Safe Harbor Crisis House

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Location
584 Kentucky Ave., Woodland, CA 95695
Hours
24 Hours a Day / 7 Days a Week
Phone
(530) 661-3213
Website
[WWW]http://www.y3c.org/safe_harbor1.aspx

Safe Harbor Crisis House is a emergency psychological facility that provides short term residential psychiatric treatment for adults. They are geared toward people with acute symptoms. They are located in Woodland in a rural area, and admit people 24 hours a day. Admissions are voluntary and can be referred through any number of health professionals. Safe Harbor works with mental health services including Yolo County Mental Health to maintain a continuity of care.

Upon being admitted, residents work with Safe Harbor staff to create a treatment specific to that person's needs, including client participation and holdhold management. Staff then provides the needed support to complete that plan.

The Safe Harbor Crisis House is a [WWW]Yolo Community Care Continuum program.

See Suicide Prevention of Yolo County for immediate Crisis Intervention by phone.
See Emergency Psychological Services for other services.

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