When traditional outpatient crisis care can't meet your needs, Safe Harbor's Crisis Services Acute Need and Diversion Services (CSANDS) can help.
The CSANDS program's quick and intensive access to a crisis situation that could lead to:
To refer someone to CSANDS, call Crisis Services at 814-456-2014. Crisis staff will meet with the person to make sure CSANDS is the right program, or enroll them in one more suitable.
CSANDS offers a more intensive level of outpatient services for those who need it.
Therapists can meet program participants up to twice a week either:
Our master-level therapists have training to work with a variety of issues for those in a crisis.
Follow-up coordinators will make sure services and supports are in place to provide patients with every opportunity to succeed.
During this short-term and focused program, follow-up coordinators will:
CSANDS participants receive quick access to providers so they can get their medication needs met.
They also have longer appointments up to once a week during their time in CSANDS. This allows the chance to discuss and monitor medications.
To be eligible for CSANDS, a person must be experiencing one or more of the following:
People will be ineligible for CSANDS due to:
To refer someone or learn more about CSANDS, call Crisis Services at UPMC Western Behavioral Health at Safe Harbor at 814-456-2014.
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