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Pacific, Grays Harbor, Cowlitz, & Whakiakum Counties
Willapa Behavioral Health Mobile Crisis Support
Anyone having a mental health or substance use crisis can call this number for support. Individuals can be in services with MCT for up to 14 days
Clallam, Jefferson Counties
Peninsula Behavioral Health Crisis Support
Providing local crisis care reduces the cost of expensive inpatient treatment for many residents, and alleviates pressure on families, emergency rooms, as well as the Port Angeles and Sequim PD and Clallam County Jail. PBH works with the Salish Regional Toll-Free Crisis Line to dispatch Designated Crisis Responders and provide residents with compassionate, effective and individualized care. You do not need to be a current client of PBH to receive crisis support.
Lewis, Pacific, Grays Harbor, Cowlitz, Whakiakum Counties
Cascade Mental Health Mobile Crisis Services
Cascade offers Mobile Crisis Services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at no cost. Crisis services are available to assist any individual of all age groups who are in an emotional crisis. Crisis responders utilize a holistic approach to create and implement appropriate and individualized measures to help maintain safety and provide stabilization.
Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, & Stevens Counties
Spokane Regional Crisis Services
Behavioral Health Crisis Hotline services staffed by skilled professionals to assess, resolve crisis by phone, make appropriate referrals, and/or dispatch mobile teams or the Designated Crisis Responder (DCR). The Spokane Regional Service Area Behavioral Health Crisis Hotline Number is 1 (877) 266-1818;
Kitsap, Calallam, Jefferson, & Weston
Kitsap Mental Health Services’ Mobile Crisis Response Team (CRT)
Kitsap Mental Health Services’ Mobile Crisis Response Team (CRT) consists of Designated Crisis Responders (DCRs) who are available 24/7, 365 days a year. DCRs help people suffering from a mental health and/or substance abuse disorder who may be a danger to themselves or others. This includes aiding an individual to access services at the level of support needed to get immediate help. The Mobile Crisis Response Team’s DCRs provide emergency assessments and referrals to inpatient care, which may include, if necessary, involuntary detention in our evaluation and treatment center or other psychiatric facility or substance use treatment facility. DCRs seek to assist people in crisis with the least restrictive services needed to support them in their recovery.