Mobile Crisis Services Launch in Chatham County
As part of our expansion of services into Chatham County in Central North Carolina, Monarch launched Mobile Crisis Management Services on Monday, June 12.
This is the first of a two-phase expansion in Chatham County in partnership with Vaya Health which will also include the opening of a walk-in behavioral health outpatient clinic in Pittsboro in the coming months.
Monarch currently provides Mobile Crisis Management services in Bladen, Scotland and Robeson counties in Southeastern North Carolina. The service provides integrated crisis response, crisis stabilization and crisis prevention activities for adults, teens and children who experience an acute mental health crisis. Services are available 24 hours per day, seven days per week, 365 days per year and are available in Chatham County by calling (800) 568-7235.
The goal of Mobile Crisis Services is to promote symptom reduction, harm reduction and to safely transition any individuals in acute crisis to appropriate crisis stabilization and detoxification.
Monarch’s trained crisis professionals are available to talk with a person over the phone or to meet them in the community (at home, work or another location) to provide support.
More information on Mobile Crisis Services is available here.
Posted on: Tuesday June 13, 2023