Hope House ensures stabilization of crisis health condition. It is achieved due to round-the-clock monitoring for people over 18 years with the diagnosis relating to a mental health crisis. They are also offered a secure surrounding in a therapeutic setting. They get medication therapy management with the help of an on-site psychiatric nurse practitioner. Additionally, patients can get individual, group, and family practices, peer support, nursing, and case management. Hope House has 8 voluntary crisis stabilization rooms and 2 emergency detention rooms. A patient is placed into this medical center under the prescription of the Crisis Response Therapists in connection with an individual’s treatment customer support group. The emergency detention patients are directed to the health center by the Gallatin County Attorney’s Office in connection with the Crisis Response Therapist. Hope House performs with the Help Center to admitting offices into the facility.