Crisis Stabilization – Project 3.a.i.i
Emergency departments and community behavioral health providers are often unable to readily find resources for the acutely psychotic or otherwise unstable behavioral health patient. Crisis Stabilization services provide a single resource of expert care management for these complex patients where they can be monitored in a safe location, supporting the de-escalation of the crisis. A mobile crisis team will be available to assist with moving patients safely to an inpatient psychiatric stabilization if short term monitoring does not resolve the crisis and will follow-up after stabilization to ensure continued wellness.
Care Compass Network’s Goals
- Provide resources for emergency departments and community behavioral health providers.
- Increase awareness and provide the necessary tools on how to monitor and observe unstable behavioral health patients.
Who is Eligible to Participate in the Project?
Observation Units in Hospitals and Community-based organizations that deal with behavioral health patients, provide crisis respite services or a crisis suicide call center.
Latest News & Updates
Crisis Stabilization Project 3aii Webinar – June 13, 2017
Nancy Frank, Project Manager and Emily Pape, Director of Population Health provide an understanding of the metrics that will be associated with Crisis Stabilization during DSRIP Year 3 as well as cover a few frequently asked questions during this webinar […] Watch Now
Ithaca Detox Center to Open in One Year – May 9, 2017
The Alcohol and Drug Council of Tompkins County received a $500,000 grant through Care Compass Network’s Innovation Fund program to open a much needed detox center in Ithaca next year. WSKG News’ Bret Jaspers reports on the developments […] Read More and Listen to Podcast
New Crisis Mobility Program in Broome County Influences Outcomes for the Mental Health Community – February 3, 2017
When New York State was just beginning to outline the potential impact of the new statewide Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program (DSRIP), Keith Leahey was paying close attention. “I was aware of DSRIP and how the Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier (MHAST) might fit into the plan. Until now, the funding just wasn’t available.” […] Read More