705-733-3227 info@catulpa.on.ca

Crisis Response Network Coordination iconCRISIS RESPONSE NETWORK COORDINATION

Crisis Response Network Coordination is not a 24-hour crisis service. If this is an emergency crisis situation, please call 911 immediately.

About Crisis Response Network Coordination

The program provides short-term intensive case management support for up to 30 days and works in partnership with the Central East Region Network of Specialized Care.

The Role of the Crisis Response Network Coordination

  • Provide urgent support to improve the situation
  • Avoid the need for more intensive intervention
  • Link youth or adult to appropriate services and supports for ongoing assistance

Services may include:

  • Short-term assistance (up to 4 months)
  • Medical review or behavioural consultation
  • In-home support or short-stay out-of-home placement
Crisis Response Network Coordination provides support to youth or adults age eighteen or older, with a dual diagnosis of developmental disability and mental health needs or challenging behaviour, experiencing a crisis.

Youth age sixteen and older, with a dual diagnosis, who are involved with the justice system may be eligible to receive up to four months of case management support to assist them within the legal services. Dual Diagnosis is defined as a co-existing developmental disability and mental health needs and/or challenging behaviours.

People living within Simcoe County are eligible for the service.  You may self-refer.

Funding is provided by Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services. There is no fee for this service for eligible individuals.

To Refer

You may self-refer by calling the Crisis Response Coordinator at (705) 733-3227 ext. 2334, or the Program Assistant at ext. 2232.

Please note: This is not a 24-hour crisis service. Persons requesting service will be contacted within two business days of your call.

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