FSL is proud to announce two new mental health/substance abuse programs that will address the frightening growth of addiction in our communities.
FSL’s new Mobile Crisis Team (MCT) will respond rapidly to a mental health crisis in the community. The goal is to engage individuals in crisis and, when applicable, divert use of hospitals and emergency rooms. A team will respond to the individual or family in their home, place of employment, school, etc. Assessments, crisis intervention, and linkage to other appropriate services for aftercare will be provided and coordinated. This program will work in coordination with the new Crisis Stabilization Center and 24/7 hotline that is expected to open in September, 2018.
FSL’s new Crisis Stabilization Center (CSC), projected to begin in September, will offer 24/7 outpatient services to individuals who are feeling overwhelmed by mental health, substance abuse, or other related stressors. Services will include assessments, counseling (individual and/or family), peer advocacy and supports, and linkage to community based services. This program will work with our 24/7 hotline (also expected to begin in September, 2018) and in coordination with our new Mobile Crisis Teams.
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