Integrated Mobile Crisis Response Team (IMCRT)

Integrated Mobile Crisis Response Team (IMCRT)

Integrated Mobile Crisis Response Team (IMCRT) is a collaboration between CYFMHAdult Mental Health and Addiction Services and Greater Victoria police forces. 

Child and youth mental health clinicians work alongside adult mental health clinicians, social workers, nurses and plain-clothes police officers to provide a rapid, mobile, community-based response to children, youth and families in crisis.

IMCRT operates from 1 p.m. to midnight, seven days a week.

Services

  • Crisis assessment
  • Intervention
  • Stabilization

Locations

Southern Vancouver Island

The program serves southern Vancouver Island as far as Sooke/Port Renfrew, the South Malahat, Sidney and provides phone consultation to the Gulf Islands. 

General Information on Integrated Mobile Crisis Response Team (IMCRT)

Referral Required?
Required
How to Get Referral
Vancouver Island Crisis Line

1-888-494-3888

Physicians and other mental health professionals may access the team directly through a confidential pager number (provided by the Crisis Line upon request).

Hours of Operation

Seven days a week: 1 p.m. to midnight

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