We are here to help anyone suffering from acute or severe psychiatric symptoms.  Psychiatric symptoms can include:  severe depression, anxiety, hearing/ seeing things that aren’t there, etc.  Patients on the crisis stabilization unit do not have to suffer from Substance Use Disorder.  Many times these symptoms appear as signs of an untreated mental health disorder.  Our medical and therapy team can work to provide a safe environment for treatment and stabilization.

What happens during Crisis Stabilization?

Our multidisciplinary team of professionals will form a treatment plan that will focus on your specific challenges and goals.  You will be closely monitored in a comfortable, safe environment.  You may also participate in individual and/or group therapy, supportive counseling, or other therapeutic activities.

Who provides care for the Crisis Stabilization Unit?

Crisis Stabilization at St. Joseph Recovery Center is provided by multidisciplinary teams of experienced and compassionate professionals. Depending upon your needs and goals, you may work with the following experts during your time with us:

  • Psychiatrist
  • Physician assistants
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Registered nurses
  • Licensed practical nurses
  • Licensed professional counselors
  • Certified substance abuse counselors
  • Social workers
  • Peer Recovery Support Specialists
  • Case Managers

In addition to the professionals listed above, our staff also features a variety of therapists and other experts, all of whom have been selected not only for their skills, but also for their dedication to patient-focused care

What happens after Crisis Stabilization?

Upon completion of your stay, you will be given a discharge plan, detailing our plan to keep you on track in your recovery.  This can include medical evaluation, medication management, as well as individual and group therapy.  You can follow up with St. Joseph Recovery Center outpatient or mobile clinics or we can help you choose an outside provider to best meet your needs.