Resilient Outcomes in the Community for Kids & Youth (R.O.C.K.Y.)
The R.O.C.K.Y. program serves all regions and provides a range of crisis-related triage services to children aged 21 and under in need of assistance, or their parent, guardian, or caregiver.
- Diversion of persons in crisis to appropriate levels of care.
- Requiring stabilization and/or therapeutic or recovery focused services.
- Serving 21 and under
- Hours of operation: M-F 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
Mobile Crisis Response Teams (M.C.R.T.)
The Mobile Crisis Response Teams (M.C.R.T.) is part of the Crisis Support System of Care Program. These are field based teams consisting of Clinical Therapists, Behavioral Health Specialist and Peer Support Specialist working collaboratively with Law Enforcement & Emergency Department Personnel to decrease the need for inpatient hospitalizations as well as decreasing the amount of time that Law Enforcement & Emergency Department Personnel are dedicating to individuals in psychiatric crisis. The M.C.R.T. teams are able to work with individuals from all age groups.
Mobile Crisis Management Teams (M.C.M.T.)
The Mobile Crisis Management Team (M.C.M.T.) is part of the Crisis Support System of Care. This field based team consists of a Clinical Therapist, Behavioral Health Specialists and a Peer Support Specialist, concentrating on case management including substance abuse, prevention and treatment. This team collaborates with Law Enforcement, Emergency Department Personnel and Homeless Outreach to decrease the need for inpatient hospitalizations as well as decreasing the amount of time that Law Enforcement & Emergency Department Personnel are dedicating to individuals in psychiatric crisis. The M.C.M.T. team is able to work with individuals from all age groups and currently serves Lake Elsinore and more teams coming soon to Jurupa Valley, Desert Hot Springs and Temecula.
Community Behavioral Assessment Teams (C.B.A.T.)
Our police officer and clinical therapist ride-along teams are called Community Behavioral Assessment Teams (CBAT), and they respond to behavioral health related law enforcement dispatched calls in the community. Currently, there are 6 of these teams county-wide serving: Hemet PD, Murrieta PD, Moreno Valley Sheriff Department, Riverside PD and Temecula Sheriff Department. Nine more of these teams are developing and coming to Corona PD, Menifee PD, Perris Sheriff Department, Jurupa Sheriff Department, Hemet Sheriff Department, Cathedral City PD, Palm Desert Sheriff Department, Thermal Sheriff Department and Cabazon/Beaumont PD.
24/7 Mental Health Urgent Care Centers (M.H.U.C.)
MHUC Riverside: 9980 County Farm Rd, Bldg. 2, Riverside 92503
Phone: (951) 509-2499
MHUC Perris: 85 Ramona Expressway, Ste. 1-3, Perris 92571
Phone: (951) 349-4195
MHUC Palm Springs: 2500 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Ste. A4, Palm Springs 92571
Phone: (442) 268-7000
- Length of stay 24 hours.
- Screening, Assessment, Crisis Counseling, Peer Navigation and Support, Wellness Planning, Linkage to Ongoing Services, and Psychiatric Medications in a safe, efficient, Trauma-Informed, and least-restrictive setting.