Tuesday, July 1, 2014
(865) 539-2409 new MOBILE CRISIS HOTLINE for youth 18 & under in Blount, Knox, Loudon, Monroe & Sevier counties
The Helen Ross McNabb Center will begin providing mobile crisis services for children and youth in several East Tennessee counties starting Tuesday.
The mobile crisis provides a 24-hour response team for children under 18 experiencing a behavior health crisis.
In May, state officials regionalized the way mobile crisis services are provided in the state. They awarded Helen Ross McNabb Center coverage for the region which includes Blount, Knox, Loudon, Monroe and Sevier counties.
Starting Tuesday, there will be a new number for the crisis hotline number, (865) 539-2409
Posted by Karen Easter, Mental Health Advocate for Assisted Outpatient Treatment at 6:27 AM