Mobile Crisis Response Service

Mobil Crisis Response Service

Our Mobile Crisis Response Service provides support, advocacy, crisis intervention, assessment, and assistance in facilitating access to emergency room services, which may result in an admission to a psychiatric hospital.

Mobile Outreach promotes the quickest, most effective resolution of crises, assisting clients in remaining in their natural environment, thus minimizing the need for psychiatric hospitalization. Mobile Outreach is available to respond independently or to accompany police, responding to calls where an individual may be experiencing a mental health crisis.

Looking to reach our mobile outreach program? Call 1.888.568.1112.

Acute Care Services

Acute Care services are designed to promote the stabilization of an acute crisis and provide a link to other longer-term community resources as needed.

Priority is given to those individuals at significant risk for harm, deterioration in functioning, or have limited or underdeveloped support systems. The acute care clinicians, crisis resource counselor, and psychiatrists provide short-term follow-up services towards successful crisis resolution. Our Psychiatric Services provides psychiatric evaluation, follow-up, and medication management to individuals following an acute crisis episode and an initial intervention by a mobile outreach worker.

The Acute Care Clinicians provide planned short-term brief therapy to individuals following an acute crisis episode and an initial intervention by a mobile outreach worker.

The Crisis Resource Counselor provides planned short-term follow-up support to individuals following an acute crisis episode and an initial intervention by a mobile outreach worker.

Psychiatric Services provides psychiatric evaluation, follow-up, and medication management to individuals following an acute crisis episode and an initial intervention by a mobile outreach worker. The focus is on 1) psychiatric evaluation, 2) psychiatric follow-up, 3) medication management, and 4) consultation to crisis staff.

Looking to get more information or need to access our services?

Call 207.523.5049

Mental Health Police Liaison

Working closely with the Portland Police Department, the Mental Health/Police Liaison provides crisis intervention, assessment, and assistance in facilitating crisis services. This service is made available to accompany the Portland Police Department responding to

calls where a mental health crisis may be involved.

Broadway Crossing

A short-term therapeutic residential alternative to hospitalization for adults experiencing a mental health crisis. Broadway Crossing is

an 8-bed short-term crisis stabilization residential setting for adults in crisis with a mental illness or dual diagnosis experiencing a mental health crisis. It provides a less restrictive alternative to psychiatric hospitalization.