CSU Ribbon Cutting ws

Fellowship Health Resources, a nonprofit organization providing mental health and addiction services in Rhode Island, opened a new crisis stabilization unit, located at 120 Webster St. in Pawtucket, in September. Pictured, from left, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony are Taylor Cutolo, Amy Bragger, Jamie Souza, and Kristen Guilfoyle. 

PAWTUCKET – A first-of-its-kind crisis stabilization unit has opened in the city to provide individuals struggling with their behavioral health a space to improve their recovery and safely transition back into the community.

The Fellowship Health Resources Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), is the first in the state to offer all individual rooms and services folks 18 years of age and older who may also be struggling with negative symptoms related to a secondary diagnosis of an intellectual developmental disability.

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