CHILD AND FAMILY INTEGRATED SYSTEM OF CARE Directory of Mental Health Services Fiscal Year 2009-2010
>>> Child and Family Access Team
3331 Power Inn Road, Suite 170 Sacto, Ca. 95826
Monday - Friday (8:00am - 5:00pm) Phone:(916) 875-9980 TTY/TDD: (916) 876-8892 Fax: (916) 875-9970. 24-hour Automated Information Line: 1-888-881-4881 Interpreter services available.
Triage, assessment, linkage and referral service for all child and family mental health services, excluding crisis and Children and youth in need of mental health services Interpreter services available. psychiatric inpatient facilities and residential placement
CPS MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
CPS: Medi-Cal/EPSDT (• Child/Family, Institute • Children’s Receiving Home Assessment Cottage, • Children’s Receiving Home Outpatient • Cross Creek, • EMQ Families First, •River Oak, • Sacramento Children’s Home, •Terkensha, •Terra Nova, • The Effort, •Turning Point, •UCD CPS Outpatient, • UCD PCIT
Mental health counseling services and support, which can include services for neglect, physical and sexual abuse, to EPSDT eligible children and youth referred to counseling by Child Protective Services (CPS). Medi-Cal eligible children who are part of the CPS system and in need of mental health services. CPS social workers, foster family agency social workers, foster parents and Donner staff refers to Access.
JUVENILE JUSTICE COLLABORATIVES AND SERVICES
Day Reporting Center
Mental health services provided in research oriented day treatment and reporting program.Children and youth in need of mental health services who are referred by the court to the Day Reporting Center. Probation Officers make recommendation to Juvenile Court.
Juvenile Drug Court: Another Choice Another Chance (ACAC)
Mental health services provided to youth directed by the Juvenile Court into this education and substance abuse treatment program provided in collaboration with Sacramento County Office Of Education. Youth ordered by the Juvenile Drug Court.Probation Officers make recommendation to the Juvenile Court.
Sacramento Assessment Center Quality Group Home
Provides care and comprehensive assessment of juvenile wards to determine the most appropriate placement for each minor. Youth who have been remanded to the Sacramento Assessment Center. Referral by Department of Probation to the Access Team.
Family Child Community Treatment Program (FCCTP) Quality Group Home
Enhanced mental health outpatient services and interagency service coordination. Services provided at schools, in homes, and the community.Probation youth with a serious emotional disturbance who are placed locally, or at risk for out-of-home placement. Referral from Probation to Access Team.
Juvenile Justice Institution
• Dignity Health Medical Foundation provides a Board-certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist on contract to serve youth at the Youth Detention Facility
• Mental Health Team
(Dignity Health Medical Foundation- JJIMHT) Mental health services to children and youth in Juvenile Justice Institutions. Youth residing in: Juvenile Hall, Sacramento County Boy’s Ranch, Warren E. Thornton Youth Center.Direct referral by the youth or staff to the JJI Mental Health Team.
• Dignity Health Medical Foundation Clinic South
Mental health services to children and youth following discharge from Probation’s Assessment Center, WET Youth Center, or Boy’s Ranch. Children, youth and families needing mental health services. Juvenile Probation refers directly to the Community Connections staff, which completes the Access Team referral.
• River Oak
Comprehensive assessment and multi- systemic therapy for probation youth meeting grant criteria. Probation refers youth meeting MIOCR eligibility with Medi- Cal. Probation initiates all referrals.
EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Preschool Outpatient Services
• River Oak – North
• River Oak – South Mental health services provided to children in the Head Start Preschool program. Children 3-5 years unsuccessful in mainstream preschool due to behavioral challenges. Referral sent to the Access Team by Head Start Preschool.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
• UCD Structured behavioral and communication skill training for parents and caregivers as they interact with their children. Children age two through seven years old. Referral from CPS social worker to the Access Team.
Building Blocks Intensive
• River Oak Intensive assessment/diagnostic and treatment services for children who exhibit severe mental health concerns.Children age two up to age six who need more than an outpatient program can provide. Referral to the Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, agency or community member.
Building Blocks Foster Support
• River Oak Foster support services to young children in a therapeutic foster care home. Children age two up to age six that are at risk of losing their foster placement. Referral to the Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, agency or community member. or Children’s Receiving Home.
Infant Mental Health Program
• UCD Mental health services provided to infants and toddlers with their caregivers. Services are primarily home based. Clinicians sited at eight Birth & Beyond Family Resource Centers.Infants and Toddlers up to age three. Referral to the Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, agency or community member.
ARRAY OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services (CAPS) Clinic Psychiatric assessment, medication Children/youth served by county operated program and select contracted organizational providers. support, psychological testing and mental health services. Referral by the Access Team by county operated program or select contracted organizational provider.
Children’s Case Management Services (CCMS) Assessment, case management and outpatient monitoring for 3632 eligible clients.Students who need assessment for 3632 services and 3632 eligible children/youth.School Special Education staff and IEP teams.
• Child and Family Institute Brief mental health services at homeless facilities including South Area Emergency Housing Center and Mustard Seed School. Medi-Cal eligible homeless children, youth and their families. Referral made by CFI only.
Mental Health and Alcohol or Drug Disorder Specialization
• Another Choice, Another Chance
• Sacramento Black Alcoholism Center Outpatient
counseling (individual, family and group), rehabilitation and medication services for youth who have a co-occurring mental health and alcohol or other drug diagnosis.Individuals with a co-occurring mental health and alcohol or drug diagnosis. Referral to the Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, agency or community member.
• Another Choice Another
Chance (ACAC), •Dignity Health Medical Foundation
• Cross Creek Family Counseling,• EMQ Families First, • La Familia, • River Oak, • Sacramento Black Alcoholism, Center (SBAC), • Sacramento Children’s Home, • Sacramento County Outpatient Services, • San Juan Unified School District, • Sutter Counseling Center, • Terkensha, • Terra Nova, • The Effort, •Turning Point, • UCD, • Visions Unlimited
Outpatient counseling (individual, family, and group), rehabilitation and medication services, which may include 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 mental health services.Referral to the Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, agency or community member.
• River OaK
• Sacramento County CAPS
Psychological testing as clinically Children and youth referred by their primary provider for clients with complex and challenging clinical presentations. Referral submitted to Access by current service provider.
Transition Age Services Comprehensive counseling and
• Sacramento Children’s Home rehabilitation services to assist with the transition to adulthood and independent living. Youth ages 14-21 needing mental health services and assistance to transition in transitioning to adulthood.Referral to the Access Team by a parent, caregiver, school, agency or community member.
INTENSIVE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
• EMQ Families First
• River Oak
• Sacramento Children’s Home
• Stanford Home, Intensive in-home, flexible services provided to children, youth and family to maintain child in least restrictive environment. Children and youth with serious emotional disturbance, who are 3632, AAP, CPS dependents and Probation wards and in a RCL 10-14 setting. Referral by CCMS/3632 program, AAP, CPS or Probation
Transcultural Wellness Center (TWC)
• Asian Pacific Community
Counseling, Inc.Full Service Partnership program providing a full range of services to include mental health & co-occurring treatment, medication supports, traditional healing practices, education & employment & housing supports, focusing on the needs of unserved and underserved Asian Pacific Islander individuals and families. Services are provided at the TWC site, in the community, at school sites, at homes. Children and Transition Age Youth (TAY) (16-17) who meet SED criteria.Medi-Cal eligible TAY (18-21) who meet SED criteria. Referrals made by a parent, 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 Child Access Team for treatment authorization. Call: (916) 383-6783 Fax: (916) 383-8488
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 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
•EMQ Families First
• 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 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
ADVOCACY SERVICES CSH Office of Patients’ Rights
3815 Marconi Avenue, Suite 1 Sacramento, CA 95821 Call: (916) 485-4175
Target population criteria Rights advocacy, complaint review, and representation in involuntary hospitalization hearings.
Mental Health America of Northern California
9719 Lincoln Vilage Drive,
#503 Sacramento, CA 95827. Call: (916) 3664600
Open to individuals seeking resources, information or education about mental health issues. Advocacy, education, support groups, referral and outreach.
Senior Peer Counseling
Call: (916) 855-5444 Age 60+ years. Individuals who live alone, Senior visitation and telephone reassurance program.
9719 Lincoln Vilage Drive, #503 Sacramento, CA 95827 Fax: (916) 855-5448 are homebound, and isolated.