Crisis Intervention

Crisis Intervention services are available to persons of all ages 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Services are voluntary unless a situation presents with substantial probability of physical harm to self or others. Call 911 for any immediate safety concerns, including suicide attempts or violence.


Services take place in a variety of settings including Walworth County Department of Health & Human Services clinic, schools, homes, and community agencies. Each member of the crisis team is a professional trained in providing emergency mental health and addiction services to persons experiencing a crisis. Some of the crisis intervention services provided include:

  • Crisis de-escalation
  • Crisis planning
  • Information and referrals
  • Phone support
  • Risk assessment
  • Safety planning
  • Suicide assessment

Contact Us

To access crisis intervention services during regular business hours, call the Walworth County Health and Human Services at 262-741-3200 and ask to speak with a crisis worker.