Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams

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    Mobile psychiatric emergency teams composed of designated mental health workers (psychiatrists, RN's, MSW's, psychologists, psychiatric technicians) in any combination which intervene in situations where an individual's mental or emotional condition results in behavior which constitutes an imminent danger to him or herself or to another and is unwilling to seek voluntary treatment. These teams are generally operated by county mental health agencies and have the authority to issue an order which authorizes involuntary inpatient hospitalization for up to 72 hours.

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    Crisis Intervention ServicesThis mobile crisis service assists individuals of all ages through mental health and substance abuse crises by providing them with alternative community services. They also provide telephone consultation and information to family/adults experiencing crisis and also professionals who are working with such individuals. Face-to-face crisis assessments is performed after screening of appropriateness. Crisis intervention and stabilization services can be given on-site at the individual’s location in the community. Care management follow-up is used specifically to facilitate transition from crisis intervention and stabilization to other agencies in the community for ongoing treatment and support. If individual require additional evaluation for inpatient treatment; referrals to services are available to them, such as outpatient mental health services, emergency department, housing, child services, etc. ClintonMOBILE CRISIS TEAMBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
    Mental Health ServicesThe Child and Adolescent Mobile Team (CAMT) provides an immediate community-based crisis response service to any family with a child-adolescent in Albany, Rensselaer or Schenectady Counties, under the age of 18 (or older if still in day school programming) experiencing a serious emotional, psychiatric or behavioral crisis. The team will respond to homes schools, community agencies as requested by family members or law enforcement. A multidisciplinary team will provide consultation, information, crisis assessment and intervention, and facilitation of alternate levels of care directly to the families during crisis episodes, whien it is most likely to have a significant impact, and next day phone support to help the family gather knowledge and resources to prevent-deal with future crisis episodes. The guiding principle of this initiative is that children and families must be assisted in the least intrusive, least traumatizing manner possible.AlbanyCAPITAL REGION CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MOBILE CRISIS TEAM (CRCAMT)PARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER
    Mental Health ServicesThe Mobile Crisis Team is a psychiatric emergency team that responds to individuals who are in Albany County, who are experiencing mental health crises that require assessment, intervention, and possible referral. The team works closely with all County Police Departments, with the Capital District Psychiatric Center and local hospitals, most often Albany Medical Center.AlbanyMOBILE CRISIS TEAMALBANY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH
    Mental Health ServicesThe Mobile Crisis Team-Respite Program provides emergency crisis management for children and their families until a crisis is resolved. Crisis counseling and respite care may be provided while the problems that led to the crisis are addressed. FultonMOBILE CRISIS TEAM/RESPITE PROGRAMFAMILY COUNSELING CENTER

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