CRISIS RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM (CRP) is a comprehensive, short-term residential program that provides a less restrictive alternative to hospitalization. CRP provides treatment for adults experiencing a mental health crisis who require 24-hour support in order to return to community living. The services provided are time-specific, member-focused, and strength-based. Services routinely avert the need for hospitalization through teaching clients to successfully manage their symptoms, addressing psychosocial stressors and empowering clients to become agents of change in their recovery.
Referral forms are available here, to be completed by psychiatric facilities and outpatient providers associated with Adult Services through the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services. Contact the CRP Referral Line for questions about referrals: (916) 912-0362.
This program is funded by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services through the voter-approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA), and through the Subtsance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
"Our doors never close. We remain committed to unveiling hope, restoring honor, and fostering the values of self-determination and recovery in the lives of the adult individuals experiencing psychiatric challenges."Crisis Residential Program staff member
- Psychosocial and therapeutic groups
- Connection to community resources, treatment and discharge planning
- 24/7 staff support, medication stabilization
- In the 2017-18 Fiscal Year, 311 individuals received services.
- Homelessness decreased from 71.6% to 35.3% between admission and discharge.
Phone: (916) 737-9202
Fax: (916) 737-0262
Fax: (916) 287-4068
Phone: (916) 520-7399