1. Crisis Mobile Outreach (CMO)
CMO provides community-based services to individuals experiencing psychiatric and psychosocial emergencies, responding to emergencies with timely (within 45 minutes) face-to-face crisis stabilization services. Services are designed to asses the individual’s needs in relation to the crisis he or she is experiencing and then insure that a plan is implemented to assist the individual to be safe and to insure the safety of the community. Individuals are referred to the CMO team by the Adult Mental Health Division’s Direct Access Line (808-832-3100), Services are provided by crisis workers with education, experience and training in crisis intervention and management. CMO provides services throughout Oahu, Kauai and the island of Hawaii.
2. Crisis Support Management (CSM)
CSM services provide time-limited support and interventions to individuals who are in crisis and in need of necessary services, and are not linked to a case manager. The goal of the program is to return consumers who have known or suspected mental health or substance abuse diagnosis to their pre-crisis state. Consumers are administered services at the request of The State of Hawaii’s Adult Mental Health Division. Services typically include assisting the individual in stabilizing community living and accessing needed services. Services are provided by crisis case managers with education, experience and training in crisis stabilization. CSM provides services throughout Oahu, Kauai and the island of Hawaii.