Crisis Intervention/Services

Crisis services are available to all participants in our Community Based Rehabilitation, Peer Support, and Case Management programs. A crisis worker is on-call and available after hours, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, including weekends and holidays. 

The role of the on-call worker is to assess the risk(s) and link the individual to the appropriate resources to resolve the crisis (i.e. law enforcement, Mobile Crisis/Crisis Response Team, child/adult protection, emergency room, etc.).The on-call worker can also provide prompting on effective coping skills, relaxation exercises, and techniques for managing stress and decreasing symptoms. The worker may also make necessary connections to identified supports in the community. In the event of a non-emergent call the worker may refer an individual to contact their assigned staff person the following work day.

Crisis services are intended to provide necessary support in emergency situations where an individual is at risk of:

     Hospitalization

     Incarceration

     Loss of income or employment 

     Loss of housing or involved in a family disturbance

     Other serious emergency 

During our office hours, 9am-5pm, Monday through Friday, we ask that recipients call their Case Manager, Peer Support, or Community Based Rehabilitation worker first in crisis situations. After hours, an on-call worker is available to assist recipients in a crisis situation. 

Eligibility Requirements

Crisis Intervention Services are for clients who participate in Community Based Rehabilitation Services and Case Management at Human Supports of Idaho.  

If you are a new or returning client, please fill out our New Client Application by clicking here.