Sometimes, a crisis will happen and immediate action must be taken. In those times, Central Wyoming Counseling Center is only a phone call away.
Through our Crisis Stabilization Services (CSS), our team of highly-trained professionals offer support to individuals who are experiencing intense psychiatric or substance use disorders.
Our Crisis Stabilization Services are designed to be a community-based alternative to hospitalization or individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis. Services can be requested by the individual, their family, a primary care provider, a correctional facility, or another appropriate third party.
CSS offers residential psychiatric and behavioral health stabilization services in a calm, protected, and supervised non-hospital settings.
Lifeline Crisis Call Specialists perform de-escalation, crisis intervention and active rescues for callers in distress. Lifeline Crisis Call Specialists are trained to assist with variety of crisis situations including domestic violence, human trafficking, trauma and grief.
Our Social Detoxification Unit (SDU) is a non-medical residential therapeutic environment for alcohol and/or drug withdrawal. Our trained professionals assist with the social components of withdrawing from addictive substances. After a successful social detoxification, our clients will receive an assessment, as well as a personalized recommendation for long-term solutions to their recovery.
A community-based alternative to hospitalization, our intensive, short-term structured environment supports the safe resolution of problems, such as:
Individuals appropriate for this level of care:
Individuals appropriate for the SART level of care could be experiencing severe depression, thoughts of suicide, and/or psychotic symptoms. They my also have co-occurring, substance-related diagnoses.
SART Services are appropriate for:
Individuals receiving SART services are seen by a psychiatric prescriber who may prescribe and adjust medications as needed during their stay.
Same-day appointments available, walk-ins welcome. If you or someone you know is in a crisis, there are people to help. Use the hotlines below to talk to someone.
If there is an emergency DIAL 911.