Crisis Stabilization Residential Services:

First Resource's Crisis Stabilization Residential Services is a community-based service provided to adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis.

What is Crisis Stabilization Residential Service?

First Resource's Crisis Stabilization Residential Services is a community-based service provided to adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis.

Services are designed to provide an opportunity to stabilize in a safe, comfortable, and controlled environment.

With support provided by trained crisis response staff, clients are able to connect with appropriate services and resources with hopes of preventing hospitalization and/or court involvement.

Services:

​Crisis Stabilization Residential Services include but not limited to:

  • Assistance establishing services.

  • Assistance meeting basic human needs.

  • Medication administration, support, and monitoring.

  • Crisis Intervention Services.

  • Social rehabilitation.

  • Personal and peer support.

  • Social skills development, leisure time, and vocational rehabilitation.

  • Family and community support, assistance, and education.

  • Protection and advocacy.

  • Service coordination and transportation.

  • Peer Support.

Discharge Planning:

The Crisis Stabilization Residential Service is limited to five consecutive days, and for that reason, discharge planning begins immediately to assist the client and staff with identifying goals to achieve, barriers to overcome, needed resources, and a timeline for completion.

FRC encourages each client to be an active participant during the discharge planning process to ensure increased success.

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Admission Criteria:​

Applicants must meet certain criteria to apply. 

  • Must be at least 18 or older.

  • Reside in a contracted county.

  • Presents in a mental health crisis.

  • Does NOT need acute level of care.

  • Stay is expected to be five days or less.

  • Not a registered sex offender.

  • Reports no active arrest warrant.

  • Must be ambulatory and have ability to self care.

Participants must reside in one of the following counties:

  • Des Moines

  • Henry

  • Jefferson

  • Keokuk

  • Lee

  • Louisa

  • Van Buren

  • Washington

Contact and Referral Info:​

Undisclosed Secure Location

Jefferson County

Phone: 641-472-7601