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Mobile Crisis Services
“WHY DOES HE EVEN CARE?! I TALKED OPENLY ABOUT EVERYTHING AND HE JUST SAT THERE AND LISTENED. IT WAS LIKE WITH EVERY PAINFUL WORD, A WEIGHT WAS LIFTED”
“IF A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS, A MOBILE CRISIS VISIT TO SOMEONE’S HOME IS WORTH A MILLION”
-DR. MATTHEW GOLDMAN
“IF YOU WANT TO HELP SOMEONE IN YOUR COMMUNITY, YOU HAVE TO HELP THEM BUILD A LIFE. ANYONE CAN BE BROKEN… BUT ANYONE CAN LIVE. ANYONE CAN FIND HOPE.”
“What if we could see the entire [crisis] system?”
Professor Martin Connor
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.
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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With state license 0000001, The Bridge Center for Hope a campus of connection for behavioral health crisis opened in East Baton Rouge Parish in February. According to Kliebert, the journey started with the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. #CrisisTalk Read More
"Life isn’t about winning and losing. It’s about finding what each moment is trying to teach us and learning from it. Pursue your destiny, folks." #RecoveryTalk #HopeIncStories Read More
"Everyone needs someone. We are human, created to be in community and connection...Be the friend you need. Spread the connection." #HopeIncStories #RecoveryTalk Read More
"Sometimes you can't think of anything else but the pain that you're in. But if you turn on a comedy show...it allows you to escape your reality." For Behavioral Health Link's Star Carter, humor was a path out of darkness. #HopeIncStories Read More
Lucy Schwartz share her art on #HopeIncStories. This mural is in Indio, California and shows the pathway to the ocean and a guiding lighthouse to the guests of the RI International site. #Art #JoinOurCommunity Read More
"The times I’ve swallowed my fear and taken a risk have often paid off – granted not all of them. It’s not ours to control. All we can control is our own behavior and how we respond to situations as they come up." #HopeIncStories #JoinOurCommunity Read More
"I’ve noticed recently that even the best people I know are now living in a protective bubble of sorts and reluctant to reach out to others, even for kindness.… Can’t find a nice person? BE ONE!" Sarah Deats in #HopeIncStories #RecoveryTalk Read More
“Crisis is dynamic, and that’s why we go out in two-person teams when diverting from the 911 call center,” she says. “However, we’re experts in assessing the level of risk for the person and the clinicians.” #CrisisTalk #MentalHealth Read More