Crisis Stabilization Centers are safe places where a person in crisis may choose to go. Once there, you might see a clinician and be ready to go home in a short time, or you might choose to stay for up to 24 hours, until other services can be started or the immediate risk is over. These centers have reclining chairs instead of beds as they are intended to be a short term stop while you and your crisis team agree on your next steps.
The UA College of Medicine – Phoenix Medical Student Mental Health Services (MSMHS) provide free, professional, and confidential counseling specifically tailored to address the mental health and wellness relevant to medical student life. Services are designed to foster the academic potential of students by enhancing their personal development as well as their psychosocial and emotional health.
The connection between our physical body and our mental health is important and may be something worth exploring when thinking about staying mentally healthy. Learn more about whole health and what you can do to improve your overall wellness.