If you are having an emergency or behavioral health crisis, please use the resources below that best apply to your situation.
911 Emergency Services
Is a life in danger?
- Call 911 immediately.
- If you’re calling 911 for mental health, substance abuse, or special needs emergencies you can request first responders that have gone through Crisis Intervention Training (CIT). CIT trained first responders understand the unique needs and sensitivities of a behavioral health emergency. CIT training helps keep the responding personnel and the person experiencing an emergency safe and make sure the correct level of care is provided as quickly as possible.
Are you, or someone you know, having suicidal thoughts?
- There’s help for you. The Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
- Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Need in-person attention but not EMS/911?
- WakeBrook handles mental health, substance abuse disorders and behavioral health emergencies in Wake County 24/7.
- 107 Sunnybrook Road, Raleigh, NC 27610
Behavioral Health Urgent Care
- Behavioral Health Urgent Care serves individuals in a mental health crisis, or persons with substance abuse problems complicating a mental health issue. Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC) is a treatment model intended to divert individuals in need of behavioral health crisis assistance from the use of emergency departments.
- In development
Mobile Crisis Management (MCM) by Therapeutic Alternatives
Need a professional to come to you, but not EMS/911?
- Call the Mobile Crisis Team operated by Therapeutic Alternatives. Substance abuse, mental health crisis, and developmental disability issues. Open 24/7.
- MCM website
Opiate Overdose Prevention Services in Wake County
- You can find information on Naloxone (opioid overdose prevention medication) and syringe exchanges on the Wake County Drug Overdose Prevention Coalition page. The first link is to the general site, and the second link takes you directly to Naloxone & syringe information.
Don’t see what you’re looking for?
Find out more about Behavioral Health Care services available in Wake County here.