Adult Diversion and Stabilization (DAS)
Providing immediate crisis-oriented services for adults 18+ with a primary mental health diagnosis in a short-term residence. A referral is required for enrollment.
The primary goal of the Adult Diversion and Stabilization (DAS) program is to divert hospitalizations where possible while stabilizing psychiatric crises. We are a fourteen bed, 24-hour residential program that provides psychiatric assessments, medication monitoring, individual crisis counseling, group counseling focused on crisis stabilization, and service linkage to mental health and substance abuse competent programs. The program is designed to have a home-like environment that offers a comfortable and private setting for adults to be evaluated and participate in crisis stabilization activities. Additionally, the daily schedule includes individual and group sessions aimed at promoting recovery, coping skills, symptom stabilization, and mental health groups. Our goal with these activities is to prepare clients for a smooth transition back to independent living.
Must have a primary mental health diagnosis
Must be capable of mobility, self-preservation, and daily living
Must be one or more of the following
At risk of inpatient hospitalization
Exhibit deterioration of role functioning
Require a post-hospitalization transition
Must be agreeable to placement on the unit
Must be medically cleared
Please have your doctor or other professional contact us to make a referral:
Kim Lindquist, BA
Adult DAS Coordinator
Or use the Get In Touch form on this page.
For a program brochure, please go here.