Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) Ages 18-59

The Crisis Residential Treatment facilities (CRTs) are unlocked, voluntary, 16-bed facilities providing services to San Bernardino County residents who are experiencing an acute psychiatric episode or crisis and are in need of short-term (less than 90 days) crisis residential treatment. CRTs provide a home-like setting designed to offer short-term, recovery based treatment options, such as crisis intervention and stabilization, medication evaluation, individual, group and family therapy, case management services, and coping and symptom management skills.

 

Services provided by CRT:

  • Intake
  • Assessment
  • Physical and Psychiatric evaluation
  • Medication Evaluation
  • Crisis intervention/Stabilization
  • Individualized service planning
  • Integrated substance use disorder service
  • Culturally and linguistically appropriate services that embrace recovery principles
  • Mental Health
  • Case management services- assistance in locating permanent housing, successful discharge planning and linkage to lower level of care
  • Coping and symptom management skills necessary to remain stable

 

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East Valley
Casa Paseo Center

Crisis Residential Treatment- A, ADS, C, F, MH, P
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720 E. Gilbert St.
San Bernardino, CA. 92415
Phone: 909-221-6000 • 7-1-1 for TTY for Users
Fax: 909-494-7799

West Valley
Wellspring Center

Crisis Residential Treatment – A, ADS, C, F, MH, P
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15217 San Bernardino Ave.
Fontana, CA. 92335
Phone: 951-643-2150 • 7-1-1 for TTY for Users
Fax: 909-543-9644

High Desert
Desert Hill Center

Crisis Residential Treatment – A, ADS, C, F, MH, P
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16552 Sunhill Dr.
Victorville, CA 92395
Phone: 760-780-4400 • 7-1-1 for TTY for Users
Fax: 909-262-3976

Morongo Basin
Morongo Oasis Center

Crisis Residential Treatment – A, ADS, C, F, MH, P
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60805 29 Palms Hwy
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Phone: 760-974-5990 • 7-1-1 for TTY for Users
Fax: 760-262-3937

Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Referral Process: Individuals and families may self-refer. Referrals may also be generated by local law enforcement/emergency responders, hospital emergency and medical departments, San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health programs, clinics, and community partners.

   Services Legend

A = Adult
CP = Contract Provider
S = School-based Children Services
C = Children
ADS = Alcohol and Drug Services
O = Outpatient
MH = Mental Health Services
P = Prevention
R = Residential
M = Methadone
I = Inpatient
F = Family

   Note: Providers may list additional services offered that are unrelated to this program, as all services are listed.