Mobile Crisis Response Teams

A mental health crisis is any situation in which someone’s behavior puts them at risk of becoming unable to properly provide self-care, of functioning in the community, or maybe even of hurting themselves.  Just as with physical health problems, there may be times when a mental health crisis occurs unexpectedly.

Mobile Crisis Response Teams provide guidance and support to adults and children who are experiencing a mental health crisis.  The teams work closely with law enforcement to reduce the likelihood that a person experiencing a mental health crisis is unnecessarily placed in a more restrictive environment, like jail, a holding facility, hospital, or inpatient treatment.

Response teams are available in all 82 counties and can be accessed by calling the toll-free numbers that are answered around the clock by Licensed Therapists, Peer Support Specialists, and Community Support Specialists.

Response teams respond wherever a person is experiencing a crisis or at a designated location, like a local hospital.

  • Region 1 – 888-404-8002
  • Region 2 – 866-837-7521
  • Region 3 – 866-255-9986
  • Region 4 – 888-287-4443
  • Region 6 – 866-453-6216
  • Region 7 – 888-943-3022
  • Region 8 – 877-657-4098
  • Region 9 – 601-955-6381
  • Region 10 – 800-803-0245
  • Region 11 – 877-353-8689
  • Region 12 – 888-330-7772
  • Region 13 – 800-681-0798
  • Region 14 – 866-497-0690
  • Region 15 – 601-638-0031