Get Help Now with Crisis Intervention
If you or someone you know is experiencing a behavioral health crisis, you have three immediate and direct options to get help, or click here to learn more about our Crisis Services.
Crisis Response Service Offerings
Once you’ve been in touch with someone from SummitStone Health Partners, you will be connected to the resources you need which may include our Mobile Crisis Response or our Behavioral Health Urgent Care and Crisis Stabilization Unit.
Mobile Crisis Response
Mobile crisis counselors respond throughout Larimer County and are available 24/7/365.
Our mental health clinicians can respond in the community when you or a loved one is experiencing a behavioral health crisis. Care includes an on-site behavioral health assessment and referral. Our staff are highly trained and experienced in crisis intervention and de-escalation. After the situation has been stabilized, a follow-up care plan will be developed to provide access to the appropriate level of care. This may include linkage or referral, clinical and/or psychiatric assessments, medication evaluation, peer support, case management services, and a safety plan.
Behavioral Health Urgent Care and Crisis Stabilization Unit
Assessments are available between 8:00am and midnight 7 days a week to anyone experiencing a self-defined behavioral health crisis.
Location for this service:
Address: 1217 Riverside Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Phone: (970) 494-4200 ext.4
Hours: 8:00am — Midnight
Our Behavioral Health Urgent Care and Crisis Stabilization Unit is staffed by caring providers who are highly trained and experienced in crisis intervention and de-escalation.
Those in a mental health crisis can stay for up to five days to receive intensive therapy, including psychiatric and nursing services. We also offer group and individual sessions daily to combat isolation, assess, and identify workable solutions.
When patients are discharged they will receive a comprehensive treatment plan with follow-up.
Our staff are highly trained and experienced in crisis intervention and de-escalation. After the situation has been stabilized, we develop a follow-up care plan to provide access to the appropriate level of care.
This may include:
- Peer and family support services
- Medication evaluations
- Clinical and/or psychiatric assessments
- Safety plans
- Case management services
- Referrals to individual therapy, peer-supported therapy, or other services
* The Crisis Center is not a detox facility; however, we can assist those in need of detox services.