Mobile Crisis Support
You're not alone.
Crisis can mean anything that feels overwhelming and out of control right now. You don’t have to face things alone. Sometimes it feels like it’s the only option, but help is available. Please reach out.
Competent, caring crisis workers are waiting to help you resolve whatever crisis you may be going through via telephone and mobile (in-person) support. We are here to help you with immediate crisis situations and help you reduce or manage recurring crisis situations in your life.
Reach out anytime.
The Montgomery County Mobile Crisis team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All services are provided free of charge to anyone currently in Montgomery County. Our crisis workers offer emotional support and crisis intervention to you and your loved ones who may be struggling.
Bridging the Gap.
Partnerships between Mobile Crisis and police departments were developed in recognition of the need to reduce the burden on police departments and bridge the gap between police departments and the mental health field. Our crisis workers partner with police to discuss interventions both on the scene and ongoing situations that may allow people to slip through the cracks.
We currently work with all police departments in Montgomery County and share a formal partnership with ten departments. We have the ability to co-locate and co-respond as needed in forensic situations. Our ultimate goal is collaboration with police to best meet the needs of our community in a way that will bring long-term solutions. We adjust our involvement based on the needs of each unique police department and township.
If you would like to learn more about our partnerships with police departments, please contact us.
Montgomery County Overdose Response Team (MCORT)
MCORT is a collaborative effort that puts a Department of Public Safety paramedic and a Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS) on a rapid-response team to outreach on referrals of overdose or relapse involvement. The teams are outfitted with everything that a paramedic would need to respond in an emergency, Advanced Life Support equipment essential for providing acute medical treatment and stabilization, along with the benefit of a crisis worker who has lived experience with addiction and long-term recovery. The team works in close collaboration with the EMS agencies which serve the county’s residents and visitors.
We want to reduce the incidence of overdose and the impact of trauma on families and individuals by partnering with them to realize a pathway out of addiction.
If you or someone you care for is looking for help with addiction, please contact Mobile Crisis for support.
Start a new path
Our high-energy and self-motivated crisis workers offer 24/7 support to people of all ages in difficult times. They provide meaningful counseling, help individuals in need to develop coping strategies, and facilitate linkage to other agencies or community resources that can be of assistance to our clients. Join this team of amazing people today!
Peer Support and Teen Talk Lines are open daily from 1:00pm-9:00pm.