24/7 Crisis Intervention

Crisis Intervention Services are available for individuals needing immediate mental health or substance abuse treatment in Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties. This service of Community Mental Healthcare is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please call or visit the Crisis Intervention Services immediately. If it’s an emergency or drug overdose situation, call 911 right away.

Crisis Intervention Hotline:

Tuscarawas Hotline: 330.343.1811
Carroll Hotline
: 330.627.5240

What to Expect at the Crisis Center

The crisis center is staffed with specially trained counselors who rapidly assess acute mental health needs and take immediate action to implement an appropriate treatment. There is no charge to use the Crisis Unit Services. However, if further treatment is needed (for example, ongoing counseling, ER visit, etc), payment methods will be discussed at that time.

If you arrive during regular business hours, you will be met immediately by one of our counselors who will begin working on a treatment plan right away. You are welcome to bring a friend or loved one with you.

Crisis Center Location & Hours:

  • The Crisis Center is located at 201 Hospital Drive, Dover, Ohio 44622.
  • UPDATED: Walk-in support at Dover location Monday & Tuesday 8am-7pm
  • UPDATED: Walk-in support at Dover location Wednesday & Thursday 8am-5pm

Do you turn anyone down?

Absolutely not. If you need help, we are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our staff is prepared to handle any situation that you may experience, including heroin or opiate addition, suicide prevention, episodes or high anxiety, panic attacks, acute depression, severe cases of behavioral health, etc.

Crisis Stabilization Unit

In addition to our Crisis Intervention Services, a 5-bed stabilization unit is available at our Dover location for those needing 24-hour care, but do not require psychiatric hospitalization.

  • Help for adults experiencing a crisis who do not need psychiatric hospitalization
  • A 5-bed Crisis Stabilization Unit staffed 24/7 by professional mental healthcare providers
  • Access to Community Mental Healthcare’s on-site psychiatric services
  • Caring staff that provides ongoing assessments and develops a plan that works
  • Provide critical links to outpatient mental healthcare services for ongoing care

Other Resources

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

Veteran’s Crisis Line

Crisis Text For Help