Victorville Crisis Walk-In Center (CWIC)
Our Crisis Walk-In Centers are open as usual during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Serving individuals needing immediate crisis intervention and stabilization
This Crisis Walk-in Center (The CWIC, pronounced “Quick”) serves children, adolescents, adults, and older adults in need of immediate crisis intervention and stabilization. The CWIC is voluntary and offered in an unlocked setting with a stay of up to 23 hours. Individuals admitted into the crisis stabilization unit are provided with services and supports to ensure their safe transition to the next level of care, or back to the community.
- Crisis stabilization and intervention
- Individual counseling
- Medication management
- Family counseling
The center provides a warm, natural and comfortable setting with a sense of safety and acceptance. It is an alternative to psychiatric inpatient hospitalization, emergency rooms, and even jail. In the last year alone, the CWIC has served 3,012 people. The majority of clients originate from Victorville, however, there are visitors from other surrounding areas.
Victorville Crisis Walk-In Center
12240 Hesperia Road, Suite A
Victorville, CA 92395
Map & Directions
Referrals: (760) 245-8837
General information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (760) 853-4888
Phone: (760) 245-8837