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Triage Care

Crisis Residential/Triage Services

Crisis residential and triage services are for individuals experiencing mental health crises and co-occurring mental health and substance use challenges. Triage care helps stabilize individuals with medication management, sleep, food, and more in less than 24 hours. Crisis residential is stabilization treatment for up to two weeks that includes individual and group therapy and can include psychiatric services, medication management, and therapeutic recreation.

How crisis residential/triage services work

Crisis residential and triage services are part of the Rosecrance crisis system of care.

Rosecrance triage services connect people with crisis intervention, screening, evaluation, and referrals. Triage helps determine the immediate needs of people who walk into or are referred to our locations.

The goal of triage is to stabilize the client and refer them to continued services, which can include Rosecrance’s continuum of residential and outpatient care or other community providers. Rosecrance uses a “living room” concept, which is a comfortable, safe, and welcoming environment designed to feel less clinical.

Rosecrance crisis residential services provide crisis intervention in a safe, managed environment for individuals with serious mental illness and/or a co-occurring substance use disorder who are experiencing a psychiatric crisis but whose assessments show that they do not need inpatient care.

Instead, these individuals are cared for in a voluntary 24-hour supervised setting for up to two weeks with programming focused on case management, individual and group therapy, and discharge planning.

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Why are we asking for this additional information?

With your current insurance information and location, we can better match you to programs and services that best fit your specific situation.

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