OnceCare’s Crisis Services include several Crisis Centers around the state and Mobile Crisis Management support. These services are for those who are experiencing a crisis and are in immediate need of the proper care.
Behavioral Health Urgent Care
OneCare’s Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC) is an outpatient facility that provides walk-in crisis assessment, referral and treatment by licensed behavioral health and experienced medical professionals, for people with mental health or substance use disorders who have an emergent need. We collaborate with hospitals and other providers to help connect people with the most appropriate resources. We offer medication management, outpatient therapy, case management and other related services, that provide immediate as well as community-based treatment following a crisis. Our BHUC serves as a local designated site to receive people in need of the first assessment in the Involuntary Commitment (IVC) process. Those who need a short-term intensive evaluation and are eligible, can be admitted to our Facility-Based Crisis program.
Facility-Based Crisis Program
OneCare’s Facility-Based Crisis (FBC) program is the first step in life-changing treatment for adults who are at risk of self-harm or harming others and suffer from mental illness that requires a short-term intensive evaluation. Under the clinical oversight of a psychiatrist, we offer a short-term, 16-bed non-hospital residential program that provides short-term stabilization, a comprehensive clinical assessment, treatment intervention, medical detoxification, and aftercare planning. Caring and experienced staff provide round-the-clock support. OneCare’s FBC is also designated to receive people in need of the first assessment in the IVC process. This service is designed as a time-limited alternative to hospitalization for an individual in crisis. At OneCare, our Facility-Based Crisis and Behavioral Health Urgent Care programs provide a safe, secure and healthy environment where healing can begin.
OneCare also provides crisis stabilization services where patients no longer at risk of acute withdrawal further stabilize medically and emotionally in a safe residential setting. Crisis stabilization stays range typically from 7-28 days and provide an opportunity for patients to continue to receive medical and psychiatric care, individual therapy, group therapy, medication management, and family education.