The Memorial Hermann Mental Health Crisis Clinic is an outpatient mental health service provider developed to serve individuals experiencing a mental health crisis situations. This clinic also serves individuals unable to follow up with other outpatient providers for their mental health needs.
The Mental Health Crisis Clinic is made up of a multidisciplinary team comprised of Psychiatrists, Mental Health Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Social Workers, and Medical Assistants. These professionals work together to provide treatment and support patients while helping connect patients with more permanent ongoing medical and behavioral health homes. This service will redirect this patient population from ERs to an appropriate outpatient specialist at the time of the patient’s mental health crisis. The Mental Health Crisis Clinics provide access points during traditional and non-traditional hours for individuals in need of Mental Health care.
Please note that the Memorial Hermann Mental Health Crisis Clinics are not designed to provide continuous outpatient follow-up for mental health needs. These clinics will assist patients in finding outpatient follow-up by helping patients establish a relationship with an outpatient provider and with information on resources and referrals.
The goal of the Mental Health Crisis Clinic is to increase access to behavioral health treatment services. This clinic aims to promote better health outcomes for patients with mental health treatment needs, decrease unnecessary hospitalizations and ER visits.
For other mental health inquiries please visit the Memorial Hermann affiliated psychiatrists.
To find behavioral health services covered by the Memorial Hermann Health Plan, visit our Provider Search for Members.
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