Elevate believes that all recovery is person centered and individualized. We use evidence-based practices and help empower each individual in driving their own care and success.
What is Mobile Crisis?
Elevate Mobile Crisis Response team runs 24/7/365! We offer onsite and in-person interventions to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. We are here to help you at your home or any other location.
Who can we help?
Youth, Adults, Families. ANYONE, ANYWHERE!
How to access services?
Call or text our partners at 988 or YOUR LIFE IOWA and they will dispatch our mobile crisis responders directly to your location.
What counties do we serve?
Black Hawk , Butler, Grundy, Tama, Mitchell, Floyd, Winneshiek, Allamakee, Chickasaw, Howard, Fayette, and Clayton counties.
- Crisis Observation Services
- Law Enforcement Liaisons
- In-Home Crisis Stabilization
- 24/7 Crisis Line
- 23-hour Observation and Holding
Crisis Observation Services (COS)
The Crisis Observation Service (COS) is available to clients ages 5 or older who are experiencing psychiatric/psychological stress which does not require hospitalization.
The COS provides a safe, calm environment where you can meet with a crisis specialist, a nurse and a mental health professional. If appropriate, the COS staff may coordinate an assessment by a psychiatric nurse practitioner if indicated.
COS clients must be able to maintain safe behaviors while utilizing the suite, be able to provide their own basic hygiene needs, be medically stable and willing to work with staff on intake paperwork and discharge planning.
The crisis specialist may also be able to assist clients in setting up mental health appointments and services with Elevate CCBHC or their provider of choice.
- Mental Health Assessments
- Safety Screening
- Medication Management
- Crisis Therapy
- Coordination and referrals to services
Crisis Care Intervention
Elevate’s Family and Youth Crisis Intervention Program
provides in-home, strength-based programming to the child
and family to reduce the risk of continued or further involvement with the Department of Human Services,
Juvenile Court Services, and/or Law Enforcement.
The Family Crisis Specialist will connect the child and family with the resources they need to be successful, while providing support and mediation services to help the family
identify strengths, needs, and goals.
The Family Crisis Specialist will work collaboratively with
the family to use identified strengths, needs, and goals to aid
in the development and execution of action plans to support
positive outcomes for the child and family.
Taking referrals from: Department of Human services (DHS),
Juvenile Court Services (JCS) & Law Enforcement (LE).
Medication Management Services
Health Services Department offers a variety of services that target medication management, monitoring of basic blood labs, venipuncture, medication set-up, basic health education on medication compliance and more. The health services team consists of a psychiatric nurse practitioner, a nurse manager, RN’s, LPN and a medical assistant. Programs under Health Services include:
Medication Management is available to clients 5 years of age or older. Medication Management provides psychiatric evaluation and treatment by a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. The provider may offer pharmacological management, psychotherapy and social services based on the diagnosis and needs of the client. The psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and the client work together to create a patient centered treatment plan based on the clients strengths and needs.
Provides clients with injectable neuroleptics by a licensed nurse or medical assistant under the supervision of the treating psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and/or treating physician.
Venipuncture is a procedure in which a blood sample is collected by certified staff at Elevate and taken to the lab for testing. This service is offered at the Elevate clinic for your convenience.
The GeneSight Test may have the greatest potential to help clients whose treatment resistance may be related to gene-drug interactions. This simple nasal swab test must be ordered by the psychiatric nurse practitioner. If you are interested in GeneSight testing, inquire about it with the provider at your next appointment to see if you qualify.
We believe in helping you with whatever is going on right now and building upon that for ongoing support through individual and group therapy. Every situation is different and your recovery path will be determined and developed by you and your treatment team.
Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
Our program is tailored to clients who are encouraged to find motivation in themselves to change where their life is heading. Our Substance Abuse Disorder Program provides cutting-edge treatment in a structured environment. We provide services for adults and adolescents Our services include:
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday
Extensive Outpatient Program (EOP)
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Family Group Counseling and meetings
Individual Counseling Sessions Included
Coupled with Mental Health Therapist if needed.
Elevate Drop-In Center
Peer Support Group Adults 18+
Drop-In Center is a safe place to come and spend time with people that may experience similar struggles with mental illness and substance abuse. All who have been touched by addiction and mental illness including friends and family are welcome to attend.
Individual Peer Support Counseling Available Upon Request.
Elevate Integrated Health Home Services
Counties served include: Black Hawk, Butler, Grundy, Tama, Mitchell, Floyd, Howard, Chickasaw, Winneshiek, Fayette, Allamakee and Clayton
email Katrina Williams with referral information
Who is appropriate for PPASS Clinical Services?
Individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities who are experiencing externalizing mental health symptoms such as aggression or self-injurious behavior. The individual may be a high utilizer of crisis services, challenging to support in the community, or have a recent or ongoing deterioration in skills and abilities.
What is PPASS?
PPASS (Provider Prevention and Support Services) is a statewide initiative to help support long term services support staff in working with challenging individuals. PPASS is based on the model driven from I-START. This is a team of professionals extensively trained in the metal health aspects of intellectual/ developmental disabilities. PPASS provides community-based crisis prevention and intervention services to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disability (IDD) and mental health needs and those providing support to best enhance their quality of living.
PPASS promotes systemic, person-centered approaches and provides outreach, training/education, clinical and systemic consultation, crisis plan development, 24/7 crisis support and follow up.
How to Access PPASS Services
- Download and fill out PPASS referral form (.docx).
- Gather requested documents mentioned on the first page of the document.
- Email the form and the requested documentation to email@example.com.
To get additional information on our program, please call 641-525-0401
Need immediate assistance?
For immediate assistance please call our partners at Your Life Iowa. IF THIS IS A LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL 911