Halifax House – Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) for Children and Teens

Halifax House is Crisis & Counseling Centers’ (C&C’s) CSU for children and teens, located in Winslow. Our trained staff works collaboratively with clients and their families to provide stabilization from crisis and address issues such as suicidal behavior, aggression, depression, anxiety and family conflicts.

The Halifax House accepts children from age 6 to 17 with valid clinical reasons where safety and/or significant mental health destabilization are a factor. The Halifax House is a voluntary program, not a locked unit and stays are intended to be short and intensive, with clients being assessed by CSU staff on a daily basis. All medication is administered by Certified Residential Medication Assistants, in consultation with the agency’s Registered Nurse, as needed

A family discharge plan is developed prior to the client returning to the community to help the family and child or teen transition from Halifax to home

If you are in crisis, call 1.888.568.1112

Halifax house offers twenty-four hour care by trained staff in a less-restrictive setting than psychiatric hospitalization. Individualized treatment planning is geared to the needs of the child or teen and family and clients are offered group treatments to provide clients with tools and support. Clients are also offered outreach services for 30 days after admission.

Make a Referral

You can refer a child or teen 24 hours a day by calling the toll-free crisis line at 1.888.568.1112.

We are required to bill for our services. MaineCare and private insurance will pay for many of our services.