A Crisis Stabilization Unit Facility is a facility, other than a health care facility, operated by the Department of Mental Health, or operated in partnership with the Department of Mental Health that provides a short-term residential program, offering psychiatric stabilization services and brief, intensive crisis services to individuals eighteen (18) years of age or older, twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week.
Regulations and Code of Laws
- Regulation 61-125, Standards For Licensing Crisis Stabilization Unit Facilities (pdf)
- Regulation 61-25, Retail Food Establishments (pdf)
- Criminal Record Checks of Direct Care Staff, Section 44-7-2910, et seq.
- Omnibus Adult Protection Act