Crisis Support

You are not alone.

A mental health crisis is any situation in which an individual’s actions or behaviors can lead to them harming themselves or others. Additionally, mental health crises put individuals at risk of being unable to care for themselves or healthily function in the community.

Davis Behavioral Health offers mental health crisis services to all age groups in Davis County. We ensure that those experiencing a crisis have immediate access to mental health evaluations and support. Our crisis services are tailored to the specific needs and requirements of adults and children.

For adults, Davis Behavioral Health utilizes a Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT). This team operates 24/7. One mental health therapist and one family resource facilitator respond to both mental health and substance use crises within 30 minutes—either by phone or in person.

For children, we send a Stabilization and Mobile Response (SMR) team. This is comprised of one mental health therapist and one peer/case manager who provide services 24/7. This team can help children, youth and families experiencing emotional or behavioral trauma that may be compromising their ability to function in their family, living situation or community. Children between 0 and 21 are eligible for SMR.

Lastly, if you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline immediately at 800-273-8255. And contact the hotline if a loved one is showing signs of suicidal ideation, such as talking about hurting themselves, researching ways to die or threatening self-harm.