Crisis Service

Crisis Service

About Crisis Service

A multidisciplinary team of experienced mental health practitioners providing an emergency assessment and home treatment service for people living in the Bristol area experiencing a mental health crisis and who would otherwise need admission to hospital.

Pathways Covered

Mental and physical health

Overview

A multi disciplinary team that serves adults of working age (18 - 65) experiencing a mental health crisis.

What we do

The service is a multidisciplinary team of experienced mental health practitioners providing an emergency assessment and home treatment service for people living in the Bristol area experiencing a mental health crisis and who would otherwise need admission to hospital. 

If admission is necessary the team will also facilitate an earlier discharge from hospital when appropriate to the service user. 

The team's involvement is short and intensive, support and treatment in the community, during difficult periods for services users and their carers. 


Where we do it

You can access this service through

  • your General Practitioner (GP) with the single point of entry into the mental health service
  • through Care Co-ordinators (Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pm)
  • through Accident and Emergency outside normal working hours
  • by self referral by phone outside normal working hours.

How to access

You can access this service through

  • your General Practitioner (GP) with the single point of entry into the mental health service
  • through Care Co-ordinators (Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pm)
  • through Accident and Emergency outside normal working hours
  • by self referral by phone outside normal working hours - 0300 555 0334


If you are calling for yourself or on behalf of someone you are support, please note that you may go through to an answer machine. Please leave a message with contact details as the machine is reviewed regularly and you will be called back promptly.



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