Eliot’s Mobile Crisis Intervention provides mobile response in the home, school, or other community settings, for youth experiencing a behavioral health crisis. Clinicians and family partners work with the youth and family to identify, assess, treat, and stabilize a crisis situation to reduce immediate risk of danger to the youth or others, consistent with the youth’s risk management/safety plan.
Services are provided 24-hours a day, 7 days a week and include:
- Crisis assessment;
- Development of a risk management/safety plan if the youth/family does not already have one; and
- Up to 7 days of involvement.
The following stabilization services include onsite, face-to-face:
- Psychiatric evaluation and assessment;
- Individualized, family focused interventions and support;
- Coordination and collaboration with all child and family services including schools; and
- Referrals and links to natural and community supports for child/youth and family.