Emergency Crisis Services

Emergency Crisis Services

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.   If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, you can present to one of our clinics during business hours and we will help you.   You can also call our crisis line phone number for the county where you live OR call 988 to connect directly to the national Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.

The Arisa Health 24-7 Crisis Line number is 800-356-3035

Arisa Health partners with the Conway Police Department, Jonesboro Police Department, and Craighead County Sheriff’s Office creating innovative crisis response teams. These teams operate in the City of Conway and across all of Craighead County. Crisis response teams provide services to individuals and families in the community that are experiencing a mental health or related crisis event. Crisis response teams include a Mental Health Professional and/or Crisis Care Coordinator responding to crisis calls for service alongside uniformed officers or deputies. Our goals include diversion from jails, linkage to appropriate mental health treatment, improved access to local resources, and increased awareness of the unique needs of individuals in crisis. All teams' complete follow-up services to further assist individuals after the initial crisis. Follow-up includes an array of services and supports to stabilize root causes of the crisis.

Services may include:

  • Verbal de-escalation of crisis.
  • Stabilization of crisis.
  • Assessment for mental health and/or substance abuse needs.
  • Linkage to domestic violence shelter, homeless shelter, or other housing.
  • Linkage to services including outpatient and inpatient care.
  • Community resource allocation.
  • Referral to behavioral health services through Arisa Health.
  • Consultation for Involuntary Commitment process.
  • Continued follow-up services until crisis is resolved.

Contact information is as follows: