The Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) is intended to provide an individual with more choices in their journey to recovery. CSU is open twenty four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week and serves as a space for an individual to receive care when experiencing a behavioral health crisis.
The program is intended to serve as a voluntary alternative to a locked treatment setting allowing an individual the opportunity to reset their emotional states. An individual’s stay within CSU is less than 24 hours as a way to reduce their current stimuli and stressors, and to allow them to remain in the community.
CSU serves up to eight (8) individuals at a time allowing more focused support to help reduce the symptoms of crisis. The smaller environment allows a more tranquil space and opportunity to separate from the daily stressors that can overload an individual.