Crisis Care Services
24 Hour Crisis Line
- 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
- Your Life Iowa Your Life Iowa is a place to call when facing a question, concern, or problem with alcohol, drugs, gambling, mental health issues or suicidal thoughts. 855-581-8111 or text 855-895-8398 or chat YourLifeIowa.org
Heartland Family Service’s MHCRT is for children and adults and is dispatched only by Law Enforcement (911), rural critical access hospital emergency departments, or the court system.
Anywhere Crisis Care ADULTS: 531-301-1029 CHILDREN: 712-322-3700
- Provides supports to individuals and families in their own home or place in the community with therapy and skill building services designed to meet the individual's immediate needs
- Services provided in short-term residential settings to de-escalate and stabilize a mental health crisis. CSRS is a voluntary service.
- Generally, a 3-5 day service.
- Client has access to:
- Medication appointment
- Daily therapy
- Daily meeting with a Case Manager
- Discharge planning
- Warm handoff to a region crisis service coordinator for additional follow up and support
- Who can refer: Anyone can refer to this service.
Crisis Stabilization Residential Service for Adults
- ADULTS: Bridges Crisis Care, 600 9th Avenue, Council Bluffs, IA 51501 PH: 712-325-5650 FX: 712-325-5651
- ADULTS: Harbor Point, 218 W Division Street, Clarinda, IA PH: 712-850-1389
Support services provided in a residential setting to de-escalate and stabilize a mental health crisis. Typically a 3 - 5 day stay during which care coordination, therapy, and supports are provided. Anyone can refer, and transportation can be provided.
Crisis Service Coordination
Crisis Service Coordination is a voluntary service available to all adults and children who were served by Crisis Access Network (CAN) Crisis Services. Crisis Service Coordinators follow up within 24 hours of the referral from the CAN Crisis Service provider and continue to follow the individual for at least 30 days, ensuring that the appropriate Mental Health and Substance Use services are set up for the individual. After 30 days, the Crisis Service Coordinator completes a Follow-Up Questionnaire with the individual to ensure the appropriate services are in place and then discharges the individual from crisis service coordination if they no longer require assistance.
Additional crisis services are coming soon.