Supportive Intervention for a Mental Health Crisis

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Supportive Intervention for a Mental Health Crisis

Dealing with a mental health crisis can be very difficult and we understand that here at Avalon Malibu. Many people don’t know how to respond in these situations. If you’re someone who wants to know how to appropriately deal with a mental health crisis, then this blog is for you. Let’s get started and go over some of the most important things to think about when dealing with a mental health crisis.

Dealing with a Mental Health Crisis

Mental health crises are a reality that we must face, though they’re not often discussed. Some of us will be confronted with a crisis relating to mental health in the future, so this is an important topic. Below are some considerations to take into account if you’re dealing with a mental health crisis in the future. 

988

If you or someone you know is going through a mental health crisis, hotlines can be extremely helpful. We recommend calling 988, which is a suicide and crisis hotline. There are trained professionals on the other end of your call who will be able to provide you with support and guide you toward helpful resources.

NAMI

We love NAMI here at Avalon Malibu. NAMI has a variety of resources and educational opportunities for people who want to know how to appropriately respond to a mental health crisis. Consulting the NAMI website and blog is a great way to learn more about mental health topics from experts in the field.

Inpatient Treatment

For people in a mental health crisis, inpatient treatment may be the best answer. It can be difficult to find the right inpatient treatment options, so consider reaching out to us if you have further questions about this.

Reaching out to local inpatient treatment centers is one of the best ways to make sure that you’re on the right track and that you’re examining all of your different options. It can be overwhelming to look at different treatment centers, but it’s an important part of the process.

If you are dealing with a mental health crisis, consider consulting some of the resources that we previously mentioned. If you know of someone who needs inpatient mental health care, we may be able to help. Feel free to give us a call today at (844) 857-5992 if you’re interested in learning more about our services. We’d love to support you and make sure that you and your loved ones have access to the mental health services that are needed.

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