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Crisis Stabilization Services

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Hargrove Oliver & Parker Enterprises’ Crisis Stabilization Services provide training and support to enable clients with significant functional limitations, achieve and maintain community stability and independence in the least restrictive environment. Services are primarily Medicaid funded and provided by our Qualified
Mental Health Professionals with knowledge and experience working with clients diagnosed with a serious mental illness and/or dual diagnoses. The average duration for these services is 15 days with a limitation of twice a year. Counselors focus on stabilizing crisis, identifying areas in need of attention, and helping to stabilize the entire family unit, linking clients with temporary housing is a benefit.

Specific Interventions provided by Crisis Stabili- zation Workers include the following:

  • Comprehensive Assessment
  • Individualized Service Planning
  • Life & Independent Living Skills Training
  • Social Skills Training/Parenting Skills
  • Medication Management Education
  • Linkage to Community Resources
  • Emotional & Mental Health Management
  • Crisis & Community Stabilization
  •  24 Hour Intervention/Services provided up to  8hrs/per day
  •  Emergency Psychiatric Appointments
  • Case Management Services
  • Client-Centered Approach
  • Assistance Finding Housing

Eligibility Criteria :-

To qualify for this service, individuals must demonstrate a clinical necessity for the service arising from a condition due to an acute crisis of a psychiatric nature that puts the individual at risk of psychiatric hospitalization. Individuals must meet at least two of the following criteria at the time of admission to the service:

  1. Experiencing difficulty in maintaining normal interpersonal relationships to such a degree that they are at risk of hospitalization or homelessness or isolation from social support.
  2. Experiencing difficulty in activities of daily living (ADL’s) such as maintaining personal hygiene, preparing food and maintaining adequate nutrition, or managing finances to such a degree that health or safety is jeopardized.
  3. Exhibiting such inappropriate behavior that immediate interventions by mental health, social services, or the judicial system are necessary.
  4. Exhibiting difficulty in cognitive ability (e.g., the individual is unable to recognize personal danger or recognize significantly inappropriate social behavior).

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