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.

Hours of operation

IMCRT operates from 1:00 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. 

How to Access 

Family Members/Youth & Children/Community Mental health clinicians may call the Vancouver Island Crisis line and ask to speak with IMCRT. 

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 Vancouver Island Crisis line upon request).
 

General Information on Integrated Mobile Crisis Response Team (IMCRT)

Referral Required?
Required
Hours of Operation

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

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