Crisis Diversion Interim Services (CDIS)

The Crisis Diversion Interim Services (CDIS) is a 30-bed enhanced shelter program which admits clients referred directly from the Crisis Diversion Facility 72-hour program who are homeless, or at risk for homelessness. Clients may stay up to 14 days and will have access to psychiatric services, mental health and chemical dependency assessments and intensive case management.

Multidisciplinary staff help clients connect to ongoing, outside referrals to mental health agencies, substance use treatment, and medical providers.

Services:

  • Supports inpatient stays for 30 clients for up to 14 days
  • Referral to ongoing mental health case management
  • Assessment for substance use treatment and harm reduction supports
  • Medication stabilization and ongoing monitoring
  • Mental health interventions and coping skills
  • Well-versed in variety of case management and community-based resources from youth to older adults for all of King County
  • Direct referrals to inpatient substance use disorder treatment
  • Peer-supported recovery model including groups and accompaniment to appointments
/** * File paradox.js. * * Handles HR chat window for careers page */