Psychiatric Evaluation & Treatment Services (E&T)
Admissions available 7 days a week
Daybreak offers short-term crisis stabilization services for acute mental health conditions including suicide ideation, homicide ideation, major depression, psychosis (drug-induced included), anxiety disorders, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Evaluation & Treatment services include:
- Psychiatric, substance use and nursing assessments
- Crisis intervention and stabilization services
- Medication management
- Education related to life skills and understanding medication effects
- Discharge planning, including referrals and linkage to other resources in the community
Daybreak serves adolescents between the ages of 12-18 and accepts Medicaid (Washington Apple Care) and most private insurance. The RWC Center in Brush Prairie is open to all gender identities/expressions. The Spokane inpatient facility is open to females and those who identify as “other than male.”
Daybreak will accept parent-initiated clients if voluntary placement is not an option.
Admissions process for parents, schools & juvenile court staff:
Brush Prairie: Please call your local County Crisis Line. In Clark County, that number is 1-800-626-8137. The crisis team will make an initial assessment and refer the child to outpatient or inpatient treatment. For more information, contact Daybreak’s E&T staff in Brush Prairie at (360) 750-9588 ext. 3047.
Spokane: If the patient is in imminent risk of harm to self or others, please call your local County Crisis Line. In Spokane County, that number is (509) 838-4428. Otherwise, call Daybreak at (509) 475-4651. Phones will be answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Evaluation and Treatment is managed by the Daybreak Medical Director and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. Medication administration and management via a licensed Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.