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BHL Provides the Following Crisis Now Services

A call center hub provides 24/7/365 access to crisis services via phone, text, or chat. Call center hubs resolve approximately 90% of the callers’ concerns telephonically, and can provide real-time connections to care for the 10% who need additional support. Integrated software solutions ensure enhanced coordination of care, and a robust data interfaces drives process improvement, accountability, and transparency.

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Mobile Crisis teams offer community-based intervention to those in crisis wherever they are – home, work, or anywhere in the community. There is no restriction based on location or the day or the time. Crisis has no schedule. Teams connect individuals in a mental health crisis to facility-based care as needed by providing warm hand-offs and coordinating transportation.

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Orchestrate connections to care including 24/7 outpatient scheduling, live bed registry, one-click mobile crisis dispatch, and robust data analytics.

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