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Residential Crisis Stablization Services (RCS)

Hybrid Services

Residential Crisis Stabilization

Our Residential Crisis Stabilization (RCS)hybrid services integrate mental health, medical, and substance use care in a 24-hour, supervised setting. These services help individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency. Intensive Residential Treatment Services (IRTS) model that meets the community’s needs by providing short-term crisis stabilization services in the same setting. When appropriate, the individual can move directly into IRTS, removing the barriers and waiting for the next steps toward recovery. 

Locations & Video Tours

Diane Ahrens Residence

16-bed residence for all genders located in an eastern St. Paul neighborhood at 1784 Lacrosse Avenue. This program offers a hybrid crisis and IRTS treatment model that meets the community’s needs by providing short-term crisis stabilization services in the same setting.

Nancy Page Residence

16-bed residence for all genders in a converted Victorian mansion near Loring Park at 245 Clifton Avenue South in Minneapolis. This program offers a hybrid crisis and IRTS treatment model that meets the community’s needs by providing short-term crisis stabilization services in the same setting.

Steiner Kelting Mental Wellness

12-bed residence for all genders with views of Lake Bavaria at 1920 Shady Oak Drive in Chaska, Minnesota. This program offers a hybrid crisis and IRTS treatment model that meets the community’s needs by providing short-term crisis stabilization services in the same setting.

Referrals

Call the Central Access Contact Center at 651-774-0011 or fax 651-229-5397, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. for openings and eligibility information.