Have a Mental Health Emergency?

Please call our
24-hour emergency line:
_____________

256-245-2201
Sylacauga

256-362-8600
Talladega

256-396-2150
Clay County

334-863-2518
Randolph County
 


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Mental Health Services

Sylacauga Outpatient Office

Sylacauga Outpatient
1661 Old Birmingham Hwy
Sylacauga, Alabama 35150

Clay Outpatient Office

Clay Outpatient
88217 Hwy 9
Lineville, Alabama 36266

Talladega Outpatient Office

Talladega Outpatient
10 Bemiston Avenue
Talladega, Alabama 35160

Randolph Outpatient Office

Randolph County Outpatient
706 Main Street
Roanoke, Alabama 36274

 

Karen McKinney, Clinical Director of Mental Health Services
1661 Old Birmingham Hwy
Sylacauga, Alabama 35150
Phone: (256) 245-2201
Fax:      (256) 245-7572
kmckinney@crmhc.org
 
Services Provided

Adult Outpatient (All locations)
Provides services for a wide range of disabilities from severe mental illness to less severe counseling concerns.  Services include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, family support, medication monitoring, and crisis intervention. Service frequency and duration are decided through an individualized approach with person-centered treatment planning at the core of this process. Psychiatric services are available for individuals with serious mental illness.
 
Children’s Outpatient (All locations)
Provides services for children age 5 to 18. This service focuses on diagnosing and treating the problem as well as providing family support and education.
 
Adult Intensive Day Treatment (Sylacauga Outpatient)
A time limited program providing services Monday – Friday, 9AM – 1PM for adults with serious mental illness. Intensive Day Treatment provides highly structured services with the goals of community living skills acquisition/enhancement, increased level of functioning, and enhanced community integration.  (Transportation is available to and from the City of Talladega.)
 
Adult Rehabilitative Day Program (Sylacauga Outpatient)
A long term program that may be attended 1 to 5 days per week by adults with a serious mental illness who have a desire to improve level of functioning, achieve personal goals, optimize illness management, and become more productive participants in family and community life. (Transportation is available to and from the City of Talladega.)
 
Adult In-Home Intervention
A time-limited service for adults with serious mental illness who have recently been released from a hospital or are at risk for hospitalization. This program utilizes a team approach in which a therapist and case manager visit the person’s home to provide intensive services.
 
Case Management Services (All locations)
Services provided outside of the center by a bachelor degree level staff member to coordinate services such as assessment, living arrangements and health needs to the serious mentally ill population or seriously emotionally disturbed population. Children and adolescents receiving this service may be contacted at school as well as home.
 
Indigent Drug Program (All locations)
The Alabama Department of Mental Health provides prescription medications for eligible consumers under the administration of the mental health center. Consumers provided medication through this program must be under the care of a licensed physician employed with or under contract with the mental health center. Each consumer must have a psychiatric diagnosis established and be an active consumer of the Center before a prescription is filled. Eligibility criteria for this program are established by the Alabama Department of Mental Health.
 
Child and Adolescent In-Home Intervention (Clay County)
Child and Adolescent In-Home Team (a collaboration between Cheaha Regional Mental Health Center and the Clay County Department of Human Resources). This is a time-limited home based program provided by a 2-person team. Services are highly individualized and designed to defuse an immediate crisis situation, stabilize the family unit and prevent out of home placement. Eligibility criteria include, but are not limited to, the presence of a serious emotional disturbance and/or serious mental illness for ages 5-17 years.