Ozaukee County Crisis Management Services
One of the main goals of Crisis Management Services is to provide immediate crisis assessment in the prevention of unnecessary or inappropriate hospitalizations of persons with mental illness or substance related problems.
All crisis staff are master’s prepared clinicians who collaborate with law enforcement throughout Ozaukee County to assist in evaluating a person’s mental health status when determining appropriateness for voluntary or involuntary hospital admissions.
Goal-oriented crisis intervention
Brief crisis counseling
One-on-one group debriefing after traumatic event
A mental health crisis is when someone, due to a mental illness, is in imminent danger to self or others resulting in the need for immediate medical attention. If you or someone you care about is experiencing what you believe to be a crisis, please call 911 or contact the COPE Hotline at 262-377-2673. Explain your situation and ask for the Crisis on-call worker for Ozaukee County.