A mental health emergency can happen at any time, which is why Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare’s Mobile Crisis Team operates 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. We collaborate with law enforcement, local hospitals, our local crisis line provider, and our community to ensure a timely, compassionate response whenever someone experiences a crisis, wherever that may be in Clatsop County. The crisis team ensures that a person experiencing a crisis receives the right interventions, in the moments they need it the most.
If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide or experiencing a mental health crisis, don’t wait to act. Call the Clatsop County Crisis Line at 503-325-5724. If you believe the situation is an emergency, immediately call 911.
For more information on mobile crisis services in Clatsop County, check out the video: What Happens During a Mental Health Crisis?