Hope begins when crisis is calmed.
For some individuals struggling with behavioral health, the first night in a crisis unit is a first step on the road to recovery. It is a secure facility, but it is more comforting when the environment of a crisis unit conveys hope, support, and optimism. We make this environment possible through our Crisis Stabilization Units. Therefore, the need for crisis unit renovations are critical to provide the best service to individuals in need.
Highland Rivers Behavioral Health’s four Crisis Stabilization Units—in Cobb County (Marietta), Dalton (Whitfield County), Rome (Floyd County), and Cedartown (Polk County)—are a first-line alternative to hospitalization in psychiatric hospitals. The facilities operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as emergency receiving and evaluation facilities. Your assistance toward our crisis unit renovations would be greatly appreciated.
You can help us provide hope with your donation to improve our crisis units’
- Lobby and interior furniture
- Ligature-resistant faucets
- Enhanced fire protection systems
- Industrial laundry machines
- Painting and flooring
- Upgraded CCTV and security systems