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Are you or someone you know experiencing a mental health crisis?

Crisis stabilization targets populations of all ages who are experiencing an acute crisis of a psychiatric nature that may jeopardize the current living situation. The goals of this service are to prevent hospitalization and establish community stabilization, safety plans, etc. Services are authorized for up to a 15-day period per crisis episode following a face-to-face intake and may be provided up to 15 consecutive days in each episode, or up to 60 days annually.


In order to be eligible for crisis stabilization services, one must meet two of the following criteria:

1.Experiencing difficulty in establishing and maintaining normal interpersonal relationships to a degree that one is at risk of hospitalization, homelessness or isolation from social supports.

2.Experiencing difficulty in activities of daily living, such as hygiene, food or managing finances to the degree that health or safety is jeopardized.

3.Inappropriate behavior that necessitate immediate interventions by mental health, social services or the judicial system.Difficulty in cognitive ability. For example, one is unable to recognize personal danger or recognize significantly inappropriate social behaviors.

What our clients are saying

I suffer from Bipolar Disorder and Depression. I was beginning to shut down and started arguing with my parents daily. I felt like I was losing my mind and my parents were about to put me out on the street. I was on a downward spiral and was referred to Spread Your Wings Supportive Counseling. They jumped right in and assisted me. I now receive my meds and the mental health support that I desperately needed. I am on a new road and I love it!

Spread Your Wings Supportive Counseling, LLC

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