New Crisis Intervention Center Facility Unveiled

Crisis Intervention CenterOn Monday, DHS hosted a ribbon cutting event showcasing a new facility and new format for the Crisis Intervention Center in Sequoia 3. Thank you to those who attended this event!

The Crisis Intervention Center (CIC) provides behavioral healthcare services in a community-based settingto individuals experiencing a psychiatric crisis. The center is open 24 hours per day, seven days a week, to individuals of all ages experiencing a crisis. The CIC provides a warm, comfortable person-centered environment focused on recovery and wellness. Learn more about the CIC here!



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School Support Line – no-cost, confidential service for students and families! Mental health professionals know how to listen, ask the right questions, and offer advice. And it’s available 24/7/365 for you or for members of your family; you do NOT have to be a Cigna member to use the support line! More Information:
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