To reduce spread of COVID-19, we are restricting visitors from all of our campus Inpatient Facilities and Outpatient Services until further notice. No visitors are allowed at the Crisis Triage Center at this time.
The voluntary Kitsap County Crisis Triage Center provides short term stabilization and crisis services (up to 5 days) to adults experiencing a psychosocial crisis such as a mental health issue, eviction, domestic violence, substance use, homelessness, and more.
Seeking to provide a voluntary alternative to hospitalization or arrest, the Crisis Triage Center offers a safe, supportive setting where adults dealing with mental illness or substance use disorders can stabilize.
Multi-disciplinary teams of Peer Counselors, Treatment Aides, Mental Health Professionals, Recovery Case Managers, Nurses, and Medication Providers work together to address each individual’s needs. Staff support the client in developing a collaborative plan to navigate the crisis. This often includes setting up services such as mental health, physical health, substance use, and other supportive resources. Each plan is unique to the individual’s crisis.
Crisis Triage services are accessible by provider referral only. We receive referrals directly from local emergency rooms, local law enforcement and jail services, Kitsap Recovery Center Detox, and Designated Mobile Crisis Responders. The Crisis Triage Center maintains a direct phone line (360-415-6685) for referrals from these professionals. Community members can call the Volunteers of America Crisis Call Line at (1-888-910-0416) where professional staff are positioned to offer assistance to ensure that the help offered is appropriate for the crisis that someone is experiencing. This may include referral to the Crisis Triage Facility.