Intensive Treatment

Responsive care in times of crisis.

Times of crisis call for increased measures to meet an individual’s needs. Through our Comprehensive Crisis Stabilization Services (CCSS), our team offers support to individuals who are experiencing intense psychiatric or substance use disorders.

These services can be requested by the individual, their family, correctional facility, or another appropriate third party.

A continuum of care, CSS is designed to be a community-based alternative to hospitalization for individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis.

Integration benefits everyone

The ultimate goal of CSS is to rapidly stabilize behavioral health patients in the least restrictive environment possible. We aim to return individuals to the community quickly and at a higher functioning level than their pre-crisis condition.

We emphasize:

  • Rehabilitation
  • Recovery
  • Natural supports (Family, Friends, Community)
  • Community integration

We offer:

A community-based alternative to hospitalization, this intensive, short-term structured environment supports the safe resolution of problems, such as:

  • Uncontrollable behavior
  • Thoughts of Suicide
  • Moderate psychosis

Individuals appropriate for this level of care:

  • Do not meet admission criteria to
    an inpatient hospital
  • Require intensive behavioral health
    treatment and/or stabilization

Contact the CSS at:

  • 307-337-8842

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  • Mental Health Awareness Month Gallery Reception


    May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and the Central Wyoming Counseling Center (CWCC) is celebrating by hosting an art gallery in its lobby May 14 to May 18 featuring pieces created by CWCC clients and staff.
    Mental Health Awareness Month emphasizes that health is holistic; we’re treated by a medical doctor when we have physical ailments, so naturally we need to treat mental illnesses the same way. This initiative also aims to combat the negative stigmas surrounding mental health, and CWCC is highlighting the positives with this first-ever art gallery.
    “This is going to showcase the incredible things that our clients and staff are capable of. It’s really unfortunate that people with mental illnesses often deal with negative stigma, but we’re showing people that our clients have hobbies and interests and talents, just like everyone else,” CWCC Director of Recovery Services Tabatha Madrigal said.
    Any piece of artwork created by CWCC staff or clients is eligible for submission, while residential clients are making submissions specially for this event. Madrigal explained that mental health patients often face a duality in how clients see their own illness versus how the rest of the world perceives it. In response, each client created two-sided masks with one side each representing both of these experiences. These masks will be hung from the ceiling so each side is visible.
    To honor the work and recognize Mental Health Awareness Month, CWCC is hosting a free reception Monday, May 14 beginning at 5:00 p.m. Food and beverages will be served, and the gallery will be open to the public for viewings. In addition to the reception, the lobby will be open for the community to browse the pieces through May 18 during regular business hours. 
    To learn more about the reception or Mental Health Awareness Month, contact Danielle Krucheck at dkrucheck@cwcc.us or call 207.237.9583.