Adult Crisis Stabilization Facility

North Central Health Care Adult Crisis Stabilization Facility

The North Central Health Care Adult Crisis Stabilization Facility (ACSF) serves individuals on a voluntary basis. ACSF also offers planned stays or Brief Therapeutic Interventions (BTIs). The ACSF is utilized for individuals who need additional support but are not an imminent risk of danger to themselves or others. ACSF is staffed with Behavioral Health Professionals, a social worker, and nurse during regular business hours, as well as a peer specialist.

The ACSF staff will connect individuals with various community resources upon discharge. Individuals who are seeking admission to the ACSF should bring their prescribed medications in their original containers when presenting for an admission for them to be administered during their stay. ACSF staff, and the Crisis Center transportation driver will have the ability to drive individuals to and from necessary medical and/or mental health appointments during their stay if available. Staff are unable to service clients with complex medical conditions such as sliding dose diabetes, injections, and some chronic conditions.

ACSF offers BTIs, which are planned stays that take place when an individual is not actively in a crisis. Planned stays serve as a respite type service and are determined by the individual, the individual’s guardian if applicable, the community social worker, and the ACSF unit social worker. To schedule a BTI, contact Crisis Services who will put you in contact with the appropriate clinician.

Adult Crisis Stabilization Facility Details

Patient Capacity:

Ages Served: 18+, must be able to complete activities of daily living independently or with little assistance. We are unable to serve clients with complex medical issues.

Patient Rooms/Bathrooms: Double occupancy bedrooms & unit bathrooms

Level of Restriction: Unlocked/least restrictive

Legal Status: Voluntary

Average Stay: 3-5 days

For additional information, more photos or to download program literature, visit our Adult Crisis Stabilization Facility (ACSF).