Crozer-Keystone Health System provides intervention to children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing behavioral disturbances such as suicidal ideations, homicidal ideations, psychosis, depression or anxiety.
We offer a Crisis Center at Crozer-Chester Medical Center that is staffed by counselors, nurses and psychiatrists and open 24 hours a day, seven days per week. No matter the time of day, we're here to help.
Services at the Crisis Center include:
- Screening and Assessment
- Inpatient Hospitalization
- Referrals for Outpatient Mental Health Services
- 24-hour nursing supervision
- Drug And Alcohol intervention
- Assistance with 302 petitions
- Follow-up appointments
- Telephone Counseling
- Targeted Case-management
You can also call our 24-hour crisis hotline at (610) 447-7600 to speak with professional clinicians at the Crisis Center for immediate, confidential support.
Who We Serve
The Crisis Center is open to individuals ages four and older who reside or work in the western and southern areas of Delaware County. Other individuals who are in need and come to the Crisis Service will be evaluated as well.
Our staff members help the individual, family or significant other assess the situation realistically and assess the individual in crisis to develop recommendations that are most appropriate for the individual's situation.
All of our staff are trained and prepared to deliver comprehensive physical and emotional diagnosis and treatment. Their expertise and training enable Crozer-Keystone to provide the highest quality psychiatric care for anyone seeking assistance with thought disorders, mood disorders, emotional problems, interpersonal difficulties or co-morbid substance abuse.
Suicide takes the lives of nearly 30,000 Americans each year. Many of these lives can be saved if symptoms are discovered and addressed early enough. Crozer-Keystone Health System encourages employees to recognize the warning signs of suicide and help make a difference.
24-hour Crisis Hotline
Call our 24-hour crisis hotline to speak with professional clinicians at the Crisis Center for immediate, confidential support.