Yes. No one will be turned away in a crisis situation due to not having insurance.
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Yes. The Crisis Response Unit (CRU) can help support families develop better coping skills and a solid plan to help in future situations.
The Crisis Response Unit (CRU) staff consists of trained mental health professionals and practitioners.
Possibly. Washington County does not charge a fee for Crisis Response services. However, some services can be billed through the individual’s insurance policy which may lead to a financial obligation for the insurance holder.
Yes. Stabilization services are available to work with clients for a short time to ensure that any needed referrals are made and supports are in place.
In most situations, yes. The only time the phone would not be answered is in a situation where all staff are working with other clients. In that case, staff will return the call as soon as possible.