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TURNING POINT C.P. SACRAMENTO COUNTY DIRECTORY OF MENTAL HEALTH
VISIONS UNLIMITED INC. SERVICES (FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010)
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
CHILD AND FAMILY INTEGRATED SYSTEM OF ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES SERVICE
MORE PROVIDERS
CARE Directory of Mental Health Services DIRECTORY Fiscal Year 2009-2010
WELLNESS RECOVERY CENTE Fiscal Year 2009-2010

EL HOGAR MENTAL HEALTH
>>> Adult Access Team
>>> Child and Family Access Team Monday-Friday 8:00 AM-5:00 (916) 875-1055 or (888) 881-
MENTAL HEALTH CARE 3331 Power Inn Road, Suite 170 Sacto, Ca. 95826 4881 Fax: (916) 875-1190

ALTA REGIONAL Monday - Friday (8:00am - 5:00pm) Phone:(916) Interpreter services available: Triage, assessment, linkage
875-9980 TTY/TDD: (916) 876-8892 Fax: (916) 875- and referral service for adult outpatient mental health
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA services. Eligibility: Adults requesting mental health
9970. 24-hour Automated Information Line: 1-888-
2008 - 2009 PROVIDER LIST 881-4881 Interpreter services available. services.

CHILDREN MENTAL HEALTH Triage, assessment, linkage and referral service for all child Southeast Asian Assistance Center (SAAC)
and family mental health services, excluding crisis 5625 24th Street acramento, CA 95822
VA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Call: (916) 421-1036. Adults participating in county or
and Children and youth in need of mental health services
Interpreter services available. psychiatric inpatient facilities contract mental health services needing interpretation.
TRANSITIONAL LIVING (TLCS) Cultural interpretation services for immigrant and refugee
and residential placement
LANGUAGE CULTURAL SERVICE group (Cantonese, Hmong, Russian, Vietnamese) and
Latinos.
CPS MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
UCD CLINICAL TRAINING SITES
EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
ACT HOME PROVIDERS •
CPS: Medi-Cal/EPSDT ( Child/Family,
California Department of Rehabilitation
SACRAMENTO NON-PROFIT JOBS Institute• Children’s Receiving Home Assessment 721 Capitol Mall Sacramento, CA 95814
Cottage, • Children’s Receiving Home Outpatient • Cross
CAREER CENTERS Call: (916) 558-5300 Adults with psychiatric disabilities
seeking meaningful employment.
EMPLOYMENT: MENTAL HEALTH Creek, • EMQ Families First, •River Oak, • Sacramento Provides assistance in acquiring rehabilitative services from
the Department of Rehabilitation.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Children’s Home, •Terkensha, •Terra Nova, • The Effort,

Transportation Services •Turning Point, •UCD CPS Outpatient, • UCD PCIT FORENSIC SERVICES
Employment Services Jail Psychiatric Services – UCD
Mental health counseling services and support, which can
include services for neglect, physical and sexual abuse, to Sacramento County Main Jail
DISABILITY BENEFITS
DISABILITY BENEFITS include services for neglect, physical and sexual abuse, to
EPSDT eligible children and youth referred to counseling by 651 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE Child Protective Services (CPS). Medi-Cal eligible children Assessment, diagnosis, brief counseling, suicide
who are part of the CPS system and in need of mental prevention, stabilization, crisis intervention, medication,pre-
PAYEE SERVICES health services. CPS social workers, foster family agency release planning, and community referral.
social workers, foster parents and Donner staff refers to
DEPART OF HUMAN ASSISTANC Rio Consumnes Correctional Center
Access.
Financial Assistances 12500 Bruceville Road
Elk Grove, CA 95757
DRA MEETINGS JUVENILE JUSTICE COLLABORATIVES AND SERVICES Services include an acute Inpatient Unit 18-bed for intensive
treatment.
PEER SUPPORT/SOCIALIZATION Day Reporting Center
INTENSIVE SERVICES Mental health services provided in research oriented day HOMELESS & HOUSING SERVICES
treatment and reporting program.Children and youth in need
PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY SER of mental health services who are referred by the court to El Hogar Guest House Clinic
the Day Reporting Center. Probation Officers make 1400 North A Street, Bldg. A
CPS MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE recommendation to Juvenile Court. Sacramento, CA 95811
JUVENILE JUSTICE Appointments & walk-ins, Walk-ins should arrive by 8:00
Juvenile Drug Court: Another Choice Another Chance a.m.Call: (916) 4401500 ext. 3
EARLY CHILDHOOD (ACAC) Target population criteria Homeless. Triage, assessment,
medication and rehabilitation services and referrals. Service
ARRAY OF MENTAL HEALTH Mental health services provided to youth directed by the entry point for mental health services for homeless
Juvenile Court into this education and substance abuse population. Refers to TLCS New Direction and TP Pathways
DAY TREATMENT treatment program provided in collaboration with when indicated.
ACCESS SERVICES Sacramento County Office Of Education. Youth ordered by
the Juvenile Drug Court.Probation Officers make TLCS – New Direction
CA MENTAL HEALTH AGENCIES recommendation to the Juvenile Court. 1400 North A Street, Bldg. A
Sacramento, CA 95811
MENTAL HEALTH BOARD Call Access Team (916) 875-1055
Sacramento Assessment Center Quality Group Home Referral sources: MHTC, IPT, Jail Psychiatric Services,
Provides care and comprehensive assessment of juvenile Guest House. Target population criteria Homeless or risk of
wards to determine the most appropriate placement for homeless adults LOCUS required. Intensive, full service,
each minor. Youth who have been remanded to the integrated mental health and medication services for adults
Sacramento Assessment Center. Referral by Department of who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Probation to the Access Team.

TLCS- Residential Housing
Family Child Community Treatment Program (FCCTP) 1400 North A Street, Bldg. A
Quality Group Home Sacramento, CA 95811

Enhanced mental health outpatient services and Referral and intake through EH. Guest Housem Call: (916)
interagency service coordination. Services provided at 440-1500. Referral sources: MHTC, Jail Psychiatric
schools, in homes, and the community.Probation youth Services, Guest House and TLCS
with a serious emotional disturbance who are placed Target population criteria
locally, or at risk for out-of-home placement. Referral from
Probation to Access Team. • Carol’s Place - Homelessness.

Juvenile Justice Institutionn • Palmer Apartments -Homelessness (HUD homeless
definition) • Cooperative Homes-Must possess some
• Catholic Healthcare West-Juvenile Justice Institution independent living skills, provide for self-care, and prepare
• Mental Health Team simple meals.

(CHW - JJIMHT) Mental health services to children and T Street Coop - Homelessness or risk of becoming
youth in Juvenile Justice Institutions. Youth residing in: homeless HIV+/AIDS diagnosis
Juvenile Hall, Sacramento County Boy’s Ranch, Warren E.
Thornton Youth Center.Direct referral by the youth or staff to Carol’s Place - 30-120 day brief transitional housing
the JJI Mental Health Team. program.

Community Connections Palmer Apartments - 12-month transitional housing program
• Catholic Healthcare West (CHW) Clinic South focusing on goals to end cycle of homelessness, including
Mental health services to children and youth following addiction and barriers to successful community integration.
discharge from Probation’s Assessment Center, WET Cooperative Homes permanent, cooperative residential
housing programs. Residents live cooperatively to reduce
discharge from Probation’s Assessment Center, WET
Youth Center, or Boy’s Ranch. Children, youth and families housing programs. Residents live cooperatively to reduce
needing mental health services. Juvenile Probation refers the stresses and expenses of independent living. One site
directly to the Community Connections staff, which provides housing for adult clients with families.
completes the Access Team referral.
Turning Point Pathways
601 W. North Market Street Sacramento, CA 95834. Call
Multi-Systemic Therapy Access Team Referral sources: MHTC, IPT, Jail Psychiatric
Services, Guest House Homelessness and meets target
• River Oak population criteria for: transition age youth (TAY 18- 25
Comprehensive assessment and multi- systemic therapy for years, younger if emancipated), Adults (25-60 years) Older
probation youth meeting grant criteria. Probation refers Adults (60+ years) LOCUS required (Adults) Also serves
youth meeting MIOCR eligibility with Medi- Cal. Probation Seriously emotionally disturbed (SED) children and their
initiates all referrals. families/caregivers. Intensive, full service, integrated mental
health and medication services, permanent supported
EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES housing and employment services. 24/7 response. Focus
on what-ever-it-takes, housing first model.
Preschool Outpatient Services
• River Oak – North OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES –
• River Oak – South Mental health services provided to EXPANDED TARGET POPULATION
children in the Head Start Preschool program. Children 3-5
years unsuccessful in mainstream preschool due to Cal WORKs Clinical Team
behavioral challenges. Referral sent to the Access Team by Administrative Offices Only
Head Start Preschool. 7001-A East Parkway, Suite 300
Sacramento, CA 95823

Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Services Various DHA Locations Call:(916) 874-2986
• UCD Structured behavioral and communication skill Monday-Friday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM. Interpreter services
available or Contact your Human Services Specialist (HHS)
training for parents and caregivers as they interact with their
for a referral.Adults receiving Cal WORKs services.
children. Children age two through seven years old. Referral
Individual or group counseling services designed to address
from CPS social worker to the Access Team.
mental health and/or alcohol/drug use issues that are a
barrier to obtaining or maintaining employment.
Building Blocks Intensive
• River Oak Intensive assessment/diagnostic and treatment
services for children who exhibit severe mental health Catholic Social Services (CSS) –New Pathways
concerns.Children age two up to age six who need more 5890 Newman Court. Sacramento, CA 95819.
than an outpatient program can provide. Referral to the
Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, agency or Call Access Team Expanded target (916) 875-1055
community member. population criteria Brief focused counseling – up to 10
sessions
Building Blocks Foster Support
• River Oak Foster support services to young children in a The Effort
8233 E. Stockton Blvd., Bldg. D
therapeutic foster care home. Children age two up to age
Sacramento, CA 95828
six that are at risk of losing their foster placement. Referral
6015 Watt Avenue, #2 No. Highlands, CA 95660. Call
to the Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, agency
Access Team (916) 875-1055. Expanded target population
or community member. or Children’s Receiving Home.
criteria Brief focused counseling – up to 10 sessions
Infant Mental Health Program
OUTPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES – TARGET
• UCD Mental health services provided to infants and POPULATION
toddlers with their caregivers. Services are primarily home
based. Clinicians sited at eight Birth & Beyond Family Adult Psychiatric Support Service (APSS) Clinic
Resource Centers.Infants and Toddlers up to age three. 4875 Broadway, Suite 180 Sacramento, CA 95820. (916)
Referral to the Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, 875-0599. Call Access Team Target population (916) 875-
agency or community member. 1055 criteria Medically indigent adults unlinked to mental
health specialty services Psychiatric medication evaluation
ARRAY OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES and management, group counseling, and brief focused
counseling. Coordinated referral to ongoing mental health
Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services (CAPS) specialty services for qualified beneficiaries when indicated.
Clinic Psychiatric assessment, medication Children/youth
Clinic Psychiatric assessment, medication Children/youth
served by county operated program and select contracted APCC Transcultural Wellness Center (TWC)
organizational providers. support, psychological testing and 7273 14th Avenue, Suite 120-B Sacramento, CA 95820 Call
mental health services. Referral by the Access Team by Adult
county operated program or select contracted
organizational provider. Access Target population (916) 875-1055 criteria; priority
populations include Asian Pacific Islanders. Intensive, full
Children’s Case Management Services service, integrated mental health and medication services
(CCMS) Assessment, case management and outpatient primarily for Asian Pacific Islanders, including community
monitoring for 3632 eligible clients.Students who need outreach and education. 24/7 response.
assessment for 3632 services and 3632 eligible
children/youth.School Special Education staff and IEP APSS Aftercare Clinic
teams. 2130 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95817
(916) 875-0701 Referral upon discharge from MHTC Crisis
Homeless Program or Inpatient Units only. (MHTC presumptive
determination) Target population criteria Medi-Cal Eligible
• Child and Family Institute Brief mental health services at adults unlinked to mental health specialty services
homeless facilities including South Area Emergency Psychiatric medication evaluation and management, group
Housing Center and Mustard Seed School. Medi-Cal eligible counseling, and brief focused counseling. Coordinated
homeless children, youth and their families. Referral made referral to ongoing mental health specialty services for
by CFI only. qualified beneficiaries.

Mental Health and Alcohol or Drug Disorder
CSH Wellness & Recovery Center
Specialization
North Area: Center Services: Center Services: Center
• Another Choice, Another Chance Services:

• Sacramento Black Alcoholism Center Outpatient 


North (916) 485-4175 or walk-in.
South (916) 394-9195
counseling (individual, family and group), rehabilitation and
medication services for youth who have a co-occurring MedicationServices: Only per County resident Medication
mental health and alcohol or other drug Services: Educational, skill building, peer support, and
diagnosis.Individuals with a co-occurring mental health and vocational. Medication Services: 3815 Marconi Avenue,
alcohol or drug diagnosis. Referral to the Access Team by a Suite 1 Sacramento, CA 95821.
parent, caregiver, school, agency or community member. Medication management and support. Access Team
authorization. Target population criteria 7000 Franklin Blvd.,
Outpatient Services Suite 110 Sacramento, CA 95823

El Hogar Regional Support Team (RST)
• Another Choice Another 608 10th Street. Sacramento, CA 95814 Call Adult Access
Chance (ACAC), •Catholic Healthcare West (CHW),
Target (916) 875-1055 population criteria Comprehensive
mental health and medication services for adults who live in
• Cross Creek Family Counseling,• EMQ the downtown Sacramento catchment area.

Families First, • La Familia, • River Oak,

• Sacramento Black Alcoholism, Center (SBAC), El Hogar Sierra Elder Wellness Program
9261 Folsom Blvd., Suite 500 Sacramento, CA 95826 Call
• Sacramento Children’s Home, • Sacramento Access Team (916) 875-1055 Age 55+ years Target
population criteria MediCal, MediCalMedicare Intensive, full
County Outpatient Services, • San Juan Unified service, integrated mental health and medication services
School District, • Sutter Counseling Center, for older adults including complex mental health or co-
occurring, physical health, and housing needs. 24/7
• Terkensha, • Terra Nova, • The Effort, •Turning response.

Point, • UCD, • Visions Unlimited
Human Resource Consultants (HRC) Regional Support
Team (RST)
2220-B Watt Avenue Sacramento CA 95825
Call Access Team (916) 875-1055. Target population criteria
Outpatient counseling (individual, family, and group), Comprehensive mental health and medication services for
rehabilitation and medication services, which may include adults who live in the eastern county catchment area.
services for neglect, physical or sexual abuse. Some
services provided at homes, at school sites, and in the
community. Children, youth and their families, needing HRC Transitional Community Options For Recovery
mental health services.Referral to the Access Team by a And Engagement (TCORE)
mental health services.Referral to the Access Team by a And Engagement (TCORE)
parent, caregiver, school, agency or community member. 3077 Fite Circle,Suite 6 Sacramento, CA 95827 Call
Access Team (916) 875-1055. Target population criteria
Psychological Testing Comprehensive mental health and medication services for
• River Oak adults.
• Sacramento County CAPS
• UCD Northgate Point Regional Support Team (RST)
Psychological testing as clinically Children and youth 601 W. North Market Blvd., Suite 100
referred by their primary provider for clients with complex Sacramento, CA 95834 Call Access Team (916) 875-1055.
and challenging clinical presentations. Referral submitted to Target population criteria Comprehensive mental health and
Access by current service provider. medication services for adults who live in the northern
county catchment area.
Transition Age Services Comprehensive counseling
and Visions Regional Support Team (RST)
• Sacramento Children’s Home rehabilitation services to 7000 Franklin Blvd., #200
assist with the transition to adulthood and independent Sacramento, CA 95823
living. Youth ages 14-21 needing mental health services and
assistance to transition in transitioning to adulthood.Referral Call Access Team (916) 875-1055. Target population criteria
to the Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, agency Comprehensive mental health and medication services for
or community member. adults who live in the southern county catchment area.

Visions Unlimited, Inc. Galt – Regional Support Team
INTENSIVE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (RST)
425 Pine Street, Suite 2 Galt, CA 95632
Wraparound Services Call Access Team (916) 875-1055. Target population criteria
• EMQ Families First Comprehensive mental health services and medication
services for adults who live in the Galt area.
• River Oak
• Sacramento Children’s Home Turning Point Integrated Services Agency (ISA)
• Stanford Home, Intensive in-home, flexible services 4600 47th Street, Ste. 111
Sacramento, CA 95824
provided to children, youth and family to maintain child in
Call Intensive Placement Team: (916) 876-7107 Target
least restrictive environment. Children and youth with
population criteria, currently hospitalized or in secure
serious emotional disturbance, who are 3632, AAP, CPS
setting 24/7 integrated services. Intensive, full array of
dependents and Probation wards and in a RCL 10-14
mental health, social rehabilitation, and medication support
setting. Referral by CCMS/3632 program, AAP, CPS or
services.
Probation
ADVOCACY SERVICES CSH Office of Patients’ Rights
Transcultural Wellness Center (TWC)
3815 Marconi Avenue, Suite 1
• Asian Pacific Community Sacramento, CA 95821
Counseling, Inc.Full Service Partnership program providing a Call: (916) 485-4175 Target population criteria Rights
full range of services to include mental health & co- advocacy, complaint review, and representation in
occurring treatment, medication supports, traditional healing involuntary hospitalization hearings.
practices, education & employment & housing supports,
focusing on the needs of unserved and underserved Asian Mental Health America of Northern California
Pacific Islander individuals and families. Services are 9719 Lincoln Vilage Drive, #503 Sacramento, CA 95827.
provided at the TWC site, in the community, at school Call: (916) 3664600 Open to individuals seeking resources,
sites, at homes. Children and Transition Age Youth (TAY) information or education about mental health
(16-17) who meet SED criteria.Medi-Cal eligible TAY (18-21) issues. Advocacy, education, support groups, referral and
who meet SED criteria. Referrals made by a parent, outreach.
caregiver, school, agency or community member will be
screened by TWC to determine eligibility requirements are
met.TWC will submit a Services Request Form to Adult or Senior Peer Counseling
Child Access Team for treatment authorization. Call: (916) Call: (916) 855-5444 Age 60+ years. Individuals who live
383-6783 Fax: (916) 383-8488 alone, Senior visitation and telephone reassurance program.
9719 Lincoln Vilage Drive, #503 Sacramento, CA 95827
Fax: (916) 855-5448 are homebound, and isolated.
Turning Point Pathways
Comprehensive, integrated mental health and permanent
supported housing & employment services. Focus on what-
ever-it-takes; 24/7 response. Housing first model. Seriously
ever-it-takes; 24/7 response. Housing first model. Seriously
emotionally disturbed (SED) children and their
families/caregivers.

Transition Age Youth (TAY) 18- 25 or younger, if
emancipated.Adults and older adults. No parolees. Target
Population for TAY and Adults. Referrals made by a
parent,caregiver, school, agency or community member will
be screened by Pathways to determine eligibility
requirements are met. Pathways will submit a Services
Request Form to Adult or Child Access Team for treatment
authorization.Call: (916) 283 8280 Fax: (916) 283 8259

FOCUS
•EMQ Families First
•River Oak
• Stanford Home
• Turning Point. Intensive mental health services and
interagency service coordination.Services provided at
schools, in homes, and the community. Children and youth
with serious emotional disturbance and multi-agency
involvement, who are at risk for hospitalization or out of
home placement. Referral to the Access Team by a parent,
caregiver, school, agency or community member.

Residential Intensive Outpatient
• Sacramento Children’s
Home Structured out of home placement with intensive
mental health services.Children who are eligible for AB 3632
services, or who are court wards or dependents, who require
intensive mental health services. Referral from group home
to Access Team.

Therapeutic Behavioral Services
• Edgewood, S.F.
• EMQ Families First
• River Oak
• Stanford Home
• Turning Point. A supplemental short-term service that
provides one to one support for children and youth with
serious emotional problems that are experiencing a
stressful transition or life crisis. Medi-Cal eligible youth
under 21 meeting the TBS class and all other TBS criteria.
Referral by MHP Primary Mental Health Provider to the
Access Team.

DAY TREATMENT AND DAY
REHABILITATION SERVICES

RCL 12 Group Homes
• Martin’s Achievement Center
• Paradise Youth Services
• Sacramento Children’s Home
• Trinity Youth Services. Mental health services including
medication support for children in structured out of home
placement.Children who are eligible for AB 3632 or are court
wards or dependents that require more structure than foster
wards or dependents that require more structure than foster
care. Referral to the Access Team by the group home
provider.

RCL 14 Group Homes
• Charis – Grass Valley
• Edgewood, S.F.
• EMQ Families First – Davis
• Milhous – Various locations
• Summitview- Placerville
• Victor – Various locations. Structured out of home
placement with mental health day treatment and outpatient
services.Children who are eligible for AB 3632 services, or
are court wards or dependants, who require more structure
than a therapeutic foster family. Referral to the Access
Team by the group home provider

 Catholic Social Service of Sacramento, 5890 Newman Court (916-452-7481)
 The Effort Mental Health Counseling, 8233 E. Stockton Blvd.(916-368-3080)
 Mercy Medical Group Behavioral Health, 1792 Tribute Road (916-924-6400)
 South Sacramento Counseling Center, 7486 Center Parkway (916-421-6500)
 Sac State Psychological Services Center, 6000 J St. (916-278-6887)
 CROSS CREEK FAMILY COUNSELING. 8421 Auburn Blvd, Bdg 3 Citrus Heights. CA 956 10. ph (916) 722-6100

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If you, or someone you know, experiencing disrupting symptoms of mental health, please call Adult Access
Team: (916) 875-1055 TTY/TDD: (916) 874-8070 Children's Access Team: (916) 875-9980 TTY/TDD: (916) 876-
8892. EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 24 HOURS Call 875-1000/CA Rely Service: 711, URGENT PSYCHIATRIC
SERVICES (916) 732 3637 or go directly to the Sacto County Mental Health Treatment Center 2150 Stockton Blvd