The Meadows has contracted with Centre County MH/MR since 1995 to develop a premier crisis intervention service. Our crisis services are client-centered, promote the individual’s path towards recovery, collaborate with mental health professionals and community partners, advocate for positive resolution and assist the individual through the crisis. Our crisis services support the communities we serve by being active in suicide prevention efforts, a crisis intervention, public education and outreach.
Crisis intervention through Universal Community Behavioral Health provides immediate access to assessment, counseling, consultation and referral services by telephone or face-to-face. The goal of these services is to assist the consumer in resolving the difficulty as quickly as possible in a way which not only reduces the need for more restrictive treatment services, but also encourages the psychological and emotional wellness of the patient. Crisis management and crisis counseling services are available through 24-hour crisis hotlines. Mobile crisis intervention and crisis center walk-in visits may also be available.
Crisis intervention services are currently available in the following counties in Pennsylvania:
Mobile Crisis Intervention and crisis center walk-in visits may also be available. Interventions can take place anywhere in the community at any time. Mobile crisis counselors can recommend appropriate treatment options and can communicate with physicians, family and treatment facilities when needed.
Mobile crisis intervention is available at the following counties: