CBEM’s Critical Intervention Service provides professional crisis services and individualized support to people diagnosed with developmental disabilities. Every individual’s needs are unique and specific in critical situations. At CBEM, we aim to help our clients reach a state of safety and stability by addressing their individual needs, collaborating with their existing support systems and recognizing new support systems.
CBEM’s primary goal is to work closely with our clients as well as their circles of support for as long as necessary to achieve long-term stability. We provide preventative services, behavioral observation and training, critical situation support through a 24/7 hotline, and ongoing follow-up support.
CBEM believes in using positive programming and intensive on-site support to address the specific and unique needs of each individual. CBEM does not replace group homes, adult residential staff or program staff, family members, or any other individuals within the client’s life. Rather, the CIS collaborates with these existing support systems, allowing the individual to remain in their current living situation while working towards achieving stability and their highest potential.