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Urgent Mental Health Care in Tuscaloosa, AL

At Crimson Care, we understand mental health is sensitive and can be scary for patients. It is our goal to make the process of getting help and finding care easier. Our physicians aim to be the bridge for our patient’s next steps on their mental health journey. 

Crimson Care Skyland is our urgent care center in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where we provide urgent mental health services. Our physicians are trained to provide timely and timely care and have access to psychiatry and counseling services when needed. We use our best judgment and specialty referral system to ensure our patients receive exceptional medical care moving forward for their mental health needs. 

Urgent Mental Health Clinic & Crisis Center Located at Crimson Care Skyland

No Appointment Necessary at Our Urgent Mental Health Walk-In Clinic

Crimson Care Skyland's team of certified doctors and nurse practitioners ensure that our walk-in clinic consistently delivers top-notch, affordable urgent care services. In addition to our commitment to physical well-being, we understand the significance of mental health. That's why, in the event of an emergency mental health issue, our specialized mental health crisis care team stands ready to provide immediate assistance and support.

Trust Crimson Care Skyland as your comprehensive healthcare partner, offering accessible services that prioritize both your physical and mental health needs. We provide convenient and high-quality care, ensuring you receive the compassionate attention you deserve during urgent times.


Symptoms of a Mental Health Emergency

Recognizing the symptoms of a mental health emergency is crucial for timely intervention and support in addressing mental health problems or conditions. While each individual's experience may vary, some common signs indicating a mental health crisis include:

  • Suicidal Thoughts or Intentions: Expressing thoughts of self-harm, suicide, or engaging in activities that suggest a desire to harm oneself.

  • Severe Anxiety or Panic Attacks: Overwhelming feelings of anxiety, panic, or terror that may be accompanied by physical symptoms such as rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath, or chest pain.

  • Extreme Agitation or Restlessness: Uncontrollable restlessness, pacing, or agitation that goes beyond normal behavior.

  • Hallucinations or Delusions: Perceiving things that are not present (hallucinations) or holding strong beliefs that are not grounded in reality (delusions).

  • Severe Disorientation or Confusion: Marked disorientation, confusion, or an inability to recognize one's surroundings, leading to potential safety concerns.

  • Intense Mood Swings: Extreme and rapid shifts in mood, ranging from euphoria to deep despair, disrupt daily functioning.

  • Inability to Cope with Daily Life: An individual may exhibit an inability to perform routine activities of daily living, indicating a significant impact on their functionality.

  • Withdrawal from Reality: Isolating oneself from friends, family, or reality, displaying an inability to connect with others or participate in usual social activities.

  • Marked Changes in Behavior: Drastic alterations in behavior, personality, or appearance that are inconsistent with the person's typical patterns.

  • Substance Abuse: Escalated or increased substance abuse as a means of coping with emotional distress.

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health emergency, seek immediate help at an urgent mental health center at 1771 Skyland Blvd E, Tuscaloosa, AL, or by calling (205) 301-3850. Our mental health professionals and psychiatry services play a crucial role in addressing mental illness and providing the necessary support and intervention. Early assistance is paramount for promoting overall well-being in individuals facing mental health conditions.


Contact Our Urgent Mental Health Center in Tuscaloosa, AL

If you or a loved one needs immediate mental health assistance, do not hesitate to reach out. Our team of mental health professionals is here to provide support and intervention during times of crisis.

At Crimson Care Skyland, we understand the importance of immediate care and support in times of crisis. Reach out to us, and let us assist your mental well-being. Your mental health matters, and we are here to help.

Phone: (205) 301-3850

Hours: Monday- Friday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Address: 1771 Skyland Blvd E, Tuscaloosa, AL

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Crimson Care Counseling

The Crimson Care Network is proud to expand our mental health services to Crimson Care Counseling. Our team is here for you every step of the way.

Crimson Care Counseling is currently located at our primary care office Alabama Family Medical Center, 1718 Veterans Memorial Parkway, Suite C, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404

Our Crimson Care Counseling office line is (205) 239-1728

Our website is

Hours to schedule an appointment are:

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

(actual appointment times may be outside of this time frame)


Meet Robin

Therapy is both art and science. Emotion, expression, feelings and insight combine to uncover a healthier, happier, more authentic you. The best artists start with knowledge of materials and how those materials can combine to create something wonderful. They see an underlying structure first, they have knowledge of how light and shadow will influence the outcome. Yes, there is an art to therapy, but it is informed by tried and true science and research. Robin spends a dedicated time each week reading in her field so that she can provide you with the latest tools and ideas to make the best use of your time and resources. Your treatment plan is specific to you and your particular problem.


Robin’s background is rooted in the fields of education, science, and psychology. Robin holds Master level degrees in Science and Human Development. Her undergraduate work includes psychology, sociology, and education. Robin has been working in these fields for the last 30 years in a variety of capacities. She holds licensure with the state of Alabama to practice individual, marriage, and family therapy and has been in private practice for the last several years. Her most recent teaching assignment was at the University of Alabama. Many people think that science and emotion are unrelated: They’re not! The fact that Robin shares a love for science and research, as well as a strong understanding of the human psyche, informs her practice and puts her in a unique position to help clients. You can expect that she will partner with you to set goals for change and improvement. As you both travel together down the discovery path, Robin will also offer you information based on science and research for your particular dilemma. For example, did you know there are neurologists who spend their lives work researching the Brain and Love? There are- and the results are fascinating! Love works on the brain much like cocaine! No wonder we all get addicted to love! The same is true for a variety of other issues. No matter what concerns you right now, rest assured that you are not alone.

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