Mobile Crisis Stabilization

A mental health crisis can happen to anyone with mental illness, at any time.

Dealing with these crises effectively and quickly can mean the difference between remaining safe and comfortable in your home, and ending up in a hospital while your life goes unmanaged.

 

NCG provides 24-hour mobile crisis stabilization to adults and children so that those who suffer from mental health crises may continue with life as planned.

Mobile Crisis Stabilization 
 

Our highly qualified mental health professionals are committed to responding to mental health crises 24 hours a day in the community. These counselors provide immediate stabilization and thoroughly assess the client so that a service plan, to include a person-centered safety plan, may be developed within 24 hours. Our crisis team consists of qualified counselors, licensed professionals, and psychiatrists who consult on each case and make suitable client-centered recommendations for treatment.

Are you or a loved one experiencing a crisis? Call your location today!

Chesapeake

757.280.1751

Farmville

434.326.5277
 

Fredericksburg

540.339.3792

Harrisonburg

540.339.3772
 

Newport News

757.209.2927

Petersburg

804.223.2927

Richmond

804.729.0102

Suffolk

757.280.1752

Virginia Beach

757.998.8459

Services Include

  • 24-hour, rapid mobile response
     

  • Up to 15 days of stabilization per episode
     

  • Screening and triage
     

  • Clinical assessments including lethality
     

  • Sessions multiple times a week
     

  • Psychiatric assessment and services
     

  • Medication management
     

  • Service, discharge and transition planning
     

  • Safety planning
     

  • Seamless coordination with aftercare treatment and support services

Call us if you or a loved one is suffering from: 

  • Aggression or self harm
     

  • Thoughts of suicide
     

  • Threatening behaviors
     

  • Dangerous decision making
     

  • Extreme social isolation
     

  • Property destruction
     

  • Hallucinations or delusional thinking
     

  • Loss of coping skills

For additional information and program criteria, you may visit here

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