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- Early intervention services assist individuals in detecting developmental delays and/or untreated conditions that need further evaluation
- The process provides specialized interventions and supports to individuals demonstrating early signs of a mental health condition. These services are age dependent.
- Medication Management includes an initial evaluation of a person’s medication needs. After the initial evaluation, a prescriber will monitor the medications to ensure there are no negative interactions or side effects.
- Outpatient therapy is a safe, supportive environment where children and adults can learn more about their mental health and develop skills.
Community-Based Crisis Stabilization
- Community Based Crisis Stabilization provides supports to individuals and families in their own home with therapy and skill building services designed to meet the individual’s immediate needs.
Residential-Based Crisis Stabilization
- Residential Based Crisis Stabilization provides a safe space outside of the home for individuals and families to access therapy and skill building services designed to meet the individual’s immediate needs.
23-Hour Crisis Observation
- When immediate hospitalization is not required, 23-Hour Crisis Observation provides short-term crisis services.
Psychiatric Urgent Care
- Psychiatric urgent care is available on a walk-in basis to anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.
- Subacute Care is a short-term, comprehensive set of services for adults who previously had or are at risk of experiencing mental health crisis symptoms.
Inpatient Behavioral Health
- Inpatient behavioral health help is available for those needing additional attention and care for themselves or another individual.
Mobile Crisis Response
- These teams are staffed with professionals who are trained to help anyone in crisis, from children and teenagers to adults and can assist law enforcement on mental health-related emergency calls.
Justice Involved Mental Health Services
- Mental health services are available to incarcerated individuals at the Polk County jail. Medication management and therapy services can help people learn coping skills with mental health symptoms while incarcerated and providing a connection to mental health support after release.
Mental Health Commitments
- Family, friends, and caregivers may start a court proceeding for an involuntary commitment of another individual with a serious mental illness if the person is unwilling to seek treatment for themselves.
24-Hour Crisis Line
- The 24-hour crisis line is available to anyone experiencing a mental health crisis. All calls are free, confidential, and have a trained professional on the other end.
- Jail diversion is mental health support available to adults during and after incarceration. This service works to secure community support services that encourage a successful transition back into the community.