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MHSA Programs and Services

County Program Type Program Component Desc Contact
Alameda Crisis Support Willow Rock Crisis Stabilization Unit CSS-OESD This strategy will provide crisis stabilization and acute care to youth ages 12-17 and their families, moving them towards a reduced level of care. Website

(510) 895-5502
Alameda Crisis Support Crisis Response Program - Capacity for Tri-Valley CSS-OESD Augments ACCESS services with clinical and peer staff dedicated to East County. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Crisis Support Crisis Response Program - Capacity for Tri-City CSS-OESD Augments ACCESS services with clinical and peer staff dedicated to South County. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Crisis Support Integrated Behavioral Health & Primary Care for Older Adults in
Emergency Rooms
PEI Deploys a mental health Geriatric Assessment and Response Team (GART) into Emergency Rooms (ERs). Provides training to ER staff. Provides mental health services and supports. Website

(510) 891-5650
Alameda Crisis Support Suicide Prevention & Trauma Informed Care PEI Seeks to reduce the incidence of suicide amongst high-risk groups. Website

1-800-309-2131
Alameda Crisis Support Multi-Jurisdictional Statewide
Projects: Suicide Prevention
PEI Trainings to increase awareness for community gatekeepers, building capacity in peer support models, and reducing gaps in addressing underserved populations. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Peer/Family Support Specialists Multi-systemic Therapy (MST) CSS-OESD Family preservation strategy that serves chronic juvenile offenders with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) co-occurring with substance abuse and violent behavior. Website

(510) 777-5300
Alameda Peer/Family Support Specialists Multi-Jurisdictional Statewide
Projects: Suicide Prevention
PEI Trainings to increase awareness for community gatekeepers, building capacity in peer support models, and reducing gaps in addressing underserved populations. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Employment
Toolkit
WET Offers an integrated, coordinated approach to peer (i.e., consumer and family member)
employment and supports peer employees at all stages of the employment process, from recruitment to retention. The goal is to develop and retain authentic consumer and f
Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness Centers CSS-OESD BACS regional Wellness Centers offer wellness oriented service model that combines individualized wellness action planning, core and elective classes that are functional and rehab-oriented, psychiatric support when needed, professional employment services Website

(510) 613-0330
Alameda Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Education & Resource Center CSS-OESD Provides a range of info/referral and support services for families within ACBHCS. Increases number of county-wide family support groups and encourages linkage with providers. Promotes county-wide family Website

1.888.869.9972
Alameda Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness, Recovery, Resiliency Services PEI Client-run mental health programs run by and for consumers of mental health services designed to improve the quality of life of mental health clients within Alameda County by promoting freedom of choice, empowerment, and independent living within the comm Website

(510) 652-7451
Alameda Reducing Disparities Low Income Health Plan Pilot CSS-OESD Broad array of services to provide increased access of consumers of the system to primary care services. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Reducing Disparities ACCESS for Asian/Pacific
Islanders (API)
CSS-OESD Improve availability of ACCESS and brief treatment clinic/field based services by increasing bicultural staff in one Asian crisis clinic. Includes assessment, brief treatment and referral services. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Reducing Disparities ACCESS for Latinos CSS-OESD Improve availability of ACCESS and brief treatment clinic/field based services by increasing bicultural staff in one Latino crisis clinic. . Includes
assessment, brief treatment and referral services.
Website

(510) 535-8400
Alameda Reducing Disparities Stigma & Discrimination Reduction Campaign PEI Outreach, education, training, consumer empowerment, and local media projects to reduce stigma associated with mental illness. Website

(510) 832-7337
Alameda Reducing Disparities Outreach, Education & Consultation for the Latino Community PEI Outreach and education, mental health consultation, and cultural wellness practices for Latino community. Website

(510) 535-8400
Alameda Reducing Disparities Outreach, Education &
Consultation for the Asian/Pacific
Islanders (API)
PEI Outreach and education, mental health consultation, and cultural wellness practices for API community. Website
Website

(510) 869-6071 (510) 835-2777
Alameda Reducing Disparities Outreach, Education & Consultation for the South Asian/Afghan Community PEI Outreach and education, mental health consultation, and cultural wellness practices for South Asian & Afghan community. Website
Website

(510) 745-9511
Alameda Reducing Disparities Integrated Behavioral Health & Primary Care for Native Americans
Adults
PEI Outreach and education, mental health consultation, and cultural wellness practices for Native American community. Website

(510) 434-5488
Alameda Reducing Disparities Multi-Jurisdictional Statewide Projects: Student Mental Health PEI Trainings to create a supportive environment for students experiencing mental distress and reducing stigma in the K-12 and Higher Education settings. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Reducing Disparities Multi-Jurisdictional Statewide Projects: Stigma & Discrimination
Reduction
PEI Multiple trainings aimed at a diverse group of stakeholders to increase awareness and sensitivity toward consumers and family members. Expanding capacity in existing peer support programs. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Reducing Disparities Educational Campaign
to Increase Workforce
Diversity
WET Develops a culturally appropriate educational campaign to enhance the image of mental health employment and to recruit students and potential employees from Alameda County’s diverse communities. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Reducing Disparities Graduate Stipends to
Increase Workforce
Diversity
WET Offers financial stipends to graduate students enrolled in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Nursing and Psychology Programs. Requires a year of employment for each year of funding. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Housing Support Housing for TAY CSS-FSP Provides permanent supportive housing for youth who are homeless, aged out of foster care, leaving the justice system or residential treatment. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Housing Homeless Outreach & Stabilization Team (HOST) CSS-FSP Multi-disciplinary team engages homeless adults and links them to a range of services with a focus on community services, peer support and the means to obtain and maintain housing. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Housing North County Senior Homeless Program CSS-FSP The North County Senior Homeless Program is committed to doing "whatever it takes" to provide safe, appropriate housing for homeless seniors, regardless of their condition and without restrictions on their participation in their mental health or substance Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Housing Greater HOPE CSS-FSP Adds housing, personal service coordination and medication capacity to existing mobile homeless outreach provider in South and East County. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Housing Transition to Independence CSS-FSP The outreach staff identifies appropriate homeless seniors wherever they find them in the community. They then assist the clients in finding housing that they find suitable for their circumstances, where they can live without fear. The program provides in Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Housing Behavioral Health Court CSS-FSP Creates a new multi-disciplinary team and provide housing subsidies and peer counseling to individuals involved in the criminal justice system. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Housing Housing Services Office CSS-FSP Provides housing, move-in costs, subsidies, benefits, income, Medi-Cal, Psychiatrist and Medical care, personal service coordination, psychotherapy, substance abuse counseling and referral. Website

(510) 891-8925
Alameda Housing Forensic Assertive Community Treatment CSS-FSP Creates a multi-disciplinary community treatment team and community support center for adults with extensive criminal justice histories and those experiencing their first or second incarceration. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Housing Residential Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders CSS-OESD Provides housing, medication assessment, evaluation, education, support and monitoring to individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders in alcohol and drug treatment settings throughout the county. Website
Website

(510) 784-5874 (510) 450-1192
Alameda SB82 Funded Hope Intervention Program--HIP OESD (SB 82) 90 day intensive case management and service linkage for unserved at risk of homelessness and psychiatric crisis.   HIP (510) 593-5629
Alameda Unspecified Mental Health Court
Specialist
CSS-OESD Team of mental health staff at Alameda courtrooms to provide assessment, treatment and advocacy for defendants with serious mental illness (SMI). Website

(510) 627-4992
Email:
CAP@acbhcs.org
Alameda Unspecified Juvenile Justice
Transformation of the Guidance Clinic
CSS-OESD Provides in-depth assessment and treatment for youth in the juvenile justice system. Creates linkages to community based services and expands on-site treatment in Juvenile Hall. Website

(510) 667-3000 GuidanceClinic@acbhcs.org
Alameda Unspecified Mobile Integrated Assess Team for Seniors CSS-OESD Increases access for homebound seniors through the use of mobile geriatric mental health teams. Website

Senior Help Line: 510-574-2041
Alameda Unspecified Individual Placement Services CSS-OESD Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, in conjunction with the
California Department of Rehabilitation, has embarked on a long-term plan to implement Individual Placement and Supported Employment (IPS). This evidence-based practice assists adult
Website

(510) 777-4240
Alameda Unspecified Behavioral Health Medical Home CSS-OESD This will integrate primary health care services into two Alameda County Mental Health Community Support Centers. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Schreiber Center CSS-OESD The Schreiber Center is a specialty mental health clinic developed in collaboration with Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services, the Regional Center of the East Bay, and Alameda County Public Health Department. The Center is dedicated to serving Website

(510) 891-5650
Alameda Unspecified Mental Health Consultation in
Preschools
PEI Outreach, on-site mental health consultation, screening and evaluation at preschools. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Mental Health Consultation in Schools PEI Outreach, on-site mental health consultation, screening and evaluation at elementary, middle and high schools. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP) Alameda
County
PEI Outreach, education and early treatment for TAY experiencing the onset of psychosis and SMI. Website

(510) 318-6100
Alameda Unspecified Transition Age Youth (TAY)
Resource Center
PEI Provides mental health services to TAY at an existing youth development center. Website

(510) 777-9909
Alameda Unspecified Workforce Staffing Support WET Provides infrastructure to manage the development, implementation and evaluation of all Workforce Education and Training (WE&T) programs and initiatives. Spearheads
partnerships with community-based organizations, peer-run agencies, educational
institutio
Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Training Institute WET Provides a coordinated, consistent approach to training and staff development. Develops, researches and provides a broad array of training related to mental health practice; wellness, recovery and resiliency; peer employment and supports and management de Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Community College
Career Pathway
WET Develops a mental health career pipeline strategy in the community colleges, which serve as an academic entry point for consumers, family members, ethnically and culturally diverse students and individuals interested in human services education and can le Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Loan Assumption
Program
WET Offers loan forgiveness for county and contract community-based organization staff.
Requires a year of employment for each year of loan repayment.
Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Internship Program WET Coordinates academic internship programs across the ACBHCS workforce. Meets with educational institutions to publicize internship opportunities and provides training to clinical supervisors and student interns. Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Electronic Health Record (EHR) Technology CFTN Creates electronic health records based on technology that supports interoperability with other systems to ensure a dynamic data exchange with other entities involved in the care of consumers. Given the vast network of ACBHCS service providers in Alameda Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Provision of Computer Resources Technology CFTN Provides computer resources in locations where consumers and family members gather and receive services to allows access the internet and other software. Computers will be used for education, accessing job-related information and public policy materials, Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Electronic Prescription Functionality Technology CFTN Develops electronic prescription functionality that will be available to consumers in Alameda County. E-prescribing improves quality of care and reduces medication errors, including the possibility of a misread prescription by a dispensing pharmacist. E- Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Personal Health Record Technology CFTN Develops a Personal Health Record (PHR) that will be available to consumers to access important aspects of their Electronic Medical Record, including scheduled appointments, treatment information, options for completing a Wellness and Recovery Action Plan Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alameda Unspecified Innovative Grants Program INN Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services (BHCS) invites members of the community to present fresh and new ideas to be funded as Innovative Projects.
Applicants may submit applications for:

•Mental health outreach, education and training for mental
Website

ACCESS Line: 1.800.491.9099
Alpine Peer/Family Support Specialists School-Based Primary Intervention Program PEI An evidenced-based program that provides one-to-one services to students through the use of non-directive play sessions, including games, arts and crafts activities, and conversations. Services are delivered by a child aid, with close supervision from a s Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Reducing Disparities Outreach & Engagement CSS Focus on identification, education, and support of individuals in need of mental health services. These activities also seek to reduce barriers to participation in behavioral health services and programs. Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Reducing Disparities Field Capable Clinical Services CSS As part of general systems development in FY 2010/11, BHS began extending clinical services to schools, homes, and community locations throughout the County. The FCCS program increases behavioral health services utilization rates, supports isolated and ho Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Reducing Disparities Senior Socialization & Exercise PEI Focuses on improving the healthy attitudes, beliefs, skills and lifestyles of older adults in Alpine County; reducing stigma associated with seeking behavioral health services; reducing isolation, depression, fear, anxiety, and loneliness among seniors; a Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Reducing Disparities Positive Behavior Intervention Support PEI An evidenced-based school-based approach to student social-emotional support and behavioral management. The approach includes systemic and individualized strategies to achieve learning and social emotional outcomes at both the individual and the school-wi Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Reducing Disparities Create the Good PEI Began as an adult luncheon geared toward adults and seniors, these luncheons featured presentations on topics related to health, wellness and parenting. The event promotes community socialization, awareness of current health and wellness issues, and provi Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Reducing Disparities Combining Past & Present PEI A culturally-based prevention program for Alpine County residents of all ages which seeks to preserve cultural traditions, build community, and prevent the onset of depression and anxiety related to lack of socialization and identity confusion for members Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Reducing Disparities Wellness Projects PEI Designed to provide targeted programming for a variety of distinct populations programs will offer continued support to prevent the development and onset of mental health issues among Alpine County residents and engage residents in programming to decrease Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Unspecified Full Service Partnerships CSS Designed to expand mental health services and supports to residents of all ages who have severe mental illness (SMI) or identified as severe emotional disturbance (SED) and assist these residents in achieving their goals. ACBHS staff members also serve as Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Unspecified School-Based Mental Health Clinician CSS Assists with early detection and intervention for students struggling with personal, academic, and mental and emotional health issues, all within the low-threat school setting. The clinician also provided referrals and linkages to other resources as neede Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Unspecified Play Therapy CSS Designed to deliver clinical services to children in a low-stakes environment with the goals to help children decrease anxiety, increase confidence, make healthier choices, and decrease behavior issues through the expression of play. Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Unspecified Capital Facilities Development CFTN The Capital Facilities funds will be used to acquire a new building or space for MHSA administration and services. The focus of the facility will be to offer MHSA services to children, transition age youth, families, adults, and older adults. The site wil Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Unspecified Electronic Health Record Implementation CFTN During FY 2010/11, Alpine conducted a technological needs assessment, applied, and received funding for implementing an electronic health record (EHR) to document services, streamline assessments, and track programmatic and client outcomes over time. The Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Alpine Unspecified   WET Considering developing a WET plan to increase professional development, with specific focus on Washoe cultural competency and considering developing a WET plan to train staff in evidence-based practices and screening (e.g., S-BIRT, motivational interviewi Website

Alpine County MHSA Program Specialist Amy Broadhurst 530.694.1320 abroadhurst@alpinecountyca.gov
Amador Crisis Support Crisis Team CSS-SD Provides follow-up specialized skills for staff/team building in the community, including hospital ER and family groups. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Crisis Support Mobile Crisis Support Team CSS-SD This team includes a full-time Clinician, along with a full-time Consumer/ Family Advocate, who will be equipped with a new 4-wheel drive vehicle and laptop with mobile “hot spot” for field intakes, assessments, and safety plans. The Consumer/Family Advoc Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Peer/Family Support Specialists MHA Sierra Wind Wellness Center CSS-OE Sierra Wind is a peer-led self-help center offering advocacy, support, benefits acquisition, culturally diverse support groups, training, and patient's rights advocacy. Sierra Wind provides weekly support groups, daily meals, linkage and navigation of ser Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Peer/Family Support Specialists Consumer Advocate / Primary Care Liaison CSS-SD The Advocate/Liaison attends client meetings and serves on policy and program development teams to promote the concept of clients/families as partners in the treatment process. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Peer/Family Support Specialists NAMI Outreach & Engagement CSS-OE NAMI advocates for access to services, treatment, supports and research and is steadfast in its commitment to raising awareness and building a community of hope for all of those in need. For this project in Amador County, NAMI conducted outreach and educ Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Peer/Family Support Specialists NAMI Family to Family CSS-OE This free, 12-week course offered by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is offered throughout the United States, in two Canadian provinces and in three regions in Mexico. With more than 3,500 volunteer teachers, 250,000 family members have par Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Peer/Family Support Specialists NAMI Peer to Peer CSS-OE Provided by NAMI Amador, Peer-to-Peer is a unique, experiential learning program for people with any serious mental illness who are interested in establishing and maintaining their wellness and recovery. Peer-to-Peer consists of 10 two-hour units and is t Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Peer/Family Support Specialists NAMI Networking with Behavioral Health Staff CSS-OE Partnership with NAMI Amador. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Reducing Disparities MHA Sierra Wind Wellness Center CSS-OE Sierra Wind is a peer-led self-help center offering advocacy, support, benefits acquisition, culturally diverse support groups, training, and patient's rights advocacy. Sierra Wind provides weekly support groups, daily meals, linkage and navigation of ser Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Reducing Disparities NEXUS Community Center Outreach PEI This program provides outreach, education, and support intervention services to Spanish-speaking and isolated consumers and their families. The program also provides mental health and wellness education workshops for the community. The program offers cons Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Reducing Disparities NEXUS Promotores de Salud PEI The Promotores de Salud is a Latino Peer-to-Peer program that utilizes Spanish-speaking Hispanic/Latino community members to reach out to other historically underserved Spanish-speaking Hispanic/Latino and linguistically isolated community members. The go Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Reducing Disparities Human Services Certificate Sponsorship WET ACBHS is partnering with the Amador Community College Foundation (ACCF) to promote an 18-unit Human Services certificate and to provide additional supports as needed. ACCF currently partners with Coastline Community College to offer Amador County resident Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Reducing Disparities Community College Scholarships WET ACBHS is creating a menu of options for consumers, family members, staff, and the public. To fully support the partnership with ACCF and to ensure the success of the students seeking the Human Services certificate, ACBHS is dedicating $20,000 in scholarsh Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Housing Housing Housing Amador County intends to utilize their MHSA Housing Program funds over the next three years (FY 2015/16 to FY 2018/19) to fund a combination of Emergency Assistance and Move-In Assistance (with funding split 50/50 between the two options), with funding fo Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP The program’s focus is to provide an integrated system of care, including outreach and support, to children, youth, transitional age youth, adults and older adults seeking or receiving behavioral health care in Amador County. Its focus with Full Service P Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Personal Service Coordinators CSS-FSP Functioning as case managers and personal service coordinators, the positions provides direct clinical services consistent with the vision and goals of MHSA. PSCs will be responsible for implementing outreach and engagement activities and individual and g Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Integrated Recovery Team CSS-SD Amador County employs an Integrated Recovery Team (IRT) System of Care. IRT integrates mental health services, substance abuse services and consumer and family representation. Behavioral Health IRT members now share the responsibility of providing client- Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified First 5 Behavioral Consultation PEI First 5 Amador provides high quality mental health consultation, treatment, and socialization classes, as well as education to child care providers, teachers, families and children in order to reduce the number of youth who are removed from child care set Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified NEXUS Building Blocks of Resiliency PEI The Building Blocks of Resiliency program offers Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) to help create stronger and healthier families with positive relationships. PCIT is designed to improve family functioning, resiliency, and cohesion as parents receiv Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified NEXUS PCIT-Parent Child Interaction Therapy PEI Evidence-based program for young children and their parents targeting development of parenting strategies around difficult or complicated behavior patterns. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified NEXUS ART-Aggression Replacement Training PEI Evidence-based program for children which evaluates current acting out behaviors in a group setting. Currently being implemented in the Amador County Community School and one middle school. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified NEXUS Youth Empowerment Program PEI Develops a network of transitional age youth to guide and shape youth empowerment activities. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified NEXUS Project SUCCESS PEI Project SUCCESS is a SAMHSA-recommended, research-based program that uses interventions proven effective in reducing risk factors and enhancing protective factors. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified The Resource Connection Grandparents Program PEI Provides respite care for at risk grandparents raising their grandchildren. Grandparents are eligible to receive up to 16 hours of care per month for their grandchildren in a licensed child care facility. The program also provides a training/support group Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Isolated Seniors Project PEI In order to address isolated seniors, ACBHS plans to contract with a senior-serving group to expand the scope and/or outreach of their efforts to support the mental health and wellbeing of isolated older adults. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Training, T/A & Capacity Building for Promotores PEI Involves Promotores in the orientation and cultural competency training of the Integrated Recovery Team (IRT). Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Training, T/A & Capacity Building for Law Enforcement PEI Trains law enforcement and other first responders in mental health law and engagement strategies to ensure both mental health consumer and first responder safety and to reduce trauma and stigma currently identified as creating barriers to the success of t Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Project Pending INN Project Pending Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Workforce Staffing Support WET Staffing support includes assisting staff with work-related education and training goals, tracking mental health workforce trends, identifying local needs, and representing the department at regional and statewide meetings. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Essential Learning Online Training Platform WET Essential Learning includes over 300 courses of readily available curriculum, with CEUs at no additional cost. Essential Learning curriculum covers training on all MHSA target populations, current therapeutic interventions, as well as the MHSA essential e Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Internship & Supervision Program WET ACBHS continues to offer Masters in Social Work and Marriage and Family Therapist Interns opportunities to earn their hours toward licensure within the department. Students needing practicum hours to graduate are also extended opportunities for needed exp Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Amador Unspecified Anasazi Electronic Health Record System CFT Technology funds have been dedicated to the department’s Electronic Billing and Records System, Anasazi, in partnership with Kingsview for technical support. Website

Stephanie Hess
209-223-6412
shess@amadorgov.org
Berkeley City Crisis Support Intensive Support Services Children's Wraparound Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP This community-based mental health program is designed to provide intensive short-term, individualized treatment, care coordination and support to children and youth ages 0-18 years. Website

Fawn Downs (510) 981-5236
Berkeley City Crisis Support TAY- Adult & Older Adult (FSP) CSS-FSP Provides intensive support services to individuals with severe mental illness who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Priority populations include transition-age youth, older adults, and individuals in unserved and underserved ethnic communities Website

Nancy Njissang (510) 981-5248
Berkeley City Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness & Recovery Support Services CSS-OESD Advances wellness & recovery goals on a system wide level through a collaboration of staff, consumers, family members, and other stakeholders. Promotes increased involvement of consumers and family members in the service delivery system. Creates policies Website

Carol Patterson (510) 981-7721
Berkeley City Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Advocate Services CSS-OESD Provides outreach, education, supports, referrals, and community linkages for family members throughout the mental health system. Website

Yvette Katuala (510) 981-7654
Berkeley City Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Leadership Coordination WET Coordinates skills training for consumers, family members, and culturally and linguistically diverse community members to enable them to participate on Berkeley Mental Health (BMH) committees and boards; secure consumer and family member positions; and/or Website

Carol Patterson (510) 981-7721
Berkeley City Reducing Disparities Multi-Cultural Outreach & Engagement CSS-OESD Identifies, develops, implements, monitors, and evaluates services that lead to continuous cultural, ethnic, and linguistic improvements within the mental health system of care, with a special emphasis on engaging un-served, underserved, and inappropriate Website

Barbara White (510) 981-7646
Berkeley City Reducing Disparities Transition Age Youth (TAY) Support Services CSS-OESD Provides outreach, support, services, and/or referrals to homeless Transition Age Youth (TAY) with serious mental health issues. Priority is given to youth coming out of foster care and/or the juvenile justice system, with targeted outreach strategies to Website

Karen Klatt (510) 981-7644
Berkeley City Reducing Disparities Community Education & Supports Project PEI Partners with community groups to implement culturally appropriate outreach, engagement and support services within underserved cultural/ethnic populations to individuals in need of trauma supports. Website

Karen Klatt (510) 981-7644
Berkeley City Reducing Disparities Peer Leadership Coordination WET Coordinates skills training for consumers, family members, and culturally and linguistically diverse community members to enable them to participate on Berkeley Mental Health (BMH) committees and boards; secure consumer and family member positions; and/or Website

Carol Patterson (510) 981-7721
Berkeley City Reducing Disparities Peer Leader Stipend Program WET Provides stipends for consumers and family members to participate in leadership roles at BMH and in peer counseling training roles in the clinics. Website

Carol Patterson (510) 981-7721
Berkeley City Reducing Disparities Graduate Level Training Stipend Program WET Enables BMH to provide stipends to culturally and linguistically diverse graduate level trainees and interns. Website

Babalwa Kwanele (510) 981-5239
Berkeley City Housing TAY- Adult & Older Adult (FSP) CSS-FSP Provides intensive support services to individuals with severe mental illness who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Priority populations include transition-age youth, older adults, and individuals in unserved and underserved ethnic communities Website

Nancy Njissang (510) 981-5248
Berkeley City Housing Housing Services & Supports CSS-OESD Provides housing retention for homeless and at risk TAY, adults and older adults through dedicated support to consumers, staff, landlords, and housing-related social services. Website

Yvette Katuala (510) 981-7654
Berkeley City Unspecified Employment Services CSS-OESD Develops relationships with existing employment services such as the State Department of Rehabilitation, Alameda County Behavioral Health Vocational Services Program, and community-based one-stop employment centers. The Employment Specialist will collabor Website

Yvette Katuala (510) 981-7654
Berkeley City Unspecified Benefits Advocacy CSS-OESD A collaboration with a community-based organization assists clients in obtaining benefits. Website

Karen Klatt (510) 981-7644
Berkeley City Unspecified BE A STAR (Behavioral Emotional Assessment, Screening, Treatment, and Referral) PEI Implements a coordinated system to identify children birth to five at risk of developmental delays, physical, social-emotional, and behavioral concerns. Triage, assessment, referral, and treatment as needed through appropriate community-based or specialis Website

Karen Klatt (510) 981-7644
Berkeley City Unspecified Social Inclusion Project PEI Ensures a coordinated effort with ACBHCS around anti-stigma programming in Berkeley. Among other activities, trains consumers to conduct community presentations in order to dispel myths, attitudes and discrimination around mental health clients and issues Website

Carol Patterson (510) 981-7721
Berkeley City Unspecified High School Youth Prevention Program PEI The program consists of a thorough screening process that is used to identify young people who may need more intensive intervention, and to provide referrals that connect students in need with therapeutic treatment and services when necessary. Website

Fawn Downs (510) 981-5236
Berkeley City Unspecified Community-based Child & Youth Risk Prevention Program PEI A range of psycho-educational activities in multiple modalities provide information and supports for those in need. Services also include assessment, brief treatment, case management, and referral to long term providers as needed to reduce risk factors o Website

Fawn Downs (510) 981-5236
Berkeley City Unspecified Homeless Outreach Program PEI This new program will increase access to available resources for homeless individuals in Berkeley and Albany. Those in need will be outreached to and provided supported referrals to area programs and services including education, crisis intervention, sho Website

Karen Klatt (510) 981-7644
Berkeley City Unspecified Supportive Schools Program PEI This program provides resources to support mental health prevention and intervention services in the schools including: outreach; psycho-social education; and consultation with parents/or teachers. Website

Fawn Downs (510) 981-5236
Berkeley City Unspecified Staff Development and MHSA Training WET Through this program BMH staff and affiliated community agencies provide trainings to guide the MHSA transformation for the system of care. Website

Barbara White (510) 981-7646
Berkeley City Unspecified Career Pathways Adjunct Support WET Collaborating with Berkeley Unified School District, implements a curriculum in the High School to both inform and prepare students for careers in the mental health field. Website

Fawn Downs (510) 981-5236
Berkeley City Unspecified Adult Services Clinic Renovation CFTN Using Capital Facilities funds, renovates the BMH Adult Services Clinic to create a safe and welcoming, consumer-friendly and family friendly environment. Website

Steve Grolnic-McClurg (510) 981-5249
Berkeley City Unspecified Electronic Health Records Project CFTN Uses Technological Needs funds to implement a fully operable Electronic Health Records system, providing greater consumer access to personal health information. Website

Steve Grolnic-McClurg (510) 981-5249
Butte Crisis Support Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) CSS-OESD Provides up to 23 hours of specialized services to voluntary individuals. Services include crisis intervention and stabilization, emergency medications, nursing health assessment, and mental health assessment for all ages. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Crisis Support CHFFA/Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant SB 82 The Crisis Residential Treatment program will provide adult consumers requiring mental health crisis services with community-based treatment alternatives to institutional placements. The program is an intensive 24-hour, seven-days-a-week structured, thera Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Crisis Support SB 82 Triage/Navigator Grant SB 82 The Triage Teams will embed Crisis Staff in facilities in Butte County where high-risk psychiatric emergencies are most likely to occur: 3 emergency departments and 2 homeless shelters/centers. As well, a Phone Triage team will be integrated into the curr Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Peer/Family Support Specialists Homeless Client Support Program (Torres Shelter) CSS Services at the Torres Shelter utilize peer partners to provide support to shelter guests who are experiencing mental illness. The goal is to increase the shelter guests’ ability to effectively partake in services and to reinforce stable and secure housin Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Peer/Family Support Specialists Live Spot Gridley & Oroville PEI Provides academic support, life skills and leadership development, vocational support, relationship building, connection to the community, and supportive services to school age youth during after school hours. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Peer/Family Support Specialists Northern Valley Talkline CSS-OESD A non-crisis warm line offering peer to peer support, compassionate listening, and county-wide resource referrals. The Northern Valley Talk Line operates 365 days a year, 4:30–9:30pm. 1-855-582-5554. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness & Recovery Centers CSS-OESD The Wellness and Recovery Centers (WRC) are consumer driven and emphasize recovery-oriented activities including peer support, socialization opportunities, life skills groups, reintegration into the community, employment services, and medication support. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Peer/Family Support Specialists Youth Intensive Programs CSS-OESD Youth Intensive Programs (YIP) provide specialized wraparound services throughout the county. Services include culturally specific teams; teams for children and youth detained by Social Services, and TAY youth. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Reducing Disparities 6th Street Center CSS-OESD Open to homeless youth, or those at risk of homelessness. Services include basic needs (laundry facilities, showers, afternoon meals), education support, employment development, family reunification assistance, and referral to community services. 6th Stre Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Reducing Disparities African American Family and Cultural Center PEI Provides African American families and community members a place to reclaim and revitalize their community in order to create healthy and vibrant lives. This program is in partnership with Youth for Change, Inc. (YFC) and is in alliance with Southside Oro Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Reducing Disparities LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention and
Education Program (SAYes)
PEI A program of Stonewall Alliance of Chico, provides suicide prevention, education, and outreach services to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth and young adult and their families and friends. This program also connects individuals to Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Reducing Disparities Live Spot Gridley & Oroville PEI Provides academic support, life skills and leadership development, vocational support, relationship building, connection to the community, and supportive services to school age youth during after school hours. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Reducing Disparities Mental Health Awareness PEI Mental Health Awareness collaborates with existing groups and develops community response to mental health issues. This includes collaboration with NAMI for providing classes and mental health awareness events; American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Reducing Disparities Older Adult Suicide Prevention and
Education
PEI Provided by Passages, OASPE conducts outreach, education, coaching, social opportunities, training for caregivers, and other supportive services. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Reducing Disparities Promotores PEI A program of Northern Valley Catholic Social Services (NVCSS) in partnership with BCDBH, Promotores provides health education and support to Latino and Hmong communities. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Reducing Disparities Zoosiab - Hmong Cultural Center PEI Zoosiab staff will work to decrease the cultural and linguistic barriers that Hmong elders experience in accessing community and mental health services. To help elders recover from mental illness, the Zoosiab Program will utilized both Western and traditi Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Housing 6th Street Center CSS-OESD Open to homeless youth, or those at risk of homelessness. Services include basic needs (laundry facilities, showers, afternoon meals), education support, employment development, family reunification assistance, and referral to community services. 6th Stre Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Housing Homeless Client Support Program (Torres Shelter) CSS Services at the Torres Shelter utilize peer partners to provide support to shelter guests who are experiencing mental illness. The goal is to increase the shelter guests’ ability to effectively partake in services and to reinforce stable and secure housin Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Housing Housing Development Program CSS-OESD The MHSA Housing Development Program will provide approximately 14 units of permanent, affordable, supportive housing to individuals with Mental Health disabilities who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The housing units will be linked with on-site Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Housing Master Lease Housing CSS-OESD Provides site control and guaranteed permanent housing for our Transitional Age Youth (TAY), Adult, and Older Adult consumers. Northern Valley Catholic Social Services (NVCSS) and Youth for Change, Inc. (YFC) manage and offer this service to individuals Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Housing Support, Employment, Assistance, Recovery, Consumer Housing (SEARCH) CSS-OESD Provides intensive services to individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness due to a severe and persistent mental illness. Individuals are linked to the Housing Authority of Butte County, Department of Rehabilitation (DOR), Veterans Services, L Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Housing Transitional Housing CSS Transitional housing provides an opportunity to help consumers on their journey to recovery and self-sufficiency by helping them to secure a safe place to live. Consumers sometimes have difficulty finding safe affordable housing due to poor rental histori Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte SB82 Funded CHFFA/Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant SB 82 The Crisis Residential Treatment program will provide adult consumers requiring mental health crisis services with community-based treatment alternatives to institutional placements. The program is an intensive 24-hour, seven-days-a-week structured, thera Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte SB82 Funded SB 82 Triage/Navigator Grant SB 82 The Triage Teams will embed Crisis Staff in facilities in Butte County where high-risk psychiatric emergencies are most likely to occur: 3 emergency departments and 2 homeless shelters/centers. As well, a Phone Triage team will be integrated into the curr Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Unspecified Consumer Employment Program CSS-OESD Employment opportunities are contracted through several local agencies. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Unspecified Department of Rehabilitation Cooperative (DOR Co-Op) CSS-OESD BCDBH has partnered with Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) to assist individuals in finding employment. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Unspecified Information Technology CFTN Information Technology has allowed BCDBH to upgrade technology infrastructure which has allowed for the implementation of an Electronic Health Record. The Electronic Health Record has allowed BCDBH to have more streamlined patient care including e Prescri Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Unspecified Integrated Primary Care and
Mental Health
CSS-OESD Integrated Primary Care (IPC) fosters cooperation and connection between the behavioral health and medical professions by providing support such as psychiatric consultation to physicians and medical staff, assessments, linkage and referrals to additional Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Unspecified Mental Health Awareness PEI Mental Health Awareness collaborates with existing groups and develops community response to mental health issues. This includes collaboration with NAMI for providing classes and mental health awareness events; American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Unspecified Welcoming Triage & Referral PEI Welcomes youth and adult outpatients into the Behavioral Health system. This program allows for walk-in and urgent care services. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Unspecified Workforce Education & Training WET Unlike Many of the MHSA programs, Workforce Education and Training (WET) programs do not provide direct services. The goal of WET is to develop a diverse and well-trained mental health workforce skilled in providing services to consumers and the community Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Butte Unspecified Youth Intensive Programs CSS-OESD Youth Intensive Programs (YIP) provide specialized wraparound services throughout the county. Services include culturally specific teams; teams for children and youth detained by Social Services, and TAY youth. Website

Jeremy Wilson (530) 891-2850 jwilson@buttecounty.net
Calaveras Crisis Support Crisis Intervention and Crisis De-Escalation Trainings PEI A Three-Day CIT Training provided skills and resources to police officers and other public safety first responders in dealing with individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Training offered in February 2016 included lectures, role play, and demonst Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Peer/Family Support Specialists Living Room Peer Recovery Center CSS An average of 30 community members and consumers attend the Living Room Peer Center daily (Monday through Thursday) at the BHS Annex. Dual Diagnosis, Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP), Women’s Process, Depression, Art Therapy, Six Dimensions of Wellnes Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Peer/Family Support Specialists Parent Mentor Program PEI The Parent Mentor Program will consist of up to four trained and committed parent consumer volunteers (who have successfully navigated the CWS system) that will provide information, support and mentorship to parents who have recently lost custody of their Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Peer/Family Support Specialists In Our Own Voice Trainings PEI NAMI Gold Country, with funds from Behavioral Health, has implemented the stigma reduction program for community titled "In Our Own Voice" by consumers with mental illness. Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Peer/Family Support Specialists Socialization Program PEI NAMI Socialization Program: The Socialization Program is a weekly peer run program sponsored by NAMI Gold Country that provides activities for consumers that include shopping, bowling, movies and pizza nights. Behavioral Health provides NAMI a contract to Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Peer/Family Support Specialists Integrated Dual Diagnosis Project INN Since October, 2015 - the Integrated Dual Diagnosis Project has trained and supports three peer-run weekly support groups that provide peer support to dual diagnosis consumers suffering with substance abuse and mental illness and live in Calaveras County Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Reducing Disparities Art Therapy PEI The Art Therapy Program contracts to provide art therapy workshops titled Teen Art and Self Discovery and Healing Through Expressive Arts for at-risk youth and adults with mental illness. These workshops utilize a variety of artistic expression that resul Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras   LGBT Outreach and Early Intervention PEI With a contract from BHS, a community therapist provides bi-weekly support group facilitation to youth identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender (LGBT), in order to improve wellbeing, increase confidence/self-esteem, increase support networ Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Housing Housing Services MHSA Housing
The BHS division has received MHSA housing funds in January, 2016 for persons with severe mental illness ($640,867) – and allowable uses of these funds will include rental assistance – including house payment subsidies, security deposits, utility deposit
Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras SB82 Funded Sheriff Liaison SB 82 MHSOAC awarded Calaveras a three year grant to provide a crisis support Sheriff Liaison position at the jail facility that reduces the number of encounters between law enforcement and persons in mental health crisis.. In June, 2015 – the Triage case manag Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP FSP provides extensive and specialized case management services for adults who have serious mental illness or children/youth with a severe emotional disorder. Services include assignment of a single point of responsibility case manager, access team with Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Supportive Employment Program CSS Program provides job placement and job coaching to interested mental health consumers. Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified System Development CSS-OESD This refers to staff (case managers, clinicians, administrators) and groups that support the system as a whole. Case management can include supports for clients such as rental subsidies, utility assistance, or meals (to engage a client). Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Staff Training WET Encompasses ongoing individual training for staff offsite (including meals and travel), as well as staff group training, which may be open to and hosted in the community. Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Certificate Program WET The department supports a psychosocial rehabilitation certificate program at Columbia College for consumers, family members, and staff who want to work in mental health field. Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Foster Youth - Mentor Program PEI Foster Youth Mentor Program -with a three-year contract from Behavioral Health Services, the Calaveras County Office of Education is matching foster children or children living with grandparents, in first through twelfth grades, with caring adult mentors. Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Grandparents Program PEI This program is contracted to the Calaveras County Office of Education to provide groups and individual consultation to grandparents and other caregivers raising relatives' children. Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Suicide Prevention Trainings PEI This program is contracted to the Calaveras Office of Education to provide training and education outreach to youth and educators to prevent suicide. Funding also goes toward training and education, participation in community events, and promotional item Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Art Therapy Program PEI The Art Therapy Program contracts to provide art therapy workshops titled Teen Art and Self Discovery and Healing Through Expressive Arts for at-risk youth and adults with mental illness. These workshops utilize a variety of artistic expression that resul Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Youth Mental Health First Aid and Mental Health First Aid Trainings PEI Mental Health First Aid, and Youth Mental Health First Aid Trainings are provided to community residents at no cost to receive an 8 hour education course that provides resources and knowledge to help an individual in crisis connect with appropriate profes Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified PREPaRE and Eliminating Barriers to Learning Trainings PEI Calaveras County Office of Education, with funds from Behavioral Health, provides EBL training to school personnel, giving them tools to identify, recognize, refer, and support students with mental health needs, as well as mental health crisis training. Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Veterans Night PEI Veterans Night - twice a month veterans are meeting informally to socialize and provide support when needed to veterans with stress, trauma and PTSD symptoms. “Veterans Night” was organized by a group of local veterans who are receiving bi-weekly training Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Calaveras Strengthening Families Program PEI Contracted to First 5 Calaveras, this program provides community-based educational services and training for parents, as well as local educators and child care providers. Services include training, parenting seminars, workshops, coaching, counseling and c Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Calaveras Unspecified Anasazi CFTN Anasazi, an electronic medical record and mental health service billing system, was purchased in 2013. Implementation and staff training continues ongoing for the electronic health record system. Website

Susan Sells (209) 754-2810 SSells@co.calaveras.ca.us
Colusa Peer/Family Support Specialists Safe Haven CSS-OESD Safe Haven is a peer supported drop-in center that serves adults and older adults who are in recovery from substance abuse, dealing with mental health issues, and or avoiding isolation. The center provides a number of recovery and resiliency focused group Website

(530) 458-0856
Colusa Peer/Family Support Specialists Wraparound CSS-FSP Wraparound provides intensive wrap around services to children and youth who could benefit from a more integrated approach to services. Wraparound is client and family driven focused on wellness, recovery, and resilience. Staff works with the client to bu Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Peer/Family Support Specialists WET Action Volunteer WET WET Action Volunteer program works in collaboration with vocational services and focuses on wellness, recovery, and resilience by giving consumers an opportunity to build vocational skills that can be used in the workforce. The program provides opportunit Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Peer/Family Support Specialists ASOC-FSP CSS-FSP A “whatever it takes” method of services is provided to consumers of all ages (children, transition age youth, adults, and older adults) who meet specific requirements. Specific requirements include, being at risk of homelessness, psychiatric hospitalizat Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Reducing Disparities Native American Collaboration CSS-OESD Funding is provided for a therapist to address the unmet needs of the Native American Community. The therapist is located at the reservation of the Cachil dehe Wintun Tribe. Services provided are based on the individual needs of the client/family through Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Reducing Disparities Juvenile Forensic Program INN This program, in collaboration with juvenile probation, allows for the use of a therapist who provides support services for mentally ill juvenile offenders while incarcerated and in the community. Services are client and family driven that focus on wellne Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Reducing Disparities Cultura Es Vida Program INN With over 50% of the population in the community identifying as Hispanic/Latino, outreach is provided to build rapport and increase overall collaboration within this underserved population. This is done by identifying staff at Behavioral Health who can pa Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Unspecified CSOC-Outreach and Engagement CSS-OESD CSOC-Outreach and Engagement allows for community collaboration and outreach through Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDT), the use of a therapist, and outreach through community events. The MDT meets monthly and includes representatives from the various county Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Unspecified 2nd Step PEI This program works in collaboration with the Colusa County Office of Education to provide 2nd Step services in various school of the community. 2nd Step works with students in pre-school to third grade, focusing on socially appropriate behaviors between t Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Unspecified Friday Night Live and Club Live PEI Friday Night Live/Club Live (FNL/CL) programs are youth led action groups that meet weekly on high school or Middle School campuses throughout Colusa County. The programs build leadership skills, broaden young people social networks, and implement youth l Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Unspecified ASOC-Training/Internship/Student Loan Repayment WET This program provides incentive to the Department of Behavioral Health staff to not only continue with their education, but to continue with providing services to the Colusa County community. Supervision for registered interns and scholarships funds to as Website

(530) 458-0520
Colusa Unspecified ASOC-Outreach and Engagement CSS-OESD ASOC-Outreach and Engagement allows for community collaboration and outreach through Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDT) and community outreach events. The MDT meets monthly and includes representatives from the various county service departments, in which the Website

(530) 458-0520
Contra Costa Crisis Support Children's Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP The Children’s Full Service Partnership Program is comprised of four elements, 1) personal services coordinators, 2) multi-dimensional family therapy for co-occurring disorders, 3) multi-systemic therapy for juvenile offenders, and 4) county operated chil Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Crisis Support Adult Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Adult Full Service Partnerships provide a full range of services to adults over the age of 18 who are diagnosed with a serious mental illness, are at or below 300% of the federal poverty level, and are uninsured or receive Medi-Cal benefits. Three contrac Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Crisis Support Transition Age Youth (TAY) Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Eligible youth (ages 16-25) are individuals who are diagnosed with a serious emotional disturbance or serious mental illness, and experience one or more of the risk factors of homelessness, co-occurring substance abuse, exposure to trauma, repeated school Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Crisis Support Assisted Outpatient Treatment CSS-FSP In February 2015, the Contra Costa Board of Supervisors passed a resolution authorizing $2.25 million of MHSA funds to be utilized on an annual basis for providing mental health treatment as part of an assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) program. The Coun Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Crisis Support Hope House - Crisis Residential Program CSS-FSP The County contracts with Telecare to operate a recently constructed MHSA financed 16 bed residential facility. This is a voluntary, highly structured treatment program that is intended to support seriously mentally ill adults during a period of crisis an Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Crisis Support Miller Wellness Center CSS - General Systems Development The County has completed construction on a separate building near the Contra Costa Regional Medical Center that houses an assessment and recovery center. This county operated mental health treatment program for both children and adults is co-located with Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Crisis Support Capital Facilities CFTN The County completed an extensive community program planning process related to capital facility outlays and received approval from the State in 2010 to spend up to $4 million for construction of a facility to house an assessment and recovery center (Mill Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Children's Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP The Children’s Full Service Partnership Program is comprised of four elements, 1) personal services coordinators, 2) multi-dimensional family therapy for co-occurring disorders, 3) multi-systemic therapy for juvenile offenders, and 4) county operated chil Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Transition Age Youth (TAY) Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Eligible youth (ages 16-25) are individuals who are diagnosed with a serious emotional disturbance or serious mental illness, and experience one or more of the risk factors of homelessness, co-occurring substance abuse, exposure to trauma, repeated school Website

925-957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Adult Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Adult Full Service Partnerships provide a full range of services to adults over the age of 18 who are diagnosed with a serious mental illness, are at or below 300% of the federal poverty level, and are uninsured or receive Medi-Cal benefits. Three contrac Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Assisted Outpatient Treatment CSS-FSP In February 2015, the Contra Costa Board of Supervisors passed a resolution authorizing $2.25 million of MHSA funds to be utilized on an annual basis for providing mental health treatment as part of an assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) program. The Coun Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness and Recovery Centers CSS-FSP Contra Costa contracts with Recovery Innovations to provide wellness and recovery centers situated in West, Central and East County to ensure the full spectrum of mental health services is available. These centers offer peer-led recovery-oriented, rehabil Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Hope House - Crisis Residential Program CSS-FSP The County contracts with Telecare to operate a recently constructed MHSA financed 16 bed residential facility. This is a voluntary, highly structured treatment program that is intended to support seriously mentally ill adults during a period of crisis an Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Older Adult Mental Health CSS - General Systems Development First implemented in 2008, there are now two programs serving the older adult population over the age of 60, 1) Intensive Care Management, and 2) IMPACT (Improving Mood: Providing Access to Collaborative Treatment). Intensive Care Management consists of t Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Children's Wraparound Support CSS - General Systems Development The County’s Wraparound Program, in which children and their families receive intensive, multi-leveled treatment from the County’s three children’s mental health, were augmented in 2008 by family partners and mental health specialists. Family partners ar Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Miller Wellness Center CSS - General Systems Development The County has completed construction on a separate building near the Contra Costa Regional Medical Center that houses an assessment and recovery center. This county operated mental health treatment program for both children and adults is co-located with Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Liaison Staff CSS - General Systems Development CCBHS partners with primary health care to provide Mental Health Clinical Specialists who assist with mental health treatment planning and transitioning clients appropriate mental health care in the community. In addition, Community Support Worker positio Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Clinic Support CSS - General Systems Development The Community Program Planning Process that supported the 2012-13 MHSA Plan Update recommended adding County positions to supplement clinical staff implementing treatment plans at the three adult clinics and three children’s clinics. These are: 1) 1) Res Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Reducing Risk of developing a serious mental illness PEI This category includes a) providing outreach and engagement to underserved communities, b) supporting at-risk youth, c) supporting healthy parenting skills, d) integrating primary care and mental health care for adults, and e) providing outreach and suppo Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Preventing relapse of individuals in recovery PEI Following the internationally recognized clubhouse model, the Putnam Clubhouse provides peer-based programming for adults throughout Contra Costa County who are in recovery from a serious mental illness. This structured, work focused programming helps in Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Reducing stigma and discrimination PEI The Contra Costa Behavioral Health Services Office for Consumer Empowerment (OCE) provides leadership and staff support to a number of initiatives designed to a) reduce stigma and discrimination, b) develop leadership and advocacy skills among consumers o Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Mental Health and Social Supports for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ) Consumers INN Rainbow Community Center has contracted with the County to continue to develop a behavioral/mental health model to serve youth, TAY and adult consumers who identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender or questioning their sexual identity or Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Trauma Recovery Project INN The County is providing staff to lead trauma recovery groups within the County’s adult mental health clinics for individuals who are both suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and are receiving mental health services for a serious mental il Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness Coaches INN Individuals who have experience as a consumer and/or family member of the mental health system have been trained to provide mental health and health wellness coaching to recipients of integrated health and mental health services within Contra Costa Mental Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Partners in Aging INN Older adults who are frail, homebound and suffer from mental health issues experience higher rates of isolation, psychiatric emergency interventions, and institutionalization that could be prevented. An Innovation Project is being developed that would tr Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Overcoming Transportation Issues INN Contra Costa Behavioral Health Services is seeking approval for this project from the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission in 2016. Transportation challenges provide a constant barrier to accessing mental health services. A comp Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Peer/Family Support Specialists Training and Technical Assistance WET 1)    Various individual and group staff trainings will be funded that support the values of the Mental Health Services Act. As a part of the MHSA community program planning process and training surveys, stakeholders identified the need for training to i Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Children's Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP The Children’s Full Service Partnership Program is comprised of four elements, 1) personal services coordinators, 2) multi-dimensional family therapy for co-occurring disorders, 3) multi-systemic therapy for juvenile offenders, and 4) county operated chil Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Transition Age Youth (TAY) Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Eligible youth (ages 16-25) are individuals who are diagnosed with a serious emotional disturbance or serious mental illness, and experience one or more of the risk factors of homelessness, co-occurring substance abuse, exposure to trauma, repeated school Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Adult Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Adult Full Service Partnerships provide a full range of services to adults over the age of 18 who are diagnosed with a serious mental illness, are at or below 300% of the federal poverty level, and are uninsured or receive Medi-Cal benefits. Three contrac Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Assisted Outpatient Treatment CSS-FSP In February 2015, the Contra Costa Board of Supervisors passed a resolution authorizing $2.25 million of MHSA funds to be utilized on an annual basis for providing mental health treatment as part of an assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) program. The Coun Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Older Adult Mental Health CSS - General Systems Development First implemented in 2008, there are now two programs serving the older adult population over the age of 60, 1) Intensive Care Management, and 2) IMPACT (Improving Mood: Providing Access to Collaborative Treatment). Intensive Care Management consists of t Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Children's Wraparound Support CSS - General Systems Development The County’s Wraparound Program, in which children and their families receive intensive, multi-leveled treatment from the County’s three children’s mental health, were augmented in 2008 by family partners and mental health specialists. Family partners ar Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Reducing risk of developing a serious mental illness PEI This category includes a) providing outreach and engagement to underserved communities, b) supporting at-risk youth, c) supporting healthy parenting skills, d) integrating primary care and mental health care for adults, and e) providing outreach and suppo Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Preventing Suicide PEI There are three plan elements that augment the County’s efforts to reduce the number of suicides in Contra Costa County; a) augmenting the Contra Costa Crisis Center, b) dedicating a clinical specialist to support the County’s adult clinics and psychiatri Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Mental Health and Social Supports for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ) Consumers INN Rainbow Community Center has contracted with the County to continue to develop a behavioral/mental health model to serve youth, TAY and adult consumers who identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender or questioning their sexual identity or Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Women Embracing Life and Learning (WELL) INN This project is a collaboration between Contra Costa Behavioral Health, Public Health Nursing and the Women, Infant and Child (WIC) program. This new pattern of service integrates a coordinated approach to addressing perinatal and post-partum depression Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Partners in Aging INN Older adults who are frail, homebound and suffer from mental health issues experience higher rates of isolation, psychiatric emergency interventions, and institutionalization that could be prevented. An Innovation Project is being developed that would tr Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Training and Technical Assistance WET 1) Various individual and group staff trainings will be funded that support the values of the Mental Health Services Act. As a part of the MHSA community program planning process and training surveys, stakeholders identified the need for training to incr Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Residency Internship Programs WET Contra Costa County supports internship programs which place graduate level students in various county operated and community based organizations. Particular emphasis is put on the recruitment of individuals who are bi-lingual and/or bi-cultural, and ind Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Reducing Disparities Financial Incentive Programs WET The County participates in the state level workforce, education and training funded Mental Health Loan Assumption Program. Administered by the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, this program makes annual payments of up to $10,000 to an Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Housing Children's Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP The Children’s Full Service Partnership Program is comprised of four elements, 1) personal services coordinators, 2) multi-dimensional family therapy for co-occurring disorders, 3) multi-systemic therapy for juvenile offenders, and 4) county operated chil Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Housing Transition Age Youth (TAY) Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Eligible youth (ages 16-25) are individuals who are diagnosed with a serious emotional disturbance or serious mental illness, and experience one or more of the risk factors of homelessness, co-occurring substance abuse, exposure to trauma, repeated school Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Housing Adult Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Adult Full Service Partnerships provide a full range of services to adults over the age of 18 who are diagnosed with a serious mental illness, are at or below 300% of the federal poverty level, and are uninsured or receive Medi-Cal benefits. Three contrac Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Housing MHSA Housing Services CSS-FSP MHSA funded housing services supplements services provided by Contra Costa Behavioral Health Services and the County's Homeless Services Program, and is designed for those low income adults with a serious mental illness or children with a severe emotional Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Housing Assisted Outpatient Treatment CSS-FSP In February 2015, the Contra Costa Board of Supervisors passed a resolution authorizing $2.25 million of MHSA funds to be utilized on an annual basis for providing mental health treatment as part of an assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) program. The Coun Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa SB82 Funded Investment in Mental Health Wellness Act (SB 82) Grant Project SB 82 Contra Costa utilizes the Mental Health Wellness Act (SB-82) funds it was awarded in response to a competitive bid process in 2014 to operate a crisis mobile support team. The emphasis of the mobile crisis support team in the adult system of care has shif Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Adult Mental Health Clinic Support CSS-FSP Contra Costa Mental Health has dedicated clinicians at each of the three adult mental health clinics to provide support, coordination and rapid access for full service partners to health and mental health clinic services as needed and appropriate. Rapid Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Forensic Team CSS - General Systems Development Authorized for Fiscal Year 2011-12 four clinical specialists were funded by MHSA to join a multi-disciplinary team that provides mental health services, alcohol and drug treatment, and housing services to individuals with serious mental illness who are on Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Quality Assurance and Administrative Support CSS - General Systems Development In 2008, the County first added needed positions via MHSA funding to perform various administrative support and quality assurance functions for statutory, regulatory and contractual compliance, as well as management of quality of care protocol. County st Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Administrative support and evaluation of prevention and early intervention PEI A program supervisor and two planner/evaluator positions have been allocated by the County to provide administrative support and evaluation of programs and plan elements that are funded by MHSA. Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Early Intervention PEI The County operated First Hope Program serves youth who are at risk for, or show early signs of psychosis. Referrals are accepted from all parts of the County, and through a comprehensive assessment process young people, ages 12-25, and their families are Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Reluctant to Rescue INN 1)    Community Violence Solutions contracts with the County to provide outreach and engagement to exploited youth who engage in street socialization, commercial sex work or survival sex. Staff adapt their outreach to engaging youth where they are locate Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Recovery through Employment Readiness INN The community program planning process has placed an urgent priority on the County providing pre-vocational and employment services to a large number of mental health consumers who are not currently receiving this service. An analysis indicates that Cont Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Workforce Staffing Support WET Workforce education and training staff are designated to develop and coordinate all aspects of this component. This includes conducting a yearly workforce needs assessment, coordinating education and training activities, acting as an educational and trai Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Mental Health Career Pathway Programs WET Funding is annually allocated to enable a designated Contra Costa County high school to develop and deliver a mental health class curriculum and provide stipend work experiences. By introducing high school students to mental health through this curriculu Website

(925) 957-5150
Contra Costa Unspecified Information Technology CFTN Contra Costa received approval from the State in 2010 to utilize up to $6 million in MHSA funds to develop and implement an electronic mental health record system. The approved project is intended to transform the current paper and location-based system Website

(925) 957-5150
Del Norte Crisis Support Adult Full Service Partnership Programs CSS-FSP Helps identified individuals achieve their desired outcomes through the delivery of individualized, consumer/family-driven mental health services and supports, providing a "whatever it takes" approach to help these individuals move toward recovery and liv Website

Marcus Padilla 707-464-7224 mpadilla@co.del-norte.ca.us
Del Norte Crisis Support Children's System of Care/Wraparound Services CSS-FSP To be implemented - Works with our priority population of children ages 0-15 with serious emotional disturbance at risk of out-of-home placement and/or uninsured at risk of out-of-home placement. Expands the program for better coordination with our count Website

Marcus Padilla 707-464-7224 mpadilla@co.del-norte.ca.us
Del Norte Crisis Support Bridge Team CSS-OESD The Bridge Team will continue to deliver integrated services providing expanded Outreach and Engagement activities and intensive case management for all clients entering our Mental Health system as a consequence of crisis. The Team monitors progress towar Website

Marcus Padilla 707-464-7224 mpadilla@co.del-norte.ca.us
Del Norte Peer/Family Support Specialists Service Center Programs CSS-OESD The Center offers daily activities and supports that allow staff to assist consumers using a wellness focus in an alternative setting. Many consumers have recently returned to the community from long-term care facilities; others are at risk of higher leve Website

Marcus Padilla 707-464-7224 mpadilla@co.del-norte.ca.us
Del Norte Peer/Family Support Specialists Adult Service Center CSS-OESD Provides the foundation to develop independence and achieve goals in stable living, personal and community functioning, education, and employment. Provides education and resources in the areas of social skills, stress management, coping skills, healthy re Website

Marcus Padilla 707-464-7224 mpadilla@co.del-norte.ca.us
Del Norte Peer/Family Support Specialists Strengthening Families PEI The Strengthening Families program will be focused on youth who are at risk of developing low level mental health and behavioral problems that affect the health of the family. This voluntary program is intended for children and youth ages 6-18 and their f Website

Marcus Padilla 707-464-7224 mpadilla@co.del-norte.ca.us
Del Norte Peer/Family Support Specialists Reach for Success PEI The Reach for Success program is voluntary and will be held during school hours to facilitate access and participation for youth where transportation is a barrier. Programs held within tribal organizations or community centers would be in a familiar envir Website

Marcus Padilla 707-464-7224 mpadilla@co.del-norte.ca.us
Del Norte Reducing Disparities TAY Services (Transitional Age Youth) CSS-OESD The priority population for these services is youth ages 16-25 who are seriously emotionally disturbed and severely and persistently mentally ill. Provides the foundation to develop independence and achieve goals in employment, education, stable living, a Website

Marcus Padilla 707-464-7224 mpadilla@co.del-norte.ca.us
Del Norte Reducing Disparities Transition Age Youth Collaboration: Rural Connection for Leadership, Advocacy, and Support INN The priority population for these services is transition age youth (TAY) ages 16-25 who are 1) involved in Public Systems 2) Dropped Out of High School / Enrolled in Community Day School 3) Homeless 4) Living with Disability or Special Need, 5) Transition Website

Marcus Padilla 707-464-7224 mpadilla@co.del-norte.ca.us
El Dorado Crisis Support Community System of Care - Outreach and Engagement Services CSS-OESD Services designed to reach at-risk individuals with serious mental illness who may be homeless, isolated, incarcerated or have co-occurring disorders and provide transportation assistance to current clients to continue engagement. Hours: Daily 8pm to 12 a Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Crisis Support Health Disparities Program - Wennem Wadati - A Native Path to Healing PEI Wennem Wadati - A Native Path to healing that is a culturally specific strategy to outreach to the Native American population. A Native Path to healing uses a combination of early intervention strategies and traditional cultural teachings to engage and s Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Peer/Family Support Specialists Youth and Family Strengthening Program - Youth and Family Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Children's FSP services are typically but not exclusively available to youth in grades K through 6 who are at risk of out-of-home foster-care placement or higher level of placement. These services may include outreach, engagement and treatment services as Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Peer/Family Support Specialists Youth and Family Strengthening Program - Foster Care Enhanced Services CSS-FSP Provide assessment and Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) and Intensive Home-Based Services (IHBS) for qualifying children in the foster care system through the development of a treatment plan that provides for the full spectrum of community services that Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness and Recovery Services - Wellness Centers CSS-OESD Wellness Center activities provide a range of services including but not limited to medication, case-management, and evidence-based practice interventions offered both onsite and in community-based settings. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness Outreach Program for Vulnerable Adults - Senior Peer Counseling PEI Senior Peer Counseling volunteers evaluate the needs of older adults through free confidential individual peer counseling and assist with linkage to community resources, including Mental Health evaluation and treatment. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness Outreach Program for Vulnerable Adults - Wellness Outreach Ambassadors and Linkage to Wellness PEI This program provides screening and service linkage to adults who may not meet eligibility for or require specialty mental health services but who are deemed "at-risk" of needing such services and who can potentially benefit from services offered in the W Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Reducing Disparities Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Services - TAY Engagement, Wellness and Recovery Services CSS-FSP & OESD Provide services to meet the unique needs of transitional age youth and encourage continued participation in mental health services. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Reducing Disparities Health Disparities Program - Wennem Wadati - A Native Path to Healing PEI Wennem Wadati - A Native Path to healing that is a culturally specific strategy to outreach to the Native American population. A Native Path to healing uses a combination of early intervention strategies and traditional cultural teachings to engage and Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Reducing Disparities Health Disparities Program - Latino Outreach PEI This program addresses isolation in the Latino adult population and peer and family problems in the youth population as community issues resulting from unmet needs by contributing to system of care designed to engage Latino families and provide greater ac Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Reducing Disparities Wellness Outreach Program for Vulnerable Adults - Senior Peer Counseling PEI Senior Peer Counseling volunteers evaluate the needs of older adults through free confidential individual peer counseling and assist with linkage to community resources, including Mental Health evaluation and treatment. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Reducing Disparities Wellness Outreach Program for Vulnerable Adults - Older Adults Program PEI This project focuses on depression among older adults and the community issues of isolation and the inability to manage independence that can result from unmet mental health needs. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Housing Housing CSS Long term supported housing (five units on the West Slope) at Trailside Terrace, Shingle Springs, CA. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Housing Housing CSS Long term supported housing (six units on the East Slope) at The Aspens at South Lake, South Lake Tahoe. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Housing Housing CSS Local Housing Assistance funds will provide housing assistance to those with a serious mental illness who are homeless or soon-to-be-homeless, and include costs such as rental assistance, security deposits, utility deposits, other move-in costs, and/or mo Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Housing Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Services - TAY Engagement, Wellness and Recovery Services CSS-FSP & OESD Provide services to meet the unique needs of transitional age youth and encourage continued participation in mental health services. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Housing Wellness and Recovery Services - Adult Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Adult FSP is implemented to assist adults with severe mental illness, by providing supports and services needed to facilitate recovery and progress toward independent living. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Wellness and Recovery Services - Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) CSS-FSP AOT provides for limited term, court-ordered outpatient mental health treatment for those individuals meeting the criteria set forth by the law. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community System of Care - Community-Based Mental Health Services (Partner program to PEI Community-Based Mental Health Services) CSS-OESD Provide assessments and specialty mental health services in local communities. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community System of Care - Resource Management Services CSS-OESD Develop key relationships and build access to resources for consumers and families served (health care, housing, vocational, educational, benefits and substance abuse treatment), while also providing program evaluation and quality improvement oversight fo Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Youth and Children's Services - Children 0-5 and Their Families PEI To provide early prevention and intervention services to children age 0-5 and their families using a plan of care developed by service provider as appropriate to address the family's specific needs and goals. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Youth and Children's Services - Mentoring for 3-5 Year Olds by Adults and Older Adults PEI To recruit, screen and train adults and older adults to mentor at-risk, unserved and underserved children between the ages of 3-5 at different child development sites. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Youth and Children's Services - Parenting Skills PEI Parenting classes are programs that offer parenting-skills classes to promote emotional and social capability, and reduce and treat behavioral and emotional problems in children ages two to twelve. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Youth and Children's Services - Primary Intervention Project (PIP) PEI PIP is a school-based program that provides screening to identify children experiencing classroom difficulties and provide services that foster resilience and mental health. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Youth and Children's Services - Prevention and Early Intervention for Youth in Schools PEI Provides professional and para-professional staff on school campuses to improve youth mental health and address social and familial variations and stressors. This is a pilot program through June 30, 2016 at selected middle schools, high schools and alter Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Youth and Children's Services - The Nurtured Heart Approach PEI Provide training to parents and caregivers of children and youth who are having difficulties with behaviors at school and/or at home. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community Education Project - Mental Health First Aid PEI Mental Health First Aid introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems, builds understanding of their impact, and provides an overview of common treatments, using the curriculum developed by Mental Health First Aid, wh Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community Education Project - Parents, Families, Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Community Education PEI Parents, Families, Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) provides outreach, education and training to mental health providers and interested community members. PFLAG will broaden its target audience to network with various community-based service organiza Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community Education Project - Community Information Access PEI The Community Access Site (CAS) is a free, web-based community education and information resource center for consumers of mental health services, family members and community stakeholders. Included on this site is a comprehensive library of interactive o Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community Education Project - Suicide Prevention and Stigma Reduction PEI Provide outreach to all ages countywide to reduce suicide, increase awareness and access to services, identify how and when to access mental health services, and reduce stigma. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community Education Project - Foster Care Continuum Training PEI Improve the ability of foster parents, parents/guardians, foster family agency staff and county staff to identify mental health risk factors and to address negative behaviors early to improve placement stability of foster children and youth. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community Education Project - Community Outreach and Resources PEI Provide printed information related to mental health, available services and supports, reference materials and resources to educate the public about what mental health services are available and where to obtain services. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community Education Project - Statewide PEI Projects PEI Provides a mechanism at the Statewide level for counties to collectively address issues of suicide prevention, student mental health, and stigma and discrimination reduction. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Wellness Outreach Program for Vulnerable Adults - Wellness Outreach Ambassadors and Linkage to Wellness PEI This program provides screening and service linkage to adults who may not meet eligibility for or require specialty mental health services but who are deemed "at-risk" of needing such services and who can potentially benefit from services offered in the W Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community-Based Services - Community-Based Mental Health Services PEI Clinical staff will visit and engage community members in their local environment to educate them about mental wellness and mental health services available. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Community-Based Services - Community Health Outreach Worker PEI This project will provide a point of contact for general mental health information coordination and community resources to increase awareness of mental health issues and service providers. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Workforce Education and Training (WET) Coordinator WET Coordinate WET programs and activities and serve as the liaison to the State. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Workforce Development WET Workforce development provides resources necessary for training programs and activities to ensure the delivery of recovery oriented, culturally competent consumer driven services. E-learning technology is used to provide credentialed courses for licensed Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Consumer Leadership Academy WET The Consumer Leadership Academy provides educational opportunities to inform and empower consumers to become involved in meaningful participation in the public mental health system through peer supportive skills training, job skills training and training Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Crisis Intervention Team Training WET Training workshops designed to improve the way law enforcement and the community respond to people experiencing mental health crises. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Electronic Health Records System Implementation - Avatar Clinical Workstation CFTN The Electronic Health Records (EHR) system implementation will allow for the secure, reliable and immediate sharing of information across a secure and reliable environment and enhance communication between treating health care professionals. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Electronic Health Records System Implementation - Electronic Outcome Measurement Tools CFTN Electronic Outcome Measurement Tools will facilitate the treatment planning and track client treatment progress. These tools will measure and accurately score client needs resulting in more appropriate treatment recommendations and improved outcomes. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
El Dorado Unspecified Telehealth (formerly Telemedicine) CFTN Telepsychiatry and videoconferencing services provide an effective and efficient way of serving mental health consumers, family members and community partners in rural unserved/underserved areas of the County. Website

Doris Jones (530) 621-6340 MHSA Program Coordinator
Fresno Crisis Support Children and Youth - Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) CSS-FSP The ACT team, a Full Service Partnership, provides a wide range of mental health and rehabilitation services to youth aged 10-18 and their families, including individual and family therapy, case management, substance abuse, educational and vocational sup Website

EMQ Families First
1630 E. Shaw Ave Ste.150 Fresno, CA 93710
(559) 248-8550 M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Fresno Crisis Support Children's Full Service Partnership - Bright Beginnings CSS-FSP Mental health and community support services including intensive case management, crisis intervention, evidence based treatment, and in home therapeutic services to children ages 0-10 and their families. Website

EMQ Families First
1630 E. Shaw Ave Ste.150 Fresno, CA 93710
(559) 248-8550 M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Fresno Crisis Support Children's Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Mental health and community support services including intensive case management, crisis intervention, evidence based treatment, and in home therapeutic services to children ages 0-10 and their families. Website

Comprehensive Youth Services
4545 N. West Ave. Fresno, CA 93705
(559) 229-3561
Fresno Crisis Support Children's Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Mental health and community support services including intensive case management, crisis intervention, evidence based treatment, and in home therapeutic services to children ages 0-10 and their families. Website

Exceptional Parents Unlimited
4440 N. First Fresno, CA 93726
(559) 229-2000 Ext. 138
Fresno Crisis Support Co-occurring Disorders Program - FSP CSS-FSP Full Service Partnership program that provides/coordinates mental health services, housing, and substance abuse treatment for seriously and persistently mentally ill adults and older adults; also provides 3 substance abuse residential beds. Website

Mental Health Systems, Inc.
2550 West Clinton Avenue
Building A, Suite B Fresno, CA 93705
Carrie Smithson, Fresno IMPACT Program Director csmithson@mh
Fresno Crisis Support Vista FSP CSS-FSP Full Service Partnership program that provides mental health services that may include personal service coordination, medications, housing through treatment plan for seriously and persistently mentally ill adults. Website

Turning Point of Central California, Inc. 258 N. Blackstone Ave. Fresno, CA 93701
Fresno Crisis Support Transition Age Youth Mental Health Services and Support FSP CSS Provide Full Service Partnership mental health services and supports to transitional age youth (TAY). Website

Turning Point of Central California
83 E. Shaw, #102 Fresno, CA 93710
M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. After hou
Fresno Crisis Support Rural Services CSS Contract includes Full Service Partnership Program, Intensive Case Management Program, and Outpatient Program that are in rural Fresno County (Sanger, Reedley, Pinedale, Selma, Kerman and Coalinga) that provides mental health services that may include per Website

Turning Point of Central California Pinedale Clinic:
40 E. Minarets, Fresno, CA 93650 Reedley Clinic:
1131 I Street,
Fresno Crisis Support Crisis Stabilization Unit (Voluntary Services) CSS Crisis stabilization services for adults and youth. Website

Exodus Recovery, Inc. 4411 E. Kings Canyon Rd. Fresno, CA 93702
Fresno Crisis Support Supportive Overnight Stay CSS This program will provide 24 hours / 7 days a week over night stay services to include holidays for mental health consumers who present at local hospital Emergency Departments (ED). Contractor provides services in Fresno County at Community Regional M Website

West care
2772 S. Martin Luther King Blvd. Fresno, CA 93706
(559) 512-6802 x20507
Fresno Crisis Support Urgent Care Wellness Center CSS Urgent care services for up to 90 days, services include but are not limited to, crisis evaluation, crisis intervention, medications, individual/group therapy, and linkage to other appropriate services. Program expanded to include evening hours and Saturd Website

Department of Behavioral Health
4441 E. Kings Canyon Rd. Fresno, CA 93702
Fresno Crisis Support Functional Family Therapy Program (FFT) PEI Functional Family Therapy (FFT) is a twelve-week (minimum), mental health intervention service for families. Therapy is provided to the family unit of consumers aged 11-18 years who have disruptive behaviors, family conflict, and/or risk of involvement in Website

Comprehensive Youth Services
4545 N. West Ave Fresno, CA 93705
(559) 229-3561 M-F 8:00
Fresno Crisis Support First Onset PEI The First Onset Team (FOT) is a multi-disciplinary team consisting of a psychiatrist, clinicians, case managers and peer support staff.  A wide range of services is provided that includes such services as medication management, individual, family collater Website

Department of Behavioral Health, MHSA
4441 E Kings Canyon Road Fresno, CA 93703
Fresno Crisis Support Adolescent Co-Occurring Treatment Program PEI Adolescent Outpatient services, co-occurring mental health and substance use disorder treatment program located at 3133 N. Millbrook Ave, Fresno, CA 93703. Services include individual and group therapy sessions. Website

Eminence Healthcare, Inc. at the Heritage Center 3133 N. Millbrook Ave Fresno, CA 93703,
Fresno Crisis Support Children's Substance Abuse Services PEI Substance Abuse (drug/Alcohol) Outpatient Prevention and education services to Children (ages 17 and younger) of Clients in Sub. Abuse treatment programs. Website

Comprehensive Addiction Programs, Inc. (CAP)
2445 W. Whites Bridge Ave. Fresno, CA 93706
559-264-5096
Central California Recovery, Inc.(CCR)
1100 W Shaw Ave., Ste. #1
Fresno Crisis Support Crisis Field Clinician (Crisis and Acute Care Program) PEI Prevention & Early Intervention Crisis Field Clinician (LCSW) serves as active liaison with law enforcement in the County to provide training, outreach, and direct field response to mentally ill consumers in the community. 5150's and recurrent calls to Website

Department of Behavioral Health, MHSA
3133 North Millbrook Fresno, CA 93703
Fresno Crisis Support Integrated Discharge Team INN The Integrated Discharge Team (IDT) is a multi-disciplinary team consisting of clinicians, case managers, peer support, and related support staff tasked with addressing effective discharge planning for clients admitted to short term stays at inpatient ps Website

Department of Behavioral Health
3133 North Millbrook Fresno, CA 93703
Rita Mehia
Fresno Crisis Support AB 109 Full Service Partnerships, Outpatient Services, Substance Abuse Services INN
AB 109
Successful Integration back to the Community from State Jails

Full Service Partnership (FSP) Services (Funded and Managed by MHSA)

Substance Abuse/Use Services (SAS) and Outpatient (OP) S
Website

Turning Point of Central California
3636 N. First Street, Suite 160 Fresno, CA 93726
(559) 221-1107
Fresno Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Support Specialists CSS-PEI Work plan that funds 10 Full time permanent Peer Support Specialists Positions throughout the Department of Behavioral Health Website

Department of Behavioral Health
3133 North Millbrook Fresno, CA 93703
Karen Markland
Fresno Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Advocate CSS Family advocacy services; advises family members/caregivers of available community resources and public assistance programs; acts as liaison between community resources, public assistance programs, support groups and various organizations and the family. Website

Family Advocacy
Kristi Williams, Advocate
Department of Behavioral Health
3133 North Millbrook
Fresno Peer/Family Support Specialists Blue Sky Youth Wellness Center PEI Prevention and early intervention peer centered wellness and recovery focused activities. Website

Blue Sky Wellness Center
1617 E. Saginaw, #108 Fresno, CA 93704
(559) 230-2501 M-F 8:00 a.m. to
Fresno Peer/Family Support Specialists Blue Sky Youth Empowerment Centers PEI Prevention and early intervention , wellness and recovery activities including education, socialization, life skills training and other peer and family support activities. Youth empowerment mini centers for children and youth and TAY. Website

Kings View Corporation
4910 E. Ashlan Ave.Ste.118 Fresno CA 93726 Phone: (559) 256-4474
Fresno Reducing Disparities Consumer/Family Advocate CSS Mental health consumer and family advocacy services to unserved and underserved populations, consumers and families. Website

Centro La Familia 302 Fresno St., #102 Fresno, CA 93706
Fresno Reducing Disparities Cultural/Linguistic Mental Health Services: Living Well Program CSS Culturally competent and linguistically accessible outpatient specialty mental health services for SEA adults. The Living Well Program also provides clinical training and oversight for students to obtain required hours for licensure, thereby increasing Website

Fresno Center for New Americans
4879 E. Kings Canyon Fresno, CA 93727
M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Dr. Leng Mouanoutoua
Fresno Reducing Disparities Cultural-Based Access-Navigation Specialist Project (CBANS) PEI Prevention & Early Intervention Evidence Based Practice/Program similar to the "Promotores/community health workers " model. Program will consist of Community Health Workers and Peer Support Specialists - providing advocacy, liaison between the mental h Website

Fresno American Indian Health Project
1551 E. Shaw Ave., Ste. 139 Fresno, CA 93710 (559) 320-0
Fresno Reducing Disparities Cultural-Based Access-Navigation Specialist Project (CBANS) PEI Prevention & Early Intervention Evidence Based Practice/Program similar to the "Promotores/community health workers " model. Program will consist of Community Health Workers and Peer Support Specialists - providing advocacy, liaison between the mental h Website

Centro La Familia Advocacy
302 Fresno St., Ste.102 Fresno, CA 93706 (559) 237-2961
Fresno Reducing Disparities Cultural-Based Access-Navigation Specialist Project (CBANS) PEI Prevention & Early Intervention Evidence Based Practice/Program similar to the "Promotores/community health workers " model. Program will consist of Community Health Workers and Peer Support Specialists - providing advocacy, liaison between the mental h Website

Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries 1940 N. Fresno Street Fresno, CA 93703
Fresno Reducing Disparities Cultural-Based Access-Navigation Specialist Project (CBANS) PEI Prevention & Early Intervention Evidence Based Practice/Program similar to the "Promotores/community health workers " model. Program will consist of Community Health Workers and Peer Support Specialists - providing advocacy, liaison between the mental h Website

West Fresno
Family Resource Center
302 Fresno Street, Ste. 205 Fresno, CA 93706
Fresno Reducing Disparities Cultural-Based Access-Navigation Specialist Project (CBANS) PEI Prevention & Early Intervention Evidence Based Practice/Program similar to the "Promotores/community health workers " model. Program will consist of Community Health Workers and Peer Support Specialists - providing advocacy, liaison between the mental h Website

Kings View Corporation
1206 'G' Street, Ste.102 Fresno, CA 93706 (559)
Fresno Reducing Disparities (Master Agmt) Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries (FIRM), Fresno Center for New Americans (FCNA), and Sarbat Bhala, Inc PEI PEI program to provide/enhance horticulture-based community sites (community gardens) to serve as neighborhood resource centers for the delivery of mental health planning and early intervention activities specifically designed to address community mental Website

FIRM, INC. 1940 N. Fresno Street Fresno, CA 93703
Fresno Reducing Disparities Holistic Cultural Education and Wellness Center INN The Holistic Cultural Education and Wellness Center will provide an innovative approach in addressing mental health/behavioral health related issues for underserved and un-served clients who may typically not seek traditional (Western clinically based) me Website


Fresno Center for New Americans 4879 E. Kings Canyon Road Fresno, CA 93727
Fresno Housing Housing CSS Permanent supportive housing offering MHSA eligible tenants studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments within a safe, healthy living environment. Renaissance at Trinity provides 15 MHSA one bedroom units for chronically homeless persons. The Parc Grove develop Website

Department of Behavioral Health, MHSA
3133 North Millbrook Fresno, CA 93703
Duke Ramshaw, Staff Analyst
Fresno SB82 Funded SB 82 Rural Triage Services SB 82 Rural Mental Health Triage Services provided in East and West rural Fresno County cities. Services may include, but not limited to: assessment, crisis intervention, community referrals and linkages, and short-term/brief case management. Services may inclu Website

Kings View Corporation
SB 82 Rural Triage Program
4910 E Ashlan Ave, Ste. 118 Fresno, CA 93726 Phone: (559
Fresno Unspecified School Based Team K-12th Grade PEI Evidence Based Practice mental health prevention & early intervention three tier program within the schools to provide for positive behavioral supports. Website

Fresno County Office of Education
1111 Van Ness Fresno, CA 93721 (559) 265-3000
Fresno Unspecified Perinatal Program PEI The Perinatal program provides outpatient mental health services to pregnant & postpartum teens, adults and infants. Short term mental health includes outreach, early mental health identification through screening, assessment, and referrals to treatment Website

West Fresno Regional Center at Edison Plaza
142 E. California Fresno, CA 93706
(559) 600-1033
Fresno Unspecified Integration of Mental Health Services at Community Primary Care Clinics PEI Mental health prevention and early intervention services in primary care settings as part of an effort to integrate mental health and physical health care services. Services include mental health screening, assessment, and short-term therapeutic treatmen Website

United Health Centers of the San Joaquin Valley, Inc.
650 S. Zediker Parlier, CA 93648
Fresno Unspecified Older Adult Team CSS Metropolitan and rural services for older adult consumers. Staff partner with primary care physicians and APS for outreach and engagement of services to seniors. Website

Department of Behavioral Health
2025 E. Dakota 2nd Floor Fresno, CA 93726
Fresno Unspecified Department of Rehabilitation Match CSS Funds are used to match the DOR grant in order to provide vocational rehabilitation services to persons with severe and persistent mental disabilities. Website

Department of Behavioral Health 4447 E. Kings Canyon Rd. Fresno, CA 93703 (559) 600-4673 M-F 8:00am to 5:00pm
Fresno Unspecified ACT Conservators CSS ACT is an evidence based practice that originated in community psychiatry and serviced people who were in institutions. It is team based, field based, client driven service that includes all life domains with a “whatever it takes approach.”. Website

Department of Behavioral Health Sandy Medina, Clinical Supervisor 2085 E. Dakota Ave.
Fresno Unspecified Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) Program CSS PATH program serves as a front door for clients into continuum of care services and mainstream mental health, primary health care and substance abuse service systems. Website

Kings View Corporation
PATH Program
4910 E Ashlan Ave, Ste. 118 Fresno, CA 93726 Phone: (559) 256-4474 ext. 400
Fresno Unspecified Supervised Child Care Services CSS Provides temporary, on-site child care to support DBH clients' ability to receive County mental health services. Website

Reading and Beyond
4670 E. Butler Ave. Fresno, CA 93702 Phone: (559) 283-6687
Fresno Unspecified Children and Youth-School-Based Program (Metro) CSS Outpatient mental health services on school sites which includes individual, family, and group therapy, case management and collateral services. Designed to improve and expand mental health services and supports for youth, K-12 grade (ages 4-18) with seri Website

Department of Behavioral Health
3133 North Millbrook Fresno, CA 93703 (559) 600
Fresno Unspecified Children and Youth-School-Based Program (Rural) CSS Outpatient mental health services on/off school sites which includes individual, family, and case management and collateral services provided in the rural communities. Website

Department of Behavioral Health
3133 North Millbrook Fresno, CA 93703
(559) 600-7500
Glenn Crisis Support MHSA CSS Comprehensive Service Plan CSS-OESD & FSP Encompasses all ages children aged 0-17 through older adults 60+, all genders and all ages/ethnicities. Includes comprehensive assessment services; wellness and recovery action planning (WRAP); case management services; individual and group mental health Website

Roxann Baillergeon rbaillergeon@glenncountyhealth.net (530)934-6582
Glenn Crisis Support SMART INN Innovation Project-System-wide Mental Health Assessment and Response Treatment Team (SMART). The System-wide Mental Health Assessment and Response Treatment Team (SMART) is a collaborative multi-agency team that responds quickly and efficiently to critica Website

Roxann Baillergeon rbaillergeon@glenncountyhealth.net (530)934-6582
Glenn Peer/Family Support Specialists MHSA CSS Comprehensive Service Plan CSS-OESD & FSP Encompasses all ages children aged 0-17 through older adults 60+, all genders and all ages/ethnicities. Includes comprehensive assessment services; wellness and recovery action planning (WRAP); case management services; individual and group mental health Website

Roxann Baillergeon rbaillergeon@glenncountyhealth.net (530)934-6582
Glenn Peer/Family Support Specialists Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) PEI Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is an evidence-based practice which utilizes a specially equipped treatment room to train parents in parenting and behavioral management skills. PCIT provides families with very direct and individualized parenting Website

Cheri Berge (530) 934-6582 cberge@glenncountyhealth.net
Glenn Reducing Disparities MHSA CSS Comprehensive Service Plan CSS-OESD & FSP Encompasses all ages children aged 0-17 through older adults 60+, all genders and all ages/ethnicities. Includes comprehensive assessment services; wellness and recovery action planning (WRAP); case management services; individual and group mental health Website

Roxann Baillergeon rbaillergeon@glenncountyhealth.net (530)934-6582
Glenn Reducing Disparities Welcoming (Warm) Line PEI The Welcome Line is designed to improve access to unserved and underserved community members by immediately connecting the caller to an individual who is knowledgeable about resources within the community, and is willing to listen to the caller and determ Website

Roxann Baillergeon rbaillergeon@glenncountyhealth.net (530)934-6582
Glenn Reducing Disparities Transportation Services PEI Transportation Services to help clients to access services, promote health and wellness, and provide outreach services. These transportation outreach services link clients to needed community services, including mental health, health, substance abuse tre Website

Roxann Baillergeon rbaillergeon@glenncountyhealth.net (530)934-6582
Glenn Reducing Disparities Suicide Prevention PEI Suicide Prevention Program works to provide a number of suicide prevention activities in the county. These activities include training of staff and first responders to recognize the warning signs of suicidal behavior; developing and disseminating techniq Website

Roxann Baillergeon and Cindy Ross (530) 934-6582 rbaillergeon@glenncountyhealth.net or cross@glenncountyhealth.net
Glenn Housing MHSA CSS Comprehensive Service Plan CSS-OESD & FSP Encompasses all ages children aged 0-17 through older adults 60+, all genders and all ages/ethnicities. Includes comprehensive assessment services; wellness and recovery action planning (WRAP); case management services; individual and group mental health Website

Roxann Baillergeon rbaillergeon@glenncountyhealth.net (530)934-6582
Glenn Unspecified See It, Speak It, Change It PEI In addition, we offer a Bullying Prevention program called “See It, Speak It, Change It.” Bullying was identified as a significant issue in our community by youth, schools, and our adult clients, who experienced bullying as children and as adults. This Website

Cindy Ross (530) 934-6582 cross@glenncountyhealth.net
Humboldt Peer/Family Support Specialists The Hope Center PEI Provides a safe, welcoming environment based on recovery self-help principles and the resources for people with mental health challenges to be self-sufficient. Center is client run and includes peer-to-peer education and support, system navigation, and li Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Peer/Family Support Specialists Rural Outreach Services Enterprise (ROSE) CSS-OESD Provides mobile access to services with efforts focused on reducing cultural and ethnic barriers that tend to exist in more traditional mental health settings. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Peer/Family Support Specialists Stigma and Discrimination Reduction PEI Provides training and social marketing projects to educate the community and decrease the discrimination people with mental health challenges often face. The program includes activities that promote a community where people affected by mental health chall Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Peer/Family Support Specialists Transition Age Youth (TAY 16-25 years old) Partnership PEI Training increases transition age youth leadership and advocacy and culturally appropriate early intervention services for transition age youth with mental health challenges. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Peer/Family Support Specialists Rapid Re-Housing INN This Rapid Re-Housing Project uses the "Housing First" approach to provide housing, peer support and supportive services for individuals with a diagnosis of severe mental illness who are homeless. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Peer/Family Support Specialists Suicide Prevention PEI Training and social marketing projects increase awareness of suicide risk and protective factors and provide suicide prevention trainings and resources. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Reducing Disparities Rural Outreach Services Enterprise (ROSE) CSS-OESD Provides mobile access to services with efforts focused on reducing cultural and ethnic barriers that tend to exist in more traditional mental health settings. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Reducing Disparities Stigma and Discrimination Reduction PEI Provides training and social marketing projects to educate the community and decrease the discrimination people with mental health challenges often face. The program includes activities that promote a community where people affected by mental health chall Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Reducing Disparities Transition Age Youth (TAY 16-25 years old) Partnership PEI Training increases transition age youth leadership and advocacy and culturally appropriate early intervention services for transition age youth with mental health challenges. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Housing Rapid Re-Housing INN This Rapid Re-Housing Project uses the "Housing First" approach to provide housing, peer support and supportive services for individuals with a diagnosis of severe mental illness who are homeless. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Unspecified Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP/OESD Provides intensive community services and supports (e.g., housing, medical, educational, social, vocational, rehabilitative, alcohol and other drug treatment and other needed community services) as defined by the partner to decrease hospitalization and ac Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Unspecified Older Adults and Dependent Adults Program Expansion CSS-OESD Provides intensive community services and supports (e.g., housing, medical, educational, social, vocational, rehabilitative, alcohol and other drug treatment and other needed community services) as defined by the partner to decrease hospitalization and ac Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Unspecified Outpatient Medication Services Expansion CSS-OESD Provides medication support to people with a serious mental illness residing in remote rural areas. Delivery via video conferencing equipment. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Unspecified Suicide Prevention PEI Training and social marketing projects increase awareness of suicide risk and protective factors and provide suicide prevention trainings and resources. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Unspecified Specialized Training WET Provides specialized training in evidence-based practices and full-service partnerships for service delivery staff. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Unspecified Support to Peer Volunteers and Staff WET Increases participation of individuals with experience as mental health clients and family members in mental health service delivery. Website

(707) 268-2990
Humboldt Unspecified Multi-Tiered System of Support PEI This Plan engages and trains school personnel in ways to recognize and respond effectively to early signs of potentially severe and disabling mental illness or serious emotional disturbance. Website

(707) 268-2990
Imperial Crisis Support Transitional Engagement Supportive Services (TESS) - Outreach and Engagement CSS-OE The Transitional Engagement Supportive Services (TESS) Program provides outreach and engagement activities to unserved and underserved Seriously Emotional Disturbed (SED) and Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) adult individuals. The TESS Program targets individ
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Maria Ruiz
MariaRuiz@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1541
Imperial Reducing Disparities Youth and Young Adult Services Full Service Partnership Program CSS-FSP The Youth and Young Adult Services Full Service Partnership (YAYA-FSP) Program consists of a full range of integrated community services and supports for youth and young adults, ages 12 to 25, including direct delivery and use of community resources. Thes
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Cindy Guz
CindyGuz@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1965
Imperial Reducing Disparities Adult and Older Adult Services Full Service Partnership Program CSS-FSP The Adult and Older Adult Services Full Service Partnership (Adult-FSP) Program is consumer-driven, community focused, and promotes recovery and resiliency. The Adult-FSP Program provides a “whatever it takes” approach to ensure that all consumers receive
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Francisco Ortiz
FranciscoOrtiz@co.imperial.ca.us
760-482-2144
Imperial Reducing Disparities Resource Center CSS-OESD The main focus of the Resource Center Program (RCP) is to provide engagement and education, and promote wellness, recovery, and self-sufficiency. Program staff serve the unserved and underserved adults and older adults, ages 26 and older, who are Severely
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Francisco Ortiz
FranciscoOrtiz@co.imperial.ca.us
760-482-2144
Imperial Reducing Disparities Transitional Engagement Supportive Services (TESS) - Outreach and Engagement CSS-OE The Transitional Engagement Supportive Services (TESS) Program provides outreach and engagement activities to unserved and underserved Seriously Emotional Disturbed (SED) and Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) adult individuals. The TESS Program targets individ
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Maria Ruiz
MariaRuiz@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1541
Imperial Reducing Disparities Community Outreach and Engagement CSS-OESD The Outreach and Engagement Program provides outreach and engagement services to unserved seriously emotionally disturbed and seriously mentally ill individuals in the neighborhoods where they reside, including those who are homeless, in order to reduce t
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Sarah Moore
SarahMoore@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1560
Imperial Reducing Disparities Trauma- Focused CBT Program PEI The TF-CBT Program utilizes Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as the intervention to treat children and adolescents, ages 4 to 18, who have been exposed to a traumatic experience. This therapy model is being implemented as an early intervention
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Leticia Plancarte
LetyPlancarte@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1696
Imperial Unspecified Innovation INN The Innovation Plan consists of developing and establishing a unique type of collaborative relationship between behavioral health and education that can be replicated and expanded to other school districts county-wide. This unique collaborative will be de
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Leticia Plancarte
LetyPlancarte@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1696
Imperial Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance Action 1 : Evidence-Based and Promising Practices Trainings WET This action provides for several training and consultation opportunities, including: 1)Aggression Replacement Training (ART) Agency Trainer Training; 2) Juvenile Offender Training; 3) PIER Model Training; 4) Depression Treatment Quality Improvement (DTQI)
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Andrea Kuhlen
AndreaKuhlen@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1602
Imperial Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance Action 3 - Clinical Practicum Supervision WET
This action is a collaborative effort between a local university, a federally qualified health center (FQHC), and Imperial County to assist MFT students moving forward in their careers by providing opportunities to obtain practicum hours on a volunteer

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Andrea Kuhlen
AndreaKuhlen@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1602
Imperial Unspecified Technology - Care Connect/Order Connect CFTN The Order Connect / Care Connect project provides a secure way to exchange clinical and administrative information between and among providers in the care of a consumer. Order Connect allows doctors to submit prescriptions to pharmacies and lab requests t
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Andrea Kuhlen
AndreaKuhlen@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1602
Imperial Unspecified Technology - ConsumerConnect CFTN The Client and Family Empowerment project will provide MyHealthPointe which is a consumer portal that aims to increase client and family member empowerment and engagement by providing tools for secure access to the electronic health and wellness informati
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Andrea Kuhlen
AndreaKuhlen@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1602
Imperial Unspecified Technology - Document Imaging/Signature Capture CFTN This Other Technological Need Projects that support MHSA operations project will provide document imaging which facilitates the electronic collection, transformation, management, delivery, and ongoing access to information as well as signature capture to
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Andrea Kuhlen
AndreaKuhlen@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1602
Imperial Unspecified Technology - ITEMS CFTN This Other Technological Need Projects that support MHSA operations project will replace out-of-date equipment with more effective and more reliable technology, standardize the PC operating systems and business applications, and install data back-up repos
Website

Andrea Kuhlen
AndreaKuhlen@co.imperial.ca.us
442-265-1602
Inyo Crisis Support 4 Crisis Beds at Progress House CSS-OESD Local residential program Progress House has four beds designated for crisis respite care and transitional care for high-risk, high-need clients. Helps de-escalate the situation and keep clients in the community while preventing inpatient hospitalizations Website

Gail Zwier or Anita Richardson (760) 873-6533
Inyo Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness Centers in Bishop and Lone Pine CSS-OESD Two wellness centers offer a warm welcoming environment for adults and older adults, providing support from our staff, as well as from each other. The Bishop Wellness Center is centrally located and close to where many consumers live. Activities include c Website

Cynthia Mattovich (760) 873-8039
Inyo Peer/Family Support Specialists Wraparound Program CSS Work collaboratively with Social Services and Juvenile Probation to provide wraparound services to families with youth at risk of placement. Website

Gail Zwier (760) 873-6533
Inyo Peer/Family Support Specialists Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Community Collaboration PEI Intensive parent-training program for families with hyperactive, defiant, and/or oppositional children; families with parents who have limited parenting skills; and families who have experienced domestic violence and/or child abuse. Program has been adapt Website

Pamela Blackwell (760) 873-6533
Inyo Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnership Program CSS-FSP Serves children, transition age youth, adults, and older adults. Provides the additional support needed to remain in the community and thrive. A nurse meet the needs of older adults, enabling us to coordinate physical with mental health care to help elder Website

Cynthia Mattovich (760) 873-8039
Inyo Reducing Disparities Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Community Collaboration PEI Intensive parent-training program for families with hyperactive, defiant, and/or oppositional children; families with parents who have limited parenting skills; and families who have experienced domestic violence and/or child abuse. Program has been adapt Website

Pamela Blackwell (760) 873-6533
Inyo Reducing Disparities Older Adult PEI Services PEI Identifies at-risk seniors who begin to exhibit symptoms of depression, prescription abuse, isolation, and other mental health conditions related to the aging population. Provides linkage and support for older adults to access mental health and health car Website

Gail Zwier (760) 873-6533
Inyo Housing 4 Crisis Beds at Progress House CSS-OESD Local residential program Progress House has four beds designated for crisis respite care and transitional care for high-risk, high-need clients. helps de-escalate the situation and keep clients in the community while preventing inpatient hospitalization Website

Gail Zwier or Anita Richardson (760) 873-6533
Inyo Unspecified Transition Age Youth (TAY) Program CSS-OESD Transition Age Youth (TAY) program meets at the Bishop Wellness Center. Youth learn life skills needed in the "real world" and develop employment and independent living skills. Off-site recreation activities promote positive social interactions. Website

Cynthia Mattovich (760) 873-8039
Inyo Unspecified Coordinated Care Collaborative INN Taking steps toward the development of coordinated Behavioral Health and Physical Health care to address health conditions and promote wellness through the use of recovery principles and self-management skills. Website

Gail Zwier (760) 873-6533
Kern Crisis Support Wellness, Independence & Senior Enrichment - Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Serves transition aged adults 55-59 years and older adults 60+ who are reluctant or have difficulty seeking care in traditional mental health settings. Mobile team provides age-competent services in the home, primary care offices and other settings where Website

Liliana Galvan (661) 868-5050 lgalvan@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Crisis Support Transition Aged Youth CSS-FSP Serves youth ages 16-25 with serious mental illness. Many are nearing or have recently emancipated from the foster care system and are at risk for hospitalization, incarceration and homelessness. Uses the Transitions to Independence (TIP) evidence-based Website

Brenda Story (661) 868-6465 Bstory@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Crisis Support Youth Multi-Agency Integrated Services Team (MIST) CSS-FSP Serves youth ages 0-21 who have more than one inpatient hospitalization in the past year; multiple emergency room visits which have not led to hospitalization; one placement failure or at risk for placement failure. Collaborative program targets youth who Website

Vija Turjanis (661) 868-8343 vturjanis@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Crisis Support Assertive Community Treatment CSS-FSP Serves transition aged youth, adults, and older adults at high risk for frequent psychiatric hospitalization who have historically benefitted little from traditional mental health services. Provides integrated support services, including mental and physic Website

Sheri Akins (661)868-5038 sakins@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Crisis Support Youth Wraparound CSS-FSP Serves youth ages 0-21 years with severe emotional disorders deemed eligible for mental health services and needing intensive services to transition effectively to community living; youth at risk for inpatient psychiatric hospitalization or who have recen Website

Janice Medrano (661) 868-6470 jmedrano@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Crisis Support Adult Wraparound - System Development CSS-OESD Serves transition-aged youth, adults, and older adults at imminent risk for homelessness, substance abuse, criminal justice involvement, and/or psychiatric hospitalization. Provides outreach to individuals prior to discharge from inpatient psychiatric hos Website

Stephanie Heintz (661) 868-1817 sheintz@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Crisis Support Access to Care CSS-OESD The Access Hotline is designated by Lifeline and SAMSHA as part of the national 1 (800) Suicide Prevention lines for all Kern County residents. Provides immediate English and Spanish phone access for crisis intervention, mental health services access and Website

Ellen Eggert (661) 868-1719 eeggert@co.kern.ca.us Fernanda Ramirez (661) 868-8079 Fgonzales@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Crisis Support Adult Transition Team - Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Serves transition aged youth, adults, and older adults for whom traditional mental health services were ineffective. Consumers often suffer from co-occurring disorders, criminal justice system involvement and are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Prov Website

Cecilia Martinez (661) 868-1881 cmartinez@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Peer/Family Support Specialists Recovery Supports Administration CSS-OESD Serves children, youth, and adults of all ages; consumers and family members of mental health services; mental health providers and the general public. Provides enhanced access for consumers and families to self-help and support services throughout Kern C Website

Jeffrey Kaya (661) 868-5048 jkaya@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Peer/Family Support Specialists Volunteer Senior Outreach PEI Serves older adults who isolate due to loss, illness, grief, loneliness, and/or substance abuse; at high risk for mental decompensation and requiring specialty services. As this particular population is increasing in number with prolonged longevity, addit Website

Liliana Galvan (661) 868-5050 LGalvan@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Recovery Supports Administration CSS-OESD Serves children, youth, and adults of all ages; consumers and family members of mental health services; mental health providers and the general public. Provides enhanced access for consumers and families to self-help and support services throughout Kern C Website

Jeffrey Kaya (661) 868-5048 jkaya@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Wellness, Independence & Senior Enrichment - Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Serves transition aged adults 55-59 years and older adults 60+ who are reluctant or have difficulty seeking care in traditional mental health settings. Mobile team provides age-competent services in the home, primary care offices and other settings where Website

Liliana Galvan (661) 868-5050 lgalvan@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Assertive Community Treatment - Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Serves transition aged youth, adults, and older adults at high risk for frequent psychiatric hospitalization who have historically benefitted little from traditional mental health services. Provides integrated support services, including mental and physic Website

Sheri Akins (661) 868-5038 sakins@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Adult Transition Team - Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Serves transition aged youth, adults, and older adults for whom traditional mental health services were ineffective. Consumers often suffer from co-occurring disorders, criminal justice system involvement and are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Prov Website

Cecilia Martinez (661) 868-1881 cmartinez@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Transition Aged Youth - Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Serves youth ages 16-25 with serious mental illness. Many are nearing or have recently emancipated from the foster care system and are at risk for hospitalization, incarceration, and homelessness. Uses the Transitions to Independence Process (TIP) evidenc Website

Brenda Story (661) 868-6465 bstory@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Multi Agency Integrated Services Team (MIST) - Youth Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Serves youth ages 0-21 who have more than one inpatient hospitalization in the past year; multiple emergency room visits which have not led to hospitalization; one placement failure or at risk for placement failure. Collaborative program targets youth who Website

Vija Turjanis (661) 868-8343 vturjanis@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Youth Wraparound - System Development CSS-OESD Serves youth ages 0-21 years with severe emotional disorders deemed eligible for mental health services and needing intensive services to transition effectively to community living; youth at risk for inpatient psychiatric hospitalization or who have recen Website

Janice Medrano (661) 868-6470 jmedrano@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Adult Wraparound - System Development CSS-OESD Serves transition-aged youth, adults, and older adults at imminent risk for homelessness, substance abuse, criminal justice involvement, and/or psychiatric hospitalization. Provides outreach to individuals prior to discharge from inpatient psychiatric hos Website

Stephanie Heintz (661) 868-1817 sheintz@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Community Outreach and Education CSS-OESD Serves children and families, transition aged youth, adults, and older adults who receive mental health services or might benefit from services; the community at large; elected and appointed office holders; the business community. Outreach increases commu Website

Estela Padilla (661) 868-6674 epadilla@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Volunteer Senior Outreach PEI Serves older adults who isolate due to loss, illness, grief, loneliness, and/or substance abuse; at high risk for mental decompensation and requiring specialty services. As this particular population is increasing in number with prolonged longevity, addit Website

Liliana Galvan (661) 868-5050 LGalvan@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Project Care: Integrated physical and behavioral health PEI Located in community health centers in both urban and rural areas. Serves individual and families not receiving behavioral health care due to cultural, economic, geographic or other causes. Addresses the specific types of mental health needs of military v Website

Alison Burrowes (661) 868-6705 Aburrowes@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Access to Care CSS-OESD The Access Hotline is designated by Lifeline and SAMSHA as part of the national 1 (800) Suicide Prevention lines for all Kern County residents. Provides immediate English and Spanish phone access for crisis intervention, mental health services access and Website

Ellen Eggert (661) 868-1719 eeggert@co.kern.ca.us Fernanda Ramirez (661) 868-8079 Fgonzales@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Housing Program CSS-OESD The purpose of these projects is to offer affordable housing linked to supportive services needed for MHSA-eligible individuals and their families to live independently. Desert Willow Apartments opened in November 2008, in the City of Ridgecrest. DWA cons Website

Steve Devore (661) 868-6818 sdevore@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Youth Brief Treatment PEI Provides same-day, walk-in assessment and immediate care and treatment to children, ages 0-21 years, mild to moderate mental health impairments. Specifically, the program will address general psychosocial, situational, and adjustment stressors in order to Website

Joy Quiton (661) 868-6755 jquiton@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Transition Aged Youth Career Development Program PEI Provide "at risk" youth, ages 16-25, with the unique opportunity to partner with professionals from both Employers Training Resource and Kern County Mental Health's Transitional Age Youth team to develop the necessary skills to enter the workforce. Speci Website

Brenda Story (661) 868-6465 bstory@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities PEI Statewide Training and Technical Assistance PEI Provides statewide training, technical assistance, and capacity building programs in partnership with local community partners. Promotes prevention and early intervention activities in our local communities and uses training methods that have demonstrated Website

Alexis Stokes (661) 868-6681 astokes@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Personal Health Record CFTN Empowers consumers by developing functionality that provides them and their family members more visibility into and control over their medical records. Provides an internet-based client portal to the client’s PHR as well as a provider portal that allows e Website

Dan Walters (661) 868-6710 dwalters@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Recovery Oriented Treatment Plan CFTN Establishes an interoperability standard for treatment plans throughout the California public Mental Health System. A state-wide workgroup of counties collaborates with the California Institute of Mental Health (CIMH) to develop common criteria and common Website

Lamar Kerley (661) 868-6831 lkerley@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Network of Care Website CFTN Continues to deploy and support this important, consumer-centric information source, which is the standard mental health information internet application used by all California counties. Website

Dan Walters (661) 868-6710 dwalters@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Reducing Disparities Training and Technical Assistance WET Increases the knowledge and competency of current and future direct line staff, supervisors, and managers within the department as well as contract providers. Encourages licensure at all levels and provides for increased knowledge through continuing educa Website

Amy Schultz (661) 868-7833 aschultz@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Housing Adult Transition Team - Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Serves transition aged youth, adults, and older adults for whom traditional mental health services were ineffective. Consumers often suffer from co-occurring disorders, criminal justice system involvement and are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Prov Website

Cecilia Martinez (661) 868-1881 cmartinez@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Housing Transition Aged Youth - Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Serves youth ages 16-25 with serious mental illness. Many are nearing or have recently emancipated from the foster care system and are at risk for hospitalization, incarceration, and homelessness. Uses the Transitions to Independence Process (TIP) evidenc Website

Brenda Story (661) 868-6465 bstory@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Housing Housing Program CSS-OESD The purpose of these projects is to offer affordable housing linked to supportive services needed for MHSA-eligible individuals and their families to live independently. Desert Willow Apartments opened in November 2008, in the City of Ridgecrest. DWA cons Website

Steve Devore (661) 868-6818 sdevore@co.kern.ca.us
Kern SB82 Funded Psychiatric Evaluation Unit/Crisis Stabilization Unit (PEC/CSU) SB 82 The PEC/CSU will be expanding services to include a new voluntary hold wing, with 6 - 8 beds for those not requiring W&I 5150. The PEC/CSU currently has separate adult and minor wings, but voluntary and involuntary individuals are co-mingled in each wing. Website

Toll Free: (800) 991-8142
TTY: (661) 868-8142
Kern SB82 Funded Mobile Evaluation Team (MET) SB 82 The Mobile Evaluation Team (MET) collaborates with law enforcement as a second responder as needed, reporting to community calls, hospitals and schools. The MET currently operates on a 7 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. schedule and with SB 82 funding will be expanded Website


Call: (661) 868-8126 or (661) 868-8115
Kern Unspecified Network of Care Website CFTN Continues to deploy and support this important, consumer-centric information source, which is the standard mental health information internet application used by all California counties. Website

Dan Walters (661) 868-6710 dwalters@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Unspecified MHSA/DCR Batch Interfact CFTN Increases functionality of Anasazi system, reduces duplicate data entry and resubmission of data based on key event changes. This enhancement allows use of common data elements by all programs within the County. Many of these data elements are used as per Website

Dan Walters (661) 868-6710 dwalters@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Unspecified Consumer/Family Computer Facilities CFTN Modernizes computers used by consumers and family members, replacing out-of-date equipment with more effective and more reliable technology. Expands the software available on these computers. Expands the availability of computer services by implementing Website

Dan Walters (661) 868-6710 dwalters@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Unspecified Internship Programs WET Increases the number of internship placements available in the mental health system. Serves psychology doctoral student interns, marriage and family therapist interns and licensed clinical social work interns. Website

Steve Devore (661) 868-6818 sdevore@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Unspecified Financial Incentive Programs WET Encourages mental health department staff and contract providers to achieve career advancement.Supports those pursuing a new career in the mental health professions and mental health consumers and family members who wish to pursue a career in mental healt Website

Steve Devore (661) 868-6818 sdevore@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Unspecified Network Infrastructure Modernization CFTN Improves communication infrastructure to support the expansion of Kern's EHR system and overcomes staff resistance/barriers to system use. Includes improvements to connectivity for contract providers and for our tele-psychiatry network. Update sub-par ca Website

Dan Walters (661) 868-6710 dwalters@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Unspecified Technology Refresh CFTN A large percentage of the currently deployed equipment has passed its useful life. Updating that equipment enhances the potential for a successful EHR implementation. This project addresses the needs of our contract providers as well as the needs of count Website

Dan Walters (661) 868-6710 dwalters@co.kern.ca.us
Kern Unspecified e-Prescribing CFTN The ePrescribing module provides access to a national medication database providing alerts, warnings, dosage, interaction and educational information. Supports avoidance of medication-related errors. In addition to all of the regulatory and EHR certificat Website

Dan Walters (661) 868-6710 dwalters@co.kern.ca.us
Kings Crisis Support Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training PEI Provides training modeled after a nationally recognized, evidence-based program known as the CIT Memphis Model that focuses on training law enforcement personnel and other first responders to recognize the signs of mental illness when responding to a pers Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Crisis Support Crisis Residential Treatment Facility SB 82 Kings County is in the process of developing its first crisis residential treatment facility. The facility will be open 24 hours per day/7 days per week and operated by a contracted provider who is yet to be determined. It is anticipated to open for servi Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Peer/Family Support Specialists Feasibility Study for Oak Wellness Center CFTN Includes a feasibility study to evaluate traffic flow of consumers/staff, space utilization and provide feasible options to address the deficits identified at the Oak Wellness Center in the CPP process. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Peer/Family Support Specialists Empowering Consumers to Help Others (ECHO) – Oak Wellness Center CSS-OESD Provides a participant-driven wellness and recovery drop-in center in Hanford. Participants can access an array of consumer-driven services and social/recreational programming through ECHO and the Oak Wellness Center. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Peer/Family Support Specialists Mental Health Services for Domestic Violence Survivors CSS-OESD Provides mental health services to women with serious mental illness or who would meet criteria for having a serious mental illness, and to children with serious emotional disturbance or who would meet criteria for having a serious emotional disturbance. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Feasibility Study for Oak Wellness Center CFTN Includes a feasibility study to evaluate traffic flow of consumers/staff, space utilization and provide feasible options to address the deficits identified at the Oak Wellness Center in the CPP process. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Collaborative Justice Treatment Court (CJTC) CSS-OESD Comprised of three courts including Behavioral Health Court, Drug Court, and Veterans Court, CJTC provides linkages for intensive therapeutic services for mental health, case management, and supervision to Veterans, people with co-occurring mental illness Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Community Integration CSS-FSP Provides a full spectrum of community services in order to reduce incidents of psychiatric hospitalization, encourage placements in a lower level of care and into a community-based living environment. Services include multidisciplinary treatment teams, W Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnership: Adults CSS-FSP Provides an intensive service and support delivery system for adults with serious mental illness, and when appropriate, family members, utilizing a "whatever it takes" approach". Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnership: Children & Youth CSS-FSP Provides an intensive service and support delivery system for children and youth with psychiatric disabilities, serious emotional disturbance, and those with unmet or under-met mental health treatment needs utilizing a "whatever it takes approach". Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnership: Older Adults CSS-FSP Provides an intensive service and support delivery system for older adults with serious mental illness, and when appropriate, family members, utilizing a "whatever it takes" approach. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnership: Transition Age Youth (TAY) CSS-FSP Provides an intensive service and support delivery system for TAY with psychiatric disabilities and/or serious mental illness and may be experiencing homelessness or at-risk of homelessness, emancipating from the foster care system or juvenile hall, invol Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Empowering Consumers to Help Others (ECHO) – Oak Wellness Center CSS-OESD Provides a participant-driven wellness and recovery drop-in center in Hanford. Participants can access an array of consumer-driven services and social/recreational programming through ECHO and the Oak Wellness Center. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Mental Health Services for Domestic Violence Survivors CSS-OESD Provides mental health services to women with serious mental illness or who would meet criteria for having a serious mental illness, and to children with serious emotional disturbance or who would meet criteria for having a serious emotional disturbance. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Multi-Service Centers (MSC) CSS-OESD MSCs are beginning to be identified in Hanford, Avenal, Corcoran, and on the Santa Rosa Rancheria in order to ensure that services are client-centered, integrated, and provide support and resources to help individuals with serious mental illness and child Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Satellite Clinic Expansion CSS-OESD Satellite Clinics in the outlying areas of Avenal and Corcoran provide services and supports for clients with serious mental illness and children with serious emotional disturbance. These services provide an alternative point of access for mental health t Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Summer Day Camp CSS-OESD Provides a Summer Day Camp program, which is designed to deliver intensive services to children and youth with serious emotional disturbance and/or serious mental illness during the summer months when they do not have access to school-based behavioral hea Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Therapeutic Activity Groups CSS-OESD Therapeutic Activity Groups (or TAGs) are being developed to integrate therapeutic youth development, media literacy, social skills development, and social justice frameworks into a 20-week intensive program designed to foster individual and collective ps Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Youth Researching Resiliency (YPR) Project INN The YRR project is being developed as a new model that promotes interagency and community collaboration and increased access to underserved Transition Age Youth through direct engagement in mental health training, youth-led participatory research, and dec Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Community Capacity Building Program PEI Provides a mechanism to make funds available to community providers and stakeholders for the purpose of their capacity to address mental health in their communities. Projects to be funded are meant to encourage collaboration amongst community-based organi Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Community Wide Prevention Strategies PEI Provides community wide prevention strategies to keep people healthy and get people the treatment they need early on in the onset to prevent negative consequences that can occur if mental illness is undiagnosed and/or untreated. These efforts uses four st Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Early Intervention Services PEI Provides three different types of services aimed at children, youth, and their parents. Truancy Intervention Prevention Program (TIPP) is a collaborative partnership among the School Attendance Review Board, the Office of Education, the District Attorney’ Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Prevention and Wellness Services PEI Provides confidential counseling and case management services in the Hanford office. Services, which are available in English and Spanish, range from individual, group and family counseling. Kings County provides individualized case management, linkages t Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Promotores de Salud PEI Promotores de Salud program is being developed in response to the unique cultural and geographical diversity in Kings County. Promotores de Salud is a proven culturally relevant program in Latino/Hispanic communities that shows great promise to enhance th Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Respite for Caregivers PEI Provides periodic support and relief to primary caregivers from the responsibility and stress of caring for older adults with mental illness. Caregivers accessing this service must live in a non-licensed setting and are non-paid. This service allows prima Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities School-Based Services PEI Provide two different types of services aimed at school aged children and youth including Therapeutic School Based Services (TSBS) and Coping and Support Training (CAST). TSBS provides therapeutic school based services to eligible alumni of the Circle of Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Senior Access for Engagement (SAFE) PEI Provides outreach and engagement for isolated older adults ages 60 and older. SAFE brings services and referrals with an emphasis on promoting wellness and independence to seniors/older adults in the home, at senior centers, nursing homes, assisted living Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Universal Developmental Screening PEI Trained staff use the Ages & Stages Questionnaire (ASQ-3) and the Ages & Stages Questionnaire: Social-Emotion (ASQ-SE) to detect developmental, social, and emotional variations or delays in children ages 0 - 5 and the Pediatric Symptoms Checklist for chil Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Youth Mentoring/Ambassador Program PEI The Youth Mentoring/Ambassador Program is being developed and will match youth in Hanford and other areas of Kings County with caring adults as mentors. Through these relationships, as well as recreational and group activities, mentors will provide friend Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Reducing Disparities Mental Health Workforce Pathways: Youth and Tribe WET The Pathways Program is being developed to create a Mental Health Workforce Pathways program targeting education and outreach to local youth and members of the Tachi-Yokut tribe. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Housing Community Integration CSS-FSP Provides a full spectrum of community services in order to reduce incidents of psychiatric hospitalization, encourage placements in a lower level of care and into a community-based living environment. Services include multidisciplinary treatment teams, W Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Housing Full Service Partnership: Adults CSS-FSP Provides an intensive service and support delivery system for adults with serious mental illness, and when appropriate, family members, utilizing a "whatever it takes" approach". Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Housing Full Service Partnership: Children & Youth CSS-FSP Provides an intensive service and support delivery system for children and youth with psychiatric disabilities, serious emotional disturbance, and those with unmet or under-met mental health treatment needs utilizing a "whatever it takes approach". Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Housing Full Service Partnership: Children & Youth CSS-FSP Provides an intensive service and support delivery system for older adults with serious mental illness, and when appropriate, family members, utilizing a "whatever it takes" approach. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Housing Full Service Partnership: Transition Age Youth (TAY) CSS-FSP Provides an intensive service and support delivery system for TAY with psychiatric disabilities and/or serious mental illness and may be experiencing homelessness or at-risk of homelessness, emancipating from the foster care system or juvenile hall, invol Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings SB82 Funded Crisis Residential Treatment Facility SB 82 Kings County is in the process of developing its first crisis residential treatment facility. The facility will be open 24 hours per day/7 days per week and operated by a contracted provider who is yet to be determined. It is anticipated to open for ser Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Unspecified Continued Capital Facilities Support to Ongoing MHSA Funded Programs CFTN Includes Capital Facilities investments into CSS and PEI programs to ensure that consumers, family members, and staff have the facilities they need to provide adequate mental health services. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Unspecified Electronic Health Records Implementation & Maintenance CFTN Includes the pursuit and selection of software add-ons or enhancements that will integrate outcomes measurement of programs and services with billing reconciliation functions. Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Unspecified Feasibility Study for Courthouse Space CFTN Kings County Courts are targeted to move from the Kings County Government complex. This move will vacate a two story County-owned building that offers potential for several public service departments to partner and streamline access-to-care under one roof Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Unspecified Linkages/Referrals Portal PEI A web-based linkages and referral portal is being developed for officers while they are in the field responding to mental health calls. The process will provide fast, dependable access and up-to-date information on what mental health programs, resources, Website

(559) 852-2444
Kings Unspecified WET Coordination & Mental Health Professional Development WET Includes coordination and facilitation of Mental Health Professional Development, Financial Assistance for Mental Health Professionals, and enhances clinical training in evidence-based practices. Website

(559) 852-2444
Lake Crisis Support Crisis Access Continuum CSS-GSD Provides increased access and an introduction to mental health recovery concepts at the earliest opportunity for consumers experiencing challenges. Provides a local crisis hotline, a warm line, and outreach and engagement services for consumers who have Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Crisis Support Statewide and Regional Projects PEI Lake County is contributing 7% of its PEI funds to support the continuation of the Statewide Projects: Suicide Prevention, Stigma and Discrimination Reduction, and the Student Mental Health Initiative. The County is also continuing to support the regiona Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Crisis Support Regional Suicide Prevention PEI Funding to support the regional suicide prevention hotline and local suicide prevention task force formerly funded by the statewide projects initiative. Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Crisis Support SB 82 SB 82 The SB82/Triage grant services are an enhancement to our current crisis services and include mobile crisis services that can work hand-in-hand with frontline law enforcement, navigation services to assist consumers with finding the best referrals for thei Website

(707) 994-7090
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Consumers of all ages (children 0-15, transition age youth 16-25, adults 26-59, and older adults 60+) who meet eligibility requirements are provided “whatever it takes” services. A full array of recovery- oriented mental healthcare, including psychiatric Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists Older Adult Access CSS-GSD Provides outreach and engagement services, linkage to resources, mental health interventions, and FSP programming to seniors who may be experiencing mental health challenges. The Senior Peer Counseling program provides peer-aged volunteer support to olde Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Support CSS-GSD Supports staffing to serve both transition age youth and adult consumers in the TAY and Adult Peer Support Centers. Programs provide access to services (including non-mental health related), peer support, socialization, and companionship to these two age Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists Parent Partner Support CSS-GSD Supports families involved with community mental health. A Parent Partner with “lived experience” as a family member assists families with navigating the system, service coordination, group support, and, as an FSP team member, assists the family through Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists Community Outreach and Engagement CSS-OE Serving specifically the Tribal and Latino communities in the corresponding Peer Support Centers serving each population. Each culturally influenced program provides access to services (including non-mental health related), peer support, socialization, an Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Support Recovery Centers PEI The Bridge Peer Support Center, Harbor on Main Transition Age Youth Peer Support Center, Circle of Native Minds Center and La Voz de la Esperanza, serve niche populations, promote cultural competency through program design, and allow access to resources a Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists Older Adult Outreach and Prevention PEI The Friendly Visitor Program provides companionship to the vulnerable population of homebound older adults. The volunteers offer individualized companionship, support, and friendship on a regular basis to seniors who have limited access to outside activi Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists Postpartum Depression Screening and Support PEI Mother-Wise provides volunteers, in their role as Saathi, who offer mothers the companionship of a listening ear and a helping hand. They offer real support and solutions to mothers at a time when they need it the most through home visitation. Mother-Wis Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists Workforce Education and Training WET Provides funding for workforce staffing support, training and staff development, mental health career pathways strategies, and financial incentives to address shortages in the public mental health workforce. Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Peer/Family Support Specialists SB 82 SB 82 The SB82/Triage grant services are an enhancement to our current crisis services and include mobile crisis services that can work hand-in-hand with frontline law enforcement, navigation services to assist consumers with finding the best referrals for thei Website

(707) 994-7090
Lake Reducing Disparities Older Adult Access CSS-GSD Provides outreach and engagement services, linkage to resources, mental health interventions, and FSP programming to seniors who may be experiencing mental health challenges. The Senior Peer Counseling program provides peer-aged volunteer support to olde Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Reducing Disparities Community Outreach and Engagement CSS - OE Serving specifically the Tribal and Latino communities in the corresponding Peer Support Centers serving each population. Each culturally influenced program provides access to services (including non-mental health related), peer support, socialization, an Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Reducing Disparities Peer Support Recovery Centers PEI The Bridge Peer Support Center, Harbor on Main Transition Age Youth Peer Support Center, Circle of Native Minds Center and La Voz de la Esperanza, serve niche populations, promote cultural competency through program design, and allow access to resources a Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Reducing Disparities Older Adult Outreach and Prevention PEI The Friendly Visitor Program provides companionship to the vulnerable population of homebound older adults. The volunteers offer individualized companionship, support, and friendship on a regular basis to seniors who have limited access to outside activi Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Housing Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP Consumers of all ages (children 0-15, transition age youth 16-25, adults 26-59, and older adults 60+) who meet eligibility requirements are provided “whatever it takes” services. A full array of recovery- oriented mental healthcare, including psychiatric Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Housing Housing Access CSS-GSD Provides resources and linkage to MHSA-subsidized housing for FSP consumers, one-time funding for those consumers at risk of losing their housing or needing assistance getting established in housing, and transitional housing for homeless consumers. Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Housing Housing Program CSS-Housing The MHSA Housing Program provides funding for development, acquisition, construction and/or rehabilitation of permanent supportive housing for individuals and their families who have a mental illness and are homeless, or at risk of homelessness. (Plan Upd Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake SB82 Funded SB 82 SB 82 The SB82/Triage grant services are an enhancement to our current crisis services and include mobile crisis services that can work hand-in-hand with frontline law enforcement, navigation services to assist consumers with finding the best referrals for thei Website

(707) 994-7090
Lake Unspecified Forensic Mental Health Partnership CSS-GSD Provides support for consumers who encounter legal problems or are incarcerated in jail or juvenile hall due to mental illness. Assists consumers in addressing their mental health needs, navigating the legal process, transition planning, and provides sup Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Coordinated Care for Co-occurring Behavioral and Physical Health Conditions CSS-GSD This expanding element in the recovery planning process is a critical component of comprehensive services and supports that has been identified as an obstacle to wellness for consumers experiencing behavioral health difficulties. The program is intended t Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Early Student Support PEI Enhances the social and emotional development of young students (grades K-2) who are experiencing school adjustment difficulties such that they are served in an intensive services setting. Alternative personnel provide direct services to students under on Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Trauma Focused Co-Occurring Disorder Screening and Treatment PEI Serving consumers in community collaboration for screening and treatment of trauma and co-occurring disorders. Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Prevention Mini- Grants PEI Invites community-based providers and organized consumer and family groups to design prevention activities and submit a funding request to Lake County Behavioral Health. This mini-grant program issues funding of $500 to $2,500 for one-time events and proj Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Training, Technical Assistance, and Capacity Building PEI Lake County committed this resource to the California Mental Health Services Authority and the Superior Region Data Workgroup to identify outcome measures to be used across programs. This pilot project was facilitated by RAND corporation providing trainin Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Superior Region WET Collaborative WET Lake County has been a contributing member of this 16-county partnership since 2008. The collaborative is focused on the development of career pathways in community mental health in conjunction with institutions of higher education in the region. Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Capital Facilities CFTN The Clearlake Clinic will be renovated to provide a more integrated experience that promotes wellness, recovery, and resiliency and increased access and engagement to underserved populations. Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Lake County Electronic Health Record Project CFTN Addresses technological needs for secure, reliable, real-time access to client health record information where and when it is needed to support care. Includes the following components: implementation of Anasazi software, conversion to Microsoft SQL serv Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Early Intervention Services PEI Lake County Behavioral Health provides the equivalent of one full-time mental health specialist to provide direct early intervention services and supports to those consumers and families who experience the first onset of a serious emotional disturbance or Website

(707) 274-9101
Lake Unspecified Full Cycle Referral and Consumer Driven Care Coordination INN This proposed two phase project will include the use of a web based call center and community resources clearinghouse to link consumers to needed resources. Phase one involves notification of when referrals are sent, received, and completed. The system wi Website

(707) 274-9101
Lassen Peer/Family Support Specialists Full Service Partnerships CSS Full Service Partnerships Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Peer/Family Support Specialists Outreach & Engagement CSS Outreach and engagement to identify unmet needs of the Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) / Severely Emotional Disturbed (SED) population across Lassen County. It will establish an integrated delivery system with clinicians, consumers and family members and exi Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness Activities CSS Through a comprehensive stakeholder process in Lassen County, the stakeholders supported the idea of having Wellness and Recovery activities implemented within Susanville and all One Stop locations. Also known as Wellness and Recovery Workgroup: This work Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Peer/Family Support Specialists School and Juvenile Hall CSS Created infrastructure in the Lassen County Juvenile Hall and at selected school sites to identify and engage Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) / Severely Emotional Disturbed (SED) individuals with unmet mental health needs. At the three One Stop locations (Fo Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Peer/Family Support Specialists Screening/Assessment and Counseling PEI Lassen County Behavioral Health established a 3-element program to provide prevention and early intervention efforts for children age 0-17 and their families. Early intervention can occur when screening of children indicates the likelihood of behaviors an Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Peer/Family Support Specialists Assessment Tools PEI Through a comprehensive stakeholder process in Lassen County, the stakeholders supported the idea of having one time funding used for Prevention Early Intervention in 2010-2011 for the two programs listed below. Pathways & Early Intervention expanded the Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Peer/Family Support Specialists Innovation INN This project intends to improve the quality of care for those individuals with serious mental health issues who have difficulty accessing health care, have chronic medical issues or who do not access regular primary health care. It will test whether an in Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnerships CSS Full Service Partnerships Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Reducing Disparities Outreach & Engagement CSS Outreach and engagement to identify unmet needs of the Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) / Severely Emotional Disturbed (SED) population across Lassen County. It will establish an integrated delivery system with clinicians, consumers and family members and exi Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Reducing Disparities Wellness Activities CSS Through a comprehensive stakeholder process in Lassen County, the stakeholders supported the idea of having Wellness and Recovery activities implemented within Susanville and all One Stop locations. Also known as Wellness and Recovery Workgroup: This work Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Reducing Disparities School and Juvenile Hall CSS Created infrastructure in the Lassen County Juvenile Hall and at selected school sites to identify and engage Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) / Severely Emotional Disturbed (SED) individuals with unmet mental health needs. At the three One Stop locations (Fo Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Reducing Disparities Screening/Assessment and Counseling PEI Lassen County Behavioral Health established a 3-element program to provide prevention and early intervention efforts for children age 0-17 and their families. Early intervention can occur when screening of children indicates the likelihood of behaviors an Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Reducing Disparities Assessment Tools PEI Through a comprehensive stakeholder process in Lassen County, the stakeholders supported the idea of having one time funding used for Prevention Early Intervention in 2010-2011 for the two programs listed below. Pathways & Early Intervention expanded the Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Reducing Disparities Capital Facilities CFTN The Capital Facilities component of MHSA consists of technological projects that support the development of an integrated infrastructure and improve the quality and coordination of care that will transform the mental health system and support the goals of Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Lassen Reducing Disparities Innovation INN This project intends to improve the quality of care for those individuals with serious mental health issues who have difficulty accessing health care, have chronic medical issues or who do not access regular primary health care. It will test whether an in Website

(530) 521-2627 tarmstrong@co.lassen.ca.us
Los Angeles Crisis Support Children's FSPs CSS-FSP The Children's Full Service Partnership (FSP) is a mental health service program for children ages 0 – 15 and their families who would benefit from an intensive in-home program designed to address the total needs of the child, including his or her family, Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Children's Family Support Services CSS-GSD Family Support Services (FSS) provide access to mental health services such as individual psychotherapy, couples/group therapy, psychiatry/medication support, crisis intervention, case management linkage/brokerage, parenting education, domestic violence a Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Transition Age Youth (TAY) FSPs CSS-FSP Intensive services with 24/7 staff availability to help individuals address emotional, housing, physical health, transportation, and other needs to help them function independently in the community. FSP have several defining characteristics, including pro Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Transition Age Youth (TAY) Drop in Centers CSS-GSD Drop-In Centers provide temporary safety and basic supports for Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (SED) and Severe and Persistently Mentally Ill (SPMI) TAY who are living on the streets or in unstable living situations. Drop-In Centers provide “low-demand, Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Transition Age Youth (TAY) Probation Camps Services CSS-GSD Probation Camp Services provides services to youth ages 16 to 20 who are residing in Los Angeles County Probation Camps; particularly youth with SED, SPMI, those with co-occurring substance disorders and/or those who have suffered trauma. Services in the Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Adult Full Services Partnerships (FSPs) CSS-FSP Adult Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs are designed for adults ages 26-59 who have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness and would benefit from an intensive service program. The foundation of Full Service Partnerships is doing “whatever it ta Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Alternative Crisis Services CSS-GSD Residential and Bridging Program:

Involves psychiatric social workers and peer advocates assisting in the coordination of psychiatric services and supports for TAY, Adults, and Older Adults with complicated psychiatric and medical needs. The program en
Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Adult IMD Step-Down Services CSS-GSD IMD Step-Down Facility programs are designed to provide supportive on-site mental health services at selected licensed Adult Residential Facilities (ARF), and in some instances, assisted living, congregate housing or other independent living situations. T Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Older Adults Full Service Partnerships (FSPs) CSS-FSP Older Adult Full Service Partnership (FSP) are comprehensive, intensive services for persons 60 and above who have been diagnosed with a mental illness and are interested in participating in a program designed to address their emotional, physical and livi Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Adult/Older Adult Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Target population of ages 26 and over who due to their mental illness are at risk of becoming unserved or underserved, being placed out of home, experiencing increased levels of isolation, involved in the criminal justice system, homelessness, and receivi Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Trauma Recovery Services PEI The Trauma Recovery Services Project provides an array of evidence-based practices that will (1) provide short-term crisis debriefing, grief, and crisis counseling to clients, family members and staff who have been affected by a traumatic event; and (2) p Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support Family Crisis Services: Respite Care Program CSS-GSD Respite Care Services are positive, supportive services intended to help relieve families from the stress and family strain that result from providing constant care for a child with Severe Emotional Disturbance (SED), while at the same time addressing min Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support SB 82 Crisis Stabilization SB 82 Added 3 additional Mental Health Urgent Care Centers to the county. Website

Mary Marx (213) 738-4775 Mmarx@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Crisis Support SB 82 Triage SB 82 1) Youth Crisis Placement Stabilization Team - The program serves children and youth (birth to 21 years old) who have been detained by the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and are awaiting placement at the Child Welcome Center (CWC) or th Website

Maria Funk (213) 251-6582 Mfunk@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Peer/Family Support Specialists Adult Wellness Centers CSS-GSD Wellness Centers are programs staffed by at least 51% consumer staff who provide an array of mental health and supportive services to clients at higher levels of recovery. Services include medication support, linkage to physical health and substance use Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Peer/Family Support Specialists Integrated Peer-Run Model INN The Integrated Peer-Run Model supports people with mental health needs who also have additional health and/or substance abuse treatment needs to become well and stay well by providing new programs that are designed and run by people with lived experience Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Peer/Family Support Specialists Self-Help Support Groups for Transitional Age Youth (TAY) CSS-GSD Establishes four evidence-based self-help programs for TAY: 1) Rainbows for TAY (15-18) who have experienced trauma, death, divorce, violence, removal from home and other losses; 2) La Leche League for pregnant TAY support for attachment parenting and bre Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Peer/Family Support Specialists Self-Help Support Groups for Transitional Age Youth (TAY) CSS-GSD Establishes four evidence-based self-help programs for TAY: 1) Rainbows for TAY (15-18) who have experienced trauma, death, divorce, violence, removal from home and other losses; 2) La Leche League for pregnant TAY support for attachment parenting and bre Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Reducing Disparities Adult Jail Linkage and Transition Services CSS-GSD Jail Transition and Linkage Services are designed to outreach and engage individuals involved in the criminal justice system and receiving services from jail or jail related services (e.g. court workers, attorneys, etc.) and successfully link them to comm Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Reducing Disparities Jail Linkage and Transition CSS-GSD Jail Transition and Linkage Services are designed to perform outreach and engage individuals involved in the criminal justice system who are receiving services from jail or jail related services (e.g. court workers, attorneys, etc.). The goal is to succe Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Reducing Disparities Adult Integrated Care Program CSS-GSD Four integrated behavioral health and physical health programs where mental health is either embedded within a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) or physical health and substance use services are embedded within a mental health center. Three are loc Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Reducing Disparities Improving Access for Underserved Populations PEI The Improving Access for Underserved Populations Project provides an array of evidence-based practices that will (1) build resiliency and increase protective factors among monolingual and limited English-speaking immigrants and underserved cultural popula Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Reducing Disparities American Indian Project PEI The American Indian Project will (1) build resiliency and increase protective factors among children, youth and their families; (2) address stressful forces in children/youth lives, teaching coping skills, and divert suicide attempts; and (3) identify as Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Reducing Disparities Community Mental Health Promoters/Community Health Workers for Child, TAY, Adult and Older Adult CSS-GSD This program adds Community Mental Health Promoters (Promoters)/ Community Health Workers (CHWs) as a directly operated, cross-cutting program across age groups, within each Service Area. Community Mental Health Promoters/Community Health Workers are tra Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Reducing Disparities Outreach and Engagement CSS-OE Mental health outreach and engagement activities across the county involving the development and distribution of materials and/or media in various threshold languages designed to educate, engage and where appropriate link individuals from specific ethnic, Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Housing Children's FSPs CSS-FSP The Children's Full Service Partnership (FSP) is a mental health service program for children ages 0 – 15 and their families who would benefit from an intensive in-home program designed to address the total needs of the child, including his or her family, Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Housing Transition Age Youth (TAY) Enhanced Emergency Shelter Program CSS-FSP The Enhanced Emergency Shelter Program contained in the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Plan will serve the immediate and urgent housing needs of the Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (SED)/Severely Persistently Mentally Ill (SPMI) TAY population. The goa Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Housing Transition Age Youth (TAY) Project Based Operating Subsidies for Permanent Housing CSS-GSD Housing provides a fundamental level of stability for young people to achieve their goals of wellness, recovery, and eventual self-sufficiency. The lack of safe and affordable housing options is often a profound barrier for SED/SPMI TAY who needs access t Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Housing Adult Housing Services CSS-GSD The Adult Housing Services include 14 Countywide Housing Specialists that, as part of a Service Area team, provide housing placement services primarily to individuals and families that are homeless in their assigned Service Area.

MHSA Housing Program
The
Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles SB82 Funded SB 82 Crisis Stabilization SB 82 Added 3 additional Mental Health Urgent Care Center to the county. Website

Mary Marx (213) 738-4775 Mmarx@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles SB82 Funded SB 82 Triage SB 82 1) Youth Crisis Placement Stabilization Team - The program serves children and youth (birth to 21 years old) who have been detained by the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and are awaiting placement at the Child Welcome Center (CWC) or th Website

Maria Funk (213) 251-6582 Mfunk@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Children's Field Capable Clinical Services CSS-GSD The Children's Full Service Partnership (FSP) is a mental health service program for children ages 0 – 15 and their families who would benefit from an intensive in-home program designed to address the total needs of the child, including his or her family, Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Transition Age Youth (TAY) Field Capable Clinical Services CSS-GSD Field Capable Clinical Services, delivered under the Mental Health Services Act, are intended to address the needs of individuals who are SED/SPMI. FCCS are direct interventions; evidence-based services are the preferred strategies whenever they can be id Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Adult Field Capable Clinical Services CSS-GSD The Adult Field Capable Clinical Services (FCCS) program provides an array of recovery-oriented, field-based and engagement -focused mental health services to adults. Providers will utilize field-based outreach and engagement strategies to serve the proje Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Older Adults Field Capable Clinical Services CSS-GSD The Field Capable Clinical Services, also known as FCCS, are the first system-wide DMH programs focused exclusively on Older Adults and designed to improve access to needed mental health services for this traditionally underserved population. FCCS offers Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Service Area Navigators CSS-GSD Service Area Navigator Teams assist individuals and families in accessing mental health and other supportive services and network with community-based organizations in order to strengthen the array of services available to clients of the mental health sys Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Family Wellness/Resource Centers CSS-GSD Family Wellness/Resource Centers (FWRC) are designed to act as a welcoming and family-friendly center within the community where families with children in need of mental health services can go to obtain information and resources to navigate the mental hea Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified TAY Supportive Employment CSS-GSD TAY Supportive Employment will assist TAY, receiving mental health services and residing in permanent supportive housing (and other housing situations), to obtain and maintain gainful employment to achieve self-sufficiency. TAY Supportive Employment will Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified School-Based Services Project PEI The School-Based Services Project provides an array of evidence-based practices that will (1) build resiliency and increase protective factors among children, youth and their families; (2) identify as early as possible children and youth who have risk fac Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Family Education and Support Project PEI The Family Education and Support Project provides an array of evidence-based practices that will build competencies, capacity and resiliency in parents, family members and other caregivers in raising their children by teaching a variety of strategies. Ser Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified At-Risk Family Services PEI The At-Risk Family Services Project will provide an array of evidence-based practices that (1) provide training and assistance to families whose children are at risk for placement in foster care, group homes, psychiatric hospitals, and other out of home Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Primary Care and Behavioral Health Services PEI Develops mental health services within primary care clinics in order to increase primary care providers’ capacity to offer effective mental health guidance and early intervention through the implementation of screening, assessment, education, consultation Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Early Care and Support for Transition Age Youth (TAY) PEI The Early Support and Care for Transition-Age Youth Project provides an array of evidence-based practices that will (1) build resiliency, increase protective factors, and promote positive social behavior among TAY; (2) address depressive disorders among Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Juvenile Justice Services PEI The Juvenile Justice Services Project provides an array of evidence-based practices that will (1) build resiliency and protective factors among children and youth who are exposed to risk factors that leave them vulnerable to becoming involved in the juven Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Early Care and Support for Older Adults PEI The Early Care and Support Project for Older Adults provides an array of evidence-based practices that will (1) establish the means to identify and link older adults who need mental health treatment but are reluctant, are hidden or unknown, and/or unaware Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Workforce Staffing and Support WET Workforce Education and Training Coordination; WET County of Los Angeles Oversight Committee Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance WET Transformation Academy Without Walls, offering
a. Public Mental Health Workforce Immersion to MHSA
b. Licensure Workshops
Learning Management System - The Learning Net
Recovery-Oriented Supervision Trainings
Interpreter Training Program
Training for
Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Career Pathways WET Offers Intensive Mental Health Recovery Specialist Training Program Expanded Employment and Professional Advancement Opportunities for Consume Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Capital Facilities CFTN Los Angeles County’s Department of Mental Health’s (LAC-DMH) Capital Facilities Component Proposal funds will be utilized to increase and improve the existing capital facilities infrastructure to accommodate the implementation of the MHSA plans. The propo Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Technology CFTN The MHSA-IT Plan contains six projects:
Note- these are non-direct service projects
I. Integrated Behavioral Health Information System
II. Contract Provider Technology Projects
III. Consumer/Family Access to Computer Resources
IV. Personal Health Record A
Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Integrated Behavioral Health Information System CFTN Note: This is a non-direct service project. The IBHIS will provide integrated clinical, administrative and financial functionality to LAC-DMH in its role as a provider of mental health services and in its role as the Local Plan Administrator. The IBHIS Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Contract Provider Technology Projects CFTN The Contract Provider Technology Project is an umbrella project encompassing a mix of technology projects within the range of projects identified in the MHSA Capital Facilities and Technological Needs Guidelines. This umbrella project is intended to provi Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Consumer/Family Access to Computer Resources CFTN Mental health consumers, and family members need access to computer resources and they should have access to computer training and technical assistance. Computer skills training, and technical assistance are essential to ensure that consumers and family m Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Personal Health Record CFTN Through the stakeholder process, LAC-DMH received considerable feedback suggesting that many mental health consumers have limited awareness of PHR(s) and how a PHR may be used as a recovery and wellness tool. LAC-DMH is requesting MHSA Information Technol Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Los Angeles Unspecified Data Warehouse Redesign CFTN Implementation of the electronic health record necessitates re-designing the current LAC-DMH data warehouse. Along with new data collected in the IBHIS, forthcoming MHSA programs (Prevention and Early Intervention, Workforce Education and Training, and In Website

Debbie Innes-Gomberg (213) 251-6817 DIGomberg@dmh.lacounty.gov
Madera Peer/Family Support Specialists Hope House and Mountain Wellness Centers PEI Hope House (City of Madera) and the Mountain Wellness Center (Oakhurst) are two "drop-in-centers" with the primary goal of providing outreach and education services for community members who may be at risk of mental illness. Website

(559) 673-3508
Madera Housing Housing CSS On June 3, 2010, the Madera County Housing Plan was approved contingent upon the submission of specific project information. There is a collaborative effort for this project between Madera County Behavioral Health and the Housing Authority of the City of Website

(559) 673-3508
Madera SB82 Funded SB 82 SB 82 Three clinicians were funded through SB 82 funds to provide crisis services to residents of Madera and Oakhurst. One of the clinician is placed at the Emergency Department of Madera Community Hospital. One clinician is placed at the Madera Clinic and on Website

(559) 673-3508
Madera Unspecified Children/TAY FSPs CSS-FSP This program serves a target population of ages 0-25 who due to their mental illness experience out of home placement, isolation, juvenile justice involvement, homelessness and/or failure in achieving educational milestones. Individuals in the FSP recei Website

(559) 673-3508
Madera Unspecified Adult/Older Adult FSPs CSS-FSP This program serves target population of ages 26 and over who due to their mental illness are at risk of becoming unserved or underserved, being placed out of home, experiencing increased levels of isolation, involved in the criminal justice system, homel Website

(559) 673-3508
Madera Unspecified PEI Community and Family Education PEI These programs offer training in specific educational curriculums, e.g., Mental Health First Aid, Los Niño’s Bien Educados and the New Confident Parenting Program to any member of the public including clients, client family members, and staff. During FY Website

(559) 673-3508
Madera Unspecified PEI Statewide Programs PEI Madera County PEI Statewide dollars have been assigned to the Department of Mental Health and California Mental Health Authority (CalMHSA). The three programs are CalMHSA Suicide Prevention, CalMHSA Stigma and Discrimination Reduction, and CalMHSA Student Website

(559) 673-3508
Madera Unspecified PEI Regional Program Suicide Prevention Training PEI During FY 2011-12, Madera County BHS was able to tap into regional funds to have select staff trained in providing suicide prevention training. This training, ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) is an evidenced-based training. The ASIST Website

(559) 673-3508
Marin Crisis Support Crisis Continuum of Care CSS-OESD Crisis Planning aims to (1) increase clients’ knowledge, skills and network of support to decrease crises; (2) provide crisis plans to Psychiatric Emergency Services that increase the role of the client and their network of support in case of a crisis; an Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Crisis Support Mobile Crisis Teams SB 82 Two teams consisting of trained mental health professionals: one Licensed Mental Health Practitioner and one Peer Provider on each team. They will be responsive to people in the community who present in psychiatric crisis and could benefit from crisis int Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Crisis Support Transition (Triage Team) SB 82 The Transition Team will consist of three staff: One Licensed Mental Health Practitioner, one Peer Provider and one Family Partner. The triage team will be in operation from 10am -6pm five days a week. The LMHP will work with the Marin Housing Authority Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists Enterprise Resource Center Expansion CSS-OESD This Outreach and Engagement project involved expanding and enhancing Marin’s consumer-staffed Enterprise Resource Center by adding consumer positions and establishing a Wellness/Recovery Center in central Marin through enlarging and co-locating the Enter Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists ASOC (Adult System of Care) Development CSS-OESD This System Development expansion project was designed to expand and enhance supports and services available in Marin’s system of care for adults with serious mental illness and their families by: 1) increasing peer specialist services on the Adult Case M Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists Co-Occurring Capacity CSS-OESD The Alliance in Recovery (AIR) Program provides intensive outreach and engagement services for adults whose co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders have resulted in treatment failure in one or both treatment systems. Staffed by a County me Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Mentoring WET Peer mentors are used to support the success of consumers/family members who are entering the behavioral healthcare system as vocational drug/alcohol, domestic violence and mental health peer counselors while engaged in their course study. Mentors all hav Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists Youth Empowerment Services (YES)
(formerly CSOC-Children's System of Care)
CSS-FSP This program serves up to 40 youth at any one time with serious emotional disturbance at risk for high end services who may be referred from juvenile justice, County Community School, or Access staff. Clinical staff work with trained family partners to m Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists TAY (Transitional Age Youth) CSS-FSP This integrated multi-disciplinary service team program for 20 Transition Age Youth (16- 25) with serious mental illness or serious emotional disturbance is run by Sunny Hills Services and provides culturally competent mental health services, intensive ca Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists STAR (Support and Treatment after Release) Program CSS-FSP This multi-agency, multi-disciplinary team provides culturally competent, community-based services to 50 adults who have serious mental illness and current involvement with the criminal justice system. Operating in conjunction with the STAR mental health Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists HOPE (Helping Older People Excel) CSS-FSP This multi-agency, multi-disciplinary team serves 50 older adults, ages 60 and older, who have serious mental illness, and are isolated and at risk of out of home placement, hospitalization or homelessness. By providing a full range of integrated, cultura Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists ODYSSEY Program CSS-FSP This multi-disciplinary, multi-agency team provides culturally competent intensive, integrated services to 60 adults with serious mental illness who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. The program provides comprehensive assessment, individualized cli Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Peer/Family Support Specialists Southern Marin Service Site CSS-OESD A community-based, culturally competent, easily accessible mental health service site was opened in Southern Marin, an underserved area. Clients and families benefit from easy access to an array of mental health services including individual, family, and Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Reducing Disparities ASOC (Adult System of Care) Development CSS-OESD This System Development expansion project was designed to expand and enhance supports and services available in Marin’s system of care for adults with serious mental illness and their families by: 1) increasing peer specialist services on the Adult Case M Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Reducing Disparities Growing Roots: The Young Adult Services Project INN This Plan aims to reduce disparities in access to culturally competent behavioral health services for TAY from un/underserved populations (i.e.: race, ethnicity, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, geographic isolation, experiencing complex con Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Reducing Disparities Latino Community Connection PEI Train and support Promotores to provide outreach, education, support and linkages to services in Central, North and West Marin. Provide mental health education, screening, and assistance in a community-based organization in the Canal District. Produce a w Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Reducing Disparities Vietnamese Community Connection PEI Train and support Community Health Advocates to provide outreach, education, and linkages to services. Provide mental health education, screening and assistance. These services help to bridge the cultural and language barriers that contribute to the Vietn Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Housing Fireside Apartments Housing MHSA Housing Program funding was used to leverage a set-aside of 5 furnished housing for seniors in the Fireside Apartments, a 50-unit affordable housing development. The MHSAHP housing serves older adults (62 years and older) who, at the time of assessm Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin SB82 Funded Mobile Crisis Teams SB 82 Two teams consisting of trained mental health professionals: one Licensed Mental Health Practitioner and one Peer Provider on each team. They will be responsive to people in the community who present in psychiatric crisis and could benefit from crisis int Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin SB82 Funded Transition (Triage Team) SB 82 The Transition Team will consist of three staff: One Licensed Mental Health Practitioner, one Peer Provider and one Family Partner. The triage team will be in operation from 10am -6pm five days a week. The LMHP will work with the Marin Housing Authority Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Early Childhood Health Consultation PEI Provides training and support to staff of early childhood education sites to identify children whose behavior indicates social/emotional difficulties, develop a plan for meeting the child’s needs, and to assist the family. Trainings provided to strengthe Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Triple P - Parenting Education and Support PEI A broad range of providers working with at-risk families have been trained in an evidence-based method for educating and supporting families with parenting challenges. Goal is to reduce adverse childhood experiences and out of home placements. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Transition Age Youth Prevention & Early Intervention PEI Provides mental health education, screening, and assistance for transition age youth (16-25 years old). Services include behavioral health screening and brief intervention at teen clinics and psycho-education groups for at-risk TAY at participating high s Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Integrating Behavioral Health in Primary Care PEI Expands access to behavioral health services in primary health care settings for under- and uninsured populations, include behavioral health education, screening, and assistance that is coordinated with physical health care services. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Older Adult PEI PEI This program provides behavioral health screening and brief intervention to older adults who are experiencing transitions or other risk factor. In addition, providers are trained to identify and refer at-risk older adults. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Community and Provider Prevention and Early Intervention Training PEI Mental Health First Aid (an evidence-based training to educate about mental health and substance use signs and symptoms, helping somebody access services, and reducing stigma), as well as other trainings, are provided for community members and providers. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified School Age Prevention and Early Intervention PEI A range of prevention and support services available for K-8 students and their families. Currently provided in San Rafael City Schools, Sausalito Marin City School District, and Shoreline School District. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Veterans Community Connection PEI Support for veterans in the criminal justice system to complete mental health treatment plans. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Statewide Prevention and Early Intervention PEI Support for statewide efforts regarding Student Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Stigma Reduction, as well as the local Suicide Prevention Hotline. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified System-Wide Dual Diagnosis Training WET Culturally competent co-occurring training to the Mental Health and Substance Use Services system and it's community based organizations. Provide training in evidence based practices. Trainings to be determine through a WET Committee made up of county s Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Family Focused Training WET Trainings are provided in areas identified by family members as necessary to increase families’ capacity to support consumers, qualify for employment within the mental health system, and participate in planning and policy within the system. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Scholarships for Underserved Consumers and Family Members WET Scholarships for consumers, family members and members of under-represented populations are provided when the educational program will result in possible entry to or advancement within the public mental health system. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Community Based Organization (CBO) Intern Stipends WET Stipends for CBO based interns that are able to serve consumers in a culturally and linguistically relevant manner. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Training Initiatives WET Trainings are provided in areas identified by consumers as necessary to increase consumers capacity to advocate for consumers, qualify for employment within the mental health system, and participate in planning and policy within the system. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified MHSUS Intern Stipends WET Stipends are provided for mental health practitioner interns in our APA accredited internship program in order to fill hard-to-fill positions and to increase the diversity of Marin's workforce. Because we are able to provide stipends Marin County has been Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified WET Coordination WET Under the responsibility of the division's Ethnic Services and Training Manager, WET coordination provides all aspects of training-related planning, implementation and evaluation of county-sponsored training opportunities to its staff and agency partners. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions (formerly California Institute for Mental Health) WET Each year, one person from Marin attends the California Institute of Mental Health (CIMH) Leadership Training to strengthen leadership and manage system transformation in the public mental health system. The group of alumni meets quarterly with the Mental Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Practice Management CFTN ShareCare practice management system has modernized and transformed Marin’s clinical and administrative systems. Continued updates include adding a technology position which increased Marin’s capacity to generate customizable financial and clinical repor Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Scanning CFTN Implementation of IMAVISER, a scanning application fully integrates with our EHR, Clinician's Gateway. System capability will incorporate paper documents electronically, which allows authorized clinical staff at any workstation to access key documents ne Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified E-Prescribing CFTN RxNT provides e-prescribing capacity to Marin’s providers to ensure accuracy and timeliness of prescriptions. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Electronic Health Record Upgrade CFTN Clinicians Gateway has modernized and transformed clinical and administrative systems. Upgrades and enhancement meet Federal and State Meaningful Use guidelines. Data collection capability, forms and reporting upgrades were made to the system. Electronic Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Behavioral health Information Crosswalk CFTN Furthers the integration efforts of MHSUS (AOD/MH) by reducing duplication and improve care coordination and interoperability between systems within our electronic health records and data sharing capabilities. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Marin Unspecified Consumer and Family Empowerment CFTN Provides for computers, software, and computer education at the consumer resource center. Website

Kasey Clarke kclarke@marincounty.org
415.473.7465
Mariposa Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Support WET Through a contract with a community based organization the Wellness Drop in Center serves a variety of populations with recovery support. Stipend Peer Specialist provide lived experienced help for persons in mental health recovery. Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness Center CSS,PEI,WET Through a contract with a community based organization the Wellness Drop in Center serves a variety of populations with recovery support. Stipend Peer Specialist provide lived experienced help for persons in mental health recovery. Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa SB82 Funded TRAC SB 82-PEI A daytime Crisis / Triage Team to respond with law enforcement, to the jail, to community based organizations, to schools and to our medical partners not only during times of crisis but to intervene in situations that may reach higher levels of crisis. Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa Unspecified Adult Full Service Partnerships CSS Provides “whatever it takes” to help adult consumers who have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness. Consumers and staff enter into a Full Service Partnership with recovery as a goal. Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa Unspecified Children's Full Service Partnerships CSS CARE Unit is our children's MHSA Full Service Partnership program. Consumers, family members, and staff enter into a partnership with recovery and wellness as its goal. The program focuses on trauma‐exposed, serious psychiatric illness, youth in stressed Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa Unspecified Mental Health First Aid PEI MHFA teaches participants the signs of addictions and mental illness. The impact of mental and substance use disorders, a 5 step action plan to assess a situation and help, along with local resources and where to turn for help. Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa Unspecified School Site PEI PEI School site counselors implement Project SMILE a youth to youth mentoring program and Friends Rock both designed to increase resiliency in at risk youth. Additionally, on site counselors provide early intervention counseling and make referrals for youth Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa Unspecified Adult Team Meetings INN A team approach program designed to meet the needs of adults with mental illness experiencing multiple risk factors including repeat hospitalizations, homelessness, law enforcement contact, involvement with child welfare services. The program is under Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa Unspecified Medical Records/ Anasazi CFTN Anasazi Medical Health Records allow us to capture all of our documentation for client services including tracking prescriptions and lab reports. This is along with reports on staff productivity. Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa Unspecified Family Service Center CFTN Our Family Service Center that was built with capital facilities funds located next to our Human Service building is used for counseling and the apartment like setting is also used for family meetings for both CSS programs and CWS. Website

(209) 966-2000 Mariposa County Human Services PO Box 99 5362 Lemee Lane Mariposa, CA 95338
Mendocino Crisis Support AB 1421 Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT)   The Assisted Outpatient Treatment program was implemented January 1, 2016. Four (4) clients at a time will be designated as Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) clients. Candidates for this program will be for those over 18, with severe and Persistent Men Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Crisis Support Dual Diagnosis CSS This program provides Substance Use Disorder Treatment (SUDT) for those with severe emotional disturbance and severe and persistent mental illness. The program is designed to assist the client in substance use education and prevention and to overcome abu Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Peer/Family Support Specialists Senior Peer Counseling PEI Senior Peer Counseling program is a project to decrease client risk factors for depression, decrease isolation, decrease risk for psychiatric hospitalizations, and identify and appropriately respond to client indicators of suicide risk through training an Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness and Recovery Centers CSS-OESD Centers are currently located in Ukiah, Willits, and Fort Bragg. Resource Centers are available in Laytonville and Gualala, thus covering most of the County. The centers provide services for Full Service Partners and other Adults and Older Adults with ser Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Peer/Family Support Specialists Education, De-stigmatization, and Peer Support PEI The Education, De-stigmatization, and Peer Support Program provides prevention and early intervention services to students throughout Mendocino County by using Interactive Education Modules and Peer Support Groups. Youth workers will deliver the Breaking Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnerships for Transition Age Youth (TAY) CSS-FSP Transition Age Youth (TAY) 16-25 up to the 26th birthday. Programs provide services to build resiliency and promote independence and recovery in the transition age youth population. Services include: Full Service Partnerships, the TAY Wellness program (wh Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnerships for Adults CSS-FSP Adult Services Program focuses on providing services for adults to ensure consumers receive an array of services to support their recovery from severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI), build resiliency, and promote independence. Services include Full Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnerships for Children, Youth, and Families CSS-FSP The Children and Family Services Program includes services to children of all ages, with a focus on the underserved 0-5 age group, a focus on the underserved Latino and Native American children. Services offered are broad screening and assessment of very Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Full Service Partnerships for Older Adults CSS-FSP Older Adult Services Program will focus on the Older Adult Services Program continuing to provide services for the improvement of the aging population’s quality of life, resiliency, and independence. These services are provided by a network of Mental Heal Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Behavioral Health Court CSS This program is a Full Service Partnership Program for adults 18 and over, (TAY, Adult, and Older Adults) that focuses on those who are incarcerated, on supervised release, on parole or probation, or at risk of incarceration. Ten (10) clients at a time ca Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Outreach and Engagement CSS-OESD Mendocino County Mental Health Plan Providers will attempt to reach out to, identify, and engage un-served & underserved populations in the community that may be suffering from severe emotional disturbance or severe and persistent mental illness, but may Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Bilingual/Bicultural Therapy for Latino Children and Families (CFSOC) CSS-OESD Bilingual and bicultural services to our remote, Tribal, and Latino communities are provided through Mental Health Plan Providers. A clinical team provides services to tribal members and families throughout the county. This team also provides services to Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Parent Partner Program CSS-OESD Mendocino’s Parent Partner Program provides services through Family Resource Centers in rural communities. Bicultural/bilingual parent partners link with our Family Resource Centers, Tribal Communities, and other resources to provide services to families Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Therapeutic Services to Tribal and Latino Communities CSS-OESD Bilingual and bicultural services to our remote Tribal and Latino communities are provided through Mental Health Providers. Service providers offer outreach and engagementservices to Latino and Tribal members and families throughout the county. These prog Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Children and Family Services Program & TAY PEI The goal of the PEI project for Children & Transition Age Youth in Mendocino County is to screen for symptoms of early onset of psychosis. The team developed a screening tool to be used as a guide for counselors and other health care providers to recogni Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Education, De-stigmatization, and Peer Support PEI The Education, De-stigmatization, and Peer Support Program provides prevention and early intervention services to students throughout Mendocino County by using Interactive Education Modules and Peer Support Groups. Youth workers will deliver the Breaking Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Prevention Collaboration PEI The PEI Prevention Collaboration provides education, destigmatization, peer support, and support services to youth in schools. Groups in Schools are a project of the Mendocino County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services in cooperation with a Mental Hea Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Reducing Disparities Prevention: Older Adults PEI The goal of the Adult & older Adult PEI Program is to work to decrease client risk factors and isolation, decreasing psychiatric hospitalizations, and to identify and appropriately respond to client indicators of suicide risk and depression. Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Housing MHSA Housing Program CSS The MHSA Housing Program is in its development stage. The County completed a Request for Proposal (RFP) process to select a development company, which was awarded to Rural Community Housing Development Corporation (RCHDC). Community program planning proce Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Housing TAY Wellness Program CSS Transition Age Youth (16-25), FSP are eligible for a supported housing and wraparound program designed to develop healthy relationships, improve access to education and vocational development, support life skills and finance management, secure and maintai Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino SB82 Funded SB 82 Mental Health Wellness Grant SB 82/CSS A proposed a Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) facility to be funded primarily through the Wellness grant. Funds were awarded to Mendocino County, which will support the establishment of a CRT facility that will be supported additionally in part by MHSA/ Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Unspecified Suicide Prevention Program PEI The goal of the project is to actively engage the community to promote mental health, prevent suicide, and reduce stigma across the lifespan. Suicide Prevention is addressed in MHSA Forums to determine the community’s unique needs and develop action plans Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Unspecified Capital Facilities and Technology CFTN This component plan will provide an overview in the current technological needs of the mental health program that will be required to meet Meaningful Use Standards as set by the California Health Information Technology (HIT) Executive Order. The goal of t Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Unspecified Broad Screening and Assessment of Very Young Children (ages 0-5) CSS-OESD Providers Mendocino County continues to implement, a screening and assessment program for all 0-5 year olds. Children referred for mental health services that do not have insurance or private resources may be eligible for MHSA funding for treatment. Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Unspecified Early Intervention, Katie A., Wraparound CSS-OESD Mental Health and Child Welfare Services (CWS) work in collaboration to provide Mental Health services when a child qualifies for services based on the Katie A. subclass criteria. Mendocino County has redesigned the service delivery through collaboration Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Unspecified Support Services CSS-OESD Mental Health Plan providers provide outreach and support services for Children, Youth, and Families throughout Mendocino County who have been screened using the Brief Screening Survey for Adolescents and Young Adults for symptoms of serious Mental Illnes Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Unspecified Innovations INN The Innovation Project Proposal goal is to learn how a small isolated rural community can work together with Mendocino County providers to increase access to Crisis Response Systems in these targeted rural communities and build on their community cultural Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Unspecified Mental Health Loan Assumption Program WET Funds from this component will provide scholarships and loan assistance to those willing to make a commitment to work with the public mental health system. Funded coursework must be applicable to a certificate or degree related to the mental health field Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Mendocino Unspecified Workforce Education and Training Staffing Workgroup and Subcommittees WET The WET Coordinator will convene a regular work group meeting with community stakeholders and parties interested in mental health workforce development. The Coordinator will assist with the work group in identifying training priorities. Work Group meeting Website

Robin Meloche MHSA Coordinator (707) 472-2332 melocher@co.mendocino.ca.us
Merced Crisis Support Wraparound, Empowerment, Compassion and Needs (WeCan) - Youth/TAY Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The WeCan program is a WRAP program which was and is able to provide services to children and families outside of the "office" environment. Services are delivered in the clients' home, school, and community, thereby reducing stigma of coming to a facility Website

Rebecca Hunwardsen Program Supervisor (209) 726-3090 ext. 5024 RHunwardsen@aspiranet.org
Merced Crisis Support Community Assistance Recovery Enterprise (CARE) - Adult and Older Adult Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP CARE implements a 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week intensive case management approach. The multidisciplinary team comprised of case worker, clinicians, substance abuse specialist, housing and employment specialist, nurses, and psychiatrists to assist members Website

Vong Chang Program Manager (209) 723-6559 ext. 2802 VongChang@tpcp.org
Merced Crisis Support Community Outreach Program Engagement and Education (COPE) CSS-OESD COPE provides outreach to engage the unserved and/or racially disparate populations through: Community Access to Recovery Services (CARS), Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), general Outreach and Engagement. Priority populations to be served include children Website

C.A.R.S. Trechann Barber-Jacinto Mental Health Coordinator (209) 381-6808
Merced Crisis Support CSS in Schools and Communities CSS School-based program that provides comprehensive mental health services; facilitates ongoing therapy for individual students in the school; group therapy based on the specific needs of students at multiple campuses; links students, parents, staff, and com Website

Merced, Winton, Weaver, Atwater, Delhi, and Hilmar Betty Hoskins Program Manager (209) 381-6800 ext. 3277 BHoskins@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Crisis Support MAPS (Mental Health and Police in Schools) PEI MAPS is a collaborative programs between Merced County Department of Mental Health and the Livingston Police Department. A Mental Health Clinician and a Police Officer work together to keep youth in schools, educate them to stay out of trouble, and reduce Website

Chief Ruben Chavez Chief of Police (209) 394-5581 RChavez@livingstonpd.org
Merced Crisis Support Golden Valley Health Center Westside Integrated Primary Care-Hispanic Community PEI Integrates mental health and primary care. Bicultural, bilingual clinician sees patients who have never accessed and would not likely access traditional mental health settings. Relatively low stigma of primary care setting and high level of integration of Website

Allyse Alford Project Manager (209) 385-5231 AAlford@gvhc.org
Merced Crisis Support Merced Lao Family Community Inc. Integrated Primary Care - Hmong Community PEI Outreaches to the unserved and underserved Southeast Asian adult population. Provides assessment or screening through PHQ-9. Clients who present mild mental health symptoms have the opportunity to receive brief counseling to reduce their symptoms. Website

Siacha Thao Behavioral Health Clinician (209) 384-7384 PEI@laofamilymerced.org
Merced Crisis Support Juvenile Behavioral Court PEI The Merced County Juvenile Behavioral Health Court is a three year Innovative funded court-supervised program for minors diagnosed primarily with an Axis I mental illness and who are wards of the Juvenile Delinquency Court. The focus of the program is t Website

Betty Hoskins Program Manager (209) 381-6800 ext. 3277 BHoskins@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Peer/Family Support Specialists The Merced Wellness Center (WC) CSS-OESD The Merced Wellness Center (WC) continues in its commitment to reaching out to and serving all severely mentally ill consumers of Merced County in a culturally competent manner. The WC provides Consumer driven services that include, but are not limited t Website

Cara Rupp Lead Mental Health Clinician (209) 381-6874 ext. 6865 CRupp@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Peer/Family Support Specialists Westside Transitional Center CSS-OESD Component of the Los Banos outpatient mental health treatment program. The aim of the program is to serve mentally ill adults of Los Banos and the surrounding area including Santa Nella, Gustine, and Dos Palos. While the Westside Transitional Center is st Website

Jon Masuda Program Manager (209) 710-6127 ext. 6125 JMasuda@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Peer/Family Support Specialists Community United by Empowerment (CUBE) CSS-OESD The CUBE builds upon and operationalize the concepts of the MHSA. The performance of the CUBE has implemented the five essential principles inherent in the MHSA. The CUBE is fully youth-driven, sustains a wellness focus of recovery and resilience, partne Website

Lori Keegan Lead Mental Health Clinician (209) 381-6800 ext. 3654 LKeegan@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Peer/Family Support Specialists Dual Diagnosis Program (DDP) CSS-OESD DDP is the county’s only dual recovery program for co-occurring disorders, utilizing an approach that helps people recover by offering mental health and substance abuse services at the same time and in one setting. The overall goal of Dual Diagnosis Prog Website

Tony Ryland Program Manager (209) 381-6800 ext. 3625 TRyland@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Peer/Family Support Specialists Caring Kids PEI Provides intervention services to promote the optimal social and emotional development of children ages 0-5 throughout Merced County. Provides parents, child-care providers, and teachers with the assistance needed to nurture and give positive social and e Website

Monica Adrian Program Manager (209) 381-6790 ext. 6146 MAdrian@mcoe.org
Merced Peer/Family Support Specialists Middle School Mentoring PEI The Middle School Mentoring Program is an expanded State funded alcohol and drug prevention program for middle school children. The program works towards alcohol and drug prevention through a peer mentoring model, pairing trained high school leaders with Website

Christopher Jensen Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention Specialist (209) 381-6809 Christoher.Jensen@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Peer/Family Support Specialists Transition to Independence (TIP) PEI The Transition to Independence Process (TIP) is a program that addresses the unique needs of transition age youth (14-25 years old) with emotional and behavioral difficulties (EBD) by preparing them for their movement into adult roles through an individua Website

Jennifer Souza Program Supervisor (209) 725-2125 ext. 7521 JSouza@aspiranet.org
Merced Peer/Family Support Specialists NAMI Merced County PEI NAMI is a mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI Merced County offers a wide range of classes on understanding how to cope with your own or a family member's mental illn Website

Kristin Rieg President (209) 756-6529 the_awesomes@rocketmail.com
Merced Reducing Disparities Southeast Asian Community Advocacy CSS-OESD Southeast Asian Community Advocacy (SEACAP) - Outreach to underserved Southeast Asian population, linking them to unstructured support groups to increase participation, continuing necessary services with evaluation through assessment and completing plan o Website

Ge Thao Program Manager (209) 726-4574 mhs@laofamilymerced.org
Merced Reducing Disparities Community Outreach Program Engagement and Education (COPE) CSS-OESD COPE provides outreach to engage the unserved and/or racially disparate populations through a partnership with Public Health. Priority populations to be served include children, youth (TAY), adults and older adults. The program concentrates on educating t Website

Katherine Oestman Supervising Health Educator (209) 381-1266 KOestman@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Reducing Disparities Castle Family Health Center Integrated Primary Care PEI Integrates mental health and primary care. Bicultural, bilingual clinician sees patients who have never accessed and would not likely access traditional mental health settings. Relatively low stigma of primary care setting and high level of integration of Website

Peter Mojarras Director of Operations (209) 381-2000 MorjarrasP@cfhcinc.org
Merced Reducing Disparities Livingston Community Health Cultural Brokers PEI Provides outreach and engagement services to the Livingston community. Educates community leaders on mental health illnesses and symptoms. Works towards reducing stigma associated to mental health illnesses and services. Website

Griselda Vazquez Cultural Broker (209) 394-1347 GVazquez@visitlch.org
Merced Reducing Disparities Livingston Community Health Integrated Primary Care PEI Integrates mental health and primary care. Bicultural, bilingual clinician sees patients who have never accessed and would not likely access traditional mental health settings. Relatively low stigma of primary care setting and high level of integration of Website

Karissa Moreno Chief Operations Officer (209) 394-1356 KMoreno@visitlch.org
Merced Reducing Disparities Golden Valley Health Center/Cultural Brokers - Hispanic Community PEI Provides prevention services (stress management) to students at Central Valley Opportunity Center. GVHC participated in community events such as "Celebration of Fatherhood" and Rock d Block" to provide early intervention services to help reduce cultural a Website

Erick Mendoza Cultural Broker Coordinator (209) 385-5526 EMendoza@gvhc.org
Merced Reducing Disparities Merced Lao Family Community Inc. Cultural Brokers - Hmong Community PEI Provides outreach to the unserved and underserved Southeast Asian adult population so that they become more aware of and are more comfortable accessing mental health services. Delivers educational television segments on our Hmong television program. Conti Website

Lue Thao Cultural Broker (209) 384-7384 PEI@laofamilymerced.org
Merced Reducing Disparities Veterans PEI The Veterans Office provides services to veterans of United States military services, their spouses, dependents, and/or survivors, to assist them in the prevention or treatment of mental health or substance abuse problems. Staff consults with veterans dur Website

John Ceccoli County Veteran Services Officer (209) 385-3000 ext. 5417 JCeccoli@hsa.co.merced.ca.us
Merced Reducing Disparities PEI Strengthening Families PEI Recruits family and community partners to focus on the developmental milestones of life transitions in diverse and non-traditional settings. Strengthens families and builds on existing resiliency. Decreases risk factors and enhances nurturing and attachme Website

Sharon Jones MHSA Coordinator (209) 381-6800 ext. 3611 SJones@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Reducing Disparities Expansion and Improvement of Telemedicine (Technology) CFTN Expands access to psychiatric services for County residents who live in rural or outlying communities, overcoming transportation-related access barriers and a shortage of qualified psychiatric staff in the County and region. Telemedicine, particularly tec Website

Sharon Mendonca Assistant Director (209) 381-6803 SMendonca@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Housing The Merced Wellness Center (WC) CSS-OESD The Merced Wellness Center (WC) continues in its commitment to reaching out to and serving all severely mentally ill consumers of Merced County in a culturally competent manner. The WC provides Consumer driven services that include, but are not limited t Website

Cara Rupp Lead Mental Health Clinician (209) 381-6874 ext. 6865 CRupp@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Unspecified Older Adult System of Care (OASOC) CSS-OESD The Older Adult System of Care focuses on individuals age 60 and over that are unserved, underserved, homeless, or at risk of homelessness, institutionalization or hospitalization. A primary focus of the OASOC is upon the Hispanic population with bilingua Website

Alexandra Pierce Deputy Director Adult and Aging Services (209) 710-6250 ext. 6252 APierce@hsa.co.merced.ca.us
Merced Unspecified Adult Mental Health Court CSS The Adult Mental Health Court program is a problem solving court and release program that combines judicial supervision with community mental health treatment and other support services in order to reduce criminal activity and improve the quality of life Website

Tony Ryland Program Manager (209) 381-6800 ext. 3625 TRyland@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Unspecified Workforce Education and Training Coordination WET Provides oversight and supervision to Merced County Mental Health Department MHSA education and training component as outlined in the State approved plan. Responsible for development and maintenance of all related activities ensuring contract compliance w Website

Sharon Jones MHSA Coordinator (209) 381-6800 ext. 3611 SJones@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance WET Provides staff development training; e-Learning; in a culturally responsive manner. Website

Gina Doxsey eLearning Developer (415) 458-5900 Gina@trilogyir.com
Merced Unspecified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Certification Program WET Partners with Merced College to deliver CA Association of Social Rehabilitation Agencies (CASRA) curriculum. Participants include consumers, family members, county staff and community members. Website

Susie Williamson Professor (209) 386-6735 Linda.Williamson@mccd.edu
Merced Unspecified Stipends and/or Scholarships and Grants WET Contracts with California State University, Stanislaus for educational stipends for first year and second year students pursuing a master's in social work. Students are placed throughout the Community. Website

Barbara Dimberg Master of Social Work Program (209) 667-3091 BDimberg@csustan.edu
Merced Unspecified Clinical Social Worker/Marriage and Family Therapist Internship Program WET Partners with the Central Region Workforce, Education and Training to provide clinical supervision to our social workers and MFT interns, including individual supervision upon request. Website

Barbara Dimberg Master of Social Work Program (209) 667-3091 BDimberg@csustan.edu
Merced Unspecified Second Steps/iMatter 1 PEI Second Steps/iMatter 1 Program is a collaborative program between Merced County Office of Education and Sierra Vista Child & Family Services. iMatter 1 is a school based social skills program for school aged children that teaches social emotional skills Website

Jenna Nunes Program Supervisor (209) 205-1058 JNunes@sierravistacares.org
Merced Unspecified PEARLS Program/Human Service Agency PEI Provides outreach and prevention and early intervention services for homebound older adults (60+ years) at risk for depression or suicide. Uses Program to Encourage Active and Rewarding Lives (PEARLS) model. Increases knowledge of signs/symptoms of depres Website

Christine Bobbitt Senior Service Program Supervisor (209) 385-7550 CBobbitt@hsa.co.merced.ca.us
Merced Unspecified Electronic Health Records (Technology) CFTN EHRs enable MCDMH and contract providers to offer mental health services to consumers and family members in a more cost-effective, efficient, and accountable manner while fulfilling state and federal mandates and to accomplishing MHSA goals of modernizati Website

Sharon Mendonca Assistant Director (209) 381-6803 SMendonca@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Unspecified Development and Implementation of a Virtual Office System CFTN Improves and modernizes consumer services by enabling mental health workers, operating in the field, to utilize laptop computers and the internet. Incorporates field services into MCDMH’s Integrated Information Systems Infrastructure plan. Website

Sharon Mendonca Assistant Director (209) 381-6803 SMendonca@co.merced.ca.us
Merced Unspecified Purchase a 5-acre lot and building at corner of B and Childs (Church lot) (Capital Facilities) CFTN Provides a single contiguous home from which to develop our future vision. Overcomes disconnection between MCDMH administration, programs and participant and current lack of permanent County-owned land and facilities dedicated to MHSA-related activities. Website

Sharon Mendonca Assistant Director (209) 381-6803 SMendonca@co.merced.ca.us
Modoc Crisis Support Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy PEI The goal of TF-CBT is to help address the biopsychosocial needs of children with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or other problems related to traumatic life experience, and their parents or primary caregiver. It is a model of psychotherapy that comb Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Crisis Support System Transformation Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP & OESD Serves County residents 0-60+. Includes funding for client, family member and caregiver support, personnel, mental health clinician for crisis component, mental health services specialist for partnership with wraparound, mental health clinician coordinato Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Peer/Family Support Specialists System Transformation Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP & OESD Serves County residents 0-60+. Includes funding for client, family member and caregiver support, personnel, mental health clinician for crisis component, mental health services specialist for partnership with wraparound, mental health clinician coordinato Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Reducing Disparities Community Asset Building PEI Supports a community-wide prevention effort, using the Search Institute's 40 Developmental Assets, that focuses the widest deployment of community resources to build assets for children, youth and their families. The Prevention Collaborative has initiate Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Reducing Disparities Primary Intervention Program PEI Supplements our broad community asset-building efforts, providing early intervention to children with early indications of trauma, school difficulties and family problems. The program covers children in grades K-6 in three school sites. Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Reducing Disparities Strengthening Families Program PEI Provides early intervention and support for adolescents and their parents through the Strengthening Families Program, a SAMHSA Model Program. Although the program is open to the community at large, special outreach is made to families involved in the juve Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Unspecified Workforce Education and Training Project Support WET Provides staff support to implement and coordinate all actions funded by the Workforce Education and Training plan. Supports consumer and family member transitions to employment; strengthens the mental health workforce by strengthening recruitment effort Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Unspecified Collaborative Partnership Training and Technical Assistance WET Provides consultant and training resources to improve the capacity of Modoc County Mental Health staff, consumer and family member partners, and partner agencies to better deliver services. Expands capacity to provide services that support wellness, recov Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Unspecified Career Pathways WET Designs recruitment and training/educational programs that will engage and prepare individuals for a career in public mental health. Priority given to those with consumer/family member experience, Hispanic or Native American candidates, Spanish linguistic Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Unspecified Financial Incentives WET Funds educational stipends for up to two individuals seeking psychiatric nurse practitioner, graduate level social work education and licensing, or other core positions difficult to fill in small, rural, isolated counties, such as Modoc. Website

(530) 233-6312
Modoc Unspecified Telemedicine and software upgrades CFTN In conjunction with a grant from Tele-health, acquiring computers and equipment for telehealth and other web-based services. Also, purchased a new Electronic Health Record and Practice Management Software system. Website

(530) 233-6312
Mono Crisis Support Crisis Team CSS-OESD Support for those who are in crisis. Provide 24/7 assessments for persons who may be harm to self, others, or gravely disabled. Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Crisis Support Student Mental Health; Suicide Prevention; Stigma Reduction PEI Provide Prevention and Early Intervention in Mono County Schools regarding student mental health, healthy choices, and anti-bullying. Provides Crisis support and stabilization for all county residents. Provides stigma reduction in each community with st Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Peer/Family Support Specialists Socialization and Wellness Centers CSS-OESD Two socialization and wellness centers spread throughout Mono County; (north, Mammoth Lakes, southeast region) serves transition age youth, adults and older adults. Allow for one-stop-shopping, meeting many of consumers' health, social service, mental he Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Peer/Family Support Specialists Ongoing Employment and Educational Staff Support WET Provides employment and educational supports to consumer and family members, including those from diverse communities. Focuses on essential skill sets and supports to promote success in employment. Emphasizes supporting consumer and consumer family member Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Reducing Disparities Racial Ethnic Disparity Coalition OESD Joined R.E.D. with Mono County Probation to address disparities related to race and ethnicity Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Reducing Disparities Student Mental Health; Suicide Prevention; Stigma Reduction PEI Provide Prevention and Early Intervention in Mono County Schools regarding student mental health, healthy choices, and anti-bullying. Provides Crisis support and stabilization for all county residents. Provides stigma reduction in each community with st Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Reducing Disparities Peapod (Parenting) Program INN Provides two new parent support groups in Mammoth Lakes; one serves Spanish-speaking mothers. Provides a new parent support group in the Benton/Chalfant area of Mono County (southeast region) and similar support in the north end of the County. Peapod prog Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Housing Supported & Transitional Housing CSS Provides help with locating and/or securing affordable housing as needed and when possible. Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Unspecified MHSA Workforce Education and Training Coordination WET Funds clinical staff and support staff to coordinate the planning and development of the Workforce Education and Training component (WETC). Enables Mono County to effectively outreach to our diverse communities, coordinate a stakeholder input process, con Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Unspecified Student Loan Repayment Program for Professional Staff WET Links financial incentives to workforce development. The County makes student loan payments directly to the lending institution of eligible employees. Requires that the student loan was for the purpose of obtaining a degree that would make them license-e Website

(760) 924.1740
Mono Unspecified Tuition reimbursement of paraprofessional staff WET Expands existing program to include paraprofessional staff. Begins a local incentive program to encourage and support existing staff, consumers, and family members in seeking career development and advancement. Incumbents employed in a paraprofessional s Website

(760) 924.1740
Monterey Crisis Support Mobile Crisis SB 82 Crisis Team staff are dispatched out to calls for service through county communications at law enforcement’s request.  Also, behavioral health outpatient staff can alert mobile crisis staff regarding clients who may be decompensating and a welfare check c www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Melanie Rhodes (831) 796-1742 RhodesM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Crisis Support Crisis Intervention CSS Expansion of Crisis Intervention Training for Law Enforcement, Dispatch, ambulance, fire First Responders; On-Call Mental Health Consultation. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Melanie Rhodes (831) 796-1742 RhodesM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Crisis Support Critical Incident Debriefing PEI This program provides individuals who have been traumatized by witnessing violence or a traumatic incident with needed professional assistance. Debriefings are conducted on or near the site of a violent or traumatic incident, usually within a 24 to 72 hou www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Melanie Rhodes (831) 796-1742 RhodesM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Crisis Support Suicide Prevention PEI The expansion of the Suicide Prevention Line has increased the capacity for a 24-hour toll free multi-lingual suicide crisis line that ensures services are accessible to all residents at-risk of suicide. Services include: crisis intervention, information www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Elizabeth Ambriz (831) 755-4581 ambrize@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Crisis Support Mental Health Services for the Archer Child Advocacy Center PEI This program serves as an early intervention effort to mitigate the long term effects of child abuse. This program provides mental health assessments, referral and brief therapy to children who have been sexually assaulted, and also provides crisis suppor www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Marni Sandoval (831) 784-2170 SandovalMR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Preservation CSS-OESD Provides "home partner" supportive services to families of youth at risk of being removed from their homes. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Tom Berg (831) 796-1513 BergTS@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Support Wellness Navigators PEI Improves access to mental health care, makes access more comprehensive and culturally sensitive, and facilitates more timely entry to care. Navigators are knowledgeable about treatment options, screening and assessment tools, individual education plans an www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Kacy Carr (831) 755-8941 CarrK@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer to Peer Counseling PEI Provides adults with a structured form of mutual support in a setting of agreed confidentiality, allowing consumers a safe environment. Support groups are consumer driven with consumer leadership opportunities. Minimal guidance by a mental health clinicia www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Partners for Health PEI The Peer Partners for Health training and peer support program focuses on clients who are either in the crisis residential program at Manzanita and/or the Natividad Medical Center in-patient unit to help them with their transition into the community after www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Adult Wellness Center (OMNI Resource Center) PEI The OMNI Resource Center is a FREE, peer and family member run mental health wellness center. The OMNI Resource Center (OMNI) offers innovative healing, leadership and supportive programs in a welcoming and inclusive environment that promotes personal con www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Success Over Stigma PEI The “Success Over Stigma” program focuses on consumer advocacy and outreach. The program promotes consumer involvement in planning and executing mental health services and anti-stigma messaging in the community, including training Monterey County consumer www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Senior Peer Counseling PEI Volunteers support their peers in meeting he challenges of aging, (e.g., dealing with depression, grief, loss, isolation and other stressors). Senior peer counselors go through an intensive training program and are supervised by professionals. The program www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bev Movson (831) 647-7834 Movsonb@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Self-Help Support and Advocacy PEI NAMI Monterey County provides individual and group support, outreach services, family to family education courses for family members and care providers of adults living with mental illness, “provider education” presentations to mental health professionals www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Support Groups PEI Offers support groups to families of individuals with mental illness so that they can be part of a stable community of persons living with similar problems and concerns. Groups enhance families' understanding of the signs and symptoms of mental illness. O www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bev Movson (831) 647-7834 Movsonb@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Peer/Family Support Specialists Epicenter "Voices" PEI The youth-led community center provides resources and counseling for youth ages 16-24, especially those who are transitioning out of foster care. Services include information, referral and linkage, coaching and mentoring, training, healthy eating and lif www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Dana Edgull (831) 796-6110 EdgullDR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities Peer Support Wellness Navigators PEI Improves access to mental health care, makes access more comprehensive and culturally sensitive, and facilitates more timely entry to care. Navigators are knowledgeable about treatment options, screening and assessment tools, individual education plans an www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Kacy Carr (831) 755-8941 CarrK@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities Peer Partners for Health PEI The Peer Partners for Health training and peer support program focuses on clients who are either in the crisis residential program at Manzanita and/or the Natividad Medical Center in-patient unit to help them with their transition into the community after www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities Workforce Support & Counseling CSS This program provides services to people with disabilities such as information and referral, housing assistance, individual advocacy, peer support, personal assistance services, independent living skills training, systems advocacy, assistive technology su www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Kacy Carr (831) 755-8941 CarrK@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities LGBTQ Outreach and Counseling PEI Provides mental health outreach to LGBTQ individuals. Services are client engagement, early intervention and improvement in personal functioning through culturally competent mental health counseling services. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Pedro Perez (831) 796-1748 PerezP@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities LGBTQ Services PEI Increase access to culturally and linguistically sensitive mental Health Services for the LGBTQ Community by conducting annual staff/provider training to decrease stigma and to increase awareness and comfort level on LGBTQ issues, data collection on the www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Rose Moreno (831) 755-4716 MorenoR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities African American Partnership PEI Provides professional development services, thereby increasing the availability of culturally competent services for the African American community. Partnership's work includes cultural competency development and systematic outreach activities. The Villag www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Kacy Carr (831) 755-8941 CarrK@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities Latino Community Partnership: Promotores PEI Health promoters or "Promotores de Salud" provide the Latino community with knowledge and skills about mental health services and access. The knowledge component focuses on health topics and behaviors that have been identified as relevant by Latino immigr www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Pedro Perez (831) 796-1748 PerezP@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities Multilingual Parenting Services - Parent Education Partnership PEI A lead agency works in collaboration with school districts and family resource centers to provide parenting skills development in an eight to ten week series, utilizing the Positive Parenting Program curriculum. Program increases parent awareness of ment www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Dana Edgull (831) 796-6110 EdgullDR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities Alternative Healing and Promotores de Salud INN Addresses the needs of the unserved and underserved Latino/Hispanic population in Monterey County by providing mental health outreach, engagement and referral through a Promotores Collaborative, consisting of Promotores de salud, mental health providers, www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Pedro Perez (831) 796-1748 PerezP@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities Early Intervention (0-5) Secure Families PEI The Secure Families/Familias Seguras program has, as its core value, the provision of culturally and linguistically appropriate behavioral health services geared toward providing children ages 0-5 and the family with the necessary resources required to su www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Dana Edgull (831) 796-6110 EdgullDR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities Health Promotion Addressing Disparities PEI In collaboration with community partners, use various communication strategies including newspapers articles, air time, radio shows, social media, digital stories, outreach events, etc. to raise awareness among high need populations of mental health issue www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Elizabeth Ambriz (831) 755-4581 ambrize@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Reducing Disparities Veterans Reintegration Transition Program PEI The Veterans Transition Center (VTC), Salvation Army (SA), Department of Social Services (DSS) faith based organizations, law enforcement, training and job placement agencies partner to assist Veterans reintegrate into their community after they are relea www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Housing Supportive Housing CSS-FSP Provides supportive housing and case management services for youth exiting the Youth Center and/or who are served by the Behavioral Health Juvenile Justice Team. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Theresa Innis-Scimone (831) 755-5521 Inns-ScimoneTM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Housing Supportive Housing CSS-FSP Expands existing McHome program serving the homeless mentally ill. Includes outreach and engagement, case management, and supportive Housing. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bev Movson (831) 647-7834 Movsonb@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Housing Supportive Housing CSS-FSP Supportive housing for persons with mental illness who are homeless or at risk of homelessness at the following developments: Lupine Gardens, Sunflower Gardens, Rockrose Gardens, Wesley Oaks. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Housing Supportive Housing CSS-FSP Provides 24-hour residential care and supervision for older adults with a serious mental illness. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bev Movson (831) 647-7834 Movsonb@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey SB82 Funded Mobile Crisis SB 82 Crisis Team staff are dispatched out to calls for service through county communications at law enforcement’s request.  Also, behavioral health outpatient staff can alert mobile crisis staff regarding clients who may be decompensating and a welfare check c www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Melanie Rhodes (831) 796-1742 RhodesM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified HIV/AIDS Community Partnership CSS-OESD Provides mental Health services for persons with HIV or at high risk of HIV infection. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Pedro Perez (831) 796-1748 PerezP@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Return to Work Benefits Counseling CSS Provides services to people with disabilities such as information and referral, housing assistance, individual advocacy, peer support, personal assistance services, independent living skills training, systems advocacy, assistive technology support (device www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Kacy Carr (831) 755-8941 CarrK@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified 2-1-1 Program PEI The 2-1-1- system performs similarly to others that successfully operate in other California counties and reaches approximately 65% of the population nationwide. The system provides services in over 100 languages to residents of all age groups and race/et www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Elizabeth Ambriz (831) 755-4581 ambrize@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Mental Health First Aid PEI In collaboration with the Monterey County Office of Education (MCOE), the Behavioral Health Bureau is offering Mental Health First Aid courses. Mental Health First Aid teaches a 5-step action plan to offer initial help to people showing signs of a mental www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bob Brunson (831) 647-7651 BunsonWR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified PEI Fund to CalMHSA for Statewide PEI Projects PEI The Behavioral Health Bureau partners with CalMHSA to implement statewide the initiatives Each Mind Matters, Know The Signs, Walk In Our Shoes, and Direct Change to reduce stigma and discrimination, improve student mental health, and prevent suicide. Ed www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Elizabeth Ambriz (831) 755-4581 ambrize@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Adoption Preservation CSS-FSP Provides parent training, mental health treatment and case management for adoptive children and their families. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Tom Berg (831) 796-1513 BergTS@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Family Reunification Partnership CSS-FSP Provides intensive therapy and case management services for children in the foster care system. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Tom Berg (831) 796-1513 BergTS@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Juvenile Justice: Mental Health Court CSS-FSP Community Action Linking Adolescents ("CALA") program provides mental health services and case management for youth in the juvenile justice system. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Theresa Innis-Scimone (831) 755-5521 Inns-ScimoneTM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified AVANZA CSS-FSP This program nurtures and empowers youth and young adults by providing comprehensive case management and assistance with employment, education, independent living skills, and personal functioning. The program connects Transition Age Youth (TAY) with commu www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Dana Edgull (831) 796-6110 EdgullDR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment CSS-FSP Provides integrated treatment for youth with co-occurring mental illness and alcohol or other drug abuse. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Theresa Innis-Scimone (831) 755-5521 Inns-ScimoneTM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Resolving Trauma Services for Children CSS The focus of these mental health services is to resolve trauma experiences for infants and children ages 0 through 5 years, by addressing the impact of trauma on a child and his/her family, as well as the impact of trauma on children who are being raised www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Tom Berg (831) 796-1513 BergTS@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment CSS-SD Nueva Esperanza is a residential program for pregnant and parenting women with co-occurring disorders and their children that utilizes evidence-based practices in a warm, comfortable setting. Provides a comprehensive range of mental health, substance use www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Dana Edgull (831) 796-6110 EdgullDR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment CSS-SD Santa Lucia provides mental health services to adolescent females age 13-18 who require residential care and who are placed in out of home care by Social Services or Probation to identify, assess, treat, and stabilize psychiatric, emotional, behavioral, a www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Theresa Innis-Scimone (831) 755-5521 Inns-ScimoneTM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Early Childhood (0-5 yrs.) CSS-OESD Provides counseling services for children in childcare and Head Start programs; home visitation staff and other community partners. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Dana Edgull (831) 796-6110 EdgullDR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Child Advocate Program PEI This program is a collaborative of 13 community partners. It provides community-based prevention and intervention services to families with children under the age of five who have witnessed or been subjected to domestic violence. Services include: home vi www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Tom Berg (831) 796-1513 BergTS@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified MCSTART PEI This program ensures that children under 5 have access to developmental screening and appropriate referral for services to foster positive physical, emotional and cognitive development. Therapists work with school faculty by providing mental health consu www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Dana Edgull (831) 796-6110 EdgullDR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified 6-8 Mental Health Screening PEI Ensures that children 6-8 will have access to developmental screening and appropriate referral for services. This program extends the services provided by the Early Intervention program Secure Families to children through age 8 who are in need of screeni www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Dana Edgull (831) 796-6110 EdgullDR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Prevention and Early Intervention in Early Psychosis PEI PREP Monterey County serves individuals between the ages of 14-35, with first onset of Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Schizophreniform Disorder, or Psychosis NOS, within the past two years. The Goals of PREP Services are 1) Remission: fewer hos www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Dana Edgull (831) 796-6110 EdgullDR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified School Based Counseling PEI Using evidence-based practices, provides early intervention addressing the mental health needs of elementary school aged children and a prevention education for parents and school faculty. The program places mental health professionals in two elementary s www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bob Brunson (831) 647-7651 BunsonWR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Mental Health Services at Silver Star Resource PEI The program serves as a prevention effort to reduce the incidence of youth involvement in the juvenile justice system by providing mental health assessments, therapy and referrals to other resources in the community. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Theresa Innis-Scimone (831) 755-5521 Inns-ScimoneTM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Youth Diversion PEI This program is a partnership between law enforcement, schools and Behavioral Health to intervene in the early incidence of juvenile delinquency. The program serves youth at risk of school failure and/or juvenile justice system involvement by providing as www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Theresa Innis-Scimone (831) 755-5521 Inns-ScimoneTM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified School Based Domestic Violence Counseling PEI Services are provided by licensed clinicians or qualified interns for schools for children who have witnessed violence or other traumatic events. Counselors provide individual and group therapy, utilizing various evidence based practice theories such as e www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bob Brunson (831) 647-7651 BunsonWR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Kinship Center PEI This program provides outpatient mental health services to children and their families referred by the Department of Social Services, other Behavioral Health programs and the community. Mental health services are designated to provide reduction of mental www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Marni Sandoval (831) 784-2170 SandovalMR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports INN Provides training on implementing the Positive Behavioral Intervention Supports (PBIS) framework to schools throughout Monterey County, in collaboration with the County Office of Education. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bob Brunson (831) 647-7651 BunsonWR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Juvenile Sex Offender Response Team INN A multi-disciplinary team consisting of the following agencies: Behavioral Health, Probation, Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, Victim Advocates and District Attorney provides oversight of a coordinated model of care for juveniles served through this proje www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Theresa Innis-Scimone (831) 755-5521 Inns-ScimoneTM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Mental Health Court CSS-FSP Expansion of Creating New Choices (CNC) program, providing mental health services and case management in collaboration with the Probation Department, District Attorney, Public Defender and the Court. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Amanda Briseno (831)796-1759 BrisenoAL@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Co-Occurring Integrated Care CSS-OESD Expansion of an existing dual recovery outreach, group support and aftercare program. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831)755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Homeless Services and Supportive Housing CSS-FSP Expansion of the McHome program serving the homeless mentally ill. Services include outreach and engagement, case management, mental health services, and supportive housing services. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bev Movson (831) 647-7834 Movsonb@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Workforce Support & Counseling CSS The Workforce Development Specialist promotes successful employment of clients/family members in the public mental health system. Services include recruitment, training, and job coaching. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Chinatown Learning Center PEI Community-based wellness and recovery services for adults who are currently homeless and who may also have serious mental illness and/or substance abuse disorder. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Sid Smith (831) 755-4708 SmithSM@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Integrated Care CSS-FSP Co-locates and coordinates mental health services for older adults with existing multi-disciplinary teams. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bev Movson (831) 647-7834 Movsonb@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Senior Companion Program PEI The Senior Companion Program recruits, trains and places Senior Companions to work with: homebound clients and clients who live alone; clients with chronic disabilities; clients whose caregiver needs respite from their responsibilities; clients with menta www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Bev Movson (831) 647-7834 Movsonb@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Residency & Internship Programs WET Provides field placements, internship, and licensure opportunities at all levels -- high school, community college, bachelor level and masters level students -- as well as doctorate level psychologists. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Marni Sandoval (831) 784-2170 SandovalMR@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Financial Incentive Programs WET Coordinates loan forgiveness opportunities and provides incentives for participation on special projects. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Lucero Robles (831)755-4545 RoblesL@co.monterey.ca.us
Monterey Unspecified Workforce Training WET Provides training to mental health service providers in County operated and contracted out programs. www.mtyhd.orgWebsite

Lucero Robles (831)755-4545 RoblesL@co.monterey.ca.us
Napa Crisis Support Mobile Outreach, Response and Engagement (MORE) CSS-OESD The MORE program is a mobile mental health outreach service that provides crisis intervention, mental health assessment, assertive outreach, follow-up planning and referrals to other mental health services responding to hundreds of calls and site visits ( Website

Crisis Services:
(707) 253-4711

General Information, appointments and 24/7 Access: (707) 259-8151 or no charge to calling party: 1 (800) 648-8650
Napa Peer/Family Support Specialists Adult Full Service Partnership
(Also under reducing disparities)
CSS-FSP The AFSP provides wraparound services to homeless mentally ill and other at-risk adult individuals ages 26-59 and assists them to obtain and maintain housing using a recovery oriented model. The AFSP works within the Napa County Mental Health Division to Website

General Information, appointments and 24/7 Access: (707) 259-8151 or no charge to calling party: 1 (800) 648-8650
Napa Reducing Disparities Children's Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The Children’s Full Service Partnership (CFSP) Program is designed to assist underserved, primarily Latino at-risk youth ages 0 to 15 with intense emotional disturbance who demonstrate problems with functioning in at least two of the following areas: a) Website

General Information, appointments and 24/7 Access: (707) 259-8151 or no charge to calling party: 1 (800) 648-8650
Napa Reducing Disparities Transition Age Youth Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The Transitional Age Youth Full Service Partnership (TAY FSP) is contracted out to Progress Foundation, which provides wraparound/intensive case management services and a comprehensive range of supports for youth ages 16 to 25 years old who struggle with Website

Lorrie Weeks, Program Director
TAY FSP/Progress Foundation
1100 Lincoln Avenue, Suite 206
Napa, CA 94558
(707) 299-3815 x 109 (ph)
(707) 257-9727 fax
taypd@progressfoundation.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Adult Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The AFSP provides wraparound services to homeless mentally ill and other at-risk adult individuals ages 26-59 and assists them to obtain and maintain housing using a recovery oriented model. The AFSP works within the Napa County Mental Health Division to Website

General Information, appointments and 24/7 Access: (707) 259-8151 or no charge to calling party: 1 (800) 648-8650
Napa Reducing Disparities Adult Treatment Team Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The program is designed to address the urgent needs of individuals post-hospitalization, institutionalization or individuals who frequently require crisis intervention services. A multidisciplinary team will provide wraparound/intensive case management se Website

General Information, appointments and 24/7 Access: (707) 259-8151 or no charge to calling party: 1 (800) 648-8650
Napa Reducing Disparities Older Adult Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The Older Adult Full Service Partnership is a collaborative program of Napa County Health and Human Services Agency Comprehensive Services for Older Adults Division and the Mental Health Division. The OA FSP Program was designed for underserved, at-risk, Website

General Information, appointments and 24/7 Access: (707) 259-8151 or no charge to calling party: 1 (800) 648-8650
Napa Reducing Disparities Project Access CSS-OESD Project Access Services include:
• Client Travel and Transportation: Provides basic transportation assistance to individuals receiving mental health services to ensure they are attending general health appointments, medication appointments, case managemen
Website

MHD Project Manager, Felix Bedolla at (707) 299-1759 or Felix.Bedolla@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Home Visitation (HV) Project PEI The HV PEI Project serves families throughout the County and receives referrals from a wide range of service provider agencies. This program uses the Healthy Families of America evidence-based program and primarily serves families with children ages 0-5 t Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities American Canyon (AC) PEI Project PEI The AC PEI Project offers Student Assistance Program (SAP) services ranging from primary to tertiary levels support services at Napa Junction Elementary School, American Canyon Middle School and American Canyon High School in the City of American Canyon. Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Domestic Violence (DV) PEI Project PEI The Kids Exposed to Domestic Violence PEI Project provides services specifically for children exposed to domestic violence to prevent the onset of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or other mental illness. The DV PEI Project includes services for pare Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ) PEI Project PEI The LGBTQ PEI Project offers training and technical assistance using best-practice trainings for local community providers on relevant LGBTQ issues (Best Practice for LGBTQ 101, TAY and Older Adult Trainings) as well as prevention services to the LGBTQ co Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Native American (NA) PEI Project PEI The NA PEI Project provides outreach, education, cultural events and provider training to develop and enhance prevention and early intervention resources for the Native American Communities in Napa County. The NA PEI Project also offers an environment of Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities UpValley PEI Project PEI The Up Valley PEI project focuses primarily on Latino youth and families in the underserved North County communities. The project has one main component – a school-based group mentoring program primarily for Latino/a youth called CLARA and CLARO that is i Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Older Adult (OA) PEI Project PEI The OA PEI project is designed to support early identification of mental illness and early intervention among at-risk older adults and older adults who are experiencing early onset of mental health issues, particularly those who are isolated and underserv Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Court and Community Schools (CCS) Student Assistance Program (SAP) PEI The CCS SAP PEI Project expands the existing SAP services offered by the Napa County Office of Education to include screening, brief therapy, pro-social activities, and referral to youth at continuation schools. Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Strengthening Families at Risk (SFR) PEI Project PEI The SFR PEI Project addresses the prevention and early intervention needs of families at-risk of developing mental illness through the expansion of services provided by the existing network of community family resource centers. This Project also offers su Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Mental Health Division Internship Program - Residency, Internship Programs WET The Mental Health Division’s Internship Program includes MSW interns and MFT trainees who are recruited from regional and state colleges and universities. The MHD Internship Coordinator works with HHS staff to develop clinical internships for graduate stu Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities Stipends, Employment, and Educational Incentives - Financial Incentive Programs WET The Stipends, Employment, and Educational Incentives Program offers stipends and financial incentives to those individuals interested in pursuing an education and making a commitment to provide mental health services within Napa County. By providing stipe Website

Rocio Canchola, Staff Services Analyst, (707) 299-2119 or Rocio.Canchola@countyofnapa.org
Napa Reducing Disparities The Collaborative Project (Innovations Round 1) INN The primary purpose of the Napa County Mental Health Division’s Innovations Plan is to develop a model, the Mental Health Equity Partnership, composed of stakeholders and providers, which is intended to change the relationship between the Mental Health Di Website

MHD Project Manager, Felix Bedolla at (707) 299-1759 or Felix.Bedolla@countyofnapa.org
Napa Housing Hartle Court Permanent Supported-Living Housing Project Housing After an extensive RFP process, the Mental Health Division awarded CSS Housing funds to Progress Foundation, which has partnered with the Gasser Foundation to finance acquisition and construction of the Hartle Court Housing Project, which includes 18 one- Website

MHD Project Manager, Felix Bedolla at (707) 299-1759 or Felix.Bedolla@countyofnapa.org
Napa SB82 Funded Community Connection Network Crisis Triage
(SB 82)
The Community Connections Network is a collaborative Crisis Triage project operated by Progress Foundation Family Service of Napa Valley (FSNV) to provide site-based crisis intervention services, mental health support, and linkages to stabilize individual Website

MHD Project Manager, Felix Bedolla at (707) 299-1759 or Felix.Bedolla@countyofnapa.org
Napa SB82 Funded Crisis Stabilization Services CHFFA (SB 82) With funding from the California Health Facilities Finance Authority (CHFFA), the Napa County Mental Health Division will develop Crisis Stabilization Services (CSS).
The CSS (4-bed) will be the first one in the County and will fill in existing gaps in th
Website

MHD Project Manager, Felix Bedolla at (707) 299-1759 or Felix.Bedolla@countyofnapa.org
Napa Unspecified Technological Needs (TN) CFTN The Mental Health Division’s TN Project was identified with input from local stakeholders who were involved in the local TN planning process. The following items will enable the Mental Health Division to improve the delivery of mental health services to i Website

MHD Project Manager, Felix Bedolla at (707) 299-1759 or Felix.Bedolla@countyofnapa.org
Napa Unspecified Purchase and renovation of a local facility for the Adult Resource Center CFTN The Adult Resource Center is located at 3281 Solano Avenue in the City of Napa. The facility is known as the People Empowering People Center and supports individuals with personalized socialization, relationship building, assistance with maintaining benef Website

MHD Project Manager, Felix Bedolla at (707) 299-1759 or Felix.Bedolla@countyofnapa.org
Nevada Crisis Support General System Development Programs CSS-OESD Improves the County’s mental health services delivery system for all clients, and/or when appropriate, their families. Children’s programs and adult programs. One of our programs include: expansion of crisis services including using Peer Support to assist Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Peer/Family Support Specialists Our Voices Matter WET Consumers and family members are trained to share their stories at trainings and County events. Website

Adult & AOD Program Managers
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437
Nevada Peer/Family Support Specialists Training and Technical Assistance WET Consumers and family members are trained on various mental health topics. Website

Adult & AOD Program Managers
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437
Nevada Peer/Family Support Specialists Outreach and Engagement (O&E) Services OE Programs to reach, identify and engage unserved individuals and communities in the mental health system and reduce disparities identified by the County. Children’s programs and adult programs. Some of these programs include: Supporting SPIRIT Peer Empower Website

Adult and AOD Program Managers
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Reducing Disparities Access to Services PEI Programs include 211 Nevada County; Senior, Disabled and Isolated Individuals Home Outreach; Homeless Outreach, Forensic Outreach, Veterans Outreach, What's Up, Wellness Check Ups (youth outreach at high schools). Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Reducing Disparities Outreach and Engagement (O&E) Services OE Programs to reach, identify and engage unserved individuals and communities in the mental health system and reduce disparities identified by the County. Children’s programs and adult programs.
Some of these programs include: Supporting SPIRIT Peer Empower
Website

Adult and AOD Program Managers
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Reducing Disparities Stigma and Discrimination Reduction Programs PEI Latino Outreach: Promotoras as trusted community members provide culturally appropriate mental health education, support and advocacy services and serve as patient advocate, educator, mentor, outreach worker and translator. Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Housing MHSA Housing CSS-OESD Nevada County is collaborating with Nevada County Housing Development Corporation (NCHDC). NCHDC has purchased a five bedroom home to provide permanent supportive housing to homeless or individuals at risk of homelessness who are enrolled in a FSP progra Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437
Nevada SB82 Funded Crisis Stabilization Unit SB 82 & CSS-OESD The Crisis Stabilization unit provides emergency psychiatric care or up to 23 hours for adults age 18 and older experiencing a mental health crisis. Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437
Nevada SB82 Funded Crisis Support SB 82 & CSS-OESD Funds are being utilized to fund: 1) Peer Support Specialists to assist individuals in the Emergency Department (ED) and provide follow-up contact once individuals are out of the ED or hospital; 2) Crisis Workers to be stationed in the Emergency Departmen Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437
Nevada SB82 Funded Insight Respite Center SB 82 & CSS-OESD Funds are being utilized to fund: Staff including Peer Support Specialists at Respite Insight Center. Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437
Nevada Unspecified Four Full Service Partnership (FSP) Service Programs CSS-FSP Creates collaborative relationships between County and the client and, when appropriate, the client’s family. Plans and provides the full spectrum of community services so that the client can achieve self identified goals.
Two Children’s FSP Service Progr
Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Unspecified General System Development Programs CSS-OESD Improves the County’s mental health services delivery system for all clients, and/or when appropriate, their families. Children’s programs and adult programs. Some of our programs include: expansion of crisis services including using Peer Support to assis Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Unspecified Workforce Staffing Support WET Supports a WET Coordinator. Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance WET Numerous training events have been offered by the County for staff, providers, and stakeholders (includes clients and family members). Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437
Nevada Unspecified Financial Incentive Programs WET Behavioral Health staff are collaborating with the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) to ensure that eligible Nevada County employees/contractors apply for the Mental Health Loan Assumption Program (MHLAP); Our Voice's Matter: Con Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437
Nevada Unspecified Internships WET Nevada County provides supervision to interns and provides interns with a stipend. Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Unspecified Mental Health Career Pathway WET Behavioral Health staff are collaborating with the WET Superior Region Partnership who is developing mental health career pathways across the education continuum; providing Wellness Recover Action Plan (WRAP) training to Behavioral Health staff, contracto Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437
Nevada Unspecified Prevention Programs PEI The Prevention programs include: Senior, Disabled and Isolated Home Visitor Program; Wellness Centers; Second Step education in schools; child and youth mentoring. Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Unspecified Outreach for Increasing the Recognition of Early Signs of Mental Illness Programs PEI This program provides training to "first responders." First responders may be a family member, another program participant, service provider, staff member, a safety officer, emergency personal, court personal or any member of the community. Some of the Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Unspecified Early Intervention Programs PEI Programs include: evidence-based therapy for high-risk youth, postpartum mothers and their families, bi-lingual Spanish speaking individuals, and homeless individuals and families. Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Nevada Unspecified Suicide Prevention Program PEI This program supports a Suicide Prevention Intervention (SPI) Coordinator. The SPI Coordinator charge is to help create a more "suicide aware community." The SPI Coordinator: raises awareness that suicide is preventable; reduces stigma around suicide a Website

Adult Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 265-1437

Children's Program Manager
Front Desk: (530) 470-2736
Orange Crisis Support Children's In-Home Crisis Stabilization CSS-OESD Provides in-home crisis response, short term in-home therapy, case management and rehabilitation services with a focus on maintaining family stabilization and preventing hospitalization and/or out of home placement. Website

(714) 543-4333

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Crisis Support Children's Crisis Residential Program CSS-OESD With the goal of reducing at-risk behaviors, peer and family problems, out-of-home placement, and involvement in the child welfare and juvenile justice system among adolescents, the Crisis Residential Program of the Children Provider-CSP offers a temporar Website

(949) 494-4311

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Crisis Support Children's Centralized Assessment Team CSS-OESD Children & Youth Behavioral Health staff provide crisis evaluations for minors under the age of 18 to determine if psychiatric hospitalization is required or if the minor can be safely referred to a lower level of care. This 24/7 mobile crisis team consis Website

(949) 494-4311

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Crisis Support TAY Crisis Residential Services CSS-OESD South Coast Children’s Society – Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Crisis Residential Program is a six-bed program for TAY who have experienced a mental health crisis but do not meet the criteria for inpatient hospitalization. The program provides assistance w Website

(714) 966-5338

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Crisis Support TAY Centralized Assessment Team CSS-OESD TAY CAT provides mobile response, including crisis intervention, mental health evaluations/assessment, and initiation of 72 hour involuntary detention when necessary and appropriate, for TAY aged 18 to 25 years or older who are experiencing a mental healt Website

(866) 830-6011

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Crisis Support Adult and TAY In-Home Crisis Stabilization CSS-OESD Provides 24/7 in-home crisis response, short term in-home therapy, case management, and rehabilitation services, with a focus on maintaining family stabilization and preventing hospitalization and/or out-of-home placement. The target population is adults Website

(714) 543-4333

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Crisis Support Adult Centralized Assessment Team CSS-OESD The Centralized Assessment Team (CAT) provides 24 hour mobile response services to any adult who has a psychiatric emergency. This program assists law enforcement, social service agencies, and families in providing crisis intervention services for the men Website

(866) 830-6011


(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Crisis Support Adult Crisis Residential CSS-OESD The T.R.E.E. House (Total Recovery Enriching Experience) is an adult crisis residential program, offering a safe environment for adults experiencing a mental health crisis who need additional support to avoid hospitalization, to stabilize symptoms, and re Website

(714) 289-3936

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Crisis Support Crisis Prevention Hotline PEI The Crisis Prevention Hotline is an accredited 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention service available to anyone in crisis or experiencing suicidal thoughts. Services include immediate, confidential over-the-phone assistance for anyone seeking crisis and/ Website

(877) 727-4747

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Crisis Support Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) CSS-OESD AOT provides court-ordered treatment for persons with severe mental illness who a history of not participating in needed mental health treatment. The person must be unlikely to survive safely in the community without supervision, based on an investigation Website

(855) 422-4122

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Peer/Family Support Specialists Mentoring for Children CSS-OESD Provides mentoring services for SED children and youth and SMI transitional age youth who are receiving mental health treatment services through the County of Orange Health Care Agency/Children & Youth Behavioral Health (CYBH) operated or contracted progr Website

(714) 836-0355

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Peer/Family Support Specialists TAY Mentoring Program CSS-OESD Mental Health Association – Project Together Mentoring Program (MHA-PT) provides mentoring services for SED children and youth and SMI TAY who are receiving mental health treatment services through the County of Orange Health Care Agency, Children & Youth Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Peer/Family Support Specialists Adult and Older Adult Peer Mentoring CSS-OESD The program provides peer support activities and peer counseling in collaboration with the Regional Adult Outpatient Mental Health Clinics and Older Adult programs. Peer Mentors work with consumers in the community and in the consumer’s homes in order to Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Peer/Family Support Specialists Survivor Support Services PEI Survivor Support Services provides support for those who have lost a loved one to suicide, and educates the community on suicide prevention and intervention. These services include outreach, crisis support, bereavement groups, individual support, and trai Website

(714) 547-0885


(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Support Services PEI Provides ongoing support for families struggling with behavioral health issues. The focus is on supporting and educating families about behavioral health and parenting issues to prevent the development of behavioral health problems in other members of th Website

(714) 547-0885


(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Peer/Family Support Specialists Warmline PEI WarmLine is telephone-based, non-crisis support for anyone struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues. The staff providing the services has been through a similar journey, either as a mental health or substance abuse services consumer, or a Website

(714) 991-6412

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Reducing Disparities CSS Outreach and Engagement CSS-OESD Community Services and Supports (CSS) Outreach and Engagement Services (OES) focuses their efforts on children, TAY, and adults who are Seriously Emotionally Disturbed and Mentally Ill (SED/SMI), and also homeless or on the verge of homelessness. CSS OES Website

(714) 954-2900


(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Reducing Disparities Outreach and Engagement Collaborative PEI Provides mental health preventative services to unserved and underserved populations at risk of mental illness and behavioral health problems. It is designed for those people who have had life experiences that may make them vulnerable to mental health pro Website

(714) 954-2900


(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Reducing Disparities Community-Based Stigma Reduction PEI Provides artistic events and activities that support self-confidence and hope in consumers and their family members and educate the general public about the abilities and experiences of those living with a behavioral health issue. Activities include art Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Reducing Disparities Professional Assessors PEI Provides services to individuals who may be experiencing untreated depression and/or anxiety, or who may have been exposed to trauma to determine whether further evaluation and referrals to behavioral health services are needed. Services include screening Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Reducing Disparities College Veterans Program (The Drop Zone) PEI The College Veterans’ Program is a collaborative with local community colleges. The program provides services to veteran students on campus at the Veterans’ Resource Center. Veteran students have access to appointments with a BHS clinician who is a vete Website

(714) 824-1996

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Reducing Disparities Statewide Projects PEI Statewide Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) Projects include the Suicide Prevention, Stigma and Discrimination Reduction, and Student Mental Health initiatives. Suicide Prevention activities include social marketing and training to support helpers a Website

(714)-834-2077


(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Reducing Disparities OC ACCEPT (OK to Be Me) PEI Provides community-based mental health and supportive services to individuals struggling with and/or identifying as LGBTIQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex or Questioning) and the people important in their lives. The program specializes in a Website

(714) 517-6100
Orange Reducing Disparities OC4Vets (formerly known as Vet Connect) PEI Examines whether co-locating services for veterans with the Veterans’ Services Office will increase access to health and supportive services for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and severe depression, incl Website

(714) 480-6476

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Reducing Disparities Veteran Services for Military Families INN Serves military family members of Veterans involved in a behavioral health program, such as court, OC4Vets, or outpatient counseling. The Veteran Services for Military Families program will seek to address the family component of the issues facing Veteran Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Housing Housing for Homeless CSS-OESD Provides interim housing (three to 18 months) for up to six individuals who are identified as severely and persistently mentally ill and homeless. Additionally, these individuals may have co-occurring medical issues that make them more fragile and at grea Website

(714)796-0200

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Housing Children's Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The four Children’s Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs focus on the areas prescribed in the original legislation and several areas of local need within the broader targets. One FSP focuses on the more general community. This program takes referrals f Website

(714) 842-6600

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Housing TAY Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP The target groups for these programs are youths who are 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, who are culturally or linguistically isolated, and/or who are at risk of incarceration or psychiatric hospitalization because of mental illness, fre Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Housing Adult Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP These programs provide a full array of services from outreach and engagement to community-based, client- centered care. Psychiatric services including medication and case management, housing, education, employment and community integration activities. Al Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange SB82 Funded SB 82 Triage Program CSS Licensed triage staff will be located at hospital emergency rooms to provide assessment, crisis intervention, education, referral, and targeted case management to adults and youth. Their focus will be on coordinating patient placement to non-hospital sett Website

(714) 842-6600

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified OC Children with Co-occurring Mental Health and Chronic Acute Severe Physical Illness, Special Needs, or Eating Disorders CSS-OESD This program provides mental health services to young people with physical disease complicated by their mental health issues. Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Children and Youth Outpatient Services Expansion CSS-OESD This program expands services to children and youth from birth through 20 in the 15 contracted outpatient clinics serving Medi-Cal beneficiaries throughout Orange County. Children and youth who suffer from a wide variety of behavioral health disorders wil Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Medi-Cal Match: Mental Health Services CSS-OESD In reviewing service gaps, a need to provide additional services to youth who were experiencing both SED and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) was identified. These youth were participating in residential substance abuse programs but their SED was interfering Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified TAY Program for Assertive Community Treatment CSS-OESD The TAY Program for Assertive Community Treatment (TAY PACT) provides voluntary, community based recovery mental health services to individuals age 18-25, who are living with a serious and persistent mental illness. The TAY PACT program was designed to s Website

(714) 517-6300

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Supported Employment CSS-OESD Employment WORKS of Orange County Goodwill offers individuals who are seriously and persistently mentally ill the opportunity to participate in a supportive, competitive employment service. The program offers individualized job placement and supportive vo Website

(714) 638-1741

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Adult Program for Assertive Community Treatment CSS-OESD The Adult Outpatient Mental Health Program for Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) provides voluntary, community based recovery mental health services to individuals who are living with a serious and persistent mental illness. The majority of PACT servi Website

(949) 643-6930

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Wellness Center CSS-OESD The Wellness Centers are designed for those members with lived experience who have achieved a high level of recovery in their treatment. The center offers programming that is culturally responsive and linguistically appropriate. Many groups and classes ar Website

714-361-4860


(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Recovery Centers CSS-OESD Adult Recovery Centers provide a lower level of care for consumers who no longer need traditional outpatient treatment but still need to continue receiving medication and episodic case management support. This program allows diverse consumers to receive d Website

(714) 780-0750

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Mental Health Court - Probation Services CSS-OESD The Collaborative Court Programs use a team approach to decision making, and include the participation of a variety of different agencies, such as Probation and mental health treatment providers. They involve active judicial monitoring and a high level of Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Older Adult Mental Health Recovery Program CSS-OESD Older Adult Outpatient Mental Health Recovery Program provides voluntary, community based recovery mental health services to individuals who are living with a serious and persistent mental illness. The individuals served by this program are primarily home Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Older Adult FSP Older Adult Support and Intervention System (OASIS) CSS-OESD Older Adult Support and Intervention System (OASIS) Is an Older Adult Full Service Partnership Program that follows the Wellness, Recovery, and evidence-based model. The program focuses on the person rather than the illness, the consumer strengths, self- Website

(714)-399-3480

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Older Adult Program of Assertive Community Treatment CSS-OESD The program focuses on delivering culturally competent services to seniors in the community, so that individuals may achieve their maximum level of functioning and independence. The program provides consumer-focused, recovery-based services and provides i Website

(949)-643-6930

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Integrated Community Services CSS-OESD Integrated Community Services (ICS) provides outreach into the medical community to facilitate bi-directional services to fully integrate both physical and mental health care. This collaboration with community medical clinics and county mental health prog Website

(714)-517-6100


(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Early Intervention Services for Stress Free Families PEI The Stress Free Families Program serves families that have been reported and/or investigated by Child Protective Services for allegations of child abuse and/or neglect. The program is designed to reach and support these families whose stressors make the c Website

(714) 480-4678
Orange Unspecified Orange County Postpartum Wellness (OCPPW) PEI Orange County Postpartum Wellness (OCPPW) provides early intervention services to new mothers, up to one year postnatal, experiencing mild to moderate postpartum depression. Services include assessment, case management, individual, family and group counse Website

(714) 480-5160

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Early Intervention Services for Older Adults PEI The Early Intervention Services for Older Adults provides behavioral health early intervention services to older adults who are experiencing the early onset of mental illness and/or those who are at greatest risk of developing behavioral health conditions Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Youth as Parents PEI Serves pregnant and parenting youth who are at risk of behavioral health problems and their children. The goal of the program is to prevent or mitigate the onset of behavioral health issues in the teen parents and to identify such issues in their children Website

(714) 480-4678

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Behavioral Health Counseling Program: (Community Counseling and Supportive Services) PEI Provides behavioral health treatment services for all age groups including short-term counseling and psychiatric services for those not meeting the criteria at the community mental health clinics. Staffing will include psychiatrists, behavioral health nur Website

714- 645-8000

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Parent Education and Support Services PEI The Parent Education and Support Services provides parent education to strengthen parenting skills and family communication. The program’s over-arching goal is to reduce child abuse and substance abuse, juvenile delinquency, gang violence, learning disord Website

(714) 543-4333

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Community-Focused Early Intervention Programs (OC CREW) PEI Orange County Center for Resiliency, Education, and Wellness (OCCREW) serves individuals ages 14-25 that are experiencing the first onset of psychotic illness and provides services to their families. Services include: psychiatric care; psycho-education Website

(714) 480-5100

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Children's Support and Parenting Program PEI The Children’s Support and Parenting Program (CSPP) serves a wide range of families from different backgrounds whose stressors make children more vulnerable to developing behavioral health problems. Program serves families that have a common parental hist Website

(714) 480-4678

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Services for Parents and Siblings of Youth in the Juvenile Justice System (Stop the Cycle) PEI The Stop the Cycle Program serves a broad range of families from different backgrounds whose family member’s actual or potential involvement in the juvenile justice system may make them vulnerable to behavioral health problems. This program focuses on re Website

(714) 480-4678

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified School Based Mental Health Services PEI Provides a combination of prevention and intervention services to empower families, reduce risk factors, build resiliency, and strengthen culturally appropriate coping skills in students. These school based-services will also utilize peer-to-peer helping Website

714-954-2900
Orange Unspecified School Based Behavioral Health Intervention and Support-Early Intervention Services PEI The School Based Behavioral Health Intervention and Support-Early Intervention Services serves families with children, K-7, experiencing challenges in attention, behavior and learning, and/or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The program pr Website

(949) 824-1800

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified School Readiness Program (Connect the Tots) PEI Provides services to underserved families with children age 0-6 years who are exhibiting behavioral problems, putting them at increased risk of developing mental illness and experiencing school failure. The focus of these program services is to reduce ri Website

(714) 480-4678

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified School Based Behavioral Health Intervention and Support PEI School Based Behavioral Health Interventions and Supports (BHIS) provide services and curriculum for students and their families for the purpose of preventing and/or intervening early with behavioral health conditions. Services are provided in elementary Website

(800) 251-0921

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Violence Prevention PEI The Violence Prevention Education (VPE) program’s goal is to reduce violence and its impact in the schools, local neighborhoods and families. There are six programs under the Violence Prevention Education component. Website

(714) 327-1068

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Transitions PEI Transitions is a prevention program serving youth at a high-risk time in their lives when they are transitioning from elementary to middle school and from middle to high school. The goals of this program include reducing high-risk behaviors while develop Website

(714) 954-2900

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Information and Referral/OC Links PEI OCLinks is a telephone and internet chat based information and referral line that serves as a single access point for any community member seeking behavioral health services through the County of Orange’s Health Care Agency/Behavioral Health Services depa Website

(714) 842-6600

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Training in Physical Fitness and Nutrition Services/Goodwill PEI The Goodwill Fitness Center is a 12,000-square-foot facility specifically designed for people living with physical disabilities or chronic illness. The Fitness Center offers accessible exercise equipment, knowledgeable, trained staff, a personalized fitne Website

(714) 361-6180
Orange Unspecified Proactive On-site Engagement in the Collaborative Courts INN Designed to increase the quality of mental health services by bringing access to mental health education programs to both the probation client and their families - onsite at the collaborative courts. The intent of this project is to teach and help probati Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Orange Unspecified Religious Leaders INN Designed to increase access to mental health services by introducing mental health training into the religious community. This program will use a train-the-trainer technique in which those in the mental health field, along with peer specialists, will help Website

(855) OC- LINKS
Placer Crisis Support Co-Occurring Adult System of Care (ASOC) CSS-FSP Provides outreach, engagement, and enrollment into Full Service Partnership (FSP) case management services for TAY, adults, and older adults with Severe Mental Illnesses (SMI) who also have Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders in unserved populations or Website

Steven Swink (916) 787-8885
Placer Crisis Support Co-Occurring Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) CSS-FSP Provide substance use disorder treatment for youth, transition aged youth and adult enrolled in FSP. Website

(530) 889-7265
Placer Crisis Support Adult Reintegration Outreach CSS-FSP Services to Placer County residents who are placed in locked facilities outside the county. They develop treatments plans and provide support services to assist people moving to lower levels of care. Many of these individuals will need Full Service Partne Website

(530) 886-5401
Placer Crisis Support Crisis Triage Follow-Up Services CSS-ST Provides crisis services at a new one-stop hospital site. This co-location increases the ability to provide timely and efficient crisis mental health services. This team also includes the Same Day Next Day and Family and Friend coordinator programs who me Website

(530) 886-5401
Placer Crisis Support Youth 13-21 with emerging mental health issues Gateway Mountain Center PEI Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is a psychotherapy approach for caregivers, children, and youth who are experiencing significant emotional and behavioral difficulties related to traumatic life events. TF-CBT provides short-term treatm Website

(916) 774-6802 (530) 887-3536
Placer Crisis Support Attachment Based Family Therapy (ABFT) Lighthouse PEI ABFT is a treatment for adolescents, ages 12-18, designed to treat clinically diagnosed major depressive disorder, eliminate suicidal ideation, and reduce dispositional anxiety. ABFT is short term, approximately 12-16 weekly sessions, and aims to strength Website

(916) 645-3300
Placer Crisis Support Applied Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) PEI Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day (15 hours) intensive, interactive and practice-dominated workshop designed to help individuals recognize risk and learn how to intervene to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. The goal o Website

(530) 889-8020
Placer Crisis Support Safe Talk PEI SafeTALK is a three (3) to four (4) hour training that prepares anyone over the age of 15 to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources. As a safeTALK trained suicide alert helpers, individuals will be better Website

(530) 889-8020
Placer Crisis Support Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Coordinated by PCOE PEI Public - Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a groundbreaking public education program that helps the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. MHFA is an interactive, 8-hour course that presents an o Website

(530) 889-8020
Placer Peer/Family Support Specialists Welcome Center/Cirby Clubhouse CSS-ST Offers an array of peer run activities. There are groups offered by professional and paraprofessional staff. Website

(530) 866-5401
Placer Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Supports for Housing (PSTH) Advocate for Mentally Ill Housing (AMIH) CSS-ST Peer Counselors to support the PSTH program. Peer Counselors use their own personal lived mental health experience to guide and support residents towards independent living. Website

(530) 878-5088
Placer Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Leadership Mental Health America CSS-ST Adult Advocacy Supervisor to provide training, capacity building, technical assistance and client leadership to adult clients and program teams in Placer County's Adult System of Care (ASOC). Website

(530) 889-7256
Placer Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Supports Mental Health America CSS-ST Provide peer support and mentoring services to families, friends, and natural support networks of clients identified for services by ASOC. Website

(530) 889-7265
Placer Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Advocates Mental Health America CSS-ST The Placer County Family Advocacy Program is designed to provide the necessary support, mentoring and advocacy to families participating in the CSOC through the employment of parents or caregivers who, themselves, have been service recipients of like serv Website

(530) 889-7265
Placer Peer/Family Support Specialists Youth Empowerment Support Services Whole Person Learning (WPL) CSS-ST Peer support services for youth and Transition Aged Youth. Youth Support Coordinators, who have lived experience in the mental health, child welfare and/or probation systems, work with TAY to accomplish their identified goals as well as utilize their live Website

Christina Nicholson (530) 823-2499 Tammy Cherry (530) 886-2867
Placer Reducing Disparities Bilingual/Bicultural Outreach Latino Leadership Council (LLC) and Placer County Office of Education (PCOE) CSS-FSP Bilingual, bi-cultural outreach and engagement services primarily to Latino children, transitional age youth, adults, and families as a part of the Full Service Partnership. Provide services to enrolled and non-enrolled consumers within each of the MHSA Website

(530) 889-7265
Placer Reducing Disparities Bilingual Therapy Latino Leadership Council (LLC), Lighthouse, and Sierra Mental Wellness Group (SMWG) CSS-ST Bilingual Therapists provide individual, family, and group therapy ; as well as education and support, to Hispanic monolingual Spanish or bilingual children with monolingual Spanish parents. Website

Latino Leadership: (530) 320-5233; Lighthouse: (530) 645-3300; Sierra Mental Wellness Group: (530) 581-4054
Placer Reducing Disparities Warrior Down Sierra Native Alliance (SNA) CSS-ST Culturally relevant outreach, education, recovery counseling and relapse prevention support through integrated professional and peer-based services for Native and non-Native participants at risk for mental health and substance abuse disorders. Website

Christina Nicholson (530) 823-2499 Tammy Cherry (530) 886-2867
Placer Reducing Disparities Sierra Native Alliance (SNA) PEI Community events that target the Native Community to strengthen resiliency factors. Website

(530) 888-8767
Placer Reducing Disparities Adult Support Groups Latino Leadership Council (LLC) PEI Spanish-speaking adults - Peer to peer weekly groups "Rincon de las Comadres" in Auburn, Roseville, and Lincoln to address depression, anxiety, health, etc. These groups shall be open to men and women, and provided in Spanish. Website

(530) 320-5353
Placer Reducing Disparities Cultural Brokers PEI Latino Cultural Brokers, also known as Promotor(a)s, are trained para-professional community brokers providing culturally appropriate services for Latino populations, to assist them in navigating systems and accessing resources. Website

Latino Leadership (530) 320-5353; North Tahoe (530) 546-0952; Truckee (530) 587-2513
Placer Reducing Disparities Youth Services and Supports Latino Leadership Council (LLC) PEI YEAGA and Peace 4 the Streets provide individual youth mentorship and leadership groups to promote positive cultural connections to assist Latino youth in developing resiliency. Website

(530) 320-5353
Placer Reducing Disparities Youth Services and Supports/Peer Leadership Tahoe Safe Alliance (TSA) PEI Young Men's Work is a program for young men who are working together to solve problems without resorting to violence. This effective curriculum helps young men break the cycle of violence passed from generation to generation. Young women face many issues Website

Trisha Baird (775) 298-0167
Placer Reducing Disparities Big Brother Big Sisters of Tahoe PEI By partnering with North Lake Tahoe county agencies, law enforcement, schools and community nonprofits, Big Brothers Big Sisters identifies children at risk of suffering from mental health challenges. These children's home, school and social situations a Website

(530) 587-7717
Placer Reducing Disparities Youth Services and Supports Sierra Native Alliance (SNA) PEI Peer support/mentoring groups to build youth resilience and positive cultural identity development. Website

(530) 888-8767
Placer Reducing Disparities Parent Project PEI Parent Project Is a program that consists of activity-based instruction, support groups, and specific curriculum to address destructive adolescent behaviors. These behaviors often belie a substance abuse or mental health problem. Parent Project* teaches c Website

Latino Leadership: (530) 320-5353; Community Recovery Resources (530) 885-1961; North Tahoe Family Resource Center (530) 546-0952
Placer Reducing Disparities Positive Indian Parenting Sierra Native Alliance (SNA) PEI Positive Indian Parenting provides culturally-relevant parenting education and support. This curriculum is provided in coordination with co-parenting, behavioral consultation, case management, and peer support to increase parenting skills and the resilie Website

(530) 888-8767
Placer Reducing Disparities Youth Services and Supports Latino Leadership Council (LLC) PEI Latino Youth - Male & female youth groups to address depression, cultural stressors, discrimination outside and internal to Latino communi8ties, challenges related to biculturalism, education achievement gaps, and violence. Website

(530) 320-5353
Placer Reducing Disparities Adult Groups: Latino Leadership Council (LLC) PEI Facilitated weekly groups “Superacion Personal”, in Auburn, Roseville and Lincoln, to address depression, anxiety, health, etc. These groups shall be open to men and women, and provided in Spanish. Website

(530) 320-5353
Placer Reducing Disparities Adult Groups Sierra Native Alliance (SNA) PEI Native Women - ""Women's Healing Circle" is to reduce the impact of trauma on family functioning and to minimize mental health symptoms. Website

(530) 888-8767
Placer Reducing Disparities Perinatal Mood Disorder Treatment Kids First PEI Women or Men with child 0-5 - This program aims to reduce depression, anxiety, and suicide through culturally and age-appropriate services such as screening, assessment, evaluation, resources, home visitation, and short-term therapy for parents with child Website

(916) 774-6802 (530) 887-3536
Placer Reducing Disparities Youth 13-21 with emerging mental health issues Gateway Mountain Center PEI Therapeutic mentoring programs serves youth in North Tahoe who suffer from symptoms of mental illness, emotional disturbance and substance abuse. Counseling uses real life "treatments" including: deep personal connection, life-enriching experience, exerci Website

(530) 205-6245
Placer Reducing Disparities Student Assistance Program (SAP) PEI SAP I s designed to support schools with a resource for students who have a first-time offense for possession or being under the influence of a substance (e.g., alcohol, marijuana, etc.). This is an early intervention for a population that is vulnerable t Website

Community Recovery Resources (530) 885-1961
Placer Reducing Disparities Youth Suicide Prevention Council PEI Expand "Know the Signs Campaign" by engaging youth and community members in outreach events. Goals include: educate the public about the signs of suicide, to reduce stigma and discriminations, increase awareness to strengthen social connections, and conne Website

(530) 582-2500
Placer Reducing Disparities Adventure Risk Challenge OESD High Risk Youth in Tahoe Utilizing statewide campaigns Know the Signs, Each Mind Matters, Busco Apoyo, and My3 App, provide one-on-one and group outreach to youth in Tahoe (in Spanish and English) to educate about signs and symptoms of mental health and Website

acrprogram.org
Placer Reducing Disparities Latino Leadership Series North Tahoe Family Resource Center (NTFRC) SDR Spanish-speaking Members of Tahoe Community (Youth and Adults) A year-long series of workshops and support groups to the Latino community building individual, family and community capacity for leadership. This program is a culturally appropriate resource Website

(530) 546-0952
Placer Housing Fast Wrap EMQ CSS-FSP Intensive in-home, short-term wraparound to children (17 and under) with severe emotional disorders and require limited assistance for family basic needs Website

Family and Children Services (530) 889-7265
Placer Housing Homeless Adult System of Care CSS-FSP Serves TAY (18-25), Adults, and Older Adults with a severe and chronic mental illness who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Homeless outreach is done in hospitals, jails, homeless camps, homeless shelters, and psychiatric hospitals to link adults Website

Jainell Gaitan 530-889-7203
Placer Housing TAY Housing Advocate for Mentally Ill Housing (AMIH) CSS-FSP Coordinate, secure, and maintain lease agreements with property owners for the purpose of providing houses that are utilized by ASOC and Turning Point Community Programs (TP) transitional age youth (TAY) FSP consumers. Website

(530) 878-5088
Placer Housing Support Services for Emergency Housing Advocate for Mentally Ill Housing (AMIH) CSS-ST Provides ASOC consumers with emergency short term housing typically lasting up to two weeks, but no more than 28 days. Emergency housing residents will be referred by ASOC and will include FSP consumers. Website

(530) 878-5088
Placer Housing Path to Independence Advocate for Mentally Ill Housing (AMIH) CSS-ST Provides support services to consumers in the AMIH/ASOC Housing Collaborative. These services provide ASOC consumers with the ability to live in an environment of support while developing skills for more independent living in the community. Website

(530) 878-5088
Placer SB82 Funded Mobile Crisis Triage (MCT) Services OESD Provides mental health crisis assessment and intervention services in the community to any individual, 16 years of age or older requesting services. MCT teams pair a mental health clinician with a mental health Peer Advocate and respond to any area of the Website

Csilla Csiszar (916) 787-8930 ccsiszar@placer.ca.gov
Placer Unspecified Wraparound Children's System of Care (CSOC) CSS-FSP Wraparound services to include children (17 years and under) with severe emotional disorders eligible for County Mental Health Services. Website

Children's System of Care (CSOC) (530) 889-6700
Placer Unspecified Trauma Informed Preschool "Sprouts Program" Sacramento Children's Receiving Home CSS-FSP Site -based daily therapeutic classroom services, team discussion and planning, adjunctive therapies, coordination and linkages with sustainable community services to children ages 3 to 6 and collateral services to their families. Website

Rob Evans (530) 889-7265
Placer Unspecified High Acuity and Assisted Outpatient Turning Point (TP) CSS-FSP Serves TAY (16+), adults, and older adults with severe mental illnesses (SMI) who require a higher intensity service. Priority is given to unserved or in appropriately served clients who are at risk of psychiatric hospitalization, homelessness, and those Website

Roseville and Auburn (916) 786-3750
Placer Unspecified Youth Services Gateway Mountain Center CSS-FSP Support services to children, youth and transitional-aged youth enrolled in a Full Service Partnership. Youth support services shall include one-on-one mentoring and working with youth to learn skills and develop capacities to meet challenges with confide Website

(530) 205-6245
Placer Unspecified Youth Services Whole Person Learning (WPL) CSS-FSP Support services for youth and Transition Aged Youth enrolled in FSP. Website

Tammy Cherry (530) 886-2867
Placer Unspecified Family Advocates Mental Health America CSS-FSP Support services for families whom youth is enrolled in FSP. Website

(530) 889-7265
Placer Unspecified Transitional Employees CSS-ST Transitional employment is to ready individuals with lived mental health experience for journey level positions in the public and private sectors by building a work history and mastery of some marketable skills in the mental field. Website

(530) 878-5088
Placer Unspecified Families of Tradition Sierra Native Alliance (SNA) PEI Public - Monthly education nights to reinforce positive parenting values and build supportive peer relationships. Community events that target the Native Community to strengthen resiliency factors. Website

(530) 888-8767
Placer Unspecified School Wellness Centers Tahoe Truckee Unified School District (TTUSD) PEI Tahoe Wellness Centers shall provide a single entry point for students to connect to supportive adults and access wellness services at the school. Students will learn relevant skills for improving their well-being and understand how to navigate and access Website

(530) 582-2500
Placer Unspecified Expand Court Appointed Special Advocates Child Advocates of Placer County PEI Advocate for and mentor youth that have been removed from their home due to neglect, abuse, or inability to manage child's behavioral challenges. Website

(530) 887-1006
Placer Unspecified Supports & Services for Fathers Kids First PEI Intervention group led by clinical staff, a mentorship program, therapy, case management services, and family fun activities for fathers. Website

(916) 774-6802 (530) 887-3536
Placer Unspecified Boys and Girls Club PEI Available to high risk youth in a fun and inviting after-school setting, children learn important coping skills to help them become resilient and healthy, and to form positive relationships with themselves and others. 1)SMART Moves teaches how to build he Website

(530) 546-4324
Placer Unspecified Incredible Years KidsFirst (English and Spanish) PEI The incredible Years parent training Intervention is a 12 week program focused on strengthening parenting competencies (monitoring, positive discipline, confidence, etc.) and fostering parents' involvement in children's school experiences in order to prom Website

(916) 774-6802 (530) 887-3536
Placer Unspecified Active Parenting Now (APN) KidsFirst PEI APN empowers participants, teaching parenting skills to address sensitive issues such as drug abuse, sexual activity, self-harm, and violence. APN is a video-based, interactive learning experience featuring group discussion and practice activities. Website

(916) 774-6802 (530) 887-3536
Placer Unspecified Multi-Tiered School Supports: Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) PEI Support participating schools in developing and implementing a systemic framework for prevention and early intervention for mental wellness called Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS). PBIS will provide the framework to help schools adopt Website

(530) 889-8020
Placer Unspecified Loving Solutions North Tahoe Family Resource Center (NTFRC) PEI Loving Solutions is a parent-training program designed specifically for parents raising difficult younger children, ages 5-10 years. Also known as "Parent Project, Jr.," this program utilizes the same principles found successful in "Parent Project , Sr.", Website

(530) 546-0952
Placer Unspecified Youth Services and Supports Kids First PEI Youth K-18 Leadership Enrichment & Activities Program (LEAP) is an established after-school peer-to-peer mentoring, tutoring, and enrichment program. One program (LEAP Jr.) is offered for grades K-6 and one program (LEAP) for youth ages 11 and older. LEAP Website

(916) 776-6802 (530) 887-3536
Placer Unspecified Adult Groups Lighthouse PEI Road to Wellness group is designed for those experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, anger, sleep disorders, fatigue, guilt or other feelings affecting their mental health and well-being. Road to Wellness groups are based on Cognitive Behavioral Therap Website

(916) 645-3300
Placer Unspecified Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) KidsFirst PEI Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is provided through 14-20 weekly sessions, and is designed for parents with children (ages 2-7) who are exhibiting behavioral problems such as aggression, defiance, non-compliance, and temper tantrums. PCIT treatmen Website

(916) 774-6802 (530) 887-3536
Placer Unspecified Incredible Years - Dina School KidsFirst PEI The Dina Dinosaur School series for children ages 3-8 years focuses on social, emotional skills and problem solving designed as a classroom prevention program. Dinosaur School is meant to compliment the Incredible Years parent curriculum and teaches child Website

(916) 645-3300
Placer Unspecified Functional Family Therapy (FFT) PEI FFT is an empirically grounded, well-documented and highly successful family intervention for at-risk and juvenile justice involved youth. The target population is youth ages 11-18 and their families, whose problems range from acting out, conduct disorder Website

Lorene Noack (530) 889-6701
Placer Unspecified Transition to Independence (TIP) Unity Care PEI TIP model engages youth and young adults in the process of their own future planning, provides them with developmentally appropriate services and supports, and involves them and their families and other informal key players in a process that prepares and Website

Shane Libby (530) 886-5473
Placer Unspecified Youth Therapy EMQ and Tahoe Safe Alliance PEI Individual, family and/or group therapy for children, youth and transitional aged youth. Website

(530) 265-7844 (EMQ) (800) 736-1060 (Tahoe Safe Alliance, Hotline)
Placer Unspecified Teaching Pro-Social Skills (TPS) PEI TPS also known as Aggression Replacement Training (ART) is a cognitive behavioral Intervention program to help children and adolescents improve social skill competence and moral reasoning, better manage anger, and reduce aggressive behavior. The program s Website

Light House (916) 645-3300
Placer Unspecified Student and Family Support Program PEI Provide assessment and individualized treatment plans for youth who are at risk of mental health disorders due to identified substance misuse or dependence. These youth are not court ordered or enrolled in FSP. Website

(530) 885-1961 (916) 782-3737
Placer Unspecified Early Onset-Therapeutic Services PEI Early Onset, short-term, culturally-appropriate mental health therapy for community members with anxiety, depression, PTSD, or other disorders. Website

(530) 888-8767
Placer Unspecified Home to Stay Counseling and Supports for Birth and Kinship Families PEI Intensive in-home support services and counseling to birth and kinship families whose youth are at risk of placement for disruption) due to emotional, behavioral and mental health issues. Website

(530) 722-2233
Placer Unspecified Signs of Suicide (SOS) PEI The SOS program teaches students how to identify the symptoms of depression and suicidality in themselves or their friends, and encourages help-seeking through the use of the ACT technique (Acknowledge, Care, Tell). The SOS program teaches students that d Website

Light House (916) 645-3300
Placer Unspecified Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) OESD Provide curriculum, training, coaching, and assessment/evaluation tools to assist schools to fully implement PBIS Website

(530) 889-8020
Placer Unspecified Perinatal Mood Disorder education OESD Weekly outreach activities to educate the community-at-large about perinatal mood disorders and services available. Website

(916) 774-6802 (530) 887-3536
Placer Unspecified Consumer & Staff Development WET Provides consumer, staff, and leadership development through training, e-Learning online training, and implementation of evidence-based practices. Website

(530) 886-2983 cpawlak@placer.ca.gov
Placer Unspecified Leadership Development WET Supports developing leadership opportunities for people within the mental health delivery system public and private staff. By joining with community leaders, leadership skills are developed in an environment of diversity and collaboration, such as through Website

(530) 886-2980
Placer Unspecified E-Learning WET Supports accessing e-learning course catalog and customizing courses to meet the specific, diverse needs of the community. Trainings offered will be wellness, recovery, and resiliency oriented. Website

(530) 886-2983 cpawlak@placer.ca.gov
Placer Unspecified Psychosocial Rehab Certification WET Implemented online CASRA psychosocial rehabilitation certification through Modesto Jr. College. Courses paid for by Central Region Partnership. Access to Peer to Peer evidence based practice free to consumers/peers. Website

(530) 886-2980 (CASRA) (530) 886-2983 (Peer to Peer)
Placer Unspecified Outreach & Enhanced Career Tracks WET Coordination of local, central region, and statewide workforce, education and training efforts to promote and distribute marketing information, attending speaking engagements, and job fairs to recruit and retain hard to fill positions. Website

(530) 886-2983 cpawlak@placer.ca.gov
Placer Unspecified Increased Recruitment and Retention Efforts WET Administration and distribution of the Mental Health Loan Assumption program, MFT Stipend program, and scholarships/reimbursement to recruit and retain hard to fill positions in Placer County PMHS. Website

(530) 886-2983 cpawlak@placer.ca.gov
Placer Unspecified Internship Programs WET Funding available to provide paid internships for master's levels registered interns and/or clinical supervision of registered interns. Website

(530) 886-2983 cpawlak@placer.ca.gov
Placer Unspecified Stipends and/or Scholarships WET Stipends and scholarship programs for community members who are working in Placer County and want to develop their mental health skills. Must meet program requirements. Website

(530) 886-2983 cpawlak@placer.ca.gov
Plumas Crisis Support Crisis Intervention Services CSS Provides crisis response and assessments for moderate to severe services and 5150 determination. Website

Pamela Schaffer, 530-283-6307
Plumas Crisis Support PCIRC/Wellness Center CSS Provides crisis support in meeting basic needs, mental health referrals, case management, and therapy, and alcohol and other drug counseling clinical space. Website

Johanna Downey, 530-283-5515
Plumas Peer/Family Support Specialists Parent-Child Interaction Therapy PEI Provides one-on-one therapeutic services to children and their families using the PCIT model. Website

Heather Caiazzo, 530-283-3960
Plumas Peer/Family Support Specialists Veterans' Outreach PEI Provides ongoing peer support, case management, transportation and medical/other referrals for veterans and their families. Website

Jimmy LaPlante, 530-283-6275
Plumas Peer/Family Support Specialists First 5 Infant/Early Development Mental Health Program PEI Home visitation, case management, early childhood development services, infant massage, breastfeeding support Infant/parent bonding, parenting education. Website

Jaye Bruce, 530-258-7675 and Ellen Vieira, 530-394-7016
Plumas Reducing Disparities Expansion of Children's System of Care CSS-OESD Provides for the Children’s System of Care (CSOC) service delivery to increase number of MHSA-eligible youth (typically non-MediCal). Website

Pamela Schaffer, 530-283-6307
Plumas Reducing Disparities Youth Prevention Services - SafeBase PEI Provides prevention services to at-risk youth countywide through group focus Website

Brianne Black, 530-283-2735
Plumas Reducing Disparities Youth Prevention Services - Friday Night Live PEI Provides prevention services to at-risk youth countywide through Friday Night Live programs Website

Meagan Miller, 530-283-6118
Plumas Reducing Disparities Family Therapy CSS-OESD Provides services to families that have "cycled" in the systems for many years; now with older children and the behavior disruptions at risk of involvement or involved with in Juvenile Justice. Website

Pamela Schaffer, 530-283-6307
Plumas Reducing Disparities Roundhouse Council Tribal Circle CSS-PEI Provides tribal leadership opportunities, outreach/linkage, and community-based services to Native American youth and their families. Website

Mary Joseph, 530-284-6866
Plumas Reducing Disparities Homebound Seniors Program PEI Provides mental health screening and referral services to homebound seniors by visit Public Health nurse. Website

Katherine Stafford, 530-283-6364 and Dana Cash, 530-283-6358
Plumas Housing Sierra House CSS-OESD Maintains support for homeless (and at-risk of) individuals to housing at the Sierra House facility with funds available for 1.5 beds usage and additional funds for services and supports anticipated to be utilized by individuals, previously unserved. Website

Jacque Martinez Blanton, 530-283-6370
Plumas Housing Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Emergency Housing CSS Provides emergency housing to homeless clients and long-term mental health housing support. Website

Johanna Downey, 530-283-5515
Plumas Unspecified Full Service Partnerships CSS-FSP Provides Full Service Partnerships "whatever it takes" services for adults, older adults, children (Wraparound) and transition age youth. Website

Aimee Heaney, 530-283-6307
Plumas Unspecified Access and Coordination CSS-OESD Continues the prior work of Access and Coordination clinician and clinical case manager, and regionalization of staff leaders working to ensure other outreach efforts and referrals are given quick attention to assessment, determination of service plan, et Website

Pamela Schaffer, 530-283-6307
Plumas Unspecified Plumas Rural Services - Community Connections CSS-OESD Program provides opportunities for engagement and linkage through volunteerism, with time banking focus. Website

Leslie Wall, 530-283-3611
Plumas Unspecified Workforce Staffing Support WET Facilitates staff access to training to support clinical services integration of MHSA philosophy into services. Loan Repayment Program implementation. Website

Aimee Heaney, 530-283-6307
Plumas Unspecified School-Based Response Team INN Provides positive behavior intervention supports as well as Student Services Coordinator assistance at all Plumas Unified School District campuses, linking students and their families with local service providers and mental health referrals. www.pcoe.k12.ca.usWebsite

Shannon Harston, 530-832-4284
Plumas Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance WET Provides staff and community-wide training on mind, body, spirit integration of services, as well as specific MH First Aid trainings. Website

Michael Gunter, 530-283-6307
Plumas Unspecified TAY Services PEI Provides TAY-related case management and funds for specific activities, and provides school coordination. Website

Rich Johnston, 530-283-6307
Plumas Unspecified Behavioral Health Integration CSS-OESD Provides funding for planning and site development for the integration of behavioral health services into a hospital and its outpatient clinic. Website

Rhonda Grandi, 530-832-6500
Plumas Unspecified Wellness Center Site Development CFTN Provides funding for site development for Community Wellness Centers Website

Aimee Heaney, 530-283-6307
Riverside Crisis Support Toll-Free, 24/7 Helpline (Mental Health Outreach, Awareness and Stigma Reduction Project) PEI The “HELPLINE” provides crisis and suicide prevention services, including counseling and emergency assistance 24/7. Callers receive (when appropriate) referrals to ongoing services both in Riverside County Department of Mental Health (RCDMH) and outside Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Crisis Support Outreach and Reunification Services to Runaway TAY
(TAY Project)
PEI Provides crisis intervention and counseling strategies to facilitate re-unification of the transition age youth with an identified family member. Follow-up referrals assist with stabilization of the living situation for the youth. RCDMH collaborates with Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Crisis Support CREST Community Response Evaluation and Support Team SB 82 Community Response Evaluation and Support Team (CREST) Age groups: Children, Adolescents Adults and Older Adults CHFFA Funded
The CREST program is a field based team working collaboratively within the local Police and Sheriff Departments to decrease the
Website

Roderick W. Verbeck, Psy.D., MFT
Mental Health Services Administrator
951-955-1551
Rwverbeck@RCMHD.org
Riverside Crisis Support REACH
Regional Emergency Assessment @ Community Hospitals
SB 82
The Regional Emergency Assessment @ Community Hospitals REACH Age groups: Children, Adolescents Adults and Older Adults. MHSOAC Funded.
This program is a field based team consisting of a Clinical Therapist and Peer Support Specialist working collaborati
Website

Roderick W. Verbeck, Psy.D., MFT
Mental Health Services Administrator
951-955-1551
Rwverbeck@RCMHD.org
Riverside Crisis Support Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) SB 82 Crisis Stabilization Center (CSU)
A contract operated outpatient crisis stabilization center. This program will offer 24/7 voluntary urgent care outpatient services to adults (age 18 or above). State regulations prevent the program from serving patients
Website

Roderick W. Verbeck, Psy.D., MFT
Mental Health Services Administrator
951-955-1551
Rwverbeck@RCMHD.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer to Peer Services
(TAY Project)
PEI Peer-to-Peer Services – This service connects to Stress and Your Mood Program. As an organization provides SAYM, their outreach and engagement efforts will be specific to the target population. Leveraging with existing agencies, this project employs yout Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists Recovery Learning Center INN Creates a new service delivery model, one that is consumer-driven, not just consumer-enhanced. The full design of the RLC including program philosophy, physical plant, structure and service delivery, were envisioned by people with lived experience who are Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists Children's Integrated Services Program CSS The Children’s Integrated Services Program provides a broad array of integrated services and a supportive system of care for minors ages 0–18 years and their families. Priority populations identified for Children/Youth were those with Serious Emotional D Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists Services for Youth in Transition CSS Promotes meaningful and successful transitions to youth by reducing hospitalizations, homelessness, out-of-home placement and incarceration, decreasing isolation and promoting independent living.
Full Service Partnerships:
Integrated Services Recovery Cen
Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists Comprehensive Integrated Services for Adults (CISA) CSS Provides a combination of program expansion, new full-service partnership programs and program enhancements throughout the Adult System of Care. Includes:
Full Service Partnerships:
Integrated Services Recovery Centers (ISRC), including "Bridge" Programs
Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists Older Adult Integrated System of Care CSS Provides a comprehensive range of service options that encourages utilization of least-restrictive alternatives, including field-based options that bring services closer to the older adult's living situation.
Full Service Partnerships:
SMART (Specialty Mu
Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Recovery Support Services CSS Ensures employment and utilization of consumers and family members in all aspects of service delivery and in the administrative structures associated with:
Peer Support and Resource Centers (Wellness Cities), Consumer Affairs, Family Advocates, Parent Sup
Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists Parent Child Interaction Therapy
(Parent Education and Support)
PEI An intensive, short-term, evidence-based intervention that helps families with children aged 2-8 who exhibit a number of chronic disruptive behaviors at home, in school, preschool or daycare (e.g., aggression, defiance, frequent temper tantrums, refusing Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists The Family Room INN Provides a new program choice for consumers and family members. Empowers family members to become the primary support person in facilitating recovery for their loved one. Emphasizes support for families who are in crisis and enhancing family members’ know Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Peer/Family Support Specialists TAY One-Stop Drop-In Center INN Riverside University Health System – Behavioral Health proposed a new TAY One-Stop Drop-In Center as Innovation Project 05. This project was approved in August of 2015 and is in the early stages of development and implementation. This TAY workforce trai Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Media and Mental Health Promotion and Education Materials (Mental Health Outreach, Awareness and Stigma Reduction Project) PEI RCDMH continues with the Up2Riverside campaign to increase mental health awareness, reduce stigma and reduce suicide. This campaign will impact knowledge and attitudes about mental illness to include: mental health literacy, social distancing, mental hea Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Ethnic and Cultural Community Leaders in a Collaborative Effort (Mental Health Outreach, Awareness and Stigma Reduction Project) PEI This collaborative effort continues relationships with community leaders from ethnic and cultural populations who were contracted during the Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) Program Planning Process. These consultants continue to work within local Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Promotores de Salud (Mental Health Outreach, Awareness and Stigma Reduction Project) PEI Addresses needs within the large number of Hispanic communities in Riverside County. Promotores are health workers who work in, and are from, the community they serve. They provide health and mental health education and support to members of their communi Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Mamás y Bebés (Mothers and Babies)
(Underserved Latinos)
PEI Evidence-based mood management perinatal group intervention for women. Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Effective Black Parenting Program
(Underserved African Americans)
PEI The EBPP has been shown to be effective with parents of African American children, including teenage African American parents and their babies, and with African American parents of adolescent children. It includes culturally specific parenting strategies; Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Africentric Youth and Family Rites of Passage Program
(Underserved African Americans)
PEI Designed for African American male youth ages 11-15. The goal of the program is empowerment of black adolescents through a nine-month rites of passage program. A major component of the program is the after-school program that offers modules on knowledge a Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) (Underserved African Americans) PEI A cognitive and behavioral therapy group intervention for reducing children’s symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression caused by exposure to violence that has been used successfully in inner city schools with multi-cultural populat Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Incredible Years
(Underserved Native Americans)
PEI Incredible Years is a parent training intervention which focuses on strengthening parenting competencies and fostering parents’ involvement in children’s school experiences to promote children’s academic and social skills and reduce delinquent behaviors. Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Guiding Good Choices
(Underserved African Americans)
PEI This prevention program provides parents of children in grades 4 through 8 (ages 9-14) with the knowledge and skills to guide their children through early adolescence. It seeks to strengthen and clarify family expectations for behavior, enhance the condit Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Strengthening Intergenerational/
Intercultural Ties in Immigrant Families
(Underserved Asian American/Pacific Islanders)
PEI Strengthening Intergenerational/ Intercultural Ties in Immigrant Families (SITIF): A Curriculum for Immigrant Families – The target populations of the SITIF program are Asian American/ Pacific Islander immigrant parents and/or caregivers with inadequate p Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Triple P Positive Parenting (Parent Education and Support) PEI A multi-level system of parenting and family support strategies for families with children from birth to age 12. Triple P is designed to prevent social, emotional, behavioral, and developmental problems in children by enhancing their parents’ knowledge, s Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Strengthening Families Program
(Parent Education and Support)
PEI Family skills training intervention designed to increase resilience and reduce risk factors for behavioral, emotional, academic, and social problems in children. This program brings together the family for each session. Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Stress and Your Mood (SAYM)
[Previously known as Depression Treatment Quality Improvement (DTQI)]
(TAY Project)
PEI Provides evidence-based early intervention to treat depression, based on the concepts of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Services provided in multiple locations in each service delivery region through organizations that serve youth and young adults in Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Families and Schools Together
(Early Intervention for Families in Schools)
PEI The FAST program is an outreach and multi-family group process in schools designed to build protective factors in children, empower parents to be the primary prevention agents for their children, and build supportive parent-to-parent groups. The overall g Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Active Minds (TAY Project) PEI This national organization works to use the student voice to change the conversation about mental health on college campuses. Increases student awareness of mental health issues, provides information and resources regarding mental health and mental illnes Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Late-Life Depression
(First Onset for Older Adults)
PEI This program focuses on early intervention services that reduce suicidal risk and
depression through an active, directive, time-limited, and structured problem-solving approach. A highlight of this model is its portability, which allows implementation in
Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma In Schools
(Trauma Exposed)
PEI CBITS is a cognitive and behavioral therapy group intervention to reduce children’s symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and depression caused by exposure to violence. Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Dare to be Aware Conference (Mental Health Outreach, Awareness and Stigma Reduction Project) PEI This is a full-day conference for middle and high schools from across the county that began in 2002 to address stigma against individuals with mental illness, which was preventing them from seeking early intervention and treatment. The goal of the confer Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Outreach Activities (Mental Health Outreach, Awareness and Stigma Reduction Project) PEI Outreach and engagement staff provide community outreach and engagement activities targeting those populations that are currently receiving little or no service. Increases awareness and knowledge of mental health and mental health resources, such as the Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Network of Care (Mental Health Outreach, Awareness and Stigma Reduction Project) PEI The Network of Care for Behavioral Health is a user-friendly website that serves as a resource for consumers, community members, community-base organizations and providers interested in behavioral health. The website provides easy access to information re Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Reducing Disparities Call to Care (Mental Health Outreach, Awareness and Stigma Reduction Project) PEI Provides outreach to, trains, and assists non-professional caregivers to initiate and maintain understanding, caring relationships with persons of their communities, and to volunteer to use their lay counseling skills in their communities. Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Housing Housing CSS/Housing The Riverside University Health System - Behavioral Health Housing program supports Housing Crisis Response teams which conduct street engagement to identify and link individuals living on the streets to services and available housing in County Behavioral Website

Lynne M. Brockmeier
Administrative Services Manager
HHOPE Admin Office
951-715-5050 lmbrockmeier@rcmhd.org
HHOPE@rcmhd.org
Riverside SB82 Funded CREST Community Response Evaluation and Support Team SB 82 Community Response Evaluation and Support Team (CREST) Age groups: Children, Adolescents Adults and Older Adults CHFFA Funded
The CREST program is a field based team working collaboratively within the local Police and Sheriff Departments to decrease the
Website

Roderick W. Verbeck, Psy.D., MFT
Mental Health Services Administrator
951-955-1551
Rwverbeck@RCMHD.org
Riverside SB82 Funded Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) SB 82 Crisis Stabilization Center (CSU)
A contract operated outpatient crisis stabilization center. This program will offer 24/7 voluntary urgent care outpatient services to adults (age 18 or above). State regulations prevent the program from serving patients
Website

Roderick W. Verbeck, Psy.D., MFT
Mental Health Services Administrator
951-955-1551
Rwverbeck@RCMHD.org
Riverside SB82 Funded REACH
Regional Emergency Assessment @ Community Hospitals
SB 82 The Regional Emergency Assessment @ Community Hospitals REACH Age groups: Children, Adolescents Adults and Older Adults. MHSOAC Funded. This program is a field based team consisting of a Clinical Therapist and Peer Support Specialist working collaborativ Website

Roderick W. Verbeck, Psy.D., MFT
Mental Health Services Administrator
951-955-1551
Rwverbeck@RCMHD.org
Riverside Unspecified Workforce Staffing Support WET Centrally coordinates, develops and implements the training, recruitment and retention strategies identified in the WET Plan. The goal of the unit is to enhance the recovery practice skills of the public mental health workforce as well as assist in the d Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance WET Provides recovery-oriented skill development within Riverside's public mental health service system and with our partner agencies that assist consumers and their families. Education and training strategies focus on improving cultural competency, and enhan Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Mental Health Career Pathways WET Develops and implements outreach and support programs that encourage people with lived experience to enter into the public mental health workforce; identifies strategies for both preparation and excellence in public mental health service delivery. Also i Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Residency/Internship Programs WET Centrally coordinates the selection and placement of behavioral science students into our Department programs either as the part of a learning objective or a degree requirement, provides mental health career outreach and education to promote public menta Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Financial Incentives to Workforce Development WET Provides or supports academic incentive programs designed to recruit or retain a qualified workforce dedicated to public mental health service and that address the unmet needs of Riverside County consumers and their families. Strategies are tailored to Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Families and Schools Together
(Early Intervention for Families in Schools)
PEI The FAST program is an outreach and multi-family group process in schools designed to build protective factors in children, empower parents to be the primary prevention agents for their children, and build supportive parent-to-parent groups. The overall g Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Caregiver Support Groups
(First Onset for Older Adults)
PEI Partners with local community-based organizations and social service agencies to provide support groups for caregivers. Specific outreach, engagement, and linkage to the support groups for individuals and caregivers/family members of individuals receiving Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Seeking Safety
(Trauma Exposed)
PEI This program is a present-focused, coping skills program designed to simultaneously help people with a history of trauma and substance abuse. Can be conducted in group or individual format; for female, male or mixed gender groups; for people with both sub Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Children's Outpatient Program Consolidation Project CFTN Children's Consolidation: Project included the purchase of two existing structures at a combined capacity of 78,116 square feet, centrally located at 3075 & 3125 Myers Street, Riverside, CA 92503. Renovations consisted of program operational and administ Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Western Administration and Adult Consolidation Project CFTN Western Administration and Adult Consolidation: The building at 2085 Rustin with a capacity of 147,000 square feet will house a multitude of programs including: Western Out-Patient Clinic Services, Western Children’s Treatment Services Expansion, Older A Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Behavioral Health Information System (BHIS) and Electronic Health Record (EHR) CFTN The county has replaced the older antiquated software applications with a fully integrated BHIS for Practice Management, Managed Care, and Clinical EHR (Electronic Health Record). The new BHIS has been implemented in phased releases. Phase I included Pr Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Riverside Unspecified Older Adult Self Management INN Enables the psychiatrist, along with a team of mental health professionals, to improve the overall functioning and sense of well-being of older adults with serious and persistent mental illness receiving medication management. Older adults receive assista Website

Bill Brenneman
MHSA Administrator
(951) 955-7122
bman@rcmhd.org
Sacramento Crisis Support SB 82 PEI Mobile Crisis Support Teams Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Crisis Support SB 82 CSS-OESD New 15-bed Crisis Residential Treatment program Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Crisis Support SB 82 Not Applicable Triage Navigators located at critical access points, including hospital emergency departments, main jail, and the homeless services campus. (Not an MHSA-funded program) Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Crisis Support SB 82 Not Applicable Three new 15-bed Crisis Residential Treatment Programs to be implemented in late 2016: 1) Rapid Turnaround Step-Down Crisis Residential Program; 2) Co-Occurring Disorders Crisis Residential Program; and 3) Family/Community Focused Crisis Residential Progr Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Crisis Support Suicide Prevention PEI Creates a system of suicide prevention through training, education, and system accountability. Services include a suicide prevention crisis line, postvention services, mental health respite programs, field-based flexible services to community members expe Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Peer/Family Support Specialists Consumer and Family Voice CSS-OESD As part of the CSS Wellness and Recovery Workplan, the Consumer and Family Voice Program promotes the Division's mission to effectively provide quality mental health services to children, youth, adults, older adults and families in Sacramento County. The Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Partner Program CSS-OESD As part of the CSS Wellness and Recovery Workplan, the Peer Partner Program (Peer Partners) provides peer support services to adults and older adults, from diverse backgrounds, linked to the APSS clinics. Peer Partners (consumers and family members) are Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Peer/Family Support Specialists Sacramento Advocacy for Family Empowerment (SAFE) Program CSS-OESD As part of the CSS Wellness and Recovery Workplan, the Sacramento Advocacy for Family Empowerment (SAFE) Program promotes the Division's mission to effectively provide quality mental health services to children, youth, transition age youth and families in Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Reducing Disparities Supporting Community Connections PEI As part of the PEI Suicide Prevention Project, the Supporting Community Connections program is a constellation of community based agencies working collaboratively throughout the County to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate support services Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Reducing Disparities Transcultural Wellness Center CSS-FSP Designed to increase penetration rates and reduce mental health disparities in the Asian/Pacific Islander communities in Sacramento County. The program serves children, families, transition age youth, adults, and older adults. It is staffed by clinicians, Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Reducing Disparities Suicide Prevention PEI Creates a system of suicide prevention through training, education, and system accountability. Services include a suicide prevention crisis line, postvention services, mental health respite programs, field-based flexible services to community members expe Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Housing Permanent Supportive Housing CSS-FSP Includes three programs:
1) PSH-Guest House is the front door and offers same-day access to service and limited temporary housing. Services include triage, comprehensive mental health assessments and evaluations, assessments of service needs, medication
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Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento SB82 Funded SB 82 PEI Mobile Crisis Support Teams Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento SB82 Funded SB 82 CSS-OESD New 15-bed Crisis Residential Treatment program Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento SB82 Funded SB 82 Not Applicable Triage Navigators located at critical access points, including hospital emergency departments, main jail, and the homeless services campus. (Not an MHSA-funded program) Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento SB82 Funded SB 82 Not Applicable Three new 15-bed Crisis Residential Treatment Programs to be implemented in late 2016: 1) Rapid Turnaround Step-Down Crisis Residential Program; 2) Co-Occurring Disorders Crisis Residential Program; and 3) Family/Community Focused Crisis Residential Progr Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Transitional Community Opportunities for Recovery and Engagement (TCORE) CSS-OESD Expanded in FY2015-16, this workplan now consists of three previously approved and implemented program components: Adult Psychiatric Support Services (APSS) clinic, administered by DBHS, TCORE, administered by Human Resources Consultants (HRC) and TLCS, I Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Sierra Elder Wellness CSS-FSP Provides specialized geriatric services including psychiatric support, multidisciplinary mental health assessments, treatment, and intensive case management services with persons who have co-occurring mental health, physical health, and/or substance abuse Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Wellness and Recovery Centers CSS-OESD Includes components:
1) Wellness and Recovery Centers (WRCs) - Community-based multi-service centers that provide a supportive environment offering choice and self-directed guidance designed to support clients in their recovery goals. They provide psychia
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Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Juvenile Justice Diversion and Treatment CSS-FSP Provides screenings, assessments and intensive mental health services and FSP supports to eligible youth and their families involved in the juvenile justice system. Preadjudicated youth are screened and given an assessment. With court approval, the youth Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified TAY Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP This new program will be implemented in FY2016-17. Services will be designed to meet the needs of youth ages 16-25 who are unserved, underserved and/or inappropriately served. Services will be culturally and linguistically competent with sensitivity to an Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Crisis Residential Program CSS-OESD This new 15-bed crisis residential treatment program will be implemented in late FY2015-16 and leverages a SB82 grant for capital funding. Services will be designed for persons who meet psychiatric inpatient admission criteria or are at risk of admission Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Suicide Prevention PEI Creates a system of suicide prevention through training, education, and system accountability. Services include a suicide prevention crisis line, postvention services, mental health respite programs, field-based flexible services to community members expe Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Strengthening Families PEI Includes five components:
1) Quality Child Care Collaborative (QCCC) - Early Childhood Consultation to preschools and early care learning environments for children from birth to age five. Consultation is designed to increase teacher awareness about the m
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Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Integrated Health and Wellness PEI Includes three programs:
1) Assessment and Treatment of Onset of Psychosis - Sacramento Early Diagnosis and Preventative Treatment (SacEDAPT) – focuses on early onset of psychosis. It is a nationally recognized treatment program utilizing an interdiscip
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Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Mental Health Promotion PEI Increases community awareness about mental health issues and reduces stigma and discrimination toward individuals and families living with mental illness. This project, known as "Mental Illness: it's not always what you think," includes a culturally and l Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Workforce Staffing Support WET The WET Coordinator assists in the facilitation and implementation of previously approved WET Actions. The Coordinator attends and participates in statewide WET Coordinator Meetings; twice monthly WET Coordinator Conference Calls; and the WET Central Regi Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified System Training Continuum WET This Action expands the training capacity of mental health staff, system partners, consumers, and family members through a Training Partnership Team, Train the Trainer models, and training delivery. A Crisis Responder Training Workgroup was established as Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified System Training Continuum (Continued) WET Through our established relationship with California State University, Sacramento (CSUS), two professors in the CSUS Social Work Department participated in the WET Community Planning Process several years ago and have participated at various points in oth Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Office of Consumer and Family Member Employment WET This Action was designed to develop entry and supportive employment opportunities for consumers, family members and individuals from Sacramento’s culturally and linguistically diverse communities to address occupational shortages identified in the Workfor Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified High School Training WET Currently two high schools are involved in this action and offer health-oriented career pathways for their student body. The participating high schools are Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School and Valley High School-Health Tech Academy. The p Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Psychiatric Residents and Fellowships WET This Action was implemented in fiscal year 2011/12 and continues to be administered through a partnership with UC Davis, Department of Psychiatry. Through this action the following two components have been implemented: Community Education Training for Res Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Multidisciplinary Seminar WET This Action increases the number of psychiatrists and other non-licensed and licensed practitioners working in community mental health that are trained in the recovery and resiliency and integrated service models; improves retention rates; supports profes Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Consumer Leadership Stipends WET This Action provides consumers and family members from diverse backgrounds with the opportunity to receive stipends for leadership or educational opportunities that increase knowledge, build skills, and further advocacy for consumers on mental health issu Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Stipends for Individuals, Especially Consumers and Family Members for Education Programs to Enter the Mental Health Field WET This Action supports efforts to develop a diverse, culturally sensitive and competent public mental health system by establishing a stipend fund to allow individuals to apply for stipends to participate in educational opportunities that will lead to emplo Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Technological Project CFTN Consists of five phases over a five-year period which began in fiscal year 2010-11 to build the infrastructure necessary to meet Sacramento’s goals of the Community Services and Supports Plan by improving integrated services that are client and family dri Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Capital Facilities Project CFTN Approved in July 2012, The project involved renovations and improvements to the county-owned complexes at 2130, 2140, 2150 Stockton Boulevard. The renovations and improvements of these complexes allowed for the co-location of the MHSA-funded Adult Psychia Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
Sacramento Unspecified Respite Partnership Collaborative INN Project 1: Respite Partnership Collaborative and a new proposed project, known as Innovation Project 2: Mental Health Crisis/Urgent Care Clinic. The proposed plan for the Mental Health Crisis/Urgent Care Clinic is pending approval from the Mental Health S Website

Jane Ann LeBlanc (916) 875-0188 leblancj@saccounty.net
San Benito Crisis Support San Benito County Behavioral Health CSS 24/7 crisis clinicians available for 5150 assessments for the general public. Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Crisis Support San Benito County Behavioral Health FSP 24/7 availability for FSP Team members to provide phone and face-to-face services for enrolled FSP clients. Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Crisis Support Suicide Prevention Training for First Responders PEI The suicide prevention program has offered Mental Health First Aid certification trainings over the past three years. Mental Health First Aid Trainings provides first line responders, community members and agency partners to increase their understanding a Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Crisis Support San Benito County Behavioral Health CSS Crisis Support Services of Alameda County Night Watch provides phone crisis services to the public during San Benito County's non-business hours including holidays and weekends. Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Peer/Family Support Specialists Esperanza Center CSS Wellness Center provided training and employment for consumer employees. Peer led groups are offered to TAY and Adult consumers. Healthy Eating, Self-Expression Art Classes, and other peer-run recovery-oriented classes are offered weekly. The Esperanza Ce Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Reducing Disparities MSW Internship Program WET MSW interns from CSUMB to improve workforce to include bilingual/bicultural Latino/a mental health professionals. MHSA funding from San Benito, Monterey, and Santa Cruz Counties assisted to establish this MSW Program that focused on improving the local wo Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Reducing Disparities Primary Care Integration Project INN The Innovation Program helps to reduce the barriers to physical healthcare for individuals utilizing mental health and substance abuse services. Through partnership with the San Benito Health Foundation, one of our local Federally Qualified Health Centers Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Reducing Disparities Older Adult PEI Services PEI Our older adult program provides outreach, engagement, and group services to help seniors to reduce isolation and develop a social support network with their own community. A SBCBH mental health rehab specialist regularly visits the local senior center, J Website

Rumi Saikia, LMFT (831) 636-4020
San Benito Reducing Disparities Children and Youth PEI Services PEI The Youth Alliance provides prevention and early intervention activities in the schools and community. Youth and families involved in the Joven Noble program have achieved positive outcomes. These include youth developing leadership skills, staying in sch Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Reducing Disparities Homeless Shelter Outreach PEI Weekly engagement provided at local seasonal homeless shelter. Referrals for both mental health and substance abuse programs are generated from this outreach effort. Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Housing San Benito County Behavioral Health CSS Supportive housing provided. Ground broken for permanent low-cost housing units for mental health clients. Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Unspecified Women's PEI Services PEI This PEI program offers supportive services to women who have experienced domestic violence. Services are provided at convenient locations in the community. A promising practice curriculum is utilized to engage and support these women in a group setting t Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Benito Unspecified MHSA System Transformation Program CSS Provides services to all ages: children (ages 0-15), transition age youth (ages 16-25), adults (ages 26-59), older adults (ages 60+); all genders; and all races/ethnicities. Services include comprehensive assessment services; case management services; in Website

Lynda Yoshikawa, Psy.D. Quality Improvement Supervisor (831) 636-4020
San Bernardino Crisis Support Crisis Walk-In Centers (CWIC) CSS-OESD Provides a location to conduct psychiatric assessment and crisis stabilization for those clients who are in acute psychiatric distress, or a danger to themselves or others, or gravely disabled. The CWIC provides a much needed location for County residents Website

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San Bernardino Crisis Support Psychiatric Triage Diversion Team CSS-OESD Provides screening and assessment services to clients who present to the County hospital, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, psychiatric emergency room but do not require inpatient treatment. Services include crisis stabilization, placement, transportatio Website

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San Bernardino Crisis Support Community Crisis Response Teams (CCRT) CSS-OESD Serves adults, children and youth County-wide in the least intrusive, restrictive and disruptive manner to promote client resiliency and recovery. A multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals provides crisis intervention services where individu Website

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San Bernardino Crisis Support Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) CSS-OESD The department has successfully been awarded by the California Health Facilities Financing Authority (CHFFA) to build three facilities, which will house the new Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) program. The CRT program will deliver much needed crisis r Website

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San Bernardino Crisis Support Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation (CASE) PEI A collaborative program between several child-serving agencies, targeted at diverse children/youth who have been sexually exploited or are at risk of sexual exploitation. The collaboration is intended to strengthen practices for systems serving this uniq Website

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San Bernardino Crisis Support Triage Engagement and Support Teams (TEST) SB 82 The Triage Engagement and Support Teams (TEST) program offers a necessary link between Crisis Services (Diversion, CWIC, CCRT), aimed at one time crisis intervention, and engagement to outpatient and community resources. The Triage Teams utilize case mana Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Comprehensive Children and Family Support Services (CCFSS) CSS-FSP The Comprehensive Children and Family Support Services (CCFSS) program is comprised of a continuum of services targeting three populations for inclusion in Full Service Partnerships (FSP) to provide “Wraparound” services to diverse children and youth with Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Integrated New Family Opportunities (INFO) CSS-FSP This National Association of Counties (NACO) award-winning program serves minors coming out of the Central Valley Juvenile Detention and Assessment Center. INFO uses evidence-based models for reducing the involvement of mentally ill minors in the juvenile Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Transitional Age Youth (TAY) One Stop Centers CSS-FSP Provide services to Transition-Age Youth (TAY), ages 16-25 years old, from underserved and unserved ethnic and lower socio-economic populations with mental illness, alcohol and other drug abuse issues, homelessness, abuse, non-traditional lifestyles and/o Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Forensic Integrated Mental Health Services (STAR, FACT) CSS-FSP The Supervised Treatment After Release (STAR) and Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) programs are voluntary Mental Health Court programs for defendants who agree to make mental health treatment part of the terms and conditions of their probatio Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Members Assertive Positive Solutions (MAPS) / Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT) for High Utilizers of Hospital and Jail Services CSS-FSP The ACT program provides total and intensive care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for seriously and persistently mentally ill adult consumers who are ready to transition from a locked facility into a lower level of care. Additionally, the MAPS program prov Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Homeless Intensive Case Management and Outreach / Full Service Partnership (FSP) CSS-FSP The Homeless Intensive Case Management and Outreach / Full Service Partnership Program is comprised of three (3) focus areas: Intensive Outreach and Case Management, Integrated Housing and Employment and Homeless Outreach and Support Teams (HOST). The pro Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Big Bear Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The Big Bear Full Service Partnership is an alliance of mental health service providers in the geographically isolated Big Bear Lake area that provides mental health services to children and adults. The Big Bear Full Service Partnership allows for consume Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Access, Coordination and Enhancement (ACE) of Quality Behavioral Health Services Program CSS-OESD ACE is a fundamental tool utilized in the resolution of inadequate staffing resources and treatment delivery processes within DBH. This program will aid in meeting the Department’s goal of improving the delivery of services to unserved, underserved and in Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Age Wise Older Adult Services CSS-FSP The Age Wise program is the Department of Behavioral Health’s flagship program, providing mental health and case management services to the older adult population. The Age Wise program works with seniors to maintain maximum independence and health in the Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Consumer-Operated Peer-Support Services and Clubhouse Expansion CSS-OESD Clubhouses are recovery-oriented centers for members, ages 18 and older, that operate with minimal support from staff. Consumers and family members offer guidance to peers for assistance with employment, housing, recreation, social activities and educati Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Crisis Walk-In Centers (CWIC CSS-OESD Provides a location to conduct psychiatric assessment and crisis stabilization for those clients who are in acute psychiatric distress, or a danger to themselves or others, or gravely disabled. The CWIC provides a much needed location for County residents Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Psychiatric Triage Diversion Team CSS-OESD Provides screening and assessment services to clients who present to the County hospital, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, psychiatric emergency room but do not require inpatient treatment. Services include crisis stabilization, placement, transportatio Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Community Crisis Response Teams (CCRT) CSS-OESD Serves adults, children and youth County-wide in the least intrusive, restrictive and disruptive manner to promote client resiliency and recovery. A multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals provides crisis intervention services where individu Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Age Wise Mobile Response CSS-OESD The Age Wise Mobile Circle of Care provides mobile responses to the mental health needs of older adults in the High Desert Region of San Bernardino County. The Circle of Care team works closely with community stakeholders in responding to the needs of old Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Regional Adult Full Service Partnership (RAFSP) CSS-FSP The Regional Adult Full Service Partnership (RAFSP) offers Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs in all clinics in every region of San Bernardino County. The RAFSP programs include intensive services that both assist individuals to step down to a lower Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) CSS-GSD The department has successfully been awarded by the California Health Facilities Financing Authority (CHFFA) to build three facilities, which will house the new Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) program. The CRT program will deliver much needed crisis r Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Community Wholeness and Enrichment PEI This program is designed primarily for transition age youth and adults who are experiencing, or are at risk of experiencing, the initial onset of a mental illness. It provides risk screenings and community mental health education; depression and substanc Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Resource Centers PEI Community-based centers offering parenting education, short-term counseling services and programs for transition aged youth, after-school activities, and life skills enhancement programs. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Lift – Home Nurse Visitation Program PEI Connects first-time, low-income mothers with a registered nurse who conducts education and wellness checks from the third trimester of pregnancy through the child’s second birthday, via a home visitation process. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Military Services and Family Support PEI A collaborative program that provides screening, assessment, short-term counseling, and support for military personnel and their self-defined families. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists National Crossroads Training Institute (NCTI) PEI Curriculum-based educational program targeting children and transition age youth at risk of or involved in the juvenile justice system through a cognitive behavioral change process. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Native American Resource Center PEI This program functions as a one-stop center offering several prevention and early intervention resources for American Indian and Alaskan Native of all ages. The center provides services utilizing strength-based traditional Native American practices. Ser Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Preschool PEI Program PEI Provides mental health support for diverse preschool children and education for parents and teachers to prevent and reduce the occurrence of aggressive and oppositional behavior in an effort to reduce the chance of behavioral health concerns later in lif Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Promotores de Salud/Community Health Workers PEI A community education program designed to promote mental health awareness, educate diverse cultural populations on substance abuse and mental health topics, and provide information on available resources throughout the County in a culturally and linguisti Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Resiliency Promotion in African American Children PEI Provides prevention and early intervention services to African-American children, youth, and their families. Incorporates African-American values, beliefs and traditions in mental health educational programs in a culturally and linguistically appropriate Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Student Assistance Program PEI A school-based approach to providing focused services to diverse students needing preventative education and interventions for substance abuse, mental health, emotional and social issues. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation (CASE) PEI A collaborative program between several child-serving agencies, targeted at diverse children/youth who have been sexually exploited or are at risk of sexual exploitation. The collaboration is intended to strengthen practices for systems serving this uniq Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Training Program WET Responsible for all aspects of implementation of the Workforce Education component. Includes development of a training institute, a training unit, distance learning and coordination with other MHSA components and programs. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Training to Support Fundamental Concepts of Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) WET Helps meet the needs of several areas that empower DBH and contract agency staff to provide services that are based in the wellness, recovery and resiliency model, are culturally competent, support the philosophy of a client/family driven mental health sy Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Development of Core Competencies WET Develops core competencies for each job classification title tied to employee work performance evaluations. Categorizes training to reflect the competency areas needed within the department. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Outreach to High School, Adult Education, Community College and ROP Students WET Collaborates with high school, adult education, community college and Regional Occupational Program (ROP) students to increase awareness of the opportunities in the public Behavioral Health System. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Leadership Development Program (LDP) WET Develops leaders from existing DBH and contract agency staff, begins succession planning for future leadership of DBH, begins to make leadership-based assignments, and builds leadership into supervisory training. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer and Family Advocate (PFA) Workforce Support Initiatives WET Provides training for consumers and their family members as well as volunteers who want to become Peer and Family Advocates. Provides training for newly hired Peer and Family Advocates to assist them in making the transition from consumer to provider in t Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Medical Education Program WET WET staff works with the DBH Medical Director to implement medical student training and psychiatric residency programs through a collaboration with the County hospital Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Loma Linda University Medical Center and other medi Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Scholarship Program WET Implements an employee scholarship program to help DBH and contract employees continue their education and advance their careers in behavioral health professions. The majority of scholarship funding will be aimed at lower level employees to assist them in Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Increase Eligibility of Federal Workforce Funding WET Obtains and maintains Mental Health Profession Shortage Area (MHPSA) and site designations to assist in the recruitment and retention of mental health providers in the County system. Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists TAY Behavioral Health Hostel (The STAY) INN This peer-driven program is a voluntary short-term crisis stabilization/residential program for at-risk Transition-Age Youth (TAY). It targets TAY 18-25 years of age with particular focus on the needs of diverse youth such as African American, Latino and Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Recovery Based Engagement Support Team (RBEST) INN This project provides field-based community services such as outreach, engagement, case management, family education, supportive services and therapy for diverse adult clients who suffer from untreated mental illness. RBEST re-engages individuals into the Website

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San Bernardino Peer/Family Support Specialists Triage Engagement and Support Teams (TEST) SB 82 The Triage Engagement and Support Teams (TEST) program offers a necessary link between Crisis Services (Diversion, CWIC, CCRT), aimed at one time crisis intervention, and engagement to outpatient and community resources. The Triage Teams utilize case mana Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Comprehensive Children and Family Support Services (CCFSS) CSS-FSP The Comprehensive Children and Family Support Services (CCFSS) program is comprised of a continuum of services targeting three populations for inclusion in Full Service Partnerships (FSP) to provide “Wraparound” services to diverse children and youth with Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Integrated New Family Opportunities (INFO) CSS-FSP This National Association of Counties (NACO) award-winning program serves minors coming out of the Central Valley Juvenile Detention and Assessment Center. INFO uses evidence-based models for reducing the involvement of mentally ill minors in the juvenile Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Transitional Age Youth (TAY) One Stop Centers CSS-FSP Provide services to Transition-Age Youth (TAY), ages 16-25 years old, from underserved and unserved ethnic and lower socio-economic populations with mental illness, alcohol and other drug abuse issues, homelessness, abuse, non-traditional lifestyles and/o Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Forensic Integrated Mental Health Services (STAR, FACT) CSS-FSP The Supervised Treatment After Release (STAR) and Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) programs are voluntary Mental Health Court programs for defendants who agree to make mental health treatment part of the terms and conditions of their probatio Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Members Assertive Positive Solutions (MAPS) / Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT) for High Utilizers of Hospital and Jail Services CSS-FSP The ACT program provides total and intensive care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for seriously and persistently mentally ill adult consumers who are ready to transition from a locked facility into a lower level of care. Additionally, the MAPS program prov Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Homeless Intensive Case Management and Outreach / Full Service Partnership (FSP) CSS-FSP The Homeless Intensive Case Management and Outreach / Full Service Partnership Program is comprised of three (3) focus areas: Intensive Outreach and Case Management, Integrated Housing and Employment and Homeless Outreach and Support Teams (HOST). The pro Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Big Bear Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The Big Bear Full Service Partnership is an alliance of mental health service providers in the geographically isolated Big Bear Lake area that provides mental health services to children and adults. The Big Bear Full Service Partnership allows for consume Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Access, Coordination and Enhancement (ACE) of Quality Behavioral Health Services Program CSS-OESD ACE is a fundamental tool utilized in the resolution of inadequate staffing resources and treatment delivery processes within DBH. This program will aid in meeting the Department’s goal of improving the delivery of services to unserved, underserved and in Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Age Wise Older Adult Services CSS-FSP The Age Wise program is the Department of Behavioral Health’s flagship program, providing mental health and case management services to the older adult population. The Age Wise program works with seniors to maintain maximum independence and health in the Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Consumer-Operated Peer-Support Services and Clubhouse Expansion CSS-OESD Clubhouses are recovery-oriented centers for members, ages 18 and older, that operate with minimal support from staff. Consumers and family members offer guidance to peers for assistance with employment, housing, recreation, social activities and educati Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Crisis Walk-In Centers (CWIC CSS-OESD Provides a location to conduct psychiatric assessment and crisis stabilization for those clients who are in acute psychiatric distress, or a danger to themselves or others, or gravely disabled. The CWIC provides a much needed location for County residents Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Psychiatric Triage Diversion Team CSS-OESD Provides screening and assessment services to clients who present to the County hospital, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, psychiatric emergency room but do not require inpatient treatment. Services include crisis stabilization, placement, transportatio Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Community Crisis Response Teams (CCRT) CSS-OESD Serves adults, children and youth County-wide in the least intrusive, restrictive and disruptive manner to promote client resiliency and recovery. A multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals provides crisis intervention services where individu Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Age Wise Mobile Response CSS-OESD The Age Wise Mobile Circle of Care provides mobile responses to the mental health needs of older adults in the High Desert Region of San Bernardino County. The Circle of Care team works closely with community stakeholders in responding to the needs of old Website

Access Unit
(888) 743-1478
San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Regional Adult Full Service Partnership (RAFSP) CSS-FSP The Regional Adult Full Service Partnership (RAFSP) offers Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs in all clinics in every region of San Bernardino County. The RAFSP programs include intensive services that both assist individuals to step down to a lower Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) CSS-OESD The department has successfully been awarded by the California Health Facilities Financing Authority (CHFFA) to build three facilities, which will house the new Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) program. The CRT program will deliver much needed crisis r Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Child and Youth Connection PEI Provides assessment, early intervention services, and connects foster care and juvenile justice-involved children and youth and their families with resources, mentors and mental health services. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Community Wholeness and Enrichment PEI This program is designed primarily for transition age youth and adults who are experiencing, or are at risk of experiencing, the initial onset of a mental illness. It provides risk screenings and community mental health education; depression and substance Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Family Resource Centers PEI Community-based centers offering parenting education, short-term counseling services and programs for transition aged youth, after-school activities, and life skills enhancement programs. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Lift – Home Nurse Visitation Program PEI Connects first-time, low-income mothers with a registered nurse who conducts education and wellness checks from the third trimester of pregnancy through the child’s second birthday, via a home visitation process. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Military Services and Family Support PEI A collaborative program that provides screening, assessment, short-term counseling, and support for military personnel and their self-defined families. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities National Crossroads Training Institute (NCTI) PEI Curriculum-based educational program targeting children and transition age youth at risk of or involved in the juvenile justice system through a cognitive behavioral change process. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Native American Resource Center PEI This program functions as a one-stop center offering several prevention and early intervention resources for American Indian and Alaskan Native of all ages. The center provides services utilizing strength-based traditional Native American practices. Ser Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Preschool PEI Program PEI Provides mental health support for diverse preschool children and education for parents and teachers to prevent and reduce the occurrence of aggressive and oppositional behavior in an effort to reduce the chance of behavioral health concerns later in lif Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Promotores de Salud/Community Health Workers PEI A community education program designed to promote mental health awareness, educate diverse cultural populations on substance abuse and mental health topics, and provide information on available resources throughout the County in a culturally and linguisti Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Resiliency Promotion in African American Children PEI Provides prevention and early intervention services to African-American children, youth, and their families. Incorporates African-American values, beliefs and traditions in mental health educational programs in a culturally and linguistically appropriate Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Student Assistance Program PEI A school-based approach to providing focused services to diverse students needing preventative education and interventions for substance abuse, mental health, emotional and social issues. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation (CASE) PEI A collaborative program between several child-serving agencies, targeted at diverse children/youth who have been sexually exploited or are at risk of sexual exploitation. The collaboration is intended to strengthen practices for systems serving this uniq Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Training Program WET Responsible for all aspects of implementation of the Workforce Education component. Includes development of a training institute, a training unit, distance learning and coordination with other MHSA components and programs. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Training to Support Fundamental Concepts of Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) WET Helps meet the needs of several areas that empower DBH and contract agency staff to provide services that are based in the wellness, recovery and resiliency model, are culturally competent, support the philosophy of a client/family driven mental health sy Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Development of Core Competencies WET Develops core competencies for each job classification title tied to employee work performance evaluations. Categorizes training to reflect the competency areas needed within the department. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Outreach to High School, Adult Education, Community College and ROP Students WET Collaborates with high school, adult education, community college and Regional Occupational Program (ROP) students to increase awareness of the opportunities in the public Behavioral Health System. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Leadership Development Program (LDP) WET Develops leaders from existing DBH and contract agency staff, begins succession planning for future leadership of DBH, begins to make leadership-based assignments, and builds leadership into supervisory training. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Peer and Family Advocate (PFA) Workforce Support Initiatives WET Provides training for consumers and their family members as well as volunteers who want to become Peer and Family Advocates. Provides training for newly hired Peer and Family Advocates to assist them in making the transition from consumer to provider in t Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Expand Existing Internship Program WET Provides clinical supervisors to the internship program to further enhance supervisor competencies, supplement supervision of interns created by staff shortages, provide licensing preparation support to pre-licensed clinicians, and create an employee inte Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Medical Education Program WET WET staff works with the DBH Medical Director to implement medical student training and psychiatric residency programs through a collaboration with the County hospital Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Loma Linda University Medical Center and other medi Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Scholarship Program WET Implements an employee scholarship program to help DBH and contract employees continue their education and advance their careers in behavioral health professions. The majority of scholarship funding will be aimed at lower level employees to assist them in Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Increase Eligibility of Federal Workforce Funding WET Obtains and maintains Mental Health Profession Shortage Area (MHPSA) and site designations to assist in the recruitment and retention of mental health providers in the County system. Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities TAY Behavioral Health Hostel (The STAY) INN This peer-driven program is a voluntary short-term crisis stabilization/residential program for at-risk Transition-Age Youth (TAY). It targets TAY 18-25 years of age with particular focus on the needs of diverse youth such as African American, Latino and Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Recovery Based Engagement Support Team (RBEST) INN This project provides field-based community services such as outreach, engagement, case management, family education, supportive services and therapy for diverse adult clients who suffer from untreated mental illness. RBEST re-engages individuals into the Website

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San Bernardino Reducing Disparities Triage Engagement and Support Teams (TEST) SB 82 The Triage Engagement and Support Teams (TEST) program offers a necessary link between Crisis Services (Diversion, CWIC, CCRT), aimed at one time crisis intervention, and engagement to outpatient and community resources. The Triage Teams utilize case mana Website

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San Bernardino Housing Transitional Age Youth (TAY) One Stop Centers CSS-FSP Provide services to Transition-Age Youth (TAY), ages 16-25 years old, from underserved and unserved ethnic and lower socio-economic populations with mental illness, alcohol and other drug abuse issues, homelessness, abuse, non-traditional lifestyles and/o Website

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San Bernardino Housing Forensic Integrated Mental Health Services (STAR, FACT) CSS-FSP The Supervised Treatment After Release (STAR) and Forensic Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) programs are voluntary Mental Health Court programs for defendants who agree to make mental health treatment part of the terms and conditions of their probatio Website

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San Bernardino Housing Members Assertive Positive Solutions (MAPS) / Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT) for High Utilizers of Hospital and Jail Services CSS-FSP The ACT program provides total and intensive care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for seriously and persistently mentally ill adult consumers who are ready to transition from a locked facility into a lower level of care. Additionally, the MAPS program prov Website

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San Bernardino Housing Homeless Intensive Case Management and Outreach / Full Service Partnership (FSP) CSS-FSP The Homeless Intensive Case Management and Outreach / Full Service Partnership Program is comprised of three (3) focus areas: Intensive Outreach and Case Management, Integrated Housing and Employment and Homeless Outreach and Support Teams (HOST). The pro Website

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San Bernardino Housing Age Wise Older Adult Services CSS-FSP The Age Wise program is the Department of Behavioral Health’s flagship program, providing mental health and case management services to the older adult population. The Age Wise program works with seniors to maintain maximum independence and health in the Website

Access Unit
(888) 743-1478
San Bernardino Housing Age Wise Mobile Response CSS-OESD The Age Wise Mobile Circle of Care provides mobile responses to the mental health needs of older adults in the High Desert Region of San Bernardino County. The Circle of Care team works closely with community stakeholders in responding to the needs of old Website

Access Unit
(888) 743-1478
San Bernardino Housing Regional Adult Full Service Partnership (RAFSP) CSS-FSP The Regional Adult Full Service Partnership (RAFSP) offers Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs in all clinics in every region of San Bernardino County. The RAFSP programs include intensive services that both assist individuals to step down to a lower Website

Access Unit
(888) 743-1478
San Bernardino Housing Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) CSS-OESD The department has successfully been awarded by the California Health Facilities Financing Authority (CHFFA) to build three facilities, which will house the new Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) program. The CRT program will deliver much needed crisis r Website

Access Unit
(888) 743-1478
San Bernardino Housing TAY Behavioral Health Hostel (The STAY) INN This peer-driven program is a voluntary short-term crisis stabilization/residential program for at-risk Transition-Age Youth (TAY). It targets TAY 18-25 years of age with particular focus on the needs of diverse youth such as African American, Latino and Website

Access Unit
(888) 743-1478
San Bernardino SB82 Funded Triage Engagement and Support Teams (TEST) SB 82 The Triage Engagement and Support Teams (TEST) program offers a necessary link between Crisis Services (Diversion, CWIC, CCRT), aimed at one time crisis intervention, and engagement to outpatient and community resources. The Triage Teams utilize case mana Website

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San Diego Crisis Support Mobile Adolescent Services Team (MAST) CSS Mental health assessment and treatment services located at Juvenile Court and Community School (JCCS) sites countywide. Expands Medi-Cal funded program to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

Community Research Foundation
Mobile Adolescent Services Team 1202 Morena Blvd, Suite100
(619) 398-3261
San Diego Crisis Support Psychiatric Emergency Response Services Team (PERT) CSS The service pairs law enforcement officers with psychiatric emergency clinicians to serve children and adults throughout the County. Provides mental health consultation, case coordination, linkage and limited crisis intervention services to mentally ill c Website

PERT, Inc.
1094 Cudahy Pl, Suite314
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 276-8112
San Diego Crisis Support Family/Youth
Peer Support Services
CSS Provides support and linkage to services and community resources to children/youth and their families who are being served by the Homeless Outreach program or currently receiving mental health treatment. Assist with continuity of treatment and transition Website

New Alternatives Inc.
Crisis Action & Connection (CAC)
730 Medical Center Court
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 591-5740
San Diego Crisis Support Rady's Children's' Hospital - Mobile/walk-in CSS Provides mobile crisis mental health response in conjunction with a Walk-In Assessment Clinic for the North County. An assessment team of licensed clinicians will respond to client calls within four hours and provide voluntary services. Website

Rady Children’s Hospital
Behavioral Crisis Center
3605 Vista Way, Suite 258
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 730-5900
San Diego Crisis Support East County Emergency Shelter Beds (ESB) CSS Emergency Shelter Services for Adults with mental illness. Provides shelter and food in a residential setting that has staff available during all operating hours. Provides safe and sanitary quarters on a nightly basis and in a location acceptable to the C Website

Volunteers of America
Emergency Shelter Beds
290 S. Magnolia St.
El Cajon, CA 92020 (619) 447-2428
San Diego Crisis Support Chipper Chalet Emergency Shelter Beds (ESB) CSS Chipper's Chalet Emergency Shelter Beds for Adults with mental illness. Provides shelter and food in a residential setting that has staff available during all operating hours. Provides safe and sanitary quarters on a nightly basis and in a location accept Website

Chippers Chalet
835 25th Street
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 232-7406
San Diego Crisis Support The Broadway Home Emergency Shelter Beds (ESB) CSS The Broadway Home Emergency Shelter Services for Adults with mental illness. Provides shelter and food in a residential setting that has staff available during all operating hours. Provides safe and sanitary quarters on a nightly basis and in a location a Website

The Broadway Home
2445 Broadway
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 232-7406
San Diego Crisis Support Interfaith Community Services Emergency Shelter Beds (ESB) CSS Emergency Shelter Beds for Adults with mental illness. Provides shelter and food in a residential setting that has staff available during all operating hours. Provides safe and sanitary quarters on a nightly basis and in a location acceptable to the Count Website

Interfaith Community Services Administration
550 W. Washington, Suite B,
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 489-6380
San Diego Crisis Support CCS - Hidden Valley House CSS Emergency Shelter Beds for Adults with mental illness. Provides shelter and food in a residential setting that has staff available during all operating hours. Provides safe and sanitary quarters on a nightly basis and in a location acceptable to the Count Website

Center for Community Solutions
Hidden Valley House
4508 Mission Bay Drive
San Diego, CA 92109
(858) 272-5777
San Diego Crisis Support United Homes Emergency Shelter Beds CSS Emergency Shelter Services for Adults with mental illness. Provides shelter and food in a residential setting that has staff available during all operating hours. Provides safe and sanitary quarters on a nightly basis and in a location acceptable to the C Website

United Homes-Emergency Shelter Beds
336 South Horne St.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 612-5980
San Diego Crisis Support CRF Vista Balboa, CRF New Vistas, CRF Halcyon, Crisis Center, CRF Turning Point,
CRF Jary Barreto,
CRF Isis Crisis Center
CSS Mental Health Short Term Acute Residential Treatment (START). 24 hour, 7-day a week, 365 day a year crisis residential service as an alternative to hospitalization or step down from acute in-patient care within a hospital for adults with acute and serious Website

CRF Vista Balboa
(619) 233-4399

CRF New Vistas Crisis Center
(619) 239-4663

CRF Halcyon Crisis Center
(619) 579-8685

CRF Turning Point
(760) 439-2800

CRF Jary Barreto Crisis Center
(619) 232-7048

CRF Isis Crisis Center
(619) 575-4687
San Diego Crisis Support Douglas Young BPSR Ctr. CSS North Central Region Adults/Older Adults Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery Center. Provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, an urgent walk-in component, case management; and long-term vocational support for s Website

CRF - Douglas Young
10717 Camino Ruiz #207
San Diego, CA 92126
(858) 695-2211
San Diego Crisis Support CRASH - Short Term I & Short Term II PEI Short Term I & Short Term II AOD Residential Treatment Services. Website

CRASH
Short Term I
(619) 282-7274
&
Short Term II
(619) 234-3346
San Diego Crisis Support Mental Health First Aid PEI Mental Health first aid is a public education program designed to give residents the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Website

Mental Health America of San Diego County
4069 30th Street, San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 543-0412
San Diego Peer/Family Support Specialists The Meeting Place CSS Mental Health Clubhouse/SSI Advocate and Peer Support Line. Member-driven outpatient that assists in achieving goals in employment, education, relationships, recreation, and housing. Website

The Meeting Place
2553 & 2555 State Street, Suite101
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 294-9582
(800) 930-WARM
San Diego Peer/Family Support Specialists Next Steps PEI Comprehensive, peer-based care coordination, brief treatment and system navigation to adults with mental health and /or substance abuse issues. Website

NAMI SD
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd, Suite # 320
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 643-6580
San Diego Peer/Family Support Specialists Family and Youth Liaison PEI Children, Youth and Families Liaison. Website

Family Youth Roundtable
5005 Texas Street San Diego, CA 92108 (619) 546-5852
San Diego Peer/Family Support Specialists Family Peer Support Program PEI Provides an educational series, where community speakers share their personal stories about living with mental illness and achieving recovery. Written information on mental health and resources will be provided to families and friends whose loved one is h Website

NAMI of San Diego
5095 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite 320
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 634-6597
San Diego Peer/Family Support Specialists Courage to Call Mental Health Systems, Inc. PEI Confidential, peer-staffed outreach, education, referral and support services to the Veteran community & families and its service providers. Website


Mental Health
Systems, Inc.
9445 Farnham Street, #100
San Diego, CA 02123
(858) 636-3604
San Diego Reducing Disparities Deaf Community Services CSS Behavioral Health Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Provides outpatient mental health services and case management that integrates mental health and rehabilitation treatment services for adults and older adults, transition age youth and children Website

Deaf Community Services of San Diego, Inc.
1545 Hotel Circle South, Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 398-2441
San Diego Reducing Disparities Deaf Community Services - Clubhouse CSS Recovery and Skill Center/Clubhouse for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Member-operated recovery and skill development center (clubhouse) program for deaf and hard-of-hearing transitional age youth and Adults/Older Adults who are at risk of or recovering fr Website

Deaf Community Services of San Diego, Inc.
4080 Centre St, Suite #208
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 618-0501
San Diego Reducing Disparities Survivors of Trauma Torture International (SOTI) CSS Mental Health Services to Victims of Trauma and Torture. Outpatient mental health services to adult and older adult victims of trauma and torture who are severely mentally ill and children who suffer from a severe emotional disturbance. Website

Survivors of Torture, International
PO Box 151240
San Diego, CA 92175
(619) 278-2400
San Diego Reducing Disparities SmartCare Mental Health and Primary Care Services Integration Services CSS Rural Integrated Behavioral Health & Primary Care Services. Mental health assessment, Dual diagnosis screening, Information, Brief mental health services
Referrals as needed
 
Website

SmartCare- Campo Health Clinic
Mountain Empire Family Medicine
31115 Highway 94
Campo, CA 91906
(760) 788-9725

Vista Hill
4990 Williams Ave
La Mesa, CA 91942
(619) 668-4263
San Diego Reducing Disparities Mental Health and Primary Care Services Integration Services CSS Services deliver through the Enhanced Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) model for adult patients. Provides individuals who are identified in need behavioral health interventions based on screening and provide access to medica Website

Community Clinic Health Network
7535 Metropolitan Drive
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 542-4300
San Diego Reducing Disparities Oral Interpretation Services CSS Interpretation for all mental health and case management services. Additionally linkages with families in need of language translation. Website

Interpreters Unlimited
11199 Sorrento Valley Rd, Suite203
San Diego, CA 92121
(800) 726-9891
San Diego Reducing Disparities WrapWorks SDCC CSS Wraparound services-CWS or Probation Departments services to maximize the capacity of the family to meet the child's needs and reduce the level of care from a group home placement to a home or home-like setting. Website

3002 Armstrong Street
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 633-4100

Satellite locations:
North
235 W. 5th Ave., Suite130
Escondido, CA 92025

South
123 Worthington St., Suite201
Spring Valley, CA 91977
San Diego Reducing Disparities Child/Youth Case Management CSS Enhance outpatient services to children, youth, and families in eight outpatient clinics to provide full service partnership services. Enhance services to clients and families by providing case management in clinics in addition to the services. Website

Rady Children Hospital North Inland
625 W. Citracado Pkwy, Suite102
Escondido, CA 92025
(619) (760) 294-9270
San Diego Reducing Disparities Child/Youth Case Management CSS Enhance outpatient services to children, youth, and families in eight outpatient clinics to provide full service partnership services. Enhance services to clients and families by providing case management in clinics in addition to the services. Website

Rady Children's Hospital (RCHSD) Central-East-South
3665 Kearny Villa Road, Suite101
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 966-8471
San Diego Reducing Disparities Child/Youth Case Management CSS Enhance outpatient services to children, youth, and families in eight outpatient clinics to provide full service partnership services. Enhance services to clients and families by providing case management in clinics in addition to the services. Website

Rady Children's Hospital Central
3665 Kearny Villa Rd
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 966-5832
San Diego Reducing Disparities Child/Youth Case Management CSS Enhance outpatient services to children, youth, and families in eight outpatient clinics to provide full service partnership services. Enhance services to clients and families by providing case management in clinics in addition to the services. Website

Union of Pan Asian Communities
Children's Mental Health Counseling and Treatment Center
1031 25th St, Suite C
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 232-6454
San Diego Reducing Disparities Cultural Language Specific Outpatient CSS Outpatient specialty mental health services are provided within the highly diverse communities in the southeastern region of San Diego. The program is a Full Services Partnership that work collaboratively with contracted Family Peer partners. Website

Southeast Children's Mental Health
3177 Oceanview Blvd
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 595-4400
San Diego Reducing Disparities Parent Partner Services CSS Culturally competent Full Service Partnership mental health services to Latino and Asian/Pacific Islander children, youth and their families. Services “do whatever it takes” to assist clients in meeting their mental health goals. Website

Harmonium Inc. FPP
5275 Market Street
Suite E
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 857-6799
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Multi-Cultural Community Counseling CSS Culturally competent Full Service Partnership mental health services to Latino and Asian/Pacific Islander children, youth and their families. Services “do whatever it takes” to assist clients in meeting their mental health goals. Website

Union of Pan Asian Communities
5348 University Ave. Suite 101 and 102
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 232-6454 ext. 801
San Diego Reducing Disparities Homeless Runaway
Mental & Behavioral Health Services
CSS Homeless and Runaway. Outpatient specialty mental health services for homeless SED children and youth. Website

San Diego Youth Services
Counseling COVE
2250 4th Ave, Suite301
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 525-9903
San Diego Reducing Disparities Wrap Around County Match CSS Provides wraparound mental health services to clients and their families to transition children/ youth currently in Child Welfare Services custody and residential placement back to a home environment. Website

Fred Finch Wraparound Services.
3434 Grove St.
Lemon Grove, CA 91945
(619) 281-3706
San Diego Reducing Disparities Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) CSS Wrap Around County-wide Prevention Program. • Full Service Partnership
• Assessment
• Treatment
Website

New Alternatives/TBS
2535 Katter Blvd, Suite 1A4
San Diego, CA 92125
(619) 615-0701
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Crossroads CSS Mental health services provided on school sites. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

Community Research Foundation
Crossroads Family Center
1679 E. Main Street
Suite 102
El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 441-1907
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Para Las Familias CSS Mental health services provided on school sites. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

Episcopal Community Services
401 Mile of Cars Way, Suite 350
National City, CA 91950
(619) 228-2800 x316
San Diego Reducing Disparities Child/Youth Case Management CSS Enhance outpatient services to children, youth, and families in eight outpatient clinics to provide Full Service Partnership services. Enhance services to clients and families by providing case management in clinics in addition to the services. Website

Community Research Foundation
Douglas Young Youth and Family Services
7907 Ostrow St, Suite F
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 300-8282
San Diego Reducing Disparities Child/Youth Case Management CSS North Coastal Outpatient Clinic in Oceanside. Website

Rady Children's Hospital North Coastal
3142 Vista Way, Ste 205
Oceanside, CA 92056
(760) 758-1480
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Nueva Vista CSS Enhance outpatient services to children, youth, and families in eight outpatient clinics to provide full service partnership services. Enhance services to clients and families by providing case management in clinics in addition to the services. Website

Community Research Foundation
Nueva Vista Family Services
1161 Bay Blvd, Suite B
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 585-7686
San Diego Reducing Disparities Child/Youth Case Management CSS Enhance outpatient services to children, youth, and families in eight outpatient clinics to provide full service partnership services. Enhance services to clients and families by providing case management in clinics in addition to the services. Eight clin Website

San Ysidro Health Center
Youth Enhancement Services (YES)
3025 Beyer Blvd. Ste E101
San Diego, CA 92154
(619) 428-5533
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Mental Health Services CSS Mental health services provided on school sites across the County. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

Palomar Family Counseling- Escondido
1002 East Grand Ave.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 741-2660

Fallbrook
120 West Hawthorne
Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 731-3235
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Mental Health Services CSS Mental health services provided on school sites across the County. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

Escondido Vista Hill Foundation
1029 N. Broadway Ave.
Escondido, CA 92026
(760) 489-4126

North Inland Ramona Vista Hill Foundation
1012 Main Street, #101
Ramona, CA 92065
(760) 788-9724
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Mental Health Services CSS Mental health services provided on school sites across the County. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

North County Lifeline Oceanside
707 Oceanside Blvd.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 757-0118

North County Lifeline Vista
200 Michigan Ave.
Vista, CA 92084
(760) 726-4900
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Mental Health Services CSS Mental health services provided on school sites across the County. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) San Diego Inc., School Based Outpatient Treatment
4275 El Cajon Blvd, Suite 101
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 283-9624
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based
Mental Health Services
CSS Mental health services provided on school sites across the County. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

YMCA-TIDES
4080 Centre Street, Suite 103
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 543-9850
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based
Mental Health Services
CSS Mental health services provided on school sites across the County. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

Providence Cornerstone
School Based Outpatient Treatment
4660 El Cajon Blvd, Suite 210
San Diego, CA 92115
(619) 640-3266
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based
Mental Health Services
CSS Mental health services provided on school sites across the County. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website


Rady Children's Hospital of San Diego
North Inland
625 W Citracado Pkwy Ste 102
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 294-9270
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based
Mental Health Services
CSS Mental health services provided on school sites across the County. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

Mental Health Systems Inc.
School Based Program
4660 Viewridge Avenue
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 278-3292
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based
Mental Health Services
CSS Mental health services provided on school sites across the County. Expands Medi-Cal funded programs to include unserved clients (those with no access to services). Website

San Diego Center for Children
East Region Outpatient
7339 El Cajon Blvd. Suite K
La Mesa, CA 91942
(619) 668-6200
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based
Mental Health Services
CSS Community Circle - Central & East school based outpatient children's mental health services. Website

Community Circle SD
Logan Heights Family Health Centers
2204 National Ave
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 515-2355

Community Circle/Spring Valley Family Health Centers
3845 Spring Dr.
Spring Valley, CA 91977
(619) 515-2318
San Diego Reducing Disparities Child/Youth Case Management
Incredible Years
CSS Provides the Incredible Years (IY) curriculum to children ages 0-5 and their families at designated preschool sites in San Diego Unified School District as well as to children and families attending other preschools in the surrounding area. Website

SDUSD Early Childhood Mental Health - Incredible Years Program
Emerson Elementary
3510 Newton Avenue, Bungalow 103
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 238-0471
San Diego Reducing Disparities Perinatal Outpatient Homeless Outreach CSS Adding Perinatal Outpatient Homeless Outreach component to enhance the existing Women's Perinatal Non-residential AOD Treatment Services for women who may have a serious mental illness and co-occurring disorder in all regions of San Diego County. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Family/Youth
Peer Support Services
CSS Conduct forums in each of the six regions emphasizing education and information regarding the de-stigmatization of mental illness and the use of psychotropic medication. Website

Family & Youth Roundtable
Consumer Family Liaison Services
5005 Texas St., Suite104
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 546-5852
San Diego Reducing Disparities Breaking Cycles Graduated Sanctions Program CSS Offers support to probation youth within the institutions from all regions of the County. A new component of the program will increase staffing to offer screening and programming for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) detained in Juvenile Ha Website

San Diego Youth Services
3255 Wing Street
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 221-8600 x 1225
San Diego Reducing Disparities Mobile Psychiatric Emergency Response & North County Walk-In Assessment Clinic CSS Psychiatric Crisis Screening and Stabilization. Emergency psychiatric services for severely emotionally and behaviorally disordered children and adolescents age 5 to 17. Website

New Alternatives Inc.
Emergency Screening Unit (ESU) Augmentation Services
730 Medical Center Court
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 397- 6972
San Diego Reducing Disparities Medication Support
for Wards and Dependents
CSS Provides short term (no more than 3 months) stabilization with psychotropic medication and linkage to community-based or private facility for on-going treatment. Website

Phoenix House of San Diego Inc.
Alcohol and Drug Residential Services for Adolescents
11600 Eldridge Avenue
Lake View Terrace, CA, 91342
San Diego Reducing Disparities Medication Support
for Wards and Dependents
CSS Provides short term (no more than 3 months) stabilization with psychotropic medication and linkage to community-based or private facility for on-going treatment. Website

Vista Hill Juvenile Court Clinic
2851 Meadow Lark Drive
San Diego, CA 92123
San Diego Reducing Disparities LGBTQI CSS Provides proper assessment and resources while focusing on educational goals specifically to LGBTQ youth presenting complex forms of trauma. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Probation After Hours CSS Program will augment current resources with additional staffing and expanded hours of coverage to coincide with periods of free time for the youth. Website

County of San Diego-Juvenile Forensic Services
2901 Meadowlark Dr.
San Diego, CA 92123
San Diego Reducing Disparities Placement Stabilization Services CSS Provides mental health services to clients and their families to stabilize and maintain children and youth in home-like settings. Provides peer mentorship services to CWS youth in placement. Website

New Alternatives Inc.
San Pasqual Academy
17701 San Pasqual Valley Rd
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 233-6005
San Diego Reducing Disparities Placement Stabilization Services CSS Provides mental health services to clients and their families to stabilize and maintain children and youth in home-like settings. Provides peer mentorship services to CWS youth in placement. Website

San Diego Center for Children
Clark Day Treatment Program
3003 Armstrong Street
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 277-9550
San Diego Reducing Disparities Placement Stabilization Services CSS Provides mental health services to clients and their families to stabilize and maintain children and youth in home-like settings. Provides peer mentorship services to CWS youth in placement. Website

Fred Finch Day Rehab
3434 Grove St.
Lemon Grove, CA 91945
(619) 281-3706
San Diego Reducing Disparities Placement Stabilization Services CSS Provides mental health services to clients and their families to stabilize and maintain children and youth in home-like settings. Provides peer mentorship services to CWS youth in placement. Website

SDSU - CSS Training TF CBT
San Diego Center for Children RCL 12&14
3002-3004 Armstrong Street
San Diego, CA 92111
San Diego Reducing Disparities Incredible Families CSS Mental health and incredible years services for child welfare services. Website

Vista Hill Foundation
East Region
Incredible Families Program
4990 Williams Ave
La Mesa, CA 91941
(619) 668-4200

Incredible Families Central
8910 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 514-5163

North Inland Mental Health Outpatient Servic
San Diego Reducing Disparities Multi-Systemic Therapy CSS Juvenile Hall Mental Health Re-Entry Program that offers Multi-Systemic Therapy and Assertive Community Treatment Children's Mental Health Services. Website

San Diego Unified School District
Multi Treatment Therapy and Assertive Community Treatment
2351 Cardinal Lane, Annex B
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 573-2227
San Diego Reducing Disparities TBD CSS Assertive Community Treatment and Inreach Services to Persons In or Discharged from Long Term Care Full Services Partnership. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Payee Case Management services CSS Payee Case Management with a rehabilitation and recovery focus to adults who meet eligibility criteria; a key component of the program is increasing clients’ money management skills. Bio-Psycho-Social Rehabilitation (BPSR) principles, shall be evident and Website

NAMI San Diego Adult Outpatient
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 634-6590
San Diego Reducing Disparities TBD CSS Full Service Partnership / Assertive Community Treatment with supportive housing and Strengths-Based Case Management. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Senior IMPACT CSS CRF Assertive Community Treatment / Full Service Partnership Older Adult Services. Website

Senior IMPACT
928 Broadway
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 977-3716
San Diego Reducing Disparities Center Star ACT CSS Adult Mental Health Justice Integrated Services and Supported Housing with ACT Team Services. County-wide SDMC MHSA FSP ACT Team age 25-59 who have been or are in the justice system and received mental health services while in detention, and age 18+ who m Website

MHS Inc.
4283 El Cajon Blvd, Suite115
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 521-1743
San Diego Reducing Disparities Casa Pacifica CSS Transitional Residential Program. Full Service Partnership (FSP) program offering medication support, case management/brokerage, crisis intervention, rehabilitation, and other rehabilitative and recovery interventions in a transitional residential setting Website

Casa Pacifica
321 Cassidy St
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 721-2171
San Diego Reducing Disparities Changing Options, Inc. CSS Adult Residential Facility - Behavioral Health Treatment Residential Treatment Program. Contractor’s Behavioral Health Residential Treatment Program provides services to clients in a recovery-orientated learning open residential environment with on-site s Website

Changing Options Inc.
Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment Program
500 Third St
Ramona, CA 92065
(760) 789-7299
San Diego Reducing Disparities Behavioral Health Court CSS Adult Behavioral Health Court Calendar Full Service Partnership with Modified Assertive Community Treatment Team and Housing Services. Website

Telecare
Behavioral Health Court
1675 Morena Blvd, Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 275-8000
San Diego Reducing Disparities Catalyst CSS Transition Age Youth (TAY) Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Full Service Partnership (FSP). Website

Providence Community Services
Catalyst Program
7986 Dagget St.
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 300-0460 x 118
San Diego Reducing Disparities Jewish Family Service CSS Patient Advocacy Services for mental health clients will be expanded to County identified Skilled Nursing Facilities with Augmented Services Programs. Provides inpatient advocacy services for adults and children/adolescents receiving mental health service Website

Jewish Family Service
8788 Balboa Ave
San Diego, CA 92123
(619) 282-1134
San Diego Reducing Disparities Maria Sardiñas Center CSS South Region (Southern Area) Strengths-Based Case Management. Outpatient mental health clinic providing SBCM services to adults age 18+ who have serious mental illness (SMI), including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Website

Maria Sardiñas BPSR Wellness & Recovery Center
1465 30th St, Suite K
San Diego, CA 92154,
(619) 428-1000
San Diego Reducing Disparities Public Defender Discharge CSS Licensed mental health clinicians will provide discharge planning, care coordination, referral and linkage, and short term case management to persons with a serious mental illness who have been referred by the Court for services. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Project In-Reach
Jail Discharge Planning
CSS Provides discharge planning and short-term transition services for clients who are in jail and identified to have a SMI to assist in connecting clients with community-based treatment once released. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Chipper's Chalet CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Chipper's Chalet Augmented Services Program
835 25th St.
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 234-5465
San Diego Reducing Disparities Fancor Guest Home CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Fancor Guest Home
631-651 Taft Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 588-1761
San Diego Reducing Disparities Friendly Home II CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Liliosa D. Vibal Friendly Home II
504 Ritchey Street
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 263-2127
San Diego Reducing Disparities Friendly Home Mission Hills CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website


Liliosa D. Vibal (Friendly Home of Mission Hills)
3025 Reynard Way
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 297-1841
San Diego Reducing Disparities The Broadway Home CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Mark Alane Inc. dba The Broadway Home
2445 Broadway
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 232-7406
San Diego Reducing Disparities Orlando Guest Home LLC CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Orlando Guest Home LLC
297-299 Orlando Street
El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 444-9411
San Diego Reducing Disparities Nelson-Haven Board and Care CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Nelson-Haven Board and Care
1268 22nd Street
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 233-0525
San Diego Reducing Disparities Troy Center for Supportive Living CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Volunteers of America Troy Center for Supportive Living
8627 Troy Street
Spring Valley, CA 91977
(619) 465-8792
San Diego Reducing Disparities Country Club Guest House ASP Program CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Country Club Guest Home
25533 Rua Michelle
Escondido, CA 92026
(760) 747-0957
San Diego Reducing Disparities Recovery Innovations - Client Operated Peer Support Services CSS Provides Clubhouse Services. Client-operated peer support services program that includes countywide peer education, peer advocacy, peer counseling, peer support of client-identified goals with referrals to relevant support agencies, and skill development Website

Recovery Innovations
3565 Del Rey St, #202
San Diego, CA 92109
(858) 274-4650
San Diego Reducing Disparities Carroll's Residential Care CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Carroll's Residential Care
655 S. Mollison St.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 444-3181
San Diego Reducing Disparities Carroll's Community Care CSS Augmented Services Program (ASP). Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities). Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from t Website

Carroll's Community Care
523 Emerald Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 442-8893
San Diego Reducing Disparities NAMI San Diego - Family Mental Health Education & Support CSS The program provides a series of educational classes presented by family members using an established family education curriculum to provide education and support for persons who have relatives (or close friends) with mental illness. Website


NAMI Family Education Services
5095 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite, 125
San Diego, CA 92123
(619) 398-9851
San Diego Reducing Disparities Bayview Clubhouse CSS MHSA Clubhouse Enhancement and Expansion for Employment Services. Member-driven center that assists adults age 18+ diagnosed with a serious mental illness (who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder) to achieve goals in areas such as employment, e Website

PVH Bayview Clubhouse
330 Moss St.
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 585-4646
San Diego Reducing Disparities Neighborhood House Association Friendship Clubhouse CSS Member-Operated Clubhouse Program in the Central Region for adults/older adults with a serious mental disorder ages 18 and older including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Website


Neighborhood House Association Friendship Clubhouse
286 Euclid Avenue
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 266-9400
San Diego Reducing Disparities Casa Del Sol Clubhouse CSS South Region (Southern Area) Clubhouse. Member-driven center that assists adults age 18+ diagnosed with a serious mental illness (who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder) to achieve goals in areas such as employment, education, social relations Website

CRF South Bay
Casa del Sol Clubhouse
1157 30th Street
San Diego, CA 92154 (619) 429-1937
San Diego Reducing Disparities Visions Clubhouse CSS South Region (Northern Area) Clubhouse. Member-driven center that assists adults age 18+ diagnosed with a serious mental illness (who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder) to achieve goals in areas such as employment, education, social relations Website

CRF South Bay
Casa del Sol Clubhouse
1157 30th Street
San Diego, CA 92154 (619) 429-1937
San Diego Reducing Disparities Alvarado Parkway Institute Discovery Clubhouse CSS Mental Health Weekend Clubhouse Services. Member-driven Clubhouse that assists adults age 18+ diagnosed with a serious mental illness (may have a co-occurring substance use disorder) to achieve goals in areas such as employment, education, social relation Website

Alvarado Parkway Institute Discovery Clubhouse
5538 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 667-6176
San Diego Reducing Disparities CRF-East Corner Clubhouse CSS East Region Member Operated Clubhouse. Member-driven center that assists adults age 18+ diagnosed with a serious mental illness (who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder) to achieve goals in areas such as employment, education, social relationsh Website


CRF East Corner Clubhouse
1060 Estes St
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 631-0441
San Diego Reducing Disparities Friend to Friend (F2F) Clubhouse CSS Provides a street outreach and site-based program to engage homeless seriously mentally ill adults, including Veterans, 18 years of age and older, who may also have co-occurring substance abuse disorders. Website

ECS Friend-to-Friend Program
Homeless Services Program
2144 El Cajon Blvd
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 228-2800
San Diego Reducing Disparities UPAC BPSR Ctr (Mid City)
UPAC BPSR Ctr (Serra Mesa) UPAC EAST WIND
CSS Provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, case management, mobile outreach, long-term vocational. Website

UPAC BPSR Mid City
5348 University Ave., Suite101 &120
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 229-2999

UPAC BPSR Serra Mesa
8745 Aero Drive. Suite330
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) -268-4933

UPAC EAST WIND
8745 Aero Drive. Suite330
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 268-4
San Diego Reducing Disparities The Corner Clubhouse CSS Member-Operated Clubhouse Program in the Central Region for adults/older adults with a serious mental disorder ages 18 and older including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Website

The Corner Clubhouse
2864 University Ave.
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 683-7423
San Diego Reducing Disparities Mariposa Clubhouse CSS Clubhouse services in the North Coastal Region. Member-driven center that assists adults age 18+ diagnosed with a serious mental illness (who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder) to achieve goals in areas such as employment, education, social r Website

North Coastal Region
MHS, Inc. Mariposa Clubhouse
560 Greenbrier, # C-E
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 439-2785
San Diego Reducing Disparities Escondido Clubhouse CSS Clubhouse services in the North Inland Region. Member-driven center that assists adults age 18+ diagnosed with a serious mental illness (who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder) to achieve goals in areas such as employment, education, social re Website

North Inland Region
MHS, Inc. Escondido Clubhouse
474 W. Vermont Ave., Suite105
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 737-7125
San Diego Reducing Disparities San Diego Employment Solutions CSS Supported employment services and opportunities for Transition Age Youth, Adults and Older Adults with SMI. Supportive employment program that provides an array of job opportunities to help adults with serious mental illness obtain competitive employment. Website

Mental Health Systems, Inc.
Employment Solutions
10981 San Diego
Mission Rd, Suite100
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 521-9569
San Diego Reducing Disparities Neighborhood House Clubhouse CSS Member-Operated Clubhouse Program in the Central Region for adults/older adults with a serious mental disorder ages 18 and older including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Website

Neighborhood House Clubhouse
286 Euclid Avenue
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 266-9400
San Diego Reducing Disparities Heartland Center CSS Provides Adults/Older Adults Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR) clinical outpatient services that integrate mental health services and rehabilitation treatment and recovery services. Website

East Region
CRF Heartland Center
1060 Estes St
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 440-5133
San Diego Reducing Disparities Logan Heights Family Counseling CSS Provides outpatient, case management/brokerage and vocational support services for seriously mentally ill (SMI) indigent clients aged 18 and older including those who may have a co-occurring substance abuse disorder. Bio-psychosocial rehabilitation (BPSR) Website

FHC Logan Heights
2204 National Ave San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 515-2355
San Diego Reducing Disparities Areta Crowell Clinic, ACC CSS Certified Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR) Wellness Recovery provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, case management; and long-term vocational support for seriously mentally ill (SMI) clients. Website

Areta Crowell BPSR Program
1963 4th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 233-3432 ext. 1308
San Diego Reducing Disparities San Diego Workforce Partnership CSS Provides consultant services for increased employment opportunities for adults with serious mental illness (SMI). Technical expertise and consultation on county-wide employment development, partnership, engagement, and funding opportunities for adults wit Website

San Diego Workforce Partnership
3910 University, #400 San Diego, CA 92105 (619) 228-2900
San Diego Reducing Disparities MHS - North Inland Mental Health Center CSS Outpatient mental health and rehabilitation and recovery, crisis walk in, peer support, homeless outreach, case management and long term vocational support. Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adul Website

MHS North Inland Mental Health Center
(760) 747-3424

MHS Kinesis North WRC
(760) 480-2255

Kinesis North WRC- Ramona site
(760) 736-2429

MHS-WRC with MHSA and Satellite North Inland
(760) 480-2255
San Diego Reducing Disparities SSI Advocacy CSS Provides Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Advocacy Services for consumers of the following programs: General Relief (GR); Cash Assistance Program for Indigents (CAPI), County Medical Services (CMS), and mental health consumers of San Diego County throug Website

Legal Aid
110 South Euclid
San Diego, CA 92114
(877) 734-3258
San Diego Reducing Disparities North Coastal Mental Health Clinic and Vista BPSR Clinic CSS Outpatient mental health and rehabilitation and recovery, crisis walk in, peer support, homeless outreach, case management and long term vocational support. Website

MHS-North Coastal Mental Health Center
1701 Mission Ave
Oceanside, CA 92058
(760) 967-4483

MHS BPSR Vista
550 West Vista Way, Suite 407
Vista, CA 92083
(760) 758-1092
San Diego Reducing Disparities Oasis Clubhouse CSS Transition Age Youth (TAY) Member Operated Clubhouse. Member-driven center that assists transition age youth age 16-25 diagnosed with a serious mental illness (who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder) to achieve goals in areas such as employmen Website

Oasis Clubhouse
7155 Mission Gorge Rd.
San Diego CA 92120
(858) 300-0470 x 201
San Diego Reducing Disparities Positive Solutions CSS Assessments and brief intervention to home bound seniors. Website


UPAC Midtown Center
5348 University Avenue,
Suites #101 & 120
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 229-2999
San Diego Reducing Disparities Jane Westin Wellness & Recovery Center CSS Walk-In center providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adults age 18+ who have serious mental illness (SMI), including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Website

Jane Westin Wellness & Recovery Center
1568 6th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 235-2600 x 201
San Diego Reducing Disparities Gifford Clinic CSS Certified Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR) Wellness Recovery Center that provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, case management; and long-term vocational support for seriously mentally ill (SMI) clients Website

UCSD Gifford Clinic
140 Arbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92037
(619) 543-6136
San Diego Reducing Disparities In Home Outreach Team IHOT Central/East/ South CSS Mobile In Home Outreach Teams (IHOT) in the South Regions. In Home Mobile Outreach to Adults/Older Adults with a serious mental illness. Website

In Home Outreach Team - IHOT
1660 Hotel Circle North Suite 314
San Diego CA 92108
(619) 961-2120
San Diego Reducing Disparities In Home Outreach Team IHOT - North Inland, North Central CSS In-home Outreach Team - Mobile Outreach and Linkage North Coastal, North Inland, North Central. In Home Mobile Outreach to Adults/Older Adults with a serious mental illness. Website

MHS - IHOT
North Coastal, North Inland, North Central
365 Rancho Santa Fe Rd. #100
San Marcos, CA 92078
San Diego Reducing Disparities Exodus Walk in Assessment Center
Vista Exodus North County Walk in Assessment Center - Escondido
CSS Walk-In center providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adults age 18+ who have serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Website

North County Walk In Assessment Center-
1520 South Escondido Blvd.
Escondido, CA 92025 Vista Walk In Assessment Center
524 & 500 W. Vista Way
Vista, CA 92083
San Diego Reducing Disparities Serial Inebriate Program CSS Non-residential AOD treatment and recovery service center focus of court sentenced chronic public inebriates as an alternative to custody. Serves those who may have a co-occurring mental health disorder and chronic inebriants working in conjunction with t Website

MHS SIP Program
3340 Kemper Street
San Diego, CA 92118
(619) 523-8121
San Diego Reducing Disparities Project Enable Outpatient Program CSS Provides a Short-Doyle Medi-Cal (SD/MC) certified Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR) Wellness Recovery Center that provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, an urgent walk-in component, and case management brokerage; for Website

NHA - Project Enable
Outpatient Program
286 Euclid Avenue
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 266-9400
San Diego Reducing Disparities Project In-Reach CSS In-Reach Services primarily focusing on at risk African-American and Latino who are incarcerated adults at designated detention facilities and will be released in San Diego County. Program provides discharge planning and short-term transition services f Website


Neighborhood House Association
286 Euclid Avenue #102
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 266-9400
San Diego Reducing Disparities South Bay Guidance Wellness and Recovery Center CSS South Region (Northern Area) strengths-based case management. Outpatient mental health SBCM to adults age 18+ who have serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Website

South Bay Guidance Wellness and Recovery Center 835 3rd Ave., Suite C
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 429-1937
San Diego Reducing Disparities Stepping Stone of San Diego, Inc. PEI Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Residential Treatment and Recovery Services. Website


Stepping Stone Residential
3767 Central Avenue
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 278-0777
San Diego Reducing Disparities MITE KIVA PEI Perinatal Detox, KIVA-Women and Children Residential. Website

Perinatal Detox & Pre Treatment Services
2049 Skyline Drive
Lemon Grove, CA 91945
San Diego Reducing Disparities MITE Adolescent Group Homes PEI North County, East County, and South Bay Adolescent Group Homes. Website

Adolescent Group Homes

MITE - East
2219 Odessa Court
Lemon Grove, CA 91945

MITE - North County
3744 Santa Ynez Way
Oceanside, CA 92054

MITE - South
2315 Bar Bit Road
Spring Valley, CA 91978
San Diego Reducing Disparities House of Metamorphosis, Inc. PEI AOD Residential Treatment Services. Website

House of Metamorphosis, Inc.
Long Term Residential
Beverly Monroe
(619) 236-9492
San Diego Reducing Disparities Phoenix House of San Diego, Inc. PEI AOD Residential Services for Adolescents Website

Phoenix House
Lake View Terrace Adolescents
11600 Eldridge Avenue
Lake View Terrace, CA
91342
(818) 686-3000
San Diego Reducing Disparities Rachel's Women's Center PEI Rachel's Non-residential Women's Center for Homeless Women's Recovery Services. Website

Catholic Charities - Homeless Women's
Recovery Center
Antoinette Fallon
349 Cedar St.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 236-9074
San Diego Reducing Disparities TBD PEI Women's Perinatal Non-Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment and Recovery Services. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities TBD PEI Women's Perinatal Non-residential AOD Treatment Services. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Serenity Center Health Right 360 PEI Long Term Residential Women & Perinatal AOD Treatment Program Website

Jean Avila
(619) 584-5035
San Diego Reducing Disparities MITE East Teen Recovery Center PEI Non-Residential AOD Treatment and Recovery Services for Adolescents. Adolescents ages 12 to 17 with alcohol and other drug-induced problems. Website


MITE Teen Recovery Center
7800 University Avenue Suite A1
La Mesa, CA 91942
(619) 465-4349
San Diego Reducing Disparities MITE South Teen Recovery Center PEI Non-Residential AOD Treatment and Recovery Services for Adolescents. Adolescents ages 12 to 17 with alcohol and other drug-induced problems. Website


MITE Teen Recovery Center
2429 Fenton Street Bldg., 5
Chula Vista, CA 91914
(619) 482-9300
San Diego Reducing Disparities MITE North Central Teen Recovery Center PEI Non-Residential AOD Treatment and Recovery Services for Adolescents. Adolescents ages 12 to 17 with alcohol and other drug-induced problems. Website

MITE-Teen Recovery Center
7867 Convoy Court, Suite 302
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 277-4633
San Diego Reducing Disparities MITE Teen Recovery Center-North Coastal PEI Non-Residential AOD Treatment and Recovery Services for Adolescents. Adolescents ages 12 to 17 with alcohol and other drug-induced problems. Website

MITE-Teen Recovery Center 3923 Waring Rd Suite D
Oceanside CA 92056
(760) 726-4451
San Diego Reducing Disparities UPAC PEI Non-Residential Alcohol and Drug Treatment and Recovery for Adults and TAY. Website

3288 El Cajon Boulevard, Suites #suites 3,6,10,11,12 & 13
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 521-5720
San Diego Reducing Disparities Co-Occurring Disorder – Screening by Community-Based ADS Providers PEI Adult Drug Court case management and non-residential AOD treatment and testing program services for non-violent adult male and female offenders with histories of drug use and criminal justice contacts, previous treatment failures, and high rates of health Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Central Region Teen Recovery Center (TRC) PEI Non residential AOD treatment and recovery services. Adolescents ages 12 to 17 with alcohol and other drug-induced problems. Website

UPAC Central
1031 25th Street
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 232-6454 ext. 801
San Diego Reducing Disparities MHS North Inland TRC PEI Non-residential AOD treatment and recovery services for Adolescents. Website

Mental Health Systems Inc.
508 North Mission Ave, Suites 104 & 105,
Escondido, CA 92025
San Diego Reducing Disparities VHF Central Southeastern TRC PEI Non-residential AOD treatment and recovery services to adolescents. Website

Vista Hill Foundation
220 North Euclid Ave Suite 40
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 795-7232
San Diego Reducing Disparities CSF - South Region PEI Services and engagement with community resources and supports for families in order to assist in maintaining a safe home for children and reducing the effects of trauma exposure. Website

South Bay Community Services
430 F St.
Chula Vista, CA 91910
(619) 420-3620
San Diego Reducing Disparities CSF - North Coastal/North Inland PEI Services and engagement with community resources and supports for families in order to assist in maintaining a safe home for children and reducing the effects of trauma exposure. Website

North County Lifeline
707 Oceanside BLVD
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 842-6250
San Diego Reducing Disparities CSF Central and North Central Regions PEI Services and engagement with community resources and supports for families in order to assist in maintaining a safe home for children and reducing the effects of trauma exposure. Website

Social Advocates for Youth
8755 Aero Drive, Suite 100,
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 565-4148
San Diego Reducing Disparities CSF East Region PEI CSF program provides family preservation, family support, and family reunification services to children and families in the CWS system. Website

Home Start
5005 Texas Street, Suite 203,
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 692-0727
San Diego Reducing Disparities Triple P PEI Three levels of the Triple P parenting program to educate parents with children exhibiting behavioral/emotional problems in Head Start and Early Head Start Centers and elementary school in low-income communities. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Kick Start PEI Services for individuals at-risk for developing or experiencing a first break of serious mental illness that includes outreach, education, and intervention. Website

Providence Community Services
6160 Mission Gorge Rd,
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
(619) 481-3790
San Diego Reducing Disparities Southern Indian Health Council, Inc. PEI PEI and substance use treatment services to Native Americans. Website


Southern Indian Health Council, Inc. (SIHC)
4058 Willows Rd
Alpine, CA 91901
(619) 445-1188
San Diego Reducing Disparities Indian Health Council, Inc. PEI PEI and substance use treatment services to Native Americans. Website

Indian Health Council
50100 Golsh Road
Valley Center, CA 92082
(760) 749-1410
San Diego Reducing Disparities Sycuan Medical/Dental Center PEI PEI services to Native Americans. Provides specialized culturally appropriate behavioral health PEI services Website

Sycuan Band of Kumeyaay Nation
Sycuan Medical/Dental Center
5442 Sycuan Road
El Cajon, CA 92019
(619) 445-0707
San Diego Reducing Disparities SD American Indian Health Center PEI Provide specialized culturally appropriate PEI services to Native American Indian/Alaska Native urban youth and their families who are participants at the Youth Center Website


San Diego American Indian Health Center
2602 1st Ave, Suite 105
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 234-1525
San Diego Reducing Disparities Elder Multicultural Access & Support Services (EMASS) PEI Elder Multi-cultural Access and Support Services providing outreach and support to older adults, especially non-Caucasian/non-English speaking. Website


Union of Pan Asian Communities
200 N. Ash St #100
Escondido, CA 92027
(760) 233-1984
San Diego Reducing Disparities Positive Solutions - UPAC PEI Outreach, and prevention and early intervention services for homebound and socially isolated older adults by using Program to Encourage Active and Rewarding Lives (PEARLS) model. Website


Union of Pan Asian Communities
525 14th St Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 238-1783 ext. 30
San Diego Reducing Disparities Caregiver Support PEI Intervention to caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients to prevent/decrease symptoms of depression, isolation, and burden of care through bilingual/bicultural Peer Counselors. Website


Southern Caregiver
Resource Center
3675 Ruffin Rd
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 268-4432
San Diego Reducing Disparities Suicide Prevention & Stigma Reduction Media Campaign - Civilian PEI Countywide media campaign geared towards suicide prevention and stigma discrimination, a suicide prevention action council to increase public awareness. Website


Civilian
170 Laurel St
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 243-2290
San Diego Reducing Disparities Suicide Prevention Action Plan PEI Facilitation of the San Diego Suicide Prevention Council to increase public awareness and understanding of suicide prevention strategies. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities Breaking Down Barriers & Father2Child PEI Breaking Down Barriers conducts outreach and engagement to ethnic and non-ethnic groups throughout the county. Father2Child is a parenting program for African American fathers/caregivers in southeastern San Diego. Website

Breaking Down Barriers
Mental Health Association of SD County
4069 30th St
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 543-0412 ext. 102
San Diego Reducing Disparities Rural Integrated Behavioral Health & Primary Care Services PEI Prevent patients in rural community clinics from developing an increased level of behavioral health issues, severe mental illness, or addiction. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities CHIP Independent Living Facility (ILA) Association Project PEI This program will create an Independent Living Facility (ILA) Association with voluntary membership. Website

Community Health Improvement Partners
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd, Suite 105
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 609-7974
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Program PEI Social-emotional mental health evidence-based prevention and early intervention services for elementary school age children at public schools. Website

TBD
San Diego Reducing Disparities PEI School Age Services East PEI Family-focused approach that engages families in their child’s school success. School-based interventions are coordinated and designed to improve school climate, educational success and child/parent social and emotional skills. Website

San Diego Youth Services East Region School Based
3845 Spring St
Spring Valley, CA 91977
(619) 258-6877
San Diego Reducing Disparities School Based Suicide Prevention PEI Suicide prevention program to serve students through education, outreach, screening, and referrals in schools. Includes education to school staff and families. Website

TBD
San Diego Housing Uptown Safe Haven Transitional Housing CSS Adult residential transitional housing program that provides supportive services for those who are homeless and have a serious mental illness. Website

ECS – Uptown Safe Haven Transitional Housing
2822 5th Ave
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 294-7894
San Diego Housing IMPACT and Downtown IMPACT CSS Assertive Community Treatment/Full Service Partnership for Homeless Adults in the Central/N. Central Regions. Outpatient mental health Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) clinic providing intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adult Website

Community Research Foundation
IMPACT
1260 Morena Blvd, Suite100
San Diego, CA 92110, (619) 398-0355

Downtown IMPACT
995 Gateway Center Way, Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 398-2156
San Diego Housing Corporation of Supportive Housing (CSH) CSS Housing Technical Consultant. Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) is the housing consultant to Behavioral Health Services (BHS). CSH provides technical assistance and facilitation of all supportive housing projects for BHS clients with serious mental Website

Corporation for Supportive Housing
328 Maple Street, 4th Floor
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 800-3460
San Diego Housing 100 Homeless CSS The 100 Homeless Project is a collaborative effort between the County of San Diego and San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC), which provides a hybrid integrated service model to homeless individuals with a serious mental illness who may have a co-occurring Website

TBD
San Diego Housing Home Finder CSS Home Finder program provides assistance to participants who may be struggling with issues of daily living and decision-making as they seek to restore housing stability. (Supports Project One for All) Website

TBD
San Diego Housing East Homeless CSS Services for homeless persons with serious mental illness or substance use. Website

TBD
San Diego Housing South Homeless CSS Services for homeless persons with serious mental illness or substance use. Website

TBD
San Diego Housing Telecare Agewise CSS Strengths-Based Case Management (SBCM) Full Service Partnership program for Older Adults. Care coordination and rehabilitation services for adults age 60+ with a serious mental illness who may be on LPS Conservatorship or who have needs that cannot be ade Website

Telecare Corp
Telecare Agewise
6160 Mission Gorge, Suite 108
San Diego, CA 92120
(619) 481-5200
San Diego SB82 Funded Esperanza Crisis Center SB 82 Twenty‐four hours a day, seven days a week service provided as an alternative to hospitalization or step down from acute inpatient care within a hospital for adults with acute symptoms of SMI, including those who may have a co‐occurring substance use diso Website

Community Research Foundation
490 N. Grape Street
Escondido, CA 92025
San Diego Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance WET Provides continuing education and training to Behavioral Health Services and contracted provider staff. Website

TBD
San Diego Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance WET Provides administrative and fiscal training support services to HHSA Behavioral Health Services (BHS) in the provision of training, conferences and consultants. Website

Regional Training Center
6155 Cornerstone Ct, Suite 130
San Diego, CA 92121
(858) 550-0040
mgray@sdrtc.com
San Diego Unspecified Peer Specialist Training WET Consumer/Family Academy, TAY/Adult/Older Adult Peer Specialist and Peer Advocacy Training. Website

TBD
San Diego Unspecified Alliant International University
Community Academy,
Public Mental Health Academy
WET
The Community Academy is a partnership between NAMI San Diego, Recovery Innovations Inc., the Family Youth Round Table and the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) at Alliant International University. It provides training and employment a
Website

Dawn Griffin, Ph.D.
Dgriffin@alliant.edu
(858) 528-9070


Terra Marroquin, MSW
(858) 635-4833
Tmarroquin@alliant.edu
San Diego Unspecified Regents of the University of California, UCSD WET UCSD School of Medicine provides Community Psychiatry training programs for psychiatry residents and fellows. The program fosters the development of leaders in Community Psychiatry and provides medical students and general psychiatry residents with instru Website

Janelle Kistler, Esq., Community Psychiatry Program Coordinator
(619)-543-6295
jkistler@ucsd.edu

Steve Koh, MD, MPH, MBA
Director, Community Psychiatry Program
shkoh@ucsd.edu
San Diego Unspecified Community Research Foundation - Nueva Vista INN Utilize parent partners to focus on increasing caregiver participation in family therapy. Emphasis on teaching the caregiver the benefit of active engagement in treatment process and addressing barriers on individualized levels. Website


Nueva Vista Family Services
1161 Bay Blvd, Suite B
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 585-7686
San Diego Unspecified Community Research Foundation - Crossroads INN Utilize parent partners to focus on increasing caregiver participation in family therapy. Emphasis on teaching the caregiver the benefit of active engagement in treatment process and addressing barriers on individualized levels. Website

Crossroads Family Center
1679 E. Main Street, Suite 102
El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 441-1907
San Diego Unspecified Community Research Foundation INN Utilize parent partners to focus on increasing caregiver participation in family therapy. Emphasis on teaching the caregiver the benefit of active engagement in treatment process and addressing barriers on individualized levels. Website


Community Research Foundation
Mobile Adolescent Services Team
1202 Morena Blvd, Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 398-3261
San Diego Unspecified North County Life Line INN Utilize parent partners to focus on increasing caregiver participation in family therapy. Emphasis on teaching the caregiver the benefit of active engagement in treatment process and addressing barriers on individualized levels. Website

North County Lifeline Oceanside
707 Oceanside Blvd.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 757-0118

North County Lifeline Vista
200 Michigan Ave.
Vista, CA 92084
(760) 726-4900
San Diego Unspecified Vista Hill Foundation INN Utilize parent partners to focus on increasing caregiver participation in family therapy. Emphasis on teaching the caregiver the benefit of active engagement in treatment process and addressing barriers on individualized levels. Website

Escondido Vista Hill Foundation
1029 N. Broadway Ave.
Escondido, CA 92026
(760) 489-4126

North Inland Ramona Vista Hill Foundation
1012 Main Street, #101
Ramona, CA 92065
(760) 788-9724
San Diego Unspecified Family Health Center INN Utilize parent partners to focus on increasing caregiver participation in family therapy. Emphasis on teaching the caregiver the benefit of active engagement in treatment process and addressing barriers on individualized levels. Website

Community Circle SD/Logan Heights Family Health Centers
2204 National Ave
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 515-2355

Community Circle/Spring Valley Family Health Centers
3845 Spring Dr.
Spring Valley, CA 91977
(619) 515-2380
San Diego Unspecified KidSTART INN Certified outpatient mental health program will provide a full range of Title 9 outpatient diagnostic and treatment services. Website

Rady KidStart
3665 Kearny Villa Road, Suite 500,
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 966-5990
San Diego Unspecified Faith Based Academy-North Inland INN Faith Based Initiative--Outreach/Engagement & Training. Website

Interfaith Community Services
550 W. Washington Ave. Suite B
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 529-9979
San Diego Unspecified Community Education-North Inland INN Faith Based Initiative--Community Education Website

NAMI San Diego
5095 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite 320
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 634-6586
San Diego Unspecified Community Education-Central INN Faith Based Initiative--Community Education Website

Total Deliverance Worship
2782 Sweetwater Springs Blvd., Suite C
Spring Valley, CA 91977
San Diego Unspecified Faith Based Academy-Central INN Faith Based Initiative-- Outreach/Engagement & Training Website

Urban League of San Diego County
4305 University Avenue, Suite 360
San Diego, CA 92105
San Diego Unspecified Union of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC) INN Engages and retains employment opportunities for transitional age youth (TAY) and Adults and Older Adults (AOA) with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) in the behavioral health system through an enhanced array of supported and competitive employment options. Website

UPAC
1031 25th Street
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 232-6454
San Diego Unspecified TBD INN The Peer Transitions Program is person directed, mobile program working in partnership with designated acute inpatient hospitals and alternatives to hospitalization programs. The goal is to engage and provide transition services & support services to cli Website

TBD
San Diego Unspecified Urban Beats INN Program provides an artistic expression that includes the use of multiple models of artistic expression including visual arts, spoken word, music, videos and performances and social media created and developed by TAY. Website

Pathways Community Services
3330 Market Street
San Diego, CA 92101
San Diego Unspecified Innovative Mobile Hoarding Intervention Program INN Diminishes long term hoarding behaviors in Older Adults. Website

Regents of the University of California, UCSD
200 West Arbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 619-471-9396
San Diego Unspecified Consumer and Family Empowerment (CAFÉ) CFTN Countywide program to increase consumer and family empowerment and engagement for all Behavioral Health Services (BHS) populations and age groups by providing a variety of current and sustainable technological tools to access health and wellness informati Website

NAMI
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd,
Suite 320
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 634-6580
San Diego Unspecified Personal Health Record CFTN The Personal Health Record (PHR) embedded in the InteliChart Patient Portal enables patients to both securely view and update their records in a timely manner. Website

TBD
San Diego Unspecified Community Research Foundation (CRF) Jane Westin CFTN Adult Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website

Jane Westin Wellness & Recovery Center
Walk In Services -
Assessment Center
1568 6th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 235-2600
San Diego Unspecified CRF Douglas Young CFTN North Central Region Adult/Older Adult Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation wellness recovery center. Website

CRF Douglas Young Center
10717 Camino Ruiz #207
San Diego, CA 92126
(858) 695-2211
San Diego Unspecified CRF-Crossroads Family Center CFTN Children and Youth Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website

CRF Crossroads Family Center
1679 East Main St., Suite 102
El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 441-1907
San Diego Unspecified CRF-Douglas Young Youth and Family Services CFTN Children and youth Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website

CRF Douglas Young Youth & Family Services
7907 Ostrow Street, Suite F
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 300-8282
San Diego Unspecified CRF-Nueva Vista Family Services CFTN Children and youth Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website


CRF Nueva Vista Family Services
1161 Bay Blvd, Ste B
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 585-7686
San Diego Unspecified CRF-Mobile Adolescent Service Team (MAST) CFTN Children and youth Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website

CRF MAST, Mobile Adolescent Service Team
1202 Morena Blvd # 203
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 398-3261
San Diego Unspecified CRF Heartland CFTN Heartland Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR) WRC:
To provide Adult/Older Adult Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR) clinical outpatient services that integrate mental health services and rehabilitation treatment and recovery services.
Website

EAST REGION
CRF Heartland Center
1060 Estes St
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 440-5133
San Diego Unspecified In-Reach CFTN Adult Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website

NHA In-Reach
286 Euclid Avenue #102
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 266-9400
San Diego Unspecified UPAC Mid City/UPAC Serra Mesa CFTN The programs provide outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, case management/brokerage, mobile outreach, long-term vocational support for seriously mentally ill (SMI). Website

UPAC Mid-City BPSR
5348 University Avenue,
Suites #101 & 120
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 229-2999

UPAC Serra Mesa
8745 Aero Drive, Suite 330
San Diego, CA 92123
(619) 268-0244
San Diego Unspecified MHS North Coastal MHC
MHS BPSR Vista
CFTN Adult Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website


MHS, Inc. North Coastal Mental Health Center
1701 Mission Avenue
Oceanside, CA 92058
(760) 967-4475


MHS, Inc. Vista
550 West Vista Way, Suite 407
Vista, CA 92083
(760) 758-1092
San Diego Unspecified MHS North Inland MHC
MHS Kinesis North
MHS Kinesis Fallbrook
MHS Kinesis Ramona
CFTN Adult Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website


MHS, Inc. North Inland Mental Health Center
125 W. Mission Ave, #103
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 747-3424

Kinesis Wellness & Recovery Center
474 W Vermont Ave #101
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 480-2255

Ramona Satellite
1521 Main Street
Ramona, CA 92065
(760
San Diego Unspecified Deaf Community Services CFTN Adult Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website

Deaf Community Services of San Diego Inc
1545 Hotel Circle South, Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 398-2437
San Diego Unspecified CRF South Bay Guidance CFTN Adult Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website

CRF - South Bay Guidance Wellness and Recovery Center
835 3rd Ave, Ste C
Chula Vista, CA 91911
San Diego Unspecified START Community Research Foundation CFTN Mental Health Short Term Acute Residential Treatment. Voluntary adults who have a SMI/Co-Occurring Disorder (COD) experiencing a mental health crisis, in need of intensive, non-hospital intervention. Website


CRF
545 Laurel Ave
San Diego, CA 92101

734 10th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 239-4663

1664 Broadway
El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 579-8685

1738 S. Tremont Street
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 439-2800

2865 Logan Avenue
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 232-435
San Diego Unspecified Vista Hill - Physician & Clinician CFTN Adult Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within San Diego County. Website

VHF/SmartCare- Campo
31115 Highway 94
Campo, CA 91906
(760) 788-9725

VHF-SmartCare- Pauma Valley
16650 Highway 76
Pauma Valley, CA 92061
(760) 788-9754

VHF/SmartCare- Ramona
217 East Earlham
Ramona, CA 92065
(760) 788-9725

VHF/SmartCare-Juli
San Diego Unspecified CRF Maria Sardinas CFTN South Region Biopsychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery Center. Website

Maria Sardiñas Wellness & Recovery Center
1465 30th St, Ste K
San Diego, CA 92154, (619) 428-1000
San Diego Unspecified County-Operated East County Mental Health Clinic CFTN Adult outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website

1000 Broadway, Suite 210
El Cajon, CA 92021
San Diego Unspecified County-Operated North Central Mental Health Clinic (Hub) CFTN Adult Outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within the County of San Diego. Website

1250 Morena Blvd, 1st Floor
San Diego, CA 92110
San Diego Unspecified Exodus NC/NI (hub) CFTN Outpatient psychiatric medication services for children, TAY, adults and older adults mental health consumers utilizing Telehealth practices and technology. Website

Exodus Recovery, Inc. (2 sites)
524 W. Vista Way
Vista, CA 92083
(760) 758-1150

1520 South Escondido BLVD
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 796-7760
San Diego Unspecified Data Exchange CFTN Program identify opportunities for interoperable management information systems between the County and partners. This may include expenses related to the use of the HealtheIntent, Ultra-Sensitive Exchange, Personal Health Record and the potential develop Website

TBD
San Diego Unspecified Cerner HealtheIntent CFTN Shared computing service that aggregates data across the continuum of care from disparate systems, creating a longitudinal patient record containing information that supports programs such as decision support, quality measurement, and analytics for popula Website

TBD
San Francisco Crisis Support Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP) CSS-OESD PREP is an early intervention treatment program for schizophrenia and early psychosis for individuals between the ages of 16 and 30 to support symptoms remission, active recovery, and full engagement with coworkers, peers, and family members. PREP treatme Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Crisis Support Trauma Recovery CSS-OESD The Trauma and Recovery Project addresses the need for community-based, client-driven behavioral health intervention for individuals, families and communities who are impacted by violence. Services include outreach, assessment, crisis and short-term couns Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Crisis Support Emergency Stabilization Housing (50% FSP) CSS-OESD Emergency stabilization units (ESUs) provide short-term housing stability for clients who are homeless or have been discharged from the hospital or jail. The 25 ESUs are located within three single room occupancy (SRO) hotels in San Francisco. The units Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Crisis Support Comprehensive Crisis Services PEI Comprehensive Crisis Services (CCS) is a multidisciplinary, multi-linguistic program that provides acute mental health and crisis response services to children and adults. In addition to responding to mental health crisis, the team also responds to incide Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer-to-Peer Supports: Clinic and Community-Based CSS-OESD Peer-to-Peer Support Services provides individuals with lived experience in the mental health system the opportunity to assist their peers in developing the skills necessary to pursue meaningful roles in their lives. Many peer-support staff are graduates Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Response Team (part of Peer-to-Peer Support Services) INN The Peer Response Team (PRT) was created to provide peer support and assistance navigating the community and systems of care for individuals dealing with hoarding and cluttering challenges. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Peer/Family Support Specialists MH Certificate for Outreach Paraprofessionals (part of Workforce Development) INN This plan includes a proposal for a NEW INN project. The Mental Health Outreach Workers (MHOW) Training program aims to train San Francisco street outreach workers, exposed to constant community trauma, on how to best meet the mental health needs of the c Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Peer/Family Support Specialists Stigma Reduction PEI Sharing Our Lives, Voices and Experiences (SOLVE) is a stigma elimination program. SOLVE trains people in the community who have been living with mental health challenges to share their personal experiences. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Peer/Family Support Specialists Building a Peer-to-Peer Support Network for Transgender Individuals (part of Population Focused Mental Health Promotion) INN This locally approved INN funded pilot program seeks to learn to develop and implement effective peer-to-peer support services in a network of organizations providing health, nutrition and social supports to Transgender individuals. Due to changes to the Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Reducing Disparities Expanding Outpatient MH Clinic Capacity CSS-OESD In recognition of disparities in access for certain populations, this program expands the staffing capacity at outpatient mental health clinics to better meet the treatment needs of target populations such as older adults and monolingual communities. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Reducing Disparities Collaboration with the Faith Community (part of population focused Mental Health Promotion) CSS-OESD Engages faith-based organizations and families in Bayview/Hunter’s Point and Visitation Valley in order to increase mental health awareness, decrease stigma, and provide social support for consumers, community members, and peers. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Reducing Disparities Population Focused Mental Health Promotion and Early Intervention PEI Population-focused mental health promotion services are typically delivered in community-based settings where mental health services are not traditionally provided. This program supports activities including, outreach and engagement, mental health promoti Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Reducing Disparities Stigma Reduction PEI Sharing Our Lives, Voices and Experiences (SOLVE) is a stigma elimination program. SOLVE trains people in the community who have been living with mental health challenges to share their personal experiences. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Housing Full Service Partnership Housing Program CSS-FSP Available to Full Service Partnership clients, the FSP Housing Program provides access to emergency stabilization housing, transitional housing for TAY, permanent supportive housing and other supports designed to help FSP participants gain access to and m Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Housing Dual Diagnosis Residential Treatment CSS-OESD Dual diagnosis residential treatment and support is provided to individuals who do not have Medi-Cal coverage and who would otherwise not be eligible for services. An integrated model of care allows clients to receive the full spectrum of services, inclu Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Housing Emergency Stabilization Housing (50% FSP) CSS-OESD Emergency stabilization units (ESUs) provide short-term housing stability for clients who are homeless or have been discharged from the hospital or jail. The 25 ESUs are located within three single room occupancy (SRO) hotels in San Francisco. The units Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Housing Housing Placement and Supportive Services (Direct Access to Housing) (25% FSP) CSS-OESD MHSA funding has allowed for Direct Access to Housing to expand capacity to serve MHSA clients with the addition of an Intake Coordinator, focused on placing clients in the setting most appropriate to their needs, and a Nurse Practitioner. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Housing ROUTZ TAY Transitional Housing (50% FSP) CSS-OESD MHSA ROUTZ TAY Housing Partnership provides 40 housing slots at the Aarti Hotel (located at 391 Leavenworth Street) and 10 additional slots at scattered housing sites. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco SB82 Funded Programs & Triage Personnel SB 82 Warmline:   MHASF 24/7 peer run phone line. Where people can call talk about issues related to mental health, get referrals, support also for friends and family of people having mental health issues. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco SB82 Funded Programs & Triage Personnel SB 82 Mobile Treatment Teams: Mobile Teams composed of clinicians, peers and counselors that will try to stabilize youth and their families in the community.  Focus on people who have been affected by violence, and hard to reach and treat families.  Three teams Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco SB82 Funded Programs & Triage Personnel SB 82 Crises Stabilization Unit:  A 23 hour facility located at Edgewood that tries to stabilize children and youths to avoid sending them to inpatient hospitals. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Full Service Partnership 1. CYF (0-5) CSS-FSP A central component of MHSA, Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs reflect an intensive and comprehensive model of case management based on a client- and family-centered philosophy of doing “whatever it takes” to assist individuals diagnosed with SMI or Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Full Service Partnership 2. CYF (6-18) CSS-FSP A central component of MHSA, Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs reflect an intensive and comprehensive model of case management based on a client- and family-centered philosophy of doing “whatever it takes” to assist individuals diagnosed with SMI or Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Full Service Partnership 3. TAY (18-24) CSS-FSP A central component of MHSA, Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs reflect an intensive and comprehensive model of case management based on a client- and family-centered philosophy of doing “whatever it takes” to assist individuals diagnosed with SMI or Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Full Service Partnership 4. Adults (18-59) CSS-FSP A central component of MHSA, Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs reflect an intensive and comprehensive model of case management based on a client- and family-centered philosophy of doing “whatever it takes” to assist individuals diagnosed with SMI or Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Full Service Partnership 5. Older Adults (60+) CSS-FSP A central component of MHSA, Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs reflect an intensive and comprehensive model of case management based on a client- and family-centered philosophy of doing “whatever it takes” to assist individuals diagnosed with SMI or Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Behavioral Health Access Center CSS-OESD The Behavioral Health Access Center (BHAC) is a portal of entry into San Francisco’s overall system of care. BHAC co-locates the following five behavioral health programs: 1) Mental Health Access for authorizations into the Private Provider Network, 2) t Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care CSS-OESD Behavioral health clinicians work as a member of a primary care team providing services to patients in primary care clinics. Services include the delivery of brief, evidence-based and practical interventions, consultation to primary care team members, and Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Integration of Behavioral Health into the Juvenile Justice System CSS-OESD All youth detained for more than 72 hours at San Francisco’s Juvenile Justice Center are assessed for behavioral health needs. Any identified needs are presented to the Juvenile Probation Department to be addressed in case planning with local courts. The Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Vocational Services CSS-OESD Vocational services assist consumers and family members in securing and maintaining meaningful employment. Vocational services include job coaching, situational assessment, trainings, and job placement services in the areas of 1) Information Technology 2) Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified School-Based Mental Health Promotion (K-12) PEI School-Based Mental Health Promotion – a collaboration of community-based organizations and San Francisco K-12 campuses – applies school-based best practices that address non-academic barriers to learning. With public schools serving as hubs, this initia Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified School-Based Mental Health Promotion (Higher Ed) PEI Student support services are designed to increase university access and enrollment, enhance retention and maximize graduation rates among those at risk for mental illness, particularly members of underserved and underrepresented communities, and their fam Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Mental Health Consultation and Capacity Building PEI The Mental Health Consultation and Capacity Building PEI subcategory is comprised of the following two programs: (1) Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Initiative (ECMHCI) and (2) Youth Agency Mental Health Consultation (YAMHC). The ECMHCI is gro Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Mini Grants INN A community-run grant making program modeled on the funding methodology commonly employed by venture capitalists in the for-profit sector and donor advised funds in a community foundation. Approved through the original INN Plan, this program has yet to b Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Alleviating Atypical Antipsychotic Induced Metabolic Syndrome (AAIMS) (part of Vocational Services) INN This pilot program adapted an existing nutrition and exercise protocol into a community mental health setting and integrated shopping and cooking skills training. This program educates consumers on atypical antipsychotics about the connection between die Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Building Bridges Clinic/School of Linking Project (part of Primary Care and Behavioral Health Integration) INN Building Bridges, now in its third year, was designed to test a staffing model to promote interagency collaboration between DPH Community Health Programs for Youth (CHPY) clinics and San Francisco Unified School District to develop a streamlined system fo Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified First Impressions (part of Vocational Services) INN First Impressions (FI) is a basic construction and remodeling vocational program that will assist mental health consumers in learning marketable skills, receive on-the-job training and mentoring, and secure competitive employment in the community. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Training and TA WET The MHSA supports trainings for health and social service providers to improve their capacity to provide high quality, culturally competent, recovery oriented services. Key components of this work include the implementation of Seeking Safety and Illness M Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Career Pathways WET The Mental Health Career Pathways Program focuses on developing a workforce pipeline that will usher in the next generation of mental health and behavioral health practitioners and include members of underserved and underrepresented communities. Funded pr Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Residency and Internships WET CBHS, in partnership with SFGH and UCSF, established a Public Psychiatry Fellowship Program to enable general psychiatry and child psychiatry fellows to work in CBHS community-based clinics, thereby providing experience and training on how to work in a co Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Consumer Portal CFTN CBHS will provide consumers access to their CBHS EHR records via a new consumer portal. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Vocational IT CFTN Prepares consumers to provide information technology (IT) support services (i.e., desktop, help desk) at the CBHS IT Department through its Vocational Information Technology Training Program. Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified System Enhancements CFTN System Enhancements focus on improving the quality and efficiency of behavioral health services and include improving connectivity and IT infrastructure at behavioral health sites, supporting servers that host the Avatar application and other applications Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Southeast Health Center CFTN Renovation resulting in a new Southeast Health Campus that will provide integrated services, co-location of five CBHS mental health programs: Child Crisis, Foster Care Mental Health; Family Mosaic Project; Children’s System of Care; and the Health and Env Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified South of Market Mental Health Clinic CFTN Renovations at South of Market Mental Health Clinic to better serve MHSA populations and their families. Funds will be allocated to create a peer-run Wellness Center, a more welcoming environment, improve patient flow and increase clinical/staff space. Pl Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Silver Avenue FHC/South East Child & Family Therapy Center CFTN Silver Avenue Family Health Center (SAFHC) was the first capital project to be completed, facilitating the co-location of mental health professionals in primary healthcare settings by adding six new private counseling rooms, a large group room, waiting an Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Redwood Center Renovation CFTN The Redwood Center was identified in the original MHSA plan for capital projects as a potentially appropriate site as a dual diagnosis-ready residential treatment facility. The Redwood Center is located on property owned by the Public Utilities Commission Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified Sunset Mental Health CFTN The Sunset Mental Health Services included an expansion of office space (e.g. new kitchen, meeting room) to accommodate growth in staff size. In addition, there were updates to the waiting room, such as an addition of digital media broadcasting mental hea Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Francisco Unspecified IHHC at Central YMCA (Tom Waddell) CFTN Tom Waddell Urban Health Clinic In addition to MHSA-funded housing units, Kelly Cullen Community included a new 12,000-square-foot Integrated Housing and Urban Health Clinic (IHHC). Two federally qualified health centers, the Housing and Urban Health Cli Website

Kathleen Minioza MHSA Project Coordinator 415-255-3556
San Joaquin Crisis Support Mobile Crisis Support Team CSS-GSD Provides onsite mental health assessment and intervention within the community for individuals experiencing mental health issues and to advert a mental health related crisis. Website

Kathy Hannah, LMFT (209) 468-8693 khannah@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Crisis Support Crisis Response Team CSS-GSD Provides a 24/7 crisis response for any individual experiencing a mental health emergency within San Joaquin County. Website

Kathy Hannah, LMFT (209) 468-8693 khannah@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Peer/Family Support Specialists Children and Youth FSP CSS-FSP Provides intensive and comprehensive mental health services to unserved and underserved youth and families who have not yet received services necessary to address impairments and stabilize children and youth in their own environments. Program interventio Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Peer/Family Support Specialists Transition Age Youth FSP CSS-FSP Provides intensive and comprehensive mental health services to unserved and underserved transition aged youth 18-25 with a diagnosed mental illness or having difficulty stabilizing in managing their own treatment and recovery. Services are designed to mee Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Peer/Family Support Specialists Adult FSP CSS-FSP Services are available throughout the county for any adult with SMI who meets the criteria for FSP enrollment, with priority enrollment given to individuals who are currently involved with the criminal justice system, homeless, frequent users of crisis or Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Peer/Family Support Specialists Older Adult FSP CSS-FSP Provides individualized and focused treatment to older adults aged 60 and over with serious mental illness and/or co-occurring substance use disorders Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Peer/Family Support Specialists Expanded Mental Health Engagement CSS-OEP Program services will conduct brief outreach activities to engage individuals with mental health illnesses and link them into specialty mental health services Website

Donna Bickham, LCSW (209) 468-8482 dbickham@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Peer/Family Support Specialists FSP Engagement CSS-OEP Program conducts community based engagement services to help individuals and their families overcome stigma or other concerns about seeking mental health treatment services. Website

Donna Bickham, LCSW (209) 468-8482 dbickham@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Peer/Family Support Specialists The Wellness Center CSS-GSD Provides a supportive community environment with an emphasis on recovery, empowerment, mentoring, stigma reduction and participation in classes and events. The Wellness Center is designed as a consumer-run and self-help program Website

Frances Hutchins, MPA (209) 468-8750 fhutchins@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Peer/Family Support Specialists System Development Expansion CSS-GSD Services include the outpatient clinic systems that provides planned mental health treatment services for increased access to mental health services by unserved and underserved individuals. Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Reducing Disparities Children and Youth FSP CSS-FSP Provides intensive and comprehensive mental health services to unserved and underserved youth and families who have not yet received services necessary to address impairments and stabilize children and youth in their own environments. Program interventio Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Reducing Disparities Transition Age Youth FSP CSS-FSP Provides intensive and comprehensive mental health services to unserved and underserved transition aged youth 18-25 with a diagnosed mental illness or having difficulty stabilizing in managing their own treatment and recovery. Services are designed to mee Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Reducing Disparities Adult FSP CSS-FSP Services are available throughout the county for any adult with SMI who meets the criteria for FSP enrollment, with priority enrollment given to individuals who are currently involved with the criminal justice system, homeless, frequent users of crisis or Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Reducing Disparities Older Adult FSP CSS-FSP Provides individualized and focused treatment to older adults aged 60 and over with serious mental illness and/or co-occurring substance use disorders Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Reducing Disparities Expanded Mental Health Engagement CSS-OEP Program services will conduct brief outreach activities to engage individuals with mental health illnesses and link them into specialty mental health services Website

Donna Bickham, LCSW (209) 468-8482 dbickham@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Reducing Disparities FSP Engagement CSS-OEP Program conducts community based engagement services to help individuals and their families overcome stigma or other concerns about seeking mental health treatment services. Website

Donna Bickham, LCSW (209) 468-8482 dbickham@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Reducing Disparities System Development Expansion CSS-GSD Services include the outpatient clinic systems that provides planned mental health treatment services for increased access to mental health services by unserved and underserved individuals. Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Housing Housing Empowerment Services CSS-GSD Permanent Supportive Housing Programs offer voluntary flexible supports to help people with psychiatric disabilities choose, get, and keep housing that is decent, safe, affordable, and integrated into the community. Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Housing MHSA Housing CSS-GSD Provides funding for the development and construction of permanent, affordable, and supportive housing for individuals with serious mental illnesses. Website

Billy Olpin, LCSW (209) 468-9373 bolpin@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin SB82 Funded Mobile Crisis Support Team (MCST) SB 82 MCSTs provide a mobile, on-site, mental health assessment, intervention and outreach within the community, 24 hours per day,7 days a week; responds to calls from law enforcement, hospital emergency rooms, and other first responders. Website

Billy Olpin, LCSW (209) 468-9373 bolpin@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Community Corrections FSP CSS-FSP Provides a full spectrum of mental health services to consumers who are engaged by the criminal justice system. The program works in partnership with the San Joaquin County Jail, Correctional Health Services, the Collaborative Court System, the Probation Website

Billy Olpin, LCSW (209) 468-9373 bolpin@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Employment Recovery Services CSS-GSD Supported employment is an approach to vocational rehabilitation for people with serious mental illnesses that emphasizes helping them obtain competitive work in the community and providing supports necessary to ensure their success in the workplace. Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Community Behavioral Intervention Services CSS-GSD Provides behavioral intervention work in the community to consumers who are having a hard time managing behaviors and impulses. Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified MHSA Administration and Program Evaluation CSS-GSD The MHSA Administration and Program Evaluation team provides guidance and recommendations to BHS managers in the implementation of MHSA funded program and activities and the vision, goals, and statutory mandates of the Mental Health Services Act. Website

Frances Hutchins, MPA (209) 468-8750 fhutchins@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Training and Technical Assistance WET Provides trainings for volunteers, peer partners, case managers, and community partners. These trainings will assist in increasing competencies and improving the capacity of the entire workforce to provide culturally competent, high quality mental health Website

Janelle Frederiksen (209) 468-8750 jfrederiksen@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Mental Health Career Pathways WET Increases access to clinical supervision for new mental health clinicians. Clinical supervisors will provide supervision towards hours required for licensure and will provide enhanced guidance on the core practice treatment modalities. BHS continues to su Website

Janelle Frederiksen (209) 468-8750 jfrederiksen@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Residency and Internship Programs WET In partnership with the accredited psychiatric residency programs or fellowships selected by OSHPD, BHS will support the placement and mentoring of psychiatric residents within county operated programs and clinics. Website

Khurram Durrani, MD (209) 468-8750 kdurrani@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Financial Incentives WET Provides financial incentives to assist in the recruitment of professions facing acute shortages including psychiatrists, nurses, psychiatric technicians, and licensed clinical social workers. The financial incentive programs will be geared towards employ Website

Janelle Frederiksen (209) 468-8750 jfrederiksen@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Workforce Staffing and Support WET Provides funding for a full time WET Coordinator to manage MHSA-funded workforce development activities. The WET Coordinator will be supported by a Training Coordinator, who will help establish workforce development activities, and measurable objectives a Website

Janelle Frederiksen (209) 468-8750 jfrederiksen@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Community Trainings PEI Mental Health Trainings for community leaders, service providers, educators, religious or spiritual leaders, and consumers and family members, to provide information on how to increase recognition and respond effectively to the signs and symptoms of poten Website

Frances Hutchins, MPA (209) 468-8750 fhutchins@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Trauma Services for Children and Adolescents PEI Selected schools or community based organizations provide Positive Behavioral Intervention Services and Seeking Safety for Adolescents groups to children and youth who have experienced trauma and abuse and are considered to be at risk of developing seriou Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Early Interventions to Treat Psychosis PEI Program services include a combination of outreach and engagement and evidence based treatments and supports delivered to individuals throughout San Joaquin County who have experienced their first full psychotic episode in the past two years or who are s Website

Cindy Morishige, LCSW (209) 468-8782 cmorishige@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Skill-Building for Parents and Guardians PEI Community-based organizations provide evidence based training programs such as Positive Parenting Program (PPP), Nurturing Parenting Program (NPP) to underserved communities and at-risk young parents. Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Transition Age Youth (TAY) Mentoring PEI Intensive mentoring and support services provided to at-risk transition age youth with emotional and behavioral difficulties who do not meet the criteria for specialty mental health care. Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Juvenile Justice Project PEI BHS Clinicians and doctors provide behavioral health screening, assessment, interventions, treatment, and transition services to youth detained in San Joaquin's Juvenile Justice Center. Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Suicide Prevention in Communities and Schools PEI The suicide prevention project includes both universal and targeted suicide prevention efforts. The California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) will implement a regional universal suicide prevention campaign for all counties. Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified PEI Capacity Building PEI Improve access to services by strengthening the capacity of BHS, and its community and mental health program partners, to measure and monitor prevention and early intervention services, including ensuring programs are keeping fidelity to evidence-based pr Website

Frances Hutchins, MPA (209) 468-8750 fhutchins@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Adapting Functional Therapy INN Provides Functional Family Therapy (FFT) an outcomes driven practice designed to reduce and eliminate problem behaviors and accompanying family relational patterns through individualized behavior change interventions. FFT integrates a strong cognitive c Website

Jacqueline Coulter, LMFT (209) 468-2385 jcoulter@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Provide Contingency Funds for Capital Facilities Project CFTN Provide contingency funds for the expansion of the Crisis Stabilization Unit. Construction funding was approved by a grant from the California Health Facilities Financing Authority. Expansion will increase access to services to include children and youth, Website

Frances Hutchins, MPA (209) 468-8750 fhutchins@sjcbhs.org
San Joaquin Unspecified Develop and Implement an Electronic Health Record (EHR) System CFTN BHS is in the process of selecting an EHR application vendor and upgrading its network systems and hardware to accommodate technological improvements. Website

Donna Yim (209) 468-9802 dyim@sjcbhs.org
San Luis Obispo Crisis Support Enhanced Crisis and Aftercare CSS-OESD The Enhanced Crisis Response and Aftercare work plan features the Mental Health Evaluation Team, MHET, provided by Sierra Mental Wellness, to increase the county’s capacity to meet the needs of individuals requiring specialized, critical intervention and Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Peer/Family Support Specialists Children and Youth Full Service Partnership (FSP) CSS-FSP The Children and Youth Full Service Partnership program serves children and youth ages 0-15 of all races and ethnicities with severe emotional disturbance or serious mental illnesses. Behavioral Health partners with Community Action Partnership of San Lui Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Peer/Family Support Specialists Transitional Aged Youth Full Service Partnership (and Housing) CSS-FSP The Transitional Age Youth Full Service Partnership program serves youth between the ages of 16-25 of all races and ethnicities. Young adults served include those with serious emotional disturbances/serious mental illness and a chronic history of psychiat Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Peer/Family Support Specialists Adult Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The Adult Full Service Partnership team is a community and wellness approach to engage persons at risk and targets adults 26-59 years of age with serious mental illness. The participants are usually unserved, inappropriately served or underserved and are Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Peer/Family Support Specialists Adult Full Service Partnership: Homeless CSS-FSP The team focuses on outreach to unserved, difficult-to-reach homeless population, and seeks to engage clients in health care, mental health treatment, and housing. Program participants are assisted in their efforts to gain the skills needed to make choice Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Peer/Family Support Specialists Older Adult Full Service Partnership CSS-FSP The goal of the Older Adult Full Service Partnership team is to offer intensive, individualized interventions to older adults’ ages 60+ to ensure that participants remain in the least restrictive setting possible. Wilshire Community Services and Behaviora Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Peer/Family Support Specialists Client and Family Wellness Supports CSS-OESD Conducted in partnership with TMHA, Client and Family Wellness and Supports provide an array of services designed to facilitate and support wellness, recovery, and resiliency. Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Advisory, Mentoring, and Advocacy Team WET The Peer Advisor and Advocacy Team (PAAT) provides formalized collaboration between members of PAAT, clients, family members, and SLOBHD staff members. Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities Latino Outreach and Engagement (Therapy Services) CSS-OESD Bilingual and bicultural therapists to provide culturally appropriate treatment services offered in both community and clinic settings. The target population is the unserved and underserved Latino community, particularly those in identified pockets of pov Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities Community School Mental Health Services CSS-OESD Behavioral Health and the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education have partnered with the community schools in the county to provide mental health services to seriously emotionally disturbed youth, engaging these youth and their families in services th Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities Forensic Mental Health Services CSS-OESD Behavioral Health Treatment Court (BHTC): The BHTC team serves adults, ages 18 and older, with a serious and persistent mental illness, who are on formal probation for a minimum of two years, and who have had chronic use of mental health treatment observe Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities Cultural Competence WET The Cultural Competence Committee meets regularly to monitor the training, policies, and procedures of the public mental health system and their relative enhancements of cultural competence in serving consumers and families. The primary objective of the g Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities Bi-Lingual Internships WET This workplace training program is designed to build capacity for threshold language services within Behavioral Health. Bilingual interns are placed regionally throughout the county. Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities Mental Health Awareness and Stigma Reduction PEI This universal and selective prevention project for all ages includes media, social marketing strategies, and targeted outreach to underserved cultural populations. Transitions Mental Health Association (TMHA) provides stigma reduction presentations to un Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities School-based Wellness PEI This program is a multi-age approach to building resilience among school aged youth and families. This program responds to the universal population of children and youth as well as youth exhibiting risk factors for mental illness by utilizing the followin Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities Integrated Community Wellness PEI This countywide program maximizes the opportunity for a large number of diverse individuals to access services in community based non-clinic settings. Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities Early Care and Support for Underserved Populations PEI A multi-focus effort to address the needs of two distinct underserved populations:
SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH PROJECT
Cuesta College models this program after the Independent Living Program to include graduating community school youth, Wards of the Court, homele
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Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Reducing Disparities System Empowerment for Consumers, Families, and Providers INN The County has received approval for all four Innovation Projects in its Innovation Plan for FY2016-2020. Projects are expected to roll out in July 2016. The four projects are:
TARP (Transition Assistance and Relapse Prevention):
This program seeks to d
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Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Housing Housing CSS Nelson St: Studios were constructed and continue to be administered by TMHA. These five studio units are located in South San Luis Obispo County adjacent to a peer-lead wellness center. The studio apartments provide stable and affordable housing with sup Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo SB82 Funded Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) SB 82 In 2015-2016 San Luis Obispo County accepted a one-time State grant of $971,070 from the California Health Facilities Financing Authority to build a Crisis Stabilization Unit at the Health Agency Campus. The four-bed CSU will be built within a new modular Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Unspecified E-Learning WET The Peer Advisor and Advocacy Team (PAAT) provides formalized collaboration between members of PAAT, clients, family members, and SLOBHD staff members. Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Unspecified Family Education and Support PEI The Center for Family Strengthening's Parent Connection provides coordination and provision of bilingual and bicultural parenting classes and resources for all at-risk parents, selective prevention education for parents of high-risk youth, and “on demand” Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Luis Obispo Unspecified The Behavioral Health Electronic Health Record (BHEHR) CFTN A comprehensive integrated behavioral health system that will modernize and transform clinical and administrative information systems through a Behavioral Health Electronic Health Record (BHEHR) System allowing for a ‘secure, real-time, point-of-care, cli Website

Frank Warren MHSA Coordinator (805)788-2055 fwarren@co.slo.ca.us
San Mateo Crisis Support PEI Programs for Ages 0-25
• Early Childhood Community Team (Prevention)

Community Interventions for School Age and TAY (Prevention)
• Project SUCCESS
• Seeking Safety
• Project Grow / Middle School Initiative
• Teaching Pro-Social Skills (TPS)
PEI The Early Childhood Community Team supports healthy social emotional development of young children. A Team comprises a community outreach worker, an early childhood mental health consultant, and a licensed clinician and targets a specific geographic commu www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Paul K. Sorbo, LCSW
Deputy Director, Child/Youth Services
psorbo@smcgov.org
San Mateo Crisis Support Early Intervention Programs
• Primary Care Interface

Community Outreach, Engagement and Capacity Building
• Crisis Hotline
• Voices of Recovery
• SMART MOU
• SMMC MOU
• Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP)
PEI Primary Care Interface program funds system‐wide co‐location of BHRS practitioners in primary care environments to facilitate referrals, perform assessments, and refer to appropriate behavioral health services if deemed necessary. The Crisis Hotline has a www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Paul K. Sorbo, LCSW
Deputy Director, Child/Youth Services
psorbo@smcgov.org
San Mateo Peer/Family Support Specialists System Development
• Older Adult System of Integrated Services (OASIS)
• Senior Peer Counseling Services (50% CSS; 50%PEI)
• Pathways, Court Mental Health
• Pathways, Co-occurring Housing Services

System Transformation & Effective Strategies
• Peer Cons
CSS-OESD OASIS serves older adults at risk of becoming or seriously mentally ill, including those served by specialty field-based outpatient mental health team, County clinics, community-based mental health providers, mental health managed care network providers ( www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Karen Krahn
Deputy Director of Adult Services
kkrahn@smcgov.org
San Mateo Peer/Family Support Specialists Access and Linkage to Treatment
• Ravenswood Family Health Center (40% CSS; 60%PEI)
• Senior Peer Counseling (50% CSS; 50%PEI)
PEI Ravenswood and the Senior Peer Counseling program are described above under CSS, they are partially funded by PEI for outreach and engagement activities. www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Doris Y. Estremera, MPH
MHSA Manager
destremera@smcgov.org
San Mateo Reducing Disparities Outreach and Engagement
• Family Assertive Support Team (FAST)
• North County Outreach Collaborative (NCOC)
• East Palo Partnership for Mental Health Outreach (EPAPMHO)
• Ravenswood Family Health Center (40% CSS; 60%PEI)
CSS-OESD Targeted populations include African-American, Asian, Filipino, Pacific Islander, and Latino individuals. Strategies include population-based community needs assessment, planning and development of materials to identify and engage diverse populations in s www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Doris Y. Estremera, MPH
MHSA Manager
destremera@smcgov.org
San Mateo Reducing Disparities Prevention Programs

Office of Diversity and Equity
• Culturally-relevant provider trainings
• Digital Storytelling
• Photovoice
• Mental Health First Aid
• Parent Project
• Health Ambassador Program
• Diversity and Equity Council and Health Equity Init
PEI The Office of Diversity and Equity (ODE) promotes cultural competence and addresses health inequities through culturally-relevant provider trainings made available to consumers, family members, providers, and those working and living in the community. Add www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Doris Y. Estremera, MPH
MHSA Manager
destremera@smcgov.org
San Mateo Reducing Disparities Stigma and Discrimination and Suicide Prevention
• Stigma Free San Mateo County – Be the ONE Campaign
• San Mateo County Suicide Prevention Committee
PEI The Be the One Campaign is an initiative by San Mateo County's Behavioral Health and Recovery Services to eliminate stigma and end the discrimination against people with mental illness and substance use issues in San Mateo County. The San Mateo County Sui www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Doris Y. Estremera, MPH
MHSA Manager
destremera@smcgov.org
San Mateo Housing FSPs for Children and Youth • Edgewood Short-term Adjunctive Youth and Family Engagement (SAYFE) FSP
• Edgewood Comprehensive “Turning Point” FSP
• Fred Finch Out-of-County Foster Care Youth FSP
CSS-FSP FSPs for Children and Youth helps our highest risk children and youth with serious emotional disorders (SED) remain in their communities, with their families or caregivers while attending school and reducing involvement in juvenile justice and child welfa www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Paul K. Sorbo, LCSW
Deputy Director, Child/Youth Services
psorbo@smcgov.org
San Mateo Housing FSPs for Transition Age Youth (TAY)
• Caminar Enhanced Supportive Education Services FSP
• Edgewood Comprehensive “Turning Point” FSP
• Mental Health Association FSP Supported Housing
CSS-FSP FSPs for TAY provides specialized services to transition age youth aged 16 to 25 with serious emotional disorders to assist them to remain in or return to their communities in safe environments, support positive emancipation including transition from fost www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Paul K. Sorbo, LCSW
Deputy Director, Child/Youth Services
psorbo@smcgov.org
San Mateo Housing FSPs for Adults
• Telecare FSP and Housing Support
• Caminar FSP and Housing Support
• Mateo Lodge South County Integrated FSP
CSS-FSP FSPs for Adults serves seriously mentally ill adults who may also have co-occurring disorders and include: those eligible for diversion from criminal justice incarceration if adequate multi-agency community supports can be provided; currently incarcerated www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Karen Krahn
Deputy Director of Adult Services
kkrahn@smcgov.org
San Mateo Housing FSPs for Older Adults
• Telecare FSP and Housing Support
• Caminar FSP and Housing Support
• Mateo Lodge South County Integrated FSP
CSS-FSP FSPs for Older Adults serves seriously mentally ill older adults and medically fragile individuals who are either at risk of institutionalization or currently institutionalized and who, with more intensive supports, could live in a community setting. In m www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Karen Krahn
Deputy Director of Adult Services
kkrahn@smcgov.org
San Mateo Housing System Development
• Older Adult System of Integrated Services (OASIS)
• Senior Peer Counseling Services (50% CSS; 50%PEI)
• Pathways, Court Mental Health
• Pathways, Co-occurring Housing Services

System Transformation & Effective Strategies
• Peer Cons
CSS - OESD OASIS serves older adults at risk of becoming or seriously mentally ill, including those served by specialty field-based outpatient mental health team, County clinics, community-based mental health providers, mental health managed care network providers ( www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Karen Krahn
Deputy Director of Adult Services
kkrahn@smcgov.org
San Mateo Housing MHSA Housing Program Housing The San Mateo County MHSA Housing Program funds permanent supportive housing for individuals with severe mental illness and that meet the MHSA eligibility criteria as homeless or at-risk of being homeless. The Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Divis www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Karen Krahn
Deputy Director of Adult Services
kkrahn@smcgov.org
San Mateo Unspecified Increasing Recognition of Early Signs of MI
• Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid
PEI Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that helps the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Doris Y. Estremera, MPH
MHSA Manager
destremera@smcgov.org
San Mateo Unspecified N/A INN Total Wellness program was funded by MHSA through June 30, 2015.Currently, San Mateo County is in the Community Program Planning process phase for new Innovative Projects. www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Doris Y. Estremera, MPH
MHSA Manager
destremera@smcgov.org
San Mateo Unspecified eClinical Care CFTN Resources of this component were used to fund eClinical Care, an integrated business and clinical information system (electronic health record) as well as ongoing technical support. The system continues to be improved and expanded in order to help BHRS be www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Doris Y. Estremera, MPH
MHSA Manager
destremera@smcgov.org
San Mateo Unspecified Workforce Development and Education Program
• System-wide Training and Workforce Development
• Intern Training Program
• Lived Experience Academy and Speakers Bureau
• Mental Health Loan Assumption Program
WET MHSA WET training guidelines include: 1) Targeted Training for and by Consumers and Family Members, 2) Trainings to Support Wellness and Recovery, 3) Cultural Competence Training, and 4) Evidenced-Based Practices Training for System Transformation. The Sy www.smchealth.org/bhrs/mhsaWebsite

Katy Davis, PhD, LCSW
Workforce, Education, and Training Coordinator
E-mail: kdavis@smcgov.org
Santa Barbara Crisis Support CARES Mobile Crisis
Team
CSS-OESD A mobile crisis team available 24/7 was added to the ADMHS CARES (Crisis and Recovery Emergency Services) program to provide clients in crisis appropriate alternatives to hospitalization. Mobile crisis response teams collaborate with law enforcement crisi Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Crisis Support Bridge to Care SD Program serves adults in the Lompoc area. Bridge to Care provides psychiatric medication evaluation, prescriptions and medication monitoring to stabilize people in treatment with drug and alcohol programs who have co-occurring mental illnesses or trauma. Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Crisis Support Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) WET Intended for law enforcement officers who are often the first point of contact for people in crisis and psychiatric emergency. Training prepares law enforcement professionals to recognize the signs and symptoms of severe mental illness, with or without t Website

Tina Wooten TWooten@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Crisis Support CARES (Crisis and Recovery Emergency Services) PEI Consolidates crisis stabilization, intake, mobile crisis response and access to service for mental health and alcohol and drug emergencies. Staffed by mental health professionals, CARES provides crisis support on a 24/7 basis, serves children and adults, Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Crisis Support HOPE CSS
HOPE provides an array of intensive in-home services available to foster home and extended family home placements. The goals are to maintain the stability of children in their homes and placements and reduce multiple placements.
Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Peer/Family Support Specialists Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) CSS-FSP Evidence-based approach helps people with severe mental illness who have co-occurring life issues, including alcohol and drug use. Deploys multidisciplinary teams responsible for providing services, including housing assistance; supported employment and e Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Peer/Family Support Specialists Spirit CSS-FSP Provides a family-centered, strength-based, highly individualized service to help children and their families meet unmet needs both within and outside of formal human services systems while children remain in their neighborhoods and homes whenever possibl Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Peer/Family Support Specialists Partners in Hope CSS-OESD This resource includes family partners, peer recovery staff and alcohol and drug treatment specialists who provide outreach, linkage to care and recovery-oriented activities in Lompoc, Santa Maria, and Santa Barbara. In addition, Recovery Learning Centers Website

Tina Wooten TWooten@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Peer/Family Support Specialists Consumer Empowerment Manager WET ADMHS recognizes the value and richness that consumer and family member employees bring to the workplace, whether in direct service capacity or in other positions of interest. To address barriers to obtaining and sustaining employment, ADMHS established t Website

Tina Wooten TWooten@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Peer/Family Support Specialists Consumer and Family Member Training
and Employment Opportunities
WET ADMHS seeks to provide consumers and family members with opportunities to build skills that will prepare them for entering and/or re-entering the workforce. A major current focus is maintaining a Peer Expert Pool to provide graduates of the 10-Day WET Pe Website

Tina Wooten TWooten@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Reducing Disparities New Heights CSS-SD County wide services that assist transition age youth in making the successful transition into adulthood with tools necessary for ongoing wellness and recovery. Offers an array of recovery-focused services, including mental health services, employment an Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Reducing Disparities The Justice Alliance CSS-FSP Emphasizes treatment, not punishment, for people with mental illness in the justice system. A licensed mental health professional in each region of the County provides linkage to mental health services for individuals with serious mental illness who have Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Reducing Disparities Support to Culturally Underserved Communities PEI Community health educators from culturally underserved communities offer educational workshops, discussion groups and support groups to address individual and family member mental and wellness topics. Provides culturally appropriate training sessions for Website

Refujio Rodriguez cucorodriguez@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-4505
Santa Barbara Reducing Disparities Culturally Adapted and Recovery Focused Models of Care INN
This project makes adaptations at the administrative, service delivery, and clinical level to reflect and respond to the cultural dimensions of diverse populations. Culturally adapted care is culturally competent care that must be incorporated into the
Website

Refujio Rodriguez cucorodriguez@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-4505
Santa Barbara Reducing Disparities Access and Assessment Specialized Clinic Team PEI Three regional teams specialize in access and assessment, with special attention to cultural considerations, such as unique presentations of crises among minorities and the importance of accessing family and community supports. The new regional teams are Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Housing Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) CSS-FSP Evidence-based approach helps people with severe mental illness who have co-occurring life issues, including alcohol and drug use. Deploys multidisciplinary teams responsible for providing services, including housing assistance; supported employment and e Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Housing Supported Housing CSS-FSP Provides intensive, multidisciplinary services to adults and older adults who require a higher level of care than offered by mental health clinics, but less than that provided by ACT programs. Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Housing MHSA Housing MHSA Housing Provides funding for capital costs and operating subsidies to develop permanent supportive housing for persons with serious mental illness who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness. Supports 10 units in the Garden Street Apartments in Santa Barbara, ei Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara SB82 Funded Crisis Triage SB 82 Based in Santa Maria, Lompoc and Santa Barbara, crisis triage teams will focus on assisting individuals experiencing behavioral health crises who do not meet the criteria for involuntary hospitalization. Services include short‐term interventions to promot Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara SB82 Funded Crisis Stabilization Unit SB 82 A 23‐Hour Bed Unit, designed to provide a safe, nurturing, short‐term, voluntary emergency treatment option for individuals experiencing a behavioral health emergency. It is designed to assist individuals before hospitalization is required. The program ac Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara SB82 Funded Crisis Residential SB 82 The Crisis Residential House in Santa Barbara offers a voluntary, non‐institutional, homelike setting for behavioral health clients. Residents receive up to 30 days of respite, peer support and linkages to ongoing services and resources. The County contra Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara SB82 Funded West County Mobile Crisis SB 82 The new Mobile Crisis West County Team serves adults experiencing a psychiatric crisis or mental health emergency and substantially enriches treatment options, providing clients appropriate alternatives to hospitalization whenever possible. Staffing inclu Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Unspecified Early Childhood Mental Health
Services
PEI Provides in-home support, health and development screening, parent education and skills training, infant parent psychotherapy, advocacy, resources and referrals, postpartum support groups and father outreach. Implements problem-solving and capacity-buildi Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Unspecified Prevention/Early Intervention Services
for Children and TAY
PEI Includes mental health assessment, screening and treatment, home visits, school collaboration, family interventions, respite, multi-agency linkages, child abuse prevention education. A school-based program offers prevention and early intervention mental h Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Unspecified Client/Family Access to Computer
Resources
CFTN Focuses on training and access to technology in each of the three primary population centers in Santa Barbara County: Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, and Lompoc. Consumers will have access to computer resources and tools to gather information, research mental Website

Refujio Rodriguez cucorodriguez@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-4505
Santa Barbara Unspecified Electronic Health Records
Enhancement
CFTN Builds on the currently operational Integrated Information System at Santa Barbara County ADMHS. The project creates system wide access to clinical, administrative and financial information in digital format. Trains staff to access and record accurate and Website

Marshal Ramsey mramsey@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Unspecified Consumer Security and
Confidentiality
CFTN Builds on the security efforts currently in place at ADMHS. The security standards will match other Santa Barbara County Departments to meet the state-mandated requirements. The project facilitates secure system wide access to clinical and administrative Website

Refujio Rodriguez cucorodriguez@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-4505
Santa Barbara Unspecified Medical Integration Team CSS Specialized teams in each region of the county serving persons with severe mental illness who also experience serious medical problems, including individuals who are 60 years of age and over. Teams will also develop ongoing partnerships with all relevant Website

Refujio Rodriguez cucorodriguez@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-4505
Santa Barbara Unspecified GRRRL INN This program is designed to serve and identify young women who have been victims of sexual trafficking. Teams of service providers will work with victims and will collaborate with partner agencies to ensure successful outcomes are achieved and potential Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Unspecified Homeless Services Specialty Clinic Team CSS In response to stakeholder input, homeless services will be created in Central County (Lompoc) and North County (Santa Maria). In South County (Santa Barbara), homeless services will be augmented. This enhancement responds to long-term concerns by a broa Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Unspecified Co-Occurring Specialty Clinic Team CSS The co-occurring outpatient teams offer client-driven services and customize services based on individual needs. The creation of this program is in direct response to stakeholder priorities. Specialized outpatient co-occurring teams are based in North, C Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Barbara Unspecified Wellness & Recovery Adult Specialized Clinic Teams/Wellness & Resiliency Children's Specialized Clinic Teams CSS Three Wellness and Recovery teams, one each in Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, and Lompoc address the needs of adult populations. Three Wellness and Resiliency Teams
serve children, youth and their families in Lompoc, Santa Barbara, and Santa Maria.

Specia
Website

Ana Vicuna Avicuna@co.santa-barbara.ca.us (805) 681-5220
Santa Clara Crisis Support Behavioral Health Services Outpatient System Redesign / TAY Crisis and Drop-In Services CSS This expands the system of care for TAY youth through a continuum of services that include specialized outreach, crisis intervention, linkages, self-help, peer support and case management. The project includes a 24-hour Drop-In Center and a community cen Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Crisis Support Adult/Older Adult Behavioral Health Outpatient Services Redesign CSS This project expands self-help and peer support services, redesigns outpatient clinics toward a recovery model, incorporates consumer involvement, modifies levels of care to appropriately meet consumers’ levels of need, and works with system partners (e.g Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Crisis Support Central Wellness and Urgent Care Services CSS This project provides consumers and individuals with emergent needs with critical services and is an alternative to Emergency Psychiatric Services (EPS). Mental Health Urgent Care (MHUC) services include crisis counseling, referrals, education, medicatio Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Crisis Support Strengthening Families and Children PEI This initiative is divided into two components; component one is intended to prevent or intervene early in the development of emotional and behavioral problems in young children by providing the parents with outcome-based parenting strategies, support ser Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Crisis Support Suicide Prevention Strategic Plan PEI This initiative seeks to reduce suicide risk among all age groups throughout Santa Clara County and is intended to directly support the implementation of the County’s Suicide Prevention Strategic Plan (SPSP), which was approved by the Board of Supervisors Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Crisis Support Investment In Mental Health Wellness (IMHW) Program CFTN In April 2014, the California Health Facilities Financing Authority (CHFFA) awarded the County $4,699,948.11 in grant funding: 30 new beds for Crisis Residential and 8 new beds for Crisis Stabilization Treatment Programs. No local match (i.e., from the co Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Peer/Family Support Specialists Behavioral Health Services Outpatient System Redesign / TAY Crisis and Drop-In Services CSS This expands the system of care for TAY youth through a continuum of services that include specialized outreach, crisis intervention, linkages, self-help, peer support and case management. The project includes a 24-hour Drop-In Center and a community cen Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Peer/Family Support Specialists Consumer and Family Wellness and Recovery Services CSS This is an initiative to transform the outpatient services of County and CBO-operated clinics. The initiative provides clinic staff with the training and practical skills to move toward a recovery and wellness-oriented service model, which emphasizes the Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Peer/Family Support Specialists Welcoming Consumers and Family Members WET This project develops and implements training, workshops and consultations that support an environment that welcomes consumers and family members as contributing partners in the public mental health system. It creates a Consumer/Family Member Training Coo Website

Jeannette Ferris (408) 792-3911 jeannette.ferris@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Peer/Family Support Specialists Community Engagement and Capacity Building for Reducing Stigma and Discrimination PEI This is an initiative to reduce disparities in service access by unserved and underserved communities; increase knowledge of mental illness; reduce stigma and discrimination within the context of culture; and increase community prevention and healing capa Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Peer/Family Support Specialists Strengthening Families and Children PEI This initiative is divided into two components; component one is intended to prevent or intervene early in the development of emotional and behavioral problems in young children by providing the parents with outcome-based parenting strategies, support ser Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Peer/Family Support Specialists Prevention and Early Interventions for Individuals Experiencing Onset of Serious Psychiatric Illness with Psychotic Features PEI The REACH (Raising Early Awareness Creating Hope) project implements a continuum of services targeting youth and transition age youth (TAY), ages 11 to 25, who are experiencing At Risk Mental States (ARMS) or prodromal symptoms. The service model is based Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Child FSP CSS Intensive, comprehensive age-appropriate project for as many as 60 seriously emotionally disturbed children ages 0 to 15 that combines critical core services within a wraparound model. The targeted population is juvenile justice-involved and SED African Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Child System Development CSS This plan establishes systems of care for at-risk young children and families through key Santa Clara County child-serving agencies involved in 0 to 5-age services. The objectives are to establish quality screening, assessment, service linkages and paren Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Children and Family Behavioral Health Outpatient Services Redesign CSS This project involves the research, design and implementation of system-wide level-of-care screening, assessment, practice guidelines, and treatment services to improve the system of care for children and youth, particularly those from un-served and under Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities TAY FSP CSS This is an intensive, comprehensive, age-appropriate project for as many as 100 TAY consumers with high levels of need. The project targets youth “aging out” of other child-serving systems. Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Behavioral Health Services Outpatient System Redesign / TAY Crisis and Drop-In Services CSS This expands the system of care for TAY youth through a continuum of services that include specialized outreach, crisis intervention, linkages, self-help, peer support and case management. The project includes a 24-hour Drop-In Center and a community cen Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Adult FSP CSS This is an intensive, comprehensive program for 175 highest risk Serious Mental Illness (SMI) adults who are frequent users of involuntary care and/or underserved homeless consumers with high levels of need. Based on the AB 2034 philosophy, the project pr Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Adult/Older Adult Behavioral Health Outpatient Services Redesign CSS This project expands self-help and peer support services, redesigns outpatient clinics toward a recovery model, incorporates consumer involvement, modifies levels of care to appropriately meet consumers’ levels of need, and works with system partners (e.g Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Criminal Justice System Jail Aftercare FSP Program CSS This project currently serves 486 adults 18 to 59 years old with concurrent mental health and substance abuse problems who also are involved in the criminal justice system. A continuum of intensive, comprehensive services, including residential, outpatie Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Central Wellness and Urgent Care Services CSS This project provides consumers and individuals with emergent needs with critical services and is an alternative to Emergency Psychiatric Services (EPS). Mental Health Urgent Care (MHUC) services include crisis counseling, referrals, education, medicatio Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Consumer and Family Wellness and Recovery Services CSS This is an initiative to transform the outpatient services of County and CBO-operated clinics. The initiative provides clinic staff with the training and practical skills to move toward a recovery and wellness-oriented service model, which emphasizes the Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Older Adult FSP CSS This project offers intensive wraparound services for up to 25 older adults. FSP's for older adults are designed to meet the comprehensive needs of seriously mentally ill older adults 60+ years of age that include psychiatric needs, homelessness or the ri Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Older Adult Behavioral Health Outpatient Services Redesign CSS This initiative is intended to result in improved design for age-appropriate access, engagement, screening, assessment, and level of care system assignment for outpatient services; as well as geriatric training and staff development plans to ensure incorp Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Housing Options Initiative CSS This plan was established to help the MHD and the County address the housing needs of consumers through housing development, services, and interagency collaboration. The Office of Housing and Homeless Support Services (OHHSS) was created to oversee the MH Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Learning Partnership CSS This is a Division of the SCCMHD comprised of three units, Decision Support (the Department’s research and evaluation unit), Cultural Competency (ensures that cultural needs of the County’s ethnic and racial populations are met by the Department), and Con Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Community Engagement and Capacity Building for Reducing Stigma and Discrimination PEI This is an initiative to reduce disparities in service access by unserved and underserved communities; increase knowledge of mental illness; reduce stigma and discrimination within the context of culture; and increase community prevention and healing capa Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Strengthening Families and Children PEI This initiative is divided into two components; component one is intended to prevent or intervene early in the development of emotional and behavioral problems in young children by providing the parents with outcome-based parenting strategies, support ser Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Prevention and Early Interventions for Individuals Experiencing Onset of Serious Psychiatric Illness with Psychotic Features PEI The REACH (Raising Early Awareness Creating Hope) project implements a continuum of services targeting youth and transition age youth (TAY), ages 11 to 25, who are experiencing At Risk Mental States (ARMS) or prodromal symptoms. The service model is based Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Primary Care / Behavioral Health Integration for Adults and Older Adults PEI This project has two major components: 1) services to new refugees drawing upon outreach and focus groups with refugees and organizations serving refugees; and 2) implementation of integrated behavioral health services within local non-profit Federally Qu Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Reducing Disparities Multi-Cultural Center (MCC) INN Increase access to underserved and inappropriately served ethnic minorities by housing activities and services for multiple ethnic communities in Santa Clara County. MCC will provide an opportunity for ethnic minority community coordinators to collaborat Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Housing Child FSP CSS Intensive, comprehensive age-appropriate project for as many as 60 seriously emotionally disturbed children ages 0 to 15 that combines critical core services within a wraparound model. The targeted population is juvenile justice-involved and SED African Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Housing TAY FSP CSS This is an intensive, comprehensive, age-appropriate project for as many as 100 TAY consumers with high levels of need. The project targets youth “aging out” of other child-serving systems. Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Housing Behavioral Health Services Outpatient System Redesign / TAY Crisis and Drop-In Services CSS This expands the system of care for TAY youth through a continuum of services that include specialized outreach, crisis intervention, linkages, self-help, peer support and case management. The project includes a 24-hour Drop-In Center and a community cen Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Housing Adult FSP CSS This is an intensive, comprehensive program for 175 highest risk Serious Mental Illness (SMI) adults who are frequent users of involuntary care and/or underserved homeless consumers with high levels of need. Based on the AB 2034 philosophy, the project pr Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Housing Criminal Justice System Jail Aftercare FSP Program CSS This project currently serves 486 adults 18 to 59 years old with concurrent mental health and substance abuse problems who also are involved in the criminal justice system. A continuum of intensive, comprehensive services, including residential, outpatie Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Housing Older Adult FSP CSS This project offers intensive wraparound services for up to 25 older adults. FSP's for older adults are designed to meet the comprehensive needs of seriously mentally ill older adults 60+ years of age that include psychiatric needs, homelessness or the ri Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Housing Housing Options Initiative CSS This plan was established to help the MHD and the County address the housing needs of consumers through housing development, services, and interagency collaboration. The Office of Housing and Homeless Support Services (OHHSS) was created to oversee the MH Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Administration CSS Includes support staff positions and contracts for Administration, Contracts, Finance and Quality Improvement. Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Workforce Education and Training Coordination WET Positions budgeted for Workforce, Education and Training infrastructure are charged entirely to this budget. The infrastructure supports the education and training of underrepresented populations to enter the mental health workforce and advance within the Website

Jeannette Ferris (408) 792-3911 jeannette.ferris@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Promising Practice-Based Training in Adult Recovery Principles & Child, Adolescent & Family Service Model WET This project expands training for SCCMHD and contract CBO management and staff, consumers and family members, and other key stakeholders. The training will promote and encourage the integration of Wellness and Recovery methods, the value of providing peer Website

Jeannette Ferris (408) 792-3911 jeannette.ferris@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Improved Services & Outreach to Unserved and Underserved Populations WET This project expands specialized cultural competency training for all staff to improve services to ethnic and cultural populations. Ethnic and cultural populations are broadly defined to include marginalized populations such as, People of Color, the Elder Website

Jeannette Ferris (408) 792-3911 jeannette.ferris@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified WET Collaboration with Key System Partners WET This project builds on the collaboration between the Mental Health Department and key system partners to develop and share training and educational programs so that consumers and family members receive more effective integrated services. Website

Jeannette Ferris (408) 792-3911 jeannette.ferris@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified A Comprehensive Mental Health Career Pathway Model WET This includes a position and overhead budgeted to support the development of a model that supports SCCMHD’s commitment to developing a workforce that can meet the needs of its diverse population. The person in this position is trained in the principles of Website

Jeannette Ferris (408) 792-3911 jeannette.ferris@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Stipends and Incentives to Support Mental Health Career Pathway WET This project provides financial support through stipends and other financial incentives to attract and enable consumers and family and community partners to enroll in a full range of educational programs that are prerequisites to employment and advancemen Website

Jeannette Ferris (408) 792-3911 jeannette.ferris@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Administration WET Represents the indirect administrative overhead costs for Mental Health Administration, County’s Health & Hospital System Overhead (e.g. Information Systems, Patient Business Services, Finance), County Overhead, and other Mental Health wide administrative Website

Jeannette Ferris (408) 792-3911 jeannette.ferris@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Administration PEI Represents the indirect administrative overhead costs for Mental Health Administration, County’s Health & Hospital System Overhead (e.g. Information Systems, Patient Business Services, Finance), County Overhead, and other Mental Health wide administrative Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Early Childhood Universal Screening Project INN Develops a model to increase access to services and improve outcomes by strengthening the screening and referral process for young children with developmental concerns and social-emotional delays. This project will test whether the implementation of multi Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Peer Run TAY Inn INN Increases access to services and improve outcomes for high-risk, transition age youth in a voluntary 24-hour care setting. The project model proposes the implementation of an innovative 24-hour service that involves a significant expansion of the role of Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Elders' Storytelling Project INN Develops a model to increase the quality of services for isolated older adults by adapting a culturally-based “story-telling” approach that capitalizes on the traditional role of older adults as transmitters of cultural wisdom and values. The core service Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Transitional Mental Health Services for Newly Released Inmates INN Develops a model that examines whether the organizational support of the Mental Health Department provided to an inter-faith collaborative and coordination and collaboration with other service providers/advocacy groups increases the capacity of faith orga Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified AB109/117 Re-Entry Multi-Agency Pilot Also Known As "Re-Entry Map" INN Develop and test a service needs assessment and delivery model that will facilitate interagency coordination with Probation, Custody Health Services, the Department of Alcohol and Drug Services, and the Social Services Agency in assessing and providing re Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Administration INN Represents the indirect administrative overhead costs for Mental Health Administration, County’s Health & Hospital System Overhead (e.g. Information Systems, Patient Business Services, Finance), County Overhead, and other Mental Health wide administrative Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Electronic Health Record CFTN Purpose: To provide a comprehensive electronic medical record for consumers that can be shared in a secure and integrated environment across service providers.
Need: The EHR is mandated by Federal, State and Local initiatives. The Federal Executive Order
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Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Enterprise-wide Data Warehouse CFTN Purpose: To create a single data repository for all Mental Health Department service, administrative, financial and provider information. The data warehouse will integrate information to improve the ability of SCVHHS to measure key clinical and administra Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Consumer Learning Center CFTN Purpose: To provide additional support for consumers in MHSA recovery programs and living in the community by setting up supervised computer labs and basic PC skills training in established Wellness Centers across the County.
Need: The need for this proje
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Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Website Redesign and Consumer Portal CFTN Purpose: To provide additional services for consumers and their families by enhancing the current MH website and developing a secure consume portal. The WEB focuses on developing a set of Internet applications that provide real-time, secure behavioral hea Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Bed and Housing Exchange CFTN Purpose: To provide a database with posting and query tools that will allow operators of inpatient/residential Mental Health facilities services to post their open beds whenever they become available so that case managers, clinicians and others authorized Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified County Health Record Integration Initiative CFTN Purpose: To create a system focused on providing secure, real-time combined wide client records that can be accessed across various service providing agencies and provide a collaborative cross agency view of registered consumer’s demographic, services and Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified F&C Screening, Assessment & Treatment Center CFTN The renovation will relocate the existing KidScope program that specializes in diagnostic and treatment services for 0-8 year olds performed by developmental pediatricians and therapy staff, and the County teams that work with children and transition age Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Downtown Mental Health Renovation CFTN The renovation will consist of improving the Self-Help Center by designing activity and training rooms. The current space consists of one large activity room and a coordinator’s office. The remodeled space will have a computer training room and several Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Multi-Cultural Center (MCC) Renovation CFTN The renovation will consist of improving the space for the Multi-Cultural Center (MCC). The MCC will offer a welcoming, accessible and safe place where members of all ethnic communities can find a sense of cultural resonance, belonging and support. The M Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Clara Unspecified Safety Button for Crises in County Outpatient Clinics CFTN The purpose of this new capital facilities (CF) project is to install safety button equipment for crises in County outpatient clinics and offices. The installation of the safety equipment will facilitate immediate help to County staff who need assistance Website

Jeanne Moral (408) 885-6867 jeanne.moral@hhs.sccgov.org
Santa Cruz Crisis Support Enhanced Crisis Response CSS This work plan provides enhanced 24/7 supports to adults experiencing significant impact to their level of functioning in their home or community placement to maintain functioning in their living situation, or (2) in need or at risk of psychiatric hospita Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Crisis Support Community Services and Supports CSS The services and strategies in this work plan are designed to advance recovery goals for all consumers to live independently, to engage in meaningful work and learning activities that are central to enhancement of quality of life. Participants will be en Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Peer/Family Support Specialists Special Focus: Family Partnerships CSS This MHSA contract is designed to expand Family and Youth Partnership activities provided by parents, and youth, who are or have been served by our Children's Interagency System of Care, to provide support, outreach, education, and services to parent and Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Peer/Family Support Specialists Consumer, Peer & Family Services CSS These services and supports are intended to provide peer support, which is empowering and instills hope as people move through their own individual recovery process. Services are available countywide and are culturally competent, recovery oriented, peer- Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Peer/Family Support Specialists ¡Juntos Podemos! (Together We Can!) INN The primary purpose of this innovative program is to increase quality of services and outcomes. Existing research demonstrates the effectiveness of peer support for individuals in need of mental health services and the importance of engaging individuals’ Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Reducing Disparities Prevention & Early Intervention Services for Children PEI These projects serve children and youth from stressed families, early onset of mental illness, and trauma exposed children and their families. Of particular concern are families needing help with parental/supervision skills, or affected by substance use/ Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Reducing Disparities Culture Specific Parent Education & Support PEI These projects help decrease the risk of violence, suicide, and other traumas that children and youth age 0 – 17 may be exposed to by providing education, skills-based training, early intervention and treatment referrals to parents, families, and children Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Reducing Disparities Services for Transition Age Youth & Adults PEI These projects provide intensive treatment and education for family members when individuals are developing early signs of possible serious mental illness. Through consultation, training and direct service delivery, a broad menu of services will be offer Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Reducing Disparities Services for Older Adults PEI These strategies address the high rates of depression, isolation and suicides of Older Adults in Santa Cruz County. Strategies are aimed at identifying older adults at risk of trauma-induced mental illness, depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and lat Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Housing Community Services & Supports CSS The Housing Support Team provides services and supports to adults living independently in order to help them maintain their housing and mental health stability. The team consists of County staff (Housing Coordinator and an occupational therapist), Front Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Housing Community Services and Supports: Housing CSS This component is to offer permanent supportive housing to the target population, with no limit on length of stay. The target population is defined as very low-income adults, 18 years of age and older, with serious mental illness, and who do not have sta Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Unspecified Community Gate CSS The services of this program are designed to create expanded community-linked screening/assessment and treatment of children/youth suspected of having serious emotional disturbances—but who are not referred from our System of Care public partner agencies Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Unspecified Probation Gate CSS The Probation Gate is designed to address the mental health needs (including assessment, individual, collateral, group, case management, and family therapy) of youth involved with, or at risk of involvement, with the Juvenile Probation system. This progra Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Unspecified Child Welfare Gate CSS The Child Welfare Gate goals are designed to address the mental health needs of children/youth in the Child Welfare system. By ensuring comprehensive screening and assessment for foster children, we are assisting in family reunification and permanency pla Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Unspecified Education Gate CSS This program is designed to create school-linked screening/assessment and treatment of children/youth suspected of having serious emotional disturbances. In addition, specific dual diagnosis (mental health/substance abuse) service capacity has been create Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Unspecified Community Services & Supports CSS The services and strategies in this work plan are designed to advance recovery goals for all consumers to live independently, to engage in meaningful work and learning activities that are central to enhancement of quality of life. Participants will be en Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Unspecified Workforce Education & Training WET A challenge we face is how to sustain our training and education program, given that the State does not distribute additional WET funds. However, the County of Santa Cruz recognizes that we still need work in our efforts to transform our service delivery Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Santa Cruz Unspecified Information Technology IT To modernize and transform clinical administrative systems. Our goal is to improve overall functionality and user-friendliness for both clinical and administrative work processes. We need to have one cohesive system with intuitive functionality where it Website

(831) 454-4170 (800) 952-2335
Shasta Crisis Support Crisis Services/ CRRC CSS The Crisis Services Program completes the transformation of Shasta County Mental Health’s crisis and short-term treatment system, which for many is the initial access point into the public mental health system. A multiple-level array of services is prov www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta   Client and Family Operated Systems CSS Includes two wellness centers and a contract with NAMI for education services. www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Peer/Family Support Specialists MHSA Volunteer Program WET The MHSA Volunteer Program is for consumers and family members who would like to explore a career in the public mental health field. The programs addresses the priority workforce education and training need to establish a career pathway and responds to th www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Reducing Disparities Shasta Triumph and Recovery (STAR) CSS Shasta Triumph and Recovery (STAR) is a Full Service Partner program that serves all age groups. The STAR program is an enrollment program that is wellness, recovery, and resiliency based and practices the “whatever it takes” model to provide access to s www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Reducing Disparities Rural Health Initiative CSS The Shasta Rural Health Initiative initiated recovery-based service agreements with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) in the community to provide integrated primary health care and mental health care to priority populations. Services include Full www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Reducing Disparities Older Adult Services CSS The Older Adult Services Program is a system of interagency services for adults 60 years and older who have serious and persistent mental illness. Older adults are identified and provided services that are comprehensive, age appropriate, culturally compe www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Reducing Disparities Co-Occurring Disorders CSS Services to individuals who have co-occurring disorders of behavioral health/physical illness or behavioral health/substance use. www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Reducing Disparities Outreach/ Access CSS Services to individuals in the community who are un- and under-served in our system to determine their appropriateness for services and levels required, including evaluation and assessment provided by the Access Team. Case management, nursing, and clinic www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Reducing Disparities Individuals Experiencing the Onset of Serious Psychiatric Illness: Reduce Duration of Untreated Psychosis PEI Shasta County’s Individuals Experiencing the Onset of Serious Psychiatric Illness Project targets individuals who are between the ages of 15 and 25 who have early symptoms that might indicate the start of a serious and persistent mental illness. Activiti www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Housing Permanent Supportive Housing CSS The Woodlands, a 54-unit apartment complex being built in Redding, contains 19 MHSA units: 14 one-bedroom and 5 two-bedroom. Units will house individuals who meet Full Service Partnership eligibility requirements. Tenancy will be for adults with seriou www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Unspecified Children and Youth in Stressed Families: Triple P- Positive Parenting Program PEI Shasta County coordinates with and leverages the efforts of First 5 Shasta to provide county-wide implementation of the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program. Triple P is a multi-level, parenting and family support strategy that aims to prevent behavioral, www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Unspecified Children and Youth in Stressed Families: Community Programs for At-Risk Middle School Students PEI Shasta County Mental Health, through a negotiated contract with a local school district(s), has implemented the Positive Action program which focuses on children at risk. Positive Action is an evidence-based program designed to build self esteem and good www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Unspecified Children and Youth in Stressed Families: Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) PEI Shasta County Mental Health participates and supports the Strengthening Families Community Collaborative which focuses its efforts on facilitating collaboration and coordination and the development and dissemination of information to the community about s www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Unspecified Stigma & Discrimination PEI This program aims to build awareness of and eliminate the discrimination and stigma associated with mental illness. It includes the following strategies: public education, media campaigns, direct contact with mental health consumers, and recognition f www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Shasta Unspecified Suicide Prevention PEI This program is based on the local level recommendations which coincide with the California Strategic Plan on Suicide Prevention. This program includes local and culturally appropriate activities, including creating a system of suicide prevention, implem www.shastamhsa.comWebsite

Jamie Hannigan (530) 245-6419 jhannigan@co.shasta.ca.us
Sierra Crisis Support Combined Programs CSS Sierra County continues to partner with Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center (PCIRC) in the operation of the Crisis Line which operates 24/7, and provides 24/7 access to a mental health professional. Targeted populations are specified as all und Website

Laurie Marsh MHSA Coordinator lmarsh@sierracounty.ca.gov 207 Front St., PO Box 265 Loyalton, CA 96118 530.993.6745
Sierra Peer/Family Support Specialists Sierra County Wellness Center CSS The Sierra County Wellness Center provides Peer Support services to community members of Sierra County living with the symptoms of mental illness. Website

Laurie Marsh MHSA Coordinator lmarsh@sierracounty.ca.gov 207 Front St., PO Box 265 Loyalton, CA 96118 530.993.6745
Sierra Peer/Family Support Specialists Front Porch Program OE The Front Porch Program is designed to provide outreach to isolated community members. This program utilizes peer support staff to provide activities in geographically isolated communities. During activities data will be collected to identify other nee Website

Laurie Marsh MHSA Coordinator lmarsh@sierracounty.ca.gov 207 Front St., PO Box 265 Loyalton, CA 96118 530.993.6745
Sierra Reducing Disparities Front Porch Program OE The Front Porch Program is designed to provide outreach to isolated community members. This program utilizes peer support staff to provide activities in geographically isolated communities. During activities data will be collected to identify other nee Website

Laurie Marsh MHSA Coordinator lmarsh@sierracounty.ca.gov 207 Front St., PO Box 265 Loyalton, CA 96118 530.993.6745
Sierra Reducing Disparities Mental Health First Aide PEI Mental Health First Aid is offered to community members and stakeholders throughout Sierra County. Mental Health First Aid also helps to reduce stigma associated with the symptoms of living with mental illness. Website

Laurie Marsh MHSA Coordinator lmarsh@sierracounty.ca.gov 207 Front St., PO Box 265 Loyalton, CA 96118 530.993.6745
Sierra Reducing Disparities Music Together PEI Music Together is an internationally recognized early childhood education music and movement program, the curriculum of which we employ to provide a prevention & early intervention program offered to community members and their young children to increase Website

Laurie Marsh MHSA Coordinator lmarsh@sierracounty.ca.gov 207 Front St., PO Box 265 Loyalton, CA 96118 530.993.6745
Sierra Reducing Disparities Student/Parent Navigator PEI Sierra County Behavioral Health is working towards creating a Student/Parent Navigator position. The outcomes desired in creating this position is to provide outreach, linkage and access to supports and services to families of older youth who are experien Website

Laurie Marsh MHSA Coordinator lmarsh@sierracounty.ca.gov 207 Front St., PO Box 265 Loyalton, CA 96118 530.993.6745
Sierra Housing FSP CSS Rental assistance can be provided through FSP when qualifiers are met through the program. Website

Laurie Marsh MHSA Coordinator lmarsh@sierracounty.ca.gov 207 Front St., PO Box 265 Loyalton, CA 96118 530.993.6745
Sierra Unspecified Parenting Supports/Programs PEI During the latest Community Planning Process, stakeholders identified a gap of providing supportive services to build stronger and healthier family units. Stakeholders were of the belief that by providing parenting and family strengthening programs, other Website

Laurie Marsh MHSA Coordinator lmarsh@sierracounty.ca.gov 207 Front St., PO Box 265 Loyalton, CA 96118 530.993.6745
Siskiyou Reducing Disparities Latino Access and Linkage to Treatment PEI Latino peer to provide bilingual/bicultural outreach and engagement, linkage to services, interpretation and support services to Latino individuals and their families. For individuals identified as meeting medical necessity criteria for specialty mental Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified FSP CSS-FSP We continue to review clients designated as Full Service Partnership (FSP) to ensure that they are high-need and meet the MHSA requirements for this specialized service. We served approximately 188 FSPs in 14/15. We frequently update client plans and r Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Systems of Care, Adult, Children's, TAY, Older, unserved/underserved CSS Services include, but are not limited to, crisis intervention, clinical assessments; individual and group therapy; case management; wraparound; medication management; linkages to community resources, including primary care and transport if needed; housing Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Six Stones Wellness Center CSS-OESD/FSP Behavioral Health successfully executed a contract with an organizational provider and identified and leased a site for the Six Stones Wellness Center program. Services in the Center will be offered to adults and older adults with SMI in a safe, caring a Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Day Reporting Center CSS-OESD We currently fund medication support services at the Day Reporting Center (DRC). This project seeks to engage post-release adult and older adult offenders who have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness, or those who identify themselves as SMI, by a Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Co-Occurring O&E CSS-OESD This collaborative O&E pilot project serves post-release adult and older adult offenders who have been diagnosed with a SMI, or identify themselves as SMI and have a co-occurring substance use disorder. This project is group based and services are provid Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Veterans Outreach CSS-OESD Outreach and Engagement activities targeting veterans will continue to be provided throughout the County and will include outreach and linkage to services for un- or underserved veterans suffering from mental illness and/or substance abuse, in addition to Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Community Resource Centers PEI Ten Family Resource Centers (FRC) throughout the county provide MHSA Prevention and early intervention services and provide linkage to behavioral health for mental health services. Data is collected and submitted back to BHS for evaluation to ensure all Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Mental Health First Aid PEI SCBH will contract with Lotus Educational Services to provide three 8-hour Mental Health First Aid trainings to first responders in Siskiyou County. Training will focus on educating first responders including medical professionals, teachers, law enforcem Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified PCIT PEI SCBH will contract with a local vendor to provide Parent Child Interactive Therapy for boys and girls who are exhibiting signs of aggression, defiance, difficulty in school, refusing to follow directions, as well as other behavior disorders. Services wil Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Youth Empowerment Program PEI This school based outreach project targets middle and high school students in Happy Camp, an isolated and underserved community in western Siskiyou County. The purpose of this pilot project is twofold: 1) provide better linkage to services; and 2) develo Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Tribal Services PEI Under contract with the Karuk Tribe, a federally recognized Tribe with Tribal Headquarters in Happy Camp, SCBH will provide the Strengthening Families Program (SFP), Girls Circle (Relationship with Peers) and Boys Council (Standing Together: A Journey int Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Suicide Prevention/Outreach, Stigma & Discrimination reduction PEI Siskiyou County continues to distribute outreach materials to partners and providers, schools and businesses to educate community members on Suicide awareness and Stigma & Discrimination reduction associated with Mental health in our County. We've partne Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Workforce Education and Training Subcommittee WET Continue to fund trainings on mental health and/or substance use issues for community partners and providers. Provide financial assistance for staff to enroll in higher education courses related to mental health and/or substance use. SCBH is committed to Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Capital Facilities/Technology CFTN Continue to support our electronic health records system, including additional storage to provide room as we convert old files to electronic records as well as infrastructure for server virtualization and fail-over redundancy, ensuring greater reliability Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Siskiyou Unspecified Innovation INN The purpose of this Health Care Coordination (HCC) project is to increase the quality and continuity of health care services and improve outcomes for adults with a serious mental illness who are at risk for, or have, a chronic health condition. The HCC pr Website

Camy Rightmier (530) 841-4281 crightmier@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Solano Crisis Support Older Adult (FSP) CSS-FSP The Older Adult Full Service Partnership, operated by a community provider, offers adults over age 60, a full spectrum of services through a collaborative relationship between the client and care provider. Utilizing the Assertive Community Treatment Model Website

Chris Kughn, LMFT (Caminar)
707-648-8121
Ckughn@caminar.org
Solano Crisis Support Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) CSS-OESD The Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) will continue to be operated by a community-based organization within a county facility. The CSU opened late in 2012, replacing the Psychiatric Emergency Team. The goal of CSU service is to facilitate rapid resolution o Website


Jolie Gordeon-Brower, MSN, RN-BC, PMH (Exodus Recovery)
559-453-1008
Jbrower@exodusrecovery.com

Kay Kelso, LMFT (County Liaison)
707-784-8128
kkelso@solanocounty.com
Solano Crisis Support Training for Law Enforcement (CIT), CSS Mobile Crisis Response WET A two-day crisis intervention team (CIT) training, conducted by CIBHS, was designed for law enforcement at the request of both Vacaville Police Department and Solano County Sheriff. The training is designed to increase first responders’ knowledge and unde Website

Tracy Lacey, LMFT (County)
707-784-8213
TCLacey@solanocounty.com
Solano Peer/Family Support Specialists Children’s Multi-Disciplinary Intensive Services (FSP) CSS-FSP The Multi-Disciplinary Intensive Services program for children, operated by Solano County Mental Health, provides a continuum of services to children from birth through age 17 and their families. Wraparound services involve the child and family, his or he Website

Debbie Terry- Butler, LMFT (County)
707-784-8472
ddterrybutler@solanocounty.com
Solano Peer/Family Support Specialists Transition Age Youth (FSP) CSS-FSP The Transition-Age Youth (TAY) FSP Program provides intensive community mental health services to youth ages 18-25, and support to high-need and high-risk Severely Emotionally Disturbed (SED) and Severely and Persistently Mentally Ill youth. This program Website

Lindsey Miller, LMFT (Seneca)
707- 429-4440
lindsey_miller@senecacenter.org
Solano Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness & Recovery Unit CSS-OESD In April 2013 SCMH established a Wellness and Recovery Unit to support, educate, and enhance recovery-oriented principles and practices and incorporate them into the existing mental health system of care. This unit now consists of a Mental Health Manager, Website

Chris Kughn, LMFT (Caminar)
707-648-8121
Ckughn@caminar.org

Melanie Cook, LMFT (County Liaison)
707-553-5592
mcook@solanocount
Solano Peer/Family Support Specialists Wellness & Recovery/ Consumer Operated Recovery CSS - OESD Wellness and recovery drop-in centers provide a safe and welcoming place for consumers who have a known mental illness. Staff at the Wellness and Recovery Centers, many of whom have lived experience, apply the principles of recovery to exemplify and promo Website

Susie Frank (Circle of Friends)
707-694-5617
bandsfrank@prodigy.net
Solano Peer/Family Support Specialists Relapse Prevention & Aftercare CSS The Relapse Prevention/Aftercare program will serve adults age 18 to 60 who have suffered an episode of acute mental illness or hospitalization in the past 90 days, or who are considered at great risk for relapse based on recent utilization of crisis serv Website

Benjamin Blake, LMFT (Bay Area Community Services)
510-827-2097
Bblake@bayareacs.org
Solano Peer/Family Support Specialists Family & Peer Support PEI The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Solano provides support and advocacy to individuals with mental illness and their family members. This funding would pay for two or more ongoing NAMI programs to be offered in the Solano community: 

Fami
Website

Dorothy Laney (NAMI Solano)
707-803-1713
teancum@aol.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Children’s Multi-Disciplinary Intensive Services (FSP) CSS-FSP The Multi-Disciplinary Intensive Services program for children, operated by Solano County Mental Health, provides a continuum of services to children from birth through age 17 and their families. Wraparound services involve the child and family, his or he Website

Debbie Terry- Butler, LMFT (County)
707-784-8472
ddterrybutler@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Transition Age Youth (FSP) CSS-FSP The Transition-Age Youth (TAY) FSP Program provides intensive community mental health services to youth ages 18-25, and support to high-need and high-risk Severely Emotionally Disturbed (SED) and Severely and Persistently Mentally Ill youth. This program Website

Lindsey Miller, LMFT (Seneca)
707- 429-4440
lindsey_miller@senecacenter.org
Solano Reducing Disparities Adult Full Service Partnership - Regional Teams CSS-FSP Solano County's Adult Full Service Partnership Regional Team, established in October 2012 is located in Vallejo. The Regional Team serves serious mentally ill adults that have historically been the most difficult to engage in treatment. The team's focus i Website

Rozzana Verder-Aliga, EdD, LMFT (County)
707-553-5824
rnverderaliga@solanocounty.com

Robert Epstein, LMFT (County)
707-553-5470
Repstein@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Adult Full Service Partnership - Regional Teams CSS-FSP Solano County's Adult Full Service Partnership Regional Team, established in October 2012 is located in Vallejo. The Regional Team serves serious mentally ill adults that have historically been the most difficult to engage in treatment. The team's focus i Website

Rozzana Verder-Aliga, EdD, LMFT (County)
707-553-5824
rnverderaliga@solanocounty.com

Robert Epstein, LMFT (County)
707-553-5470
Repstein@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Adult Community Treatment – Forensic Assessment Community Treatment CSS-FSP The Forensic Assessment Community Treatment (FACT) is operated by the Solano County Mental Health Adult Community Treatment Team. This program serves non-violent adults and transition-age youth with serious and persistent mental illness who have been rele Website

Kate Grammy, Psy.D. (County)
707-784-2061
KAGrammy@solanocounty.com

Kay Kelso, LMFT (County)
707-784-8128
Kkelso@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Homeless Mentally Ill (HMI) Services HOME FSP CSS-FSP Caminar’s community-based Homeless Mentally Ill (HMI) Full Service Partnership is an Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model program serving homeless mentally ill consumers in shelter, encampments, or other venues to promote engagement in treatment, lin Website

Chris Kughn, LMFT (Caminar)
707-648-8121
Ckughn@caminar.org
Solano Reducing Disparities Older Adult (FSP) CSS-FSP The Older Adult Full Service Partnership, operated by a community provider, offers adults over age 60, a full spectrum of services through a collaborative relationship between the client and care provider. Utilizing the Assertive Community Treatment Model Website

Chris Kughn, LMFT (Caminar)
707-648-8121
Ckughn@caminar.org
Solano Reducing Disparities Bilingual Services for Children & Youth CSS-OESD Bi-Lingual Services, administered by Solano County Mental Health, will continue to improve mental health access to Latino and monolingual Spanish-speaking children and youth by supporting two bi-lingual mental health clinicians, one each assigned to the F Website

Mara Leon, LCSW (County)
707-784-8469
msleon@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Foster Family Services CSS-OESD The goal of the Foster Child and Family Services program is to allow children in the child welfare system who have mental health issues, to remain in their homes when possible, or to support their success and stability in foster care placement. A joint ve Website

Katherine Kellum, LMFT (County)
707-784-8181
KelluK@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Mental Health Collaborative CSS-OESD The Mental Health Collaborative (MHC) is a coalition of Solano County Mental Health and our community based mental health providers. The Collaborative’ s mission is for mental health providers to work together to eliminate or reduce system barriers to ind Website

Chris Kughn, LMFT (Caminar)
707-648-8121
Ckughn@caminar.org

Tracy Lacey, LMFT (County)
707-784-8213
TCLacey@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities ESL, Spanish, Tagalog Linguistic Development WET Network providers have received training on how to use an interpreter to ensure that providers use interpreters as necessary consistent with standards of practice rather than family members or others to enhance treatment access and improve clinical outcom Website


Tracy Lacey, LMFT (County)
707-784-8213
TCLacey@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Early Childhood Mental Health PEI The Early Childhood program, which will be operated by community-based organizations, will provide home-based or center-based prevention and early intervention services to children ages 0-5 and their families. The program will targets families living in l Website

Ciara Gonsalves
(First 5 Solano)
707-784-1338
CCGonsalves@solanocounty.com

Debbi Davis, R.N.
(Children’s Nurturing Project)
707-422-0464
ddavis@cnpkids.org

Sonya New, LMFT
(Child Haven)
707-425-5744
SNew@child-haven.org

Maria Vicondoa
(EMQ Familie
Solano Reducing Disparities School Age Program PEI This is a collaborative program between two agencies (A Better Way and The Children's Nurturing Project).The School-Age program will serve children and youth in grades K-12. The program may be administered by either a Local Education Agency (LEA) or a com Website

Megan Kressler, Psy.D (A Better Way)
510-825-6591
mkressler@abetterwayinc.net

Debbi Davis, R.N. (CNP)
707-422-0464
Ddavis@cnpkids.org
Solano Reducing Disparities Primary Care Behavioral Health Integration PEI The Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration Prevention & Early Intervention program was designed to increase access to mental health services in local primary care clinics, especially to underserved populations, including Latinos. In fiscal year 2014-2 Website

Tracy Lacey, LMFT (County)
707-784-8213
TCLacey@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Mental Health Stigma & Disparities Reduction PEI Four populations in the Solano County community were identified as underserved or poorly served and/or demonstrated difficulty in accessing services due to language, cultural, or stigma factors:  Latinos, Asian/Pacific Islanders, Lesbian/Gay/ Bisexual/Tra Website

Akon Walker, MPA
707-784-2183
amwalker@solanocounty.com
Solano Reducing Disparities Older Adult PEI The Older Adult program will provide community education on the identification of mental illness in the older adult population and assessment of older adults who may have experienced loss and are exhibiting signs of depression, anxiety, or who live with a Website

Sara Pryor (Area Agency on Aging)
707-644-6612
sarap@aaans.org
Solano Reducing Disparities Mental Health Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Cultural Transformation Model INN Solano County has received approval from the California Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission (MHSOAC) to implement an Innovation Project focused on implementing a systemic approach to increasing cultural competence, aimed specifi Website

Akon Walker, MPA
707-784-2183
amwalker@solanocounty.com
Solano Housing Homeless Mentally Ill (HMI) Services HOME FSP CSS-FSP Caminar’s community-based Homeless Mentally Ill (HMI) Full Service Partnership is an Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model program serving homeless mentally ill consumers in shelter, encampments, or other venues to promote engagement in treatment, lin Website

Chris Kughn, LMFT (Caminar)
707-648-8121
Ckughn@caminar.org
Solano Housing Supported Housing CSS-OESD Permanent, safe, and affordable housing is critical to recovery from mental health conditions. The Supported Housing Program will be administered by a community-based organization and will assist individuals who have been diagnosed with mental illness and Website

Traine Chisom (Caminar)
707-425-7036
tranineC@Caminar.org
Solano Housing Housing CFTN The MHSA housing program provides long-term, low interest loans administered by the California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA) to developers who create permanent supported housing. The housing will continue to serve adults who are seriously mentally ill, Website

Tracy Lacey, LMFT (County)
707-784-8213
TCLacey@solanocounty.com
Solano SB82 Funded Crisis Residential Treatment Services SB 82 Program will initially provide 10 beds and then build up to a total of 16 beds for clients needing just psychiatric services only, as well as both psychiatric and substance abuse, services. Provider will operate from a Wellness and Recovery framework, ens Website

Benjamin Blake, LMFT (Bay Area Community Services)
510-827-2097
Bblake@bayareacs.org
Solano Unspecified Cooperative Employment Program CSS-OESD Solano County Mental Health and the Greater East Bay District of the Department of Rehabilitation combine staff and resources to provide employment services to individuals with severe and persistent psychiatric disabilities. The goal of this cooperative p Website

Maxine Younger (Dpt. of Rehabilitation)
925-602-3991
maxine.younger@dor.ca.gov
Solano Unspecified Improve Mental Health Workforce Clinical and Administrative Competence WET The overall goal of the training plan is to increase overall and specific workforce competencies in staff throughout the public mental health workforce by developing trainings that will strengthen and expand the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary Website

Tracy Lacey, LMFT (County)
707-784-8213
TCLacey@solanocounty.com
Solano Unspecified Mental Health Loan Assumption Program (MHLAP WET In 2012-13, Solano County contracted with the CIBHS to participate in the statewide loan assumption program. The program repays mental health professionals a portion of the costs of educational loans through an innovative partnership between Solano County Website

Khani Gustasfon (CIBHS)
916-556-3480
kgustafson@cibhs.org
Solano Unspecified Early Intervention in Psychosis/
Transition-Age Youth
PEI The Transition-Age Youth (TAY) Program provides services to youth ages 12-25, who are either exhibiting early signs of psychosis or have had a first episode of psychosis and are developing a major mental illness. The program is provided in collaboration w Website

Julie Falicki, LMFT (Aldea, Inc.)
707-425-9670
jfalicki@aldeainc.org
Solano Unspecified Technology Needs CFTN Solano County is in the process of implementing the MYAvatar Electronic Health Record (EHR) system provided by Netsmart Technologies.
Phase One of MYAvatar went live on July 1, 2013, and included: Practice Management (admissions, diagnosis, discharge reco
Website

Tracy Lacey, LMFT (County)
707-784-8213
TCLacey@solanocounty.com
Sonoma Crisis Support Mobile Support Team INN-SB 82 Integrates consumers and family members into a county-wide response team, and retrains mental health staff to work effectively alongside consumers and family members. Adapts crisis response team models that rely solely on the involvement of licensed clini Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Crisis Support Urgent Care Center SB 82
When fully implemented, the CSU expansion will increase the unit’s capacity from 12 treatment slots to 30 (an increase of 18 beds), and also expand the Urgent Care respite capacity for those consumers who are in crisis but do not need hospitalization or
Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Crisis Support CAPE Team PEI-SB 82 Crisis Assessment, Prevention and Education (CAPE) Team- Expansion of Services-Meet with students screened and referred by school/site staff
Complete a crisis assessment of needs
Evaluate for involuntary treatment, place on hold if indicated
Refer individ
Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Crisis Support Crisis Residential Unit SB 82 The development of the expanded Crisis Residential Treatment program funded by SB 82 grant dollars will operate on a 24/7/365 basis. The target population to be served will be adults 18 years and older who are experiencing a mental health crisis and have Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Crisis Support North Bay Suicide Prevention Hotline of Sonoma County PEI The North Bay Suicide Prevention Hotline of Sonoma County provides 24/4 Suicide Prevention and Crisis Hotline counseling. FSA of Marin’s highly trained and supervised volunteers continue to offer crisis prevention and intervention to people in distress an Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Peer/Family Support Specialists Goodwill Industries of the Redwood Empire Wellness and Advocacy Center CSS-OESD The Wellness and Advocacy Center is a consumer-operated self-help program that provides mental health consumers with the opportunity to participate with their peers in a variety of activities that assist in personal and social enrichment. Ongoing activiti Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Peer/Family Support Specialists Peer Warmline of Sonoma County PEI The Warmline program is a peer-run program or service that is administratively controlled and operated by the mental health consumers and emphasizes self-help as its operational approach. The focus of a Warmline program is to provide a telephone connectio Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Peer/Family Support Specialists Goodwill Industries of the Redwood Empire - Interlink Self Help Center CSS-OESD Interlink Self-Help Center (Interlink), a consumer operated self-help center, provides many groups, one-to-one support, Peer Support Training, and information and referral to other agencies and resources, within a safe environment, for people to explore Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Peer/Family Support Specialists Community and Family Service Agency-Russian River Empowerment Center CSS-OESD The Russian River Empowerment Center (The Empowerment Center) is a consumer-driven mental health and wellness drop-in center that provides a safe and supportive haven for those who want to transcend serious and persistent mental illness. With peer support Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Peer/Family Support Specialists NAMI Sonoma County CSS-OESD NAMI provides Family Based Advocacy and Support Services to families and caregivers of experiencing first onset of a serious psychiatric illness as a partner with Sonoma County Mental Health Division. Services included: warm-line calls, support groups (fo Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Peer/Family Support Specialists Buckelew Programs, Inc. Family Services Coordinator CSS-OESD Provides a family services coordinator to assist families throughout Sonoma County with navigation of all mental health programs, including public and private insurance, the court process, etc. Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Reducing Disparities Community Intervention Program CSS Provides services to community members who are traditionally underserved or unserved by mental health services. These communities include communities of color, LGBTQQI communities, homeless people, people with substance abuse issues, people experience rec Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Reducing Disparities Services to populations who experience disparity in access- LGBTQQI community: Positive Images PEI Positive Images (PI) is a community-based non-profit and is the only agency in Sonoma County serving the unique needs of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Gender-Queer, Questioning, and Intersex (GLBTQQI) youth ages 12 to 25. Positive Images pro Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Reducing Disparities Services to populations who experience disparity in access: Geographic Isolation- Alexander Valley Health Center PEI Alexander Valley Health Center administers Pediatric Symptoms Checklist to All children and youth ages 5 to 19. The Pediatric Symptom Checklist (PSC) is a psychosocial screen designed to facilitate the recognition of cognitive, emotional, and behavioral p Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Reducing Disparities Services to populations who experience disparity in access- African Americans: Community Baptist Church (CBC) PEI Community Baptist Church provides prevention and early intervention programming and services to children, youth, and their families. These services build protective factors in children, youth, and their families, and other adults that promote health behav Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Reducing Disparities Services to populations who experience disparity in access- Latinos: Latino Service Providers Sonoma County (LSP-SC) PEI Latino Service Providers - Sonoma County (LSP-SC), supported by West County Community Services, serves to and strengthen Hispanic families and children by building healthy communities and reducing disparities in Sonoma County by offering a variety of mec Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Reducing Disparities Services to populations who experience disparity in access: Native Americans: Sonoma County Indian Health Project, (SCIHP) Inc. PEI Provides services to Native American tribes of Northern California, Pomo, Miwok, Wappo and other tribe members from other nations who reside in Sonoma County. Addresses obstacles to Native Americans seeking mental health services through education and out Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Reducing Disparities Services to populations who experience disparity in access: Geographic Isolation- Action Network PEI Action Network - Enhanced mental health services to Sonoma County residents of the Redwood Coast. The Redwood Coast is a bi-county region of Northern California coastal and ridded communities spanning Sonoma 'and Mendocino Counties, From Fort Ross to E Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Reducing Disparities Services to Older Adults: Older Adult Collaborative PEI Older Adult Collaborative (OAC) is a five agency project lead by Sonoma County Human Services Department – Adult and Aging Division. The OAC provides services to reduce depression and suicide among older adults countywide. This is accomplished through out Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Reducing Disparities Services Targeting Transient Age Youth at Risk of Experiencing First on set of Mental Illness PEI Crisis Assessment, Prevention, and Education Team (CAPE Team) is a prevention and early intervention strategy specifically designed to intervene with transition age youth ages 16 to 25, who are at risk of, or are experiencing, first onset of serious psych Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Housing Vida Nueva Housing Vida Nueva in Rohnert Park – six permanent supportive housing units dedicated to mental health clients (4 singles and 2 family units). Service partners include St. Joseph’s Health Care Systems and COTS Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Housing Windsor Redwoods Housing Windsor Redwoods in Windsor - eight permanent supportive housing units dedicated to mental health clients (6 singles and 2 family units). Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Housing Fife Creek Commons Housing Fife Creek Commons in Guerneville - eight permanent supportive housing units dedicated to mental health clients (7 singles and 1 family unit). Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Housing McMinn Avenue Housing McMinn Avenue in Santa Rosa – provides shared permanent supportive housing in a four unit complex. Each unit has two private rooms and a secured bathroom. Service partner is Telecare ACT – Sonoma County. Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma SB82 Funded Mobile Support Team INN-SB 82 Integrates consumers and family members into a county-wide response team, and retrains mental health staff to work effectively alongside consumers and family members. Adapts crisis response team models that rely solely on the involvement of licensed clini Website

Sara Pryor (Area Agency on Aging)
707-644-6612
sarap@aaans.org
Sonoma SB82 Funded Urgent Care Center SB 82 When fully implemented, the CSU expansion will increase the unit’s capacity from 12 treatment slots to 30 (an increase of 18 beds), and also expand the Urgent Care respite capacity for those consumers who are in crisis but do not need hospitalization or a Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma SB82 Funded CAPE Team PEI-SB 82 Crisis Assessment, Prevention and Education (CAPE) Team- Expansion of Services-Meet with students screened and referred by school/site staff
Complete a crisis assessment of needs
Evaluate for involuntary treatment, place on hold if indicated
Refer individ
Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma SB82 Funded Crisis Residential Unit SB 82 The development of the expanded Crisis Residential Treatment program funded by SB 82 grant dollars will operate on a 24/7/365 basis. The target population to be served will be adults 18 years and older who are experiencing a mental health crisis and have Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Unspecified Transitional Age Youth Team CSS-FSP Provides intensive wraparound services to youth ages 18-25 and their families, in partnership with Buckelew Programs, Inc. and Social Advocates for Youth- Tamayo House Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Unspecified Forensic Assertive Community Treatment Team (FACT) CSS-FSP Provides intensive mental health services to mentally ill offenders through a mental health court in partnership with Buckelew Program, Inc. Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Unspecified Older Adult Intensive Team CSS-FSP Provides intensive mental health services to serious mentally ill seniors at risk for out-of home placement in partnership with Family Services Agency. Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Unspecified Integrated Recovery Team CSS-FSP Provides intensive services and support to adults with serious and persistent mental illness and substance use disorders in partnership with Buckelew Program, Inc. Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Unspecified Family Advocacy Stabilization and Support Team (FASST) CSS-FSP Provides wrap around services to children ages 5-12 providing family-centered treatment in partnership Sunny Hills Children's Services. Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Unspecified Older Adult Peer Support CSS-FSP (contractor) West County Community Services, Jewish Family and Children’s Services and Council on Aging provide Peer Support Services to Sonoma County’s older adult community. These three organization recruits, hires, trains, supervises, and supports senior peer coun Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Unspecified Services to Children ages Birth to 5 years PEI A collaborative effort supported by First 5 Sonoma County to support a continuum of care for children ages birth to 5 years and their families by providing navigation services, screening and a variety of evidence based assessments, Triple P – Positive Par Website

Amy Faulstich (707) 565-4823 Amy.Faulstich@Sonoma-County.org
Sonoma Unspecified School Based Services to Youth Ages 5-18: Project SUCCESS PLUS (+) PEI MHSA funds build upon a county-wide Student Assistance Program to add prevention and early intervention system of care for adolescents at 17 high schools in Sonoma County, Project SUCCESS Plus (+). Project SUCCESS + is in six school districts (Petaluma, C Website

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