Mobile Response Stabilization Services (MRSS)
MRSS is delivered to any young person under the age of 21, who is experiencing escalating emotional symptoms, behaviors, or traumatic circumstances that have impacted their ability to function within their family, living situation, school, or community. MRSS is available to all youth and families (birth, kinship, foster, guardianship, and adoptive) in Ohio. Families need not be involved with a specific service or system to access MRSS.
Services provided by The Counseling Center's MRSS team may include:
safety assessments, de-escalation, peer support, and skill building, among others.
You make the call, together we respond.
Contact MRSS at 330.264.9029
MRSS is designed to promptly address situations in which young people are experiencing emotional symptoms, behaviors, or traumatic circumstances that compromise or impact their ability to function within their family, living situation, school, or community.
The MRSS service delivery model is designed to prevent: 1) the unnecessary use of emergency departments or acute care services; 2) placement disruptions; and/or 3) involvement in the juvenile justice system.
MRSS is a community based, in-person, intervention and support service for youth and families, provided by a mobile response and stabilization service team. It is a prevention-focused emergency program that serves as a gateway to other services across the system of care.
MRSS involvement to de-escalate the crisis, stabilize the young person and family, restore safety, build skills to avert future crises, provide referral, and linkages to appropriate services, and coordination with other systems.