At Connections Health Solutions, we believe in treating every person with the compassion, respect, and support they need to stabilize and start their recovery journey. Our impact is felt by the individuals we help, their families, and their communities.
individuals stabilized and discharged back to the community after 23 hours at a Connections center
average days spent in a Connections subacute stabilization center
people served by Connections in 2022
minutes is the average time for patients to go from door to provider at Connections 23-hour stabilization units
Founder Dr. Chris Carson pioneers the crisis observation model in Fort Worth, Texas.
Dr. Chris Carson and Dr. Robert Williamson assume responsibility for a psychiatric facility in Phoenix, Arizona.
Dr. Carson and Dr. Williamson set the standard for crisis facilities in Arizona including the “no wrong door” policy and law enforcement drop-off time.
Dr. Carson and Dr. Williamson take ownership of the Phoenix Urgent Psychiatric Center as Connections Health Solutions.
Connections assumes responsibility of the of the Crisis Response Center in Tucson, Arizona.
Dr. Margie Balfour publishes the first-ever standards for crisis quality metrics adopted across Arizona.
The National Council releases the Roadmap to the Ideal Crisis System, co-authored by Dr. Margie Balfour, building on the CrisisNow model.
Connections expands services outside of Arizona to support mobile crisis for Gallatin County.
Connections bringing their immediate-access, community-based crisis model of care to several counties across the county.
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