serves older adults (60+) with serious
psychiatric disabilities who may be physically or geographically isolated and are residents of Sutter
or Yuba Counties. BEST
works in collaboration
with individuals, their families, social service
agencies, public health, the medical community, senior centers, law enforcement, and senior housing
agencies. For additional information please call (530) 822-7513 ext. 2174.
Support for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults with serious
psychiatric disabilities who need assistance linking and connecting with necessary
resources and services and who require follow up care. For further information
please call (530) 822-7200.
Acute psychiatric inpatient care for those 18 years of age and older. Children
and adolescents are assessed in Psychiatric Emergency Services and referred to psychiatric
facilities in other areas. For additional information please call (530) 822-7200. To contact
patients call (530) 822-7204.
is the local chapter of
Mental Health America. MHAYS' mission is "Promoting the wellness and recovery of
individuals with mental health and substance abuse conditions through prevention, advocacy,
education, employment, and service." Board meetings are held monthly on the fourth
Monday of every month at 12:00 in the Mental Health building located at 1965 Live Oak Blvd,
Yuba City, CA, 95991. The public is welcome to attend. For information please call (530) 822-7178.
Specialty mental health services for children, adolescents, adults and older adults with
serious psychiatric disabilities. Services available include triage, assessment, and intake
evaluation, individual and/or group therapy, family therapy, parenting information/education,
community support services, Full Service Partnership Program for all ages, Wellness &
Recovery Center, Work Activity Center, psychiatry and medication support. For more information
please call (530) 822-7200.
Patients, family members, and friends of patients have an Advocate available to
answer questions and respond to patient grievances. For further information,
please call (530) 632-3202.
Provides 24/7 evaluation and assistance to individuals experiencing: severe emotional
distress and/or acute problems related to psychiatric disabilities. Call (530) 673-8255,
1-(888) 923-3800, or drop in at 1965 live Oak Blvd, Yuba City, CA.
The Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health Advisory Board is an advisory board comprised of mental
health and substance abuse consumers, their families, and interested parties from the
community. The Board meets monthly on the first Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at 1965 Live Oak
Boulevard, Yuba City, CA. The public is welcome to attend.
The Open Door provides services for persons with severe psychiatric disabilities
who are homeless and who may also need assistance connecting with necessary resources
and services. Services are provided by contract with a local community-based
organization. For additional information please call (530) 743-7313.
The TAY program serves young people aged 16-25, who have severe mental health illnesses or
emotional disturbances and are at risk for homelessness. Particular focus is placed on the
installation of hope, wellness, recovery and resiliency. For additional information please call
CSOC serves children aged 0-15, who have severe mental health illness or emotional disturbances and are
at risk for out of home placement. Programs included in CSOC are 0-5, Katie A, and WRAP. Services are
delivered in the home, community, schools, or in the office by a team of professional and paraprofessional
staff. For additional information please call (530) 822-7478.
Recovery-oriented support and activities for adults with serious psychiatric disabilities. Areas
of support include group therapy, social and recreational activities, independent living skills training,
symptom management and medication education, recovering from co-occurring mental health and addiction
issues, improving quality of life, reaching educational goals, obtaining employment, living a healthy
lifestyle, building support networks, community reintegration, and accomplishing personal
goals. For more information please call (530) 822-7200.
The Work Activity Center provides classes and activities for adults with serious
psychiatric disabilities. Co-sponsored by Sutter County Superintendent of Schools
Adult Education, this program offers classes in basic academic, prevocational and
independent living skills, in addition to creative expression, recreational, and
socialization activities. For additional information please call (530) 822-7200.