Who is the Behavioral Health Crisis Center (BHCC)?

The Behavioral Health Crisis Center is a partnership between Gibson Center for Behavioral Change and the Community Counseling Center. The BHCC provides a 24/7 no-wrong-door approach for those experiencing a behavioral health crisis.

At the Behavioral Health Crisis Center, our goal is to stabilize the crisis, while providing a caring and accepting atmosphere. During a patient’s stay, our team will provide individualized support to each individual assisting them to create a personal safety plan and providing linkages to community resources.

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  • Crisis stabilization
  • 24/7 access
  • Walk-ins accepted
  • Psychiatric care and assessment
  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Brief supportive counseling
  • Peer support services
  • Referral and linkage to community resources
Our crisis response team works hard to ensure all patients’ needs are met by providing short-term crisis stabilization services of 72 hours or less. Spend five minutes answering these questions to help the team better understand how to assist you.

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Headshot of BHCC Program Manager,  Matthew Tompkins, LPC.

Matthew Tompkins, LPC

BHCC Program Manager

Around the Clock Support – 24/7 

The Behavioral Health Crisis Center is a safe, supportive environment that provides emergency access to behavioral health care for the adult population, 18 years of age and up, experiencing a behavioral health crisis. Referrals can be made by community agencies, law enforcement, medical providers, self-referrals, etc. Walk-ins are accepted!

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