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The Solution:

Lane County Behavioral Health (LCBH) is leading the planning efforts to build and open a 24/7 behavioral health stabilization center. 

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The Stabilization Center will Offer:

24/7 “No Wrong Door” access for anyone in Lane County experiencing a mental health or addiction crisis

  • Immediate triage and intake for care

  • Behavioral health services 

  • Connections to specialty and/or long-term support 

  • Discharge with transportation and warm handoffs

The Stabilization Center will be: 

  • Person-centered

  • A place to connect with support for long-term healing

  • Accessible to all community members

  • Committed to safety

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Immediate intake available for: 

  • Referrals from health care, behavioral health, and social service providers

  • Mobile crisis drop-offs and referrals

  • Walk-ins

  • Law enforcement drop-offs, as a diversion for arrest, via separate entrance with a turnaround time goal of <5 minutes

Capacity Estimates

Daily capacity to serve 42 individuals at a time

  • 14 adult respite chairs

  • 16 adult short-term stabilization beds

  • 12 youth short-term stabilization beds

Annual Impact: 8200+ unique individuals served

  • 6700+ unique adults

  • 1500+ unique youth

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