Crisis Residential

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:

  • Case management
  • Group and individual therapy
  • Integrated assessment and treatment planning
  • Psychiatric evaluation

Crisis Residential services are available to DuPage County residents, regardless of insurance or ability to pay. 

Admission Criteria

  • 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

Exclusionary Criteria

  • Actively suicidal or homicidal with a plan, and unable to contract for safety
  • Aggressive or combative
  • Medically unstable
  • Registered sex offender
  • Unwilling to participate in treatment programming