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Adult Services

 

Adult Services provides outpatient assessment, diagnosis and treatment of serious mental health conditions and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. The treatment team consists of therapists, psychiatrists, nursing staff, counselors, peer mentors and support staff. We strive to provide a broad range of culturally sensitive, consumer-driven supports and services.

Urgent Services

 

The Urgent Services team provides timely access to all adult mental health and substance use disorder services on a walk-in basis through our Open Access Clinic, Monday-Thursday 8 am–2 pm. This team consists of therapists, substance abuse counselors and nursing staff who provide urgent assessment, diagnosis and brief treatment of mental health and substance use conditions. The Urgent Services team provides referrals to all other longer-term adult services within the agency and also provides referrals to community resources and supports.

Open Access Clinic: 1965 Live Oak Blvd. Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7200

Wellness and Recovery

 

The Wellness and Recovery Program offers recovery-oriented group and individual support to consumers with serious mental health conditions or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Team members include therapists, counselors and peer specialists. The Wellness and Recovery Program offers a variety of therapy and skill-building groups and activities for consumers in recovery. The program also partners with Sutter County Schools to provide an onsite Adult Education and Work Activity Center. Together, these programs help consumers work toward their social, occupational and educational goals. Participation is for current SYBH consumers by referral from their current provider.

Wellness and Recovery/Adult Education and Work Activity Center: 1965 Live Oak Blvd. Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7200

Latino Outreach Center

 

The Latino Outreach Center serves bilingual and Spanish-speaking only adults, children and families. The Center provides outpatient assessment, diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. The Latino Outreach Center team consists of three therapists and a peer specialist. Services offered include individual and group therapy, case management, linkage to other adult services such as medication support or substance use disorder treatment and linkage to community resources and supports. Services are accessed by attending the walk-in Latino Open Access Clinic held Thursdays 9 am – 12 pm or by appointment as needed. Transportation is also available as needed.

Latino Outreach Center: 545 Garden Hwy. Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 674-1885 ext. 104

Hmong Outreach Center

 

The Hmong Outreach Center serves bilingual and Hmong-speaking only adults and families. The Center provides outpatient assessment, diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. The Hmong Outreach Center team consists of one therapist, two intervention counselors and a peer specialist. Services offered include individual therapy, group and individual rehabilitation services, case management, linkage to other adult services such as medication support or substance use disorder treatment and linkage to community resources and supports. Services are accessed by calling the Hmong Outreach Center directly to request services, or by attending the Adult Services Open Access Clinic held Monday-Thursday 8 am–2 pm at 1965 Live Oak Blvd. Yuba City CA, 95991. Services in Hmong or interpreting services are available during Open Access Clinic.

Hmong Outreach Center: 4853 Olivehurst Ave. Olivehurst, CA 95961
Phone: (530) 749-2746

Bi-County Elder Services Team (BEST)

 

The BEST program serves older adults (age 60+) in both Sutter and Yuba Counties with serious mental health conditions or co-occurring mental health and substance use conditions. The BEST therapist provides outreach, assessment, individual therapy, case management, linkage to other adult services such as medication support or substance use disorder treatment and linkage to community resources and supports. Collaboration with individuals, families, social service agencies, public health and other community agencies is central to the BEST approach. The BEST therapist is available to provide community presentations on older adult mental health issues and how to get help. Services are accessed by attending the Adult Services Open Access Clinic held Monday-Thursday 8 am–2 pm at 1965 Live Oak Blvd. Yuba City CA, 95991.

BEST Team location: 1965 Live Oak Blvd. Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7513 ext. 2174

Healthy Options Promoting Empowerment (HOPE) - Adult/Older Adult Full Service Partnership

 

The HOPE team provides intensive case management and rehabilitation services to adults with serious mental health conditions or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Participants in the HOPE program receive intensive support from intervention counselors who work with them individually toward recovery goals. An important part of this program is helping participants to meet basic needs, participate fully in community life and increase independence. Services are accessed by clinician referral after attending the Adult Services Open Access Clinic held Monday-Thursday 8 am–2 pm at 1965 Live Oak Blvd. Yuba City CA, 95991.

HOPE Adult/Older Adult FSP: 1965 Live Oak Blvd. Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7200

Behavioral Health Patients Rights Advocates for Sutter and Yuba Counties

 

The SmithWaters Group
Frank and Willyum SmithWaters
1 (800) 970-5816

What Patients’ Rights Advocates Do:

  • Represent Consumers at Inpatient Psychiatric Hospitals – Patients’ Rights Advocates travel to psychiatric hospitals throughout Sutter and Yuba Counties. County and represent patients who are involuntarily detained. The Advocate prepares consumers for their certification review hearings. The hearings are held to determine if the treatment facility has sufficient cause to hold the patient without his/her consent. Advocates also represent consumers at medication capacity hearings (Riese hearings). These hearings are held to determine whether or not an involuntarily treated patient has the ability to consent to or refuse psychiatric medication.
  • Respond to Patients’ Rights Related Psychiatric Grievances and Complaints – Typically, Patients’ Rights Advocates investigate and respond to grievances and complaints about inpatient mental health providers. The complaints can come from consumers, family, and friends. Advocates also provide other advocacy and mediation services to consumers involving psychiatric providers, which can include outpatient providers.
  • Provide Residential Advocacy – Patients’ Rights Advocates, along with the State of California Community Care Licensing and the Ombudsman, investigate complaints about licensed board and cares and unlicensed residential facilities where consumers live. They also provide training on residential law and rights to consumers, family and providers.
  • Respond to Consumer Concerns at Long-Term Placement (IMD) facilities – Patients’ Rights Advocates work directly with consumers living in IMD/MHRC’s in Sutter and Yuba Counties, providers, families, and interested parties. Patients’ Rights Advocates also provide training and educational presentations on patients’ rights and mental health law to consumers, providers and interested parties.
  • Locate Missing Persons – Assist families and friends to find missing mental health consumers without violating consumer’s privacy or HIPAA regulations.
  • Provide Medi-Cal Beneficiary Publications and Forms – Distribute information explaining Medi-Cal mental health services and grievance forms in the threshold languages.

Additional Links

 
  • Sutter County Network of Care for Mental Health
    Network of Care is designed to help you find state-licensed health, social services, mental health, alcohol and other drug, disability and elder care services and facilities for a loved one, a friend, or yourself.
  • MakeTheConnection.net
    MakeTheConnection.net is an online resource designed to connect Veterans, their family members and friends, and other supporters with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their lives.
  • California Parent and Youth Helpline