Crisis Care Center

It was the Black Hills Mental Health and Substance Abuse Collaborative who first recognized the need for a more responsive mental health and substance abuse stabilization and delivery system in the Black Hills. Thus, the Crisis Care Center was created in January of 2011. Behavior Management Systems coordinates the operations of the Crisis Care Center of the Black Hills. The facility provides access to immediate care at a crisis center for adults (18+) with mental health concerns or need of substance abuse stabilization.  We are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

For more information, call (605)391-4863 or (605)381-2482.

121 North Street
Rapid City, SD 57701
www.CrisisCareCenter.org

For Help in Crisis:

Call (605) 391-4863.

When in Crisis…

“Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow.” That’s the mantra of the Crisis Care Center. Adults in crisis need options other than inpatient psychiatric care, incarceration, and involuntary admission to detoxification. That’s where the Crisis Care Center comes in.

Our Services

The Crisis Care Center provides immediate access to care for adults (18+) with critical mental health episodes or need for substance abuse stabilization in the Black Hills area. Our services focus on a personalized recovery through a stabilization plan that is established through the collaborative efforts of the patient and his/her assigned Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP). The plan is aimed at providing the patient a framework for moving forward and preventing future crises. Individuals are admitted to the Crisis Care Center for up to 24 hours, and then referred to community agencies or service providers for continued care.


Common Treatment Areas


The Crisis Care Center is a non-profit community mental health organization providing outpatient services to adults. CCC does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability. This is an adult only facility (18 years and older). We accept most major insurance plans.

What to Expect:

  1. Individuals will participate in a triage screening upon arrival to rule out the need for immediate medical attention.
  2. Individuals will be seen by a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) on-site. If the individual is deemed inappropriate for the level of care provided by the Crisis Care Center, he/she will be referred to the appropriate level of care.
  3. At the time of arrival, or any time thereafter, the client may be transferred to Rapid City Regional Hospital if warranted by psychiatric or medical status.
  4. Planning for discharge begins at referral.
  5. A copy of the stabilization plan will be given to the individual at the time of discharge.  Staff will provide intermittent professional care until a private provider can be secured.
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