Crisis Support

Help is available! If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis there is comfort in knowing that you are not alone, and that help is available. Individuals experiencing a mental health crisis can reach help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Southwest can provide support for individuals and families who are in crisis; people considering suicide; or those struggling with mental illness, substance use, or both.

Southwest Behavioral Health Center offers mental health crisis services to all age groups across the five-county area. 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.

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

 Reach out for help. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, contact the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988, help is available 24 hours. You can also text to 988 or chat at And contact the lifeline if a loved one is showing signs of suicidal ideation, such as talking about hurting themselves, researching ways to die or threatening self-harm.

Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT)

 For adults and children, Southwest employs a Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT) that operates 24/7. Our team of therapists and companion workers respond to both mental health and substance use crises by phone or in person as needed. In addition, for children and adolescents, our team can provide Stabilization and Mobile Response (SMR). 

Crisis Stabilization Center (Adult Receiving Center)

CSC building Feb 2024 

Southwest's Crisis Stabilization Center (CSC) is a voluntary 24/7 facility that is a welcoming environment that encourages adults experiencing a crisis to come in and feel comfortable and seek help.  It offers support and safety during times of a behavioral health crisis and distress.  We offer rapid stabilization of the crisis event, with most clients staying for about 23 hours or until the crisis has been stabilized.  During a stay, clients may receive an individualized crisis assessment as well as other support services.   We provide access and coordination to community resources.  The CSC also supports local law enforcement by providing, when appropriate, an alternative location to take someone in crisis, rather than a correctional facility or hospital emergency department.  As part of the crisis stabilization, Social Detox services are also available when needed. 

The CSC is located at 176 S. Regional Park Road, Hurricane Utah and we can be reached by phone at 435-986-8701.

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