CADE offers emergency services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This care is provided to those patients who go through a situation that affects their personal health or have a psychological crisis that puts their life at risk in the short term. Crises are determined as events that are unexpected, accidental and include a psychic alteration and behavior derived from various factors such as, separation or death of a close person, bodily diseases, unemployment, violations, economic failures, fires, natural disasters, situations of violence, etc.
For this reason, CADE has qualified personnel that provides medical-psychological care in a timely and immediate manner and is able to receive a patient considered to be capable of threatening his or her life or performing acts that put their physical integrity at risk. These situations can be detected or perceived by either the patient or by a relative or specialist in the health area. The situations that are perceived as threatening can come from any source; the important thing is to act immediately and provide the patient with a safe environment.