MRSS (mobile response and stabilization services)
What is MRSS?
MRSS stands for Mobile Response and Stabilization Services. It is a new way that families with children and youth up to age 21 who are experiencing difficulties or distress can get immediate (within 60 minutes) assistance. MRSS will respond to any distressful situation the family identifies, including emotional or escalated behaviors, mental health issues, substance use concerns, grief and loss, trauma, suicidal thoughts, transitions, truancy, running away from home and parent/child conflict.
Who does it serve?
MRSS is a comprehensive program available to youth and young adults up to age 21 and their families. Any family in Huron County, Ohio can access this service regardless of income or situation.
Who can call?
Anyone, including youth, family, neighbor, friend, probation officer, school personnel, counselor, can call MRSS and request services.
How do I contact MRSS?
Families, youth and young adults can reach MRSS by calling Huron County's Mobile Response & Stabilization Services Team from 8AM to 10PM - 7 Days a week.
Huron County Mobile Response & Stabilization Services Call: (567) 274-8816