The Summit Pointe ICS Team provides mobile crisis stabilization services to all children/youth who reside in Calhoun County.  Any youth between the ages of 0-21 with a Severe Emotional Disturbance or Intellectual/Developmental Disability diagnosis, including autism.

What happens when the Summit Pointe ICS team is called?
The Summit Pointe ICS team will provide an on-site intervention with the identified child/youth, and their support system. The team’s main focus will be to help assess the crisis, utilize de-escalation techniques, and utilize the person-centered planning process to ensure family- driven and youth-guided planning and to help determine long-term care.

Other services include:
Crisis and Safety Planning
Referrals to needed services
Education on resources, diagnosis and services
Collaboration and problem solving
Psychiatric consult

**Summit Pointe ICS services cannot be provided to individuals who are currently residing in inpatient settings:  Jail/detention centers or Residential settings (i.e. child caring institutions, crisis residential, etc.).

If you have questions, please contact the Summit Pointe ICS team directly.
Call (269) 441-5945