Medication Evaluation & Monitoring
Diagnostic Assessment Intensive Day Treatment
Crisis Management and Stabilization Partial Hospitalization and SOAP
Consultation and Support Community Crisis Stabilization Service
Risk & Safety Assessment and Planning Community Support Programs
Warm Line Services Detoxification Services
In-Patient Hospitalization

 

 Eliot’s Youth Mobile Crisis Intervention services are available to children, youth and families under the age of 21. Each youth and family is served by a team of professionals comprised of a Clinician and Family Partner.  Team members provide assessment, intervention, and stabilization in the home, school or community for individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis.  Services are individualized and family-focused, offering support, education, and crisis management for up to 7 days.  Service is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our service area includes the following municipalities:

Everett Melrose     Stoneham
Lynn Nahant Swampscott
Lynnfield North Reading Wakefield
Malden Reading
Medford Saugus

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Eliot’s Community Crisis Stabilization (CCS) Program located in Lynn provides assessment and treatment delivering short term 24 hour treatment for adults in a structured and supportive environment.  CCS provides person-centered stabilization and support of individuals in psychiatric distress in the least restrictive environment.  Access to the CCS Program is provided through Eliot’s Emergency Psychiatric Services.

Services Include:

Group, individual, and family therapy Crisis prevention planning
Medication evaluation and monitoring Case management
Crisis intervention Nursing services