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County of San Bernardino Access Unit

(888) 743-1478

The Access Unit is a call center comprised of mental health professionals that provide widespread linkages ranging from referrals to DBH clinics and/or fee for service providers to authorizations for outpatient services.  This unit is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Community Crisis Response Team—CCRT

  • East Valley-              Phone (909) 421-9233     Pager (909) 420-0560
  • West Valley-           Phone (909) 458-9628     Pager (909) 535-1316
  • High Desert-            Phone (760) 956-2345     Pager (760) 734-8093
  • Morongo Basin-     Phone (760) 365-6558

The Community Crisis Response Team is a community based mobile crisis response program for children experiencing a psychiatric emergency.  The team responds to crises involving children and adolescence in the West, East and Desert areas of the County of San Bernardino.  24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Crisis Walk in Centers—CWIC

CWIC Rialto
850 E. Foothill Blvd.
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 421-9495
M-F 8am -5pm and
Sat. & Sun 8am -5pm
 

CWIC High Desert
16460 Victor Street
Victorville, CA  92395
(760) 245-8837
24 hrs/7days week
 

CWIC Morongo Basin
55475 Santa Fe  Trail
Yucca Valley, CA  92284
(760) 365-6558
24 hrs/7days week

*Dial 711 for TTY at all locations

The Crisis Walk in Centers (CWIC) provide county residents a location that conducts psychiatric  assessment and crisis stabilization  for those clients who are in acute psychiatric distress or  are a danger to themselves or others or gravely disabled. The services provided include crisis intervention, mental health screenings, medication support services, case management, counseling for children and families and assessment for law enforcement. The Crisis Walk in Centers provide a much needed location for county residents who are in need of emergency psychiatric services.