Program primarily for adults with serious psychiatric disabilities. Classes include arts
and crafts, independent living skills, prevocational skills and basic academic skills.
Program cosponsored by Sutter-Yuba Mental Health, Yuba Community College, Marysville Adult
Education and the Yuba Sutter Alliance for the Mentally Ill. For further information call:
serves older adults (60+) with psychiatric disabilities who may be physically or
geographically isolated, and determined to be unserved or underserved residents of
Sutter or Yuba counties.
works in collaboration with individuals, their families,
social service agencies, public health, the medical community, senior centers, law
enforcement and senior housing entities. For additional information, please call (530) 674-1885 ext. 102.
Staff provide support for adults and children with serious psychiatric disabilities who
live independently in family care homes, or with their families, and require follow up
care. For further information call (530) 822-7200.
Psycho-education for clients with serious psychiatric disabilities. Services available to
both outpatients and in-patients of the psychiatric health facility. Program includes
structured groups with focus on cognitive skills, social skills, medication management,
education and prevocational skills stressing functional living in the community. For
information call: (530) 822-7206.
Sutter-Yuba Mental Health sponsors children and adolescent day treatment programs in
conjunction with school SED classrooms. For additional information contact the principal
at your child's school.
Assists individuals requesting services from the Department of Human Services. This team
provides assessment, treatment, resolution, referral and informational services. Contact
FAST by calling: (530) 822-7478
Sutter and Yuba Counties provides services to youth and famililes utilizing a multi-agency
team design. Services are available to youth and families after agreement of all parties.
In Sutter County this project is referred to as the F.I.T. Program. For further information
please call: (530) 822-7327.
Services for the homeless mentally ill are provided through contract with a local community
based organization. For additional information, please call (530) 743-7313.
Services for adults, children and adolescents including individual therapy, group therapy,
family therapy, parent information/education, and medication. For information call:
Patients, family members and friends of patients have an Advocate Available to support
patient's questions and respond to patient grievances. For further information, call:
Provides 24 hour evaluation and assistance to individuals experiencing severe emotional
distress or acute problems related to psychiatric disabilities. Interested parties can call
(530) 673-8255 or 1-888-923-3800 for all psychiatric emergency questions or drop in at 1965 Live
Oak Boulevard, Yuba City, CA.
Acute psychiatric in-patient care for those over 18 years. Persons under the age of 18 are
assessed and referred to psychiatric hospitals in the Sacramento area if indicated. For
further information call: (530) 822-7200. To reach patients directly, call: (530) 822-7204.
The Sutter-Yuba Mental Health Advisory Board is an advisory board comprised of consumers of mental
health care, 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.
YSAMI is the local chapter of the California Alliance for the Mentally Ill (CAMI). Their
mission is to provide education and awareness for the greater understanding and compassion
of individuals with mental illness and provide support to family members and consumers.
Regular Board meetings are held monthly on the second Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in the Mental
Health building located at 1965 Live Oak Boulevard, Yuba City, CA 95991. The public is
welcome to attend. For information call: (530) 822-7178.