Crisis Residential is a 12-bed unit that provides short-term psychiatric stabilization to DuPage County residents. The unit is voluntary and unlocked, and is utilized both as a step-down from inpatient psychiatric care and as an alternative to inpatient hospitalization.
No appointment needed. Crisis evaluations to determine eligibility for Crisis Residential are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Services provided include:
Group and individual therapy
Integrated assessment and treatment planning
Crisis Residential services are available to DuPage County residents, regardless of insurance or ability to pay.
Resident of DuPage County
18 years of age or older
Assessed as medically stable and able to complete activities of daily independent-living
Clinically assessed as able to self-administer medications and able to participate in treatment programming
Experiencing an increase in psychiatric symptoms, or in a psychiatric crisis and in need of stabilization
Actively suicidal or homicidal with a plan, and unable to contract for safety