MRSS is a service that provides crisis stabilization services to youth under the age of 21 and their families who are experiencing difficulties or distress that are impacting their ability to function at home, school, or in the community.
Our goal is to decrease the number of incarcerations, hospitalizations, and out-of-home placements by responding to family and youth crisis situations. A crisis is defined by you and your family.
Once alerted, a member of our team will respond to a crisis situation at a location of the family's choosing within 60 minutes of the call. We will provide crisis intervention, de-escalation interventions, and a safety assessment. A team member will stay with your family as long as needed until everyone feels calm and stabilized.
The MRSS team members offer ongoing support and stabilization services for 4-6 weeks, focusing on developing skills needed to prevent future crises. We'll do all this while providing: