In conjunction with Siouxland Mental Health Center

Crisis can take on many forms for many people.  These are some common types:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Relationship Problems
  • Family Crises
  • Bullying
  • Stress
  • Disability
  • Suicidal Thoughts
  • Substance Abuse

Let us help!  We have a caring, professional staff of individuals waiting to help YOU!  Our Sioux Rivers Regional Assessment Center in conjunction with Siouxland Mental Health has two different options here in Sioux City:


The Assessment Center allows an individual to stay for up to 23 hours.  The individual will be monitored by a group of medical and mental health professionals who truly care about your well-being.  This service is appropriate for those whose mental health symptoms can be stabilized quickly and he or she can safely return to the community.  This voluntary service is for those that do not require hospitalization but need assistance and medical oversight to prevent symptom exacerbation.  The individual will have the ability to reach out to natural supports and include them in their stabilization planning.


The Stabilization Center continues services from our caring medical and mental health professional staff, care coordination and therapy on a daily basis.  This voluntary service is for those that require more time for stabilization and intensive service/discharge planning. Participants continue to receive care by our caring medical and mental health professional staff and receive further care coordination and therapy services on a daily basis.  This voluntary service is for those that require more time for stabilization and intensive service planning.

Our Assessment and Stabilization Center is committed to providing comprehensive care in a safe, confidential, and comfortable environment.  Our services include: 

  • Crisis screening & assessment access to medical personnel
  • Access to mental health professional for consultation 24/7
  • Medication administration
  • Short-term therapeutic programming through group, individual and skill building
  • Care coordination to include a stabilization plan, action plan & treatment summary
  • Referrals to appropriate community resources
  • Discharge planning & follow-up services.


We want our patients to be informed and engaged participants in their treatment experience while they are here.   Individuals are served on a voluntary basis and must be 18 or above.  Also they need to be a Woodbury, Plymouth or Sioux County resident. Please call if you have a question about a client outside this demographic.   Referrals are accepted from law enforcement, outside providers, family, and by one’s self.  An individual must meet admission requirements before they are accepted into the program.


“Knowing I was safe was exactly what I needed. This program was a lifesaver for me”

“You’ve given him the tools to know what his triggers are and now I’m able to know those warning signs” –spouse

“I am very fortunate to have had this facility.  I see and now know how places like these assist in helping me and others in need.”

“Thank you all for your care and concern!  I benefitted tremendously from your program and I thank you all!”

“The staff was very caring and helped me dig out of my darkness”