Crisis Resolution Center
Options Crisis Resolution Center offers a safe,
confidential environment for the purpose of treating the individual who
is experiencing a psychiatric emergency and may need addiction
assessment and treatment.
Fully licensed as
a Secure Residential Facility, certified as a Non-Hospital Hold and as
a Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program by Addiction &
Mental Health Division of the State of Oregon. Also recognized by the Addiction & Mental Health Problem Gambling Services Division.
~ is a state of the art, five bed, secure unit where we are able to
begin treatment immediately to stabilize individuals who are a danger
to self or others as a result of their mental illness. Commitment
hearings are held on-site and we are able to institute 14 day
diversions and revocations of trail visits.
Crisis Respite ~ is
designed to address the individualsí needs who is experiencing a
psychiatric emergency and may have co-occurring disorders. Individual
and group therapy as well as didactic education groups, skills training
and medication management are utilized in the stabilization process.
Families are encouraged to participate in the individualís recovery.
Length of stay on average is 3 to 5 days.
Addictions Assessment, Treatment and Referrals ~ CRC
offers specialized treatment for the individual with co-occurring
chemical abuse and dependency as well as Prevention, Education &
Treatment for the Compulsive Gambler or their family. Individuals are
assessed using ASAM criteria both for admission and discharge.
The Multi-Disciplinary Professional Staff include:
- Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners
- Registered Nurses
- Qualified Mental Health Professionals
- Qualified Mental Health Associates
- Certified Gambling Addiction Counselors
- Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors
- Mental Health Technicians
staff is skilled in providing treatment to individuals who present with
acute psychiatric problems and those with complex co-occurring
disorders. The program is designed to treat these disorders in a safe,
therapeutic, homelike environment.
- Provide individualized, comprehensive treatment planning and crisis stabilization.
ability to recognize unhealthy behaviors and their role in perpetuating
mental illness, addiction and increasing relapse potential.
- Stabilize and engage the individual into the treatment process.
- Facilitate the individualís transfer back to the community.
NON- HOSPITAL HOLD ELIGIBILITY
individual must be 18 years or older, screened by a physician and meet
the criteria for and placed on either a Physicianís or Directorís Hold.
The following categories of persons are not appropriate for placement in crisis care:
1.Persons in need of seclusion and restraint due to non-compliance or assaultive behavior.
2.Persons who are in need of semi-skilled or skilled nursing care, or who are non-ambulatory.
3.Persons who are medically compromised.
VOLUNTARY CRISIS UNIT ELIGIBILITY
individual must be 18 years or older, severely or chronically mentally
ill and in need of temporary crisis care on a voluntary basis.
Placement may be made if the following conditions exist:
- 1.Individual is experiencing a psychiatric emergency
- 2.Serious, complex, co-occurring disorders
- 3.Little or no support
- 4.Failure of lower level of care
- 5.Medication stabilization
The Referral Process
Referrals may be made directly to the facility by calling 541-472-9983 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
We invite you to contact us for more information about admission and referrals for services.
320 SW Ramsey Avenue
Grants Pass, Oregon 97527