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Adult Crisis Residential Services

Crisis Residential Services are intended to provide a short-term alternative to inpatient psychiatric hospitalization for individuals experiencing an acute psychiatric crisis when clinically indicated.

Services are designed for a subset of individuals who meet psychiatric inpatient admission criteria or are at risk of admission, but who can be appropriately served in settings less intensive than a hospital.  

The goal of Crisis Residential Services is to facilitate reduction in the intensity of those factors that lead to crisis residential admission through the person-centered and recovery / resilience-oriented approach.

Services are designed to resolve the immediate crisis and improve the functioning level of the individuals served to allow them to return to a less intensive community living situation as soon as possible. Group and individual treatment are provided by a comprehensive treatment team, including peer support specialists, social workers, nurses, and psychiatrists.

Program Overview

  • 24-hour staffing coverage
  • Recovery-oriented group curriculum
  • Medication administration
  • Dietary services
  • Withdrawal management services, if needed

Our Staff Includes

  • Certified Peer Support Specialists
  • Social Workers
  • Nurses (7 days/week)
  • Psychiatrist (7 days/week)

For Mental Health Emergencies contact your local mental health agency, visit the nearest ER, or call 911 if you are experiencing a crisis.

Adult Crisis Locations

Robert Brown Crisis

160 Manley St Holland, MI 49424 616.298.8190

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If you are interested in our Mental Health Crisis Residential Services, we can answer your questions.