277 Biltmore Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801
Hours : 24/7
- Treatment for Children and Adolescents
- Psychiatry Services/Detoxification/Medical Services
- Intellectual Developmental Disability Services
- Facility-Based Crisis Services
- Admissions/Assessments 24/7/365
Welcome to CFBC Buncombe conveniently located near downtown Asheville and Mission Hospital.
The Caiyalynn Burrell Child Crisis Center (CBCCC) Facility-Based Crisis Service for children and adolescents, ages 6-17, is a service that provides an alternative to hospitalization for an eligible child or adolescent who presents with escalated behavior due to a mental health, intellectual or development disability or substance use disorder and requires treatment in a 24-hour residential facility. CBCCC is an indirect, intensive short term, medically supervised service provided in a physically secure setting, that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Facility-Based Crisis Service components include:
- Assessments and evaluation of the acute crisis condition(s)
- Intensive treatment, behavior management support and interventions, detoxification protocols as addressed in the child or adololescent's treatment plan
- Assessments and treatment service planning that address each of the child or adolescent's primary presenting diagnosis(es)
- Active engagement of the family, caregiver or legally responsible person, and significant others involved in the child or adolescent’s life, in crisis stabilization, treatment interventions, and discharge planning
- Stabilization of the immediate presenting issues, behaviors or symptoms that have resulted in the need for crisis intervention or detoxification
- Monitoring of the child or adolescent’s medical condition and response to the treatment protocol to ensure the safety of the beneficiary; and
- Discharge planning.
- Arranging for connection to new or existing community-based services that will provide further assessment, treatment, habilitation or rehabilitation upon discharge from the center;
- Coordination of care after discharge with other involved providers, including the child’s Primary Heatlhcare Practitioner and any involved specialist for ongoing care of identified medical conditions;
- Contact for re-entry planning purposes with the child’s school or local school or Local Educational Authority as indicated;
- Arranging for connection to a higher level of care as medically necessary;
- Identifying, connecting with, and collaborating with informal and natural supports in the community; and
- Developing or revising a crisis plan to assist the child/adolescent and their supports in preventing and managing future crisis events.
If this is your first time please bring the following with you:
- Insurance/Medicaid Card
- Any referral documentation
- Individuals with Medicaid have no obligation for a copay
- Individuals with private insurance will be obligated to meet their polidy's requirement(s). Call for information to determine if your insurance covers CFBC level of care.
- Individuals who are uninsured may be eligible for a sliding or discounted scale as defined by the relevant Manged Care Organization/Local Management Entity
What we do here
Daymark Recovery Services is a non-profit organization established to provide comprehensive behavioral healthcare services as defined by those in the community in need of mental health or substance abuse treatment options. All of our staff are highly qualified individuals with a plethora of knowledge to suit individual care as needed. Each of our facilities has a core set of service options available; however, some centers offer various group meetings or community outreach programs according to the service area. Please contact the center for schedules or further information as these programs and meetings vary and often change depending upon attendance and counselor availability.