Crisis Management Services

Managing Crisis in Recuperative Care

When recuperating from illness, a hospitalization, or just the common struggles of homelessness, even a minor crisis can have a drastic impact on someone’s life. That’s why we maintain a team of skilled, kindhearted expert professionals available at any hour of the day, 365 days a year to ensure that no crisis is allowed to go unmanaged. Our team is well-trained to deal with all the possible crises that our patients may have to deal with. A crisis arising at the wrong time can severely derail someone’s path to recuperation, so our crisis management team is always ready to provide assistance.

What is Crisis Management?

Crisis Management is one of our top priorities at Horizon, our expert crisis management team is on hand to assist patients 24/7, 365 days a year.  These specially trained, skilled professionals are available at any given time to ensure that whatever crisis our patients may be facing, their recuperative program remains successful.

What is the importance of Crisis Management services?

Recuperative Care, which is also referred to as medical respite, is a comprehensive health care program for displaced individuals who no longer need to be treated at an acute care facility, but still need further treatment before returning home.  A crisis for a homeless patient can have the potential to seriously derail their road to recovery and further hinder breaking their cycle of homelessness.  

How Does Horizon Recuperative Care Operate Crisis Management Services?

Horizon Recuperative Care in Los Angeles, California creates a tailored treatment plan for each patient. Every plan is formulated by a team of medical experts with one objective in mind: to provide every individual with the best treatment and tools they need to regain independence.  The positive, skilled crisis management team at Horizon is an integral part of achieving this goal and is well-trained to deal with all possible crises that may arise so that nothing can prevent our patients from recuperation and recovery that they need.

A man stopping bricks from falling, representing crisis management.