DMHAS: CMHC-Acute Services

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The Connecticut Mental Health Center 

Acute Services Unit

If You Need Help
Connecticut Mental Health Center serves people with mental illness and/or addictions.  Throughout CMHC and its satellites, our highly experienced, compassionate clinical staff is dedicated to helping patients find and follow their own individual pathways to recovery.

Our Non-Discrimination Policy
No oneage 18 or older is denied screening, crisis intervention, or emergency care at CMHC.  Individuals are not denied care based on race, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation.

Acute Services at CMHC
If you are experiencing a mental health or trauma-related crisis and wish to see or speak with someone at CMHC, your first step is to call or visit our Acute Services Unit.

Acute Services hours
9 AM5 PM, seven days per week including most holidays.

By Telephone
To reach out by telephone, please call (203) 974-7713.

Walk-In
Visit our Acute Services Unit on the first floor of CMHCs main building at 34 Park Street, New Haven.

Evening
The South Central Crisis Service is an evening and weekend telephone counseling service, available to help you at the following times:

Monday through Friday
5 PM8 AM the following morning

Weekends and Holidays
24 hours per day

To reach the Crisis Service:
Please call CMHC at (203) 974-7300.

A Person to Talk With
If you are not experiencing a crisis or emergency but need someone to talk with, you may call the Safe Harbor Warm Line at 1-800-258-1528.  The Warm Line is staffed by trained Peer Support Counselors.

Warm Line Hours:
Seven days per week, 365 days per year, between 5 PM and 10 PM.

Emergencies
If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

Continuing Treatment Services at CMHC
If you are on a recovery journey, you may wonder how to receive ongoing clinical services at CMHC.  You may be eligible if you meet specific criteria:

 


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