The Situational Crisis Service has as its focus short-term mental health interventions for the treatment of symptoms brought on by significant stressful life events. These life events, or situational crises, may include: serious illness or death of a family member, separation or divorce, severe accident, crime victimization, sexual molestation, rape, child abuse, loss of job, loss of home or teenage pregnancy. Treatment, offered by a team of specially trained clinicians, is available to clients of any age – individually or together with their families. In-home services or hospice care visits can be arranged and Medicaid, Medicare, and select insurance plans are accepted. The Situational Crisis Service team also provides mental health consultation to schools, corporations and other community groups to help cope with man-made and natural disasters or other emergencies.