IDD Crisis Services provides services to individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities who present in a psychiatric/behavioral crisis through an intensive wraparound support team. Services include:
Dual Diagnosis Clinic - Psychiatric outpatient services are designed to provide psychiatric diagnostic evaluations and subsequent pharmacological management services delivered by a board-certified psychiatrist. Additional services include nursing, specialized counseling with a Licensed Professional Counselor and a crisis intervention specialist that works with individuals who are in crisis.
Mobile Crisis Outreach - Crisis response provides a combination of services in the community that include emergency care, urgent care, and crisis follow-up and crisis prevention services. The team provides prompt assessment and evaluation in the community, stabilization in the least restrictive environment, crisis resolution, and linkage to appropriate services.
Crisis Respite – Emergency short-term, community-based residential, crisis treatment to persons who have a low risk of harm to self or others and may require direct supervision and care.
If you or someone you know are experiencing a crisis, please call 325-653-5933 or 1-800-395-8965.
For more information about services, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 325-658-7750.