Sempervirens (SV) offers a locked hospital-based treatment for clients who have serious and persistent mental illness that need acute psychiatric care. It is a Medi-Cal and MediCare certified 16-bed facility, and the only inpatient psychiatric hospital within a 300-mile radius.1 of 1
Sutter Coast Hospital is a community-based, not-for-profit hospital serving residents of Del Norte County, Calif., and Curry County, Ore. Our 49-bed acute care hospital is a Sutter Health affiliate. Sutter Coast Hospital is governed by a volunteer board comprised of community leaders and healthcare professionals. Our local governance structure means critical healthcare decisions are made by experts in our community who can respond to local health and community needs.1 of 1
Remi Vista, Inc. is a private, nonprofit corporation that provides therapeutic services for youth and families who have either been placed in out-of-home care or who are considered to be at risk for such placement. We are licensed by the Department of Social Services to provide group home, foster care, and transitional housing placement programs. We are also contracted as an Organizational Provider of specialty mental health services with many counties in California.1 of 1
Del Norte County Public Health is engaged in a broad range of activities designed to promote good health in individuals, families and the community. We provide clinical and preventive services, and work with local health care providers and other community partners to connect people with the resources they need1 of 1
Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC) is a non-profit community based health care organization that contracts with the State to administer Medi-Cal benefits through local care providers to ensure Medi-Cal recipients have access to high-quality comprehensive cost-effective health care. PHC provides quality health care to over 600,000 lives. Beginning in Solano County in 1994, PHC now provides services to 14 Northern California counties – Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Mendocino, Modoc, Napa, Shasta, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Trinity and Yolo.1 of 1
RCRC provides intake, assessment, diagnosis, and coordinates community-based services for over 10,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities in Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, and Mendocino counties. We work in partnership with many individuals, family members, community leaders, and agencies to help the people we serve live quality, independent lives in our region.1 of 1
The mission of DHCS is to provide Californians with access to affordable, integrated, high-quality health care, including medical, dental, mental health, substance use treatment services and long-term care. Our vision is to preserve and improve the overall health and well-being of all Californians.1 of 1
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.1 of 1
The Commission’s primary function is to oversee the implementation of the Mental Health Services Act. The Commission distributes grants, collects and shares spending and efficacy data on local programs, spreads best practices, conducts research into critical subject areas like criminal justice involvement of people with mental health needs, and engages experts to develop policy proposals and other pathbreaking solutions.1 of 1
Alateen is a place where members come together to:
- share experiences, strength, and hope with each other to find effective ways to cope with problems.
- discuss difficulties and encourage one another
- help each other understand the principles of the Al-Anon program through the use of the Twelve Steps and Alateen’s Twelve Traditions
Alateen is not a place:
- For teenagers seeking help for drinking or drug problems or a therapy program
- to complain about parents or anyone else.
- A social hangout.
NAMI is dedicated to improving the lives of millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Your gift helps support NAMI’s ongoing awareness, education and advocacy efforts, including initiatives such as expanding NAMI HelpLine’s hours and services; advocating for a better crisis response system; developing resources for youth and young adults; and updating our educational materials to better address the needs of underrepresented communities.1 of 1
Mental Health First Aid is a course that teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. The training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial help and support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem or experiencing a crisis.1 of 1
The WAI program provides comprehensive pre-employment skills training, employment placement and follow-up for high school students in special education who are making the transition from school to work, independent living, and postsecondary education or training. Program services are appropriate to individual student needs, abilities, and interests.
The WAI program offers students with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) the opportunity to complete their secondary education while also obtaining marketable job skills. WAI provides secondary students with an understanding of job-seeking and job-keeping skills. The employability of students improves through occupational class training and on-the-job subsidized or unsubsidized work experience.
The WAI program seeks employers in the business community who will give students with disabilities a chance to prove themselves in a competitive integrated employment setting. Local program sites successfully coordinate state and local service providers to offer comprehensive services tailored to local economic, social, and geographic needs and abilities.1 of 1
Transition Partnership Programs (TPP) were developed in response to the 1986 Amendments to the Rehabilitation Act and the 1983 Amendments to the Education for the Handicapped Act. The TPPs are administered through third-party cooperative agreements with select Local Education Agencies (LEAs) and the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR). Statewide, there are approximately 104 TPPs through third-party cooperative agreements with LEAs. TPPs provide enhanced, coordinated vocational services including DOR Student Services and employment preparation, job development, and short-term support services to successfully transition students with disabilities into meaningful employment.1 of 1
DNCAPC promotes healthy families by encouraging education, public awareness and community support in Del Norte County. Supporting child advocacy, encouraging child-focused community events, developing self-sustained and locally supported resources, will lead to a safer community that values the future and empowerment of children.1 of 1
WIC is a special supplemental nutrition program that provides no-cost services to women, infants, and children. The Del Norte County WIC Program serves low to medium income families living in California, including families who are newly pregnant, who just had a baby, or have children under 5 years old. Working, military and migrant families may also qualify for the WIC program.1 of 1
The Del Norte County Probation Department is an integral part of the justice system and functions as a legislatively created support agency for the Criminal, Juvenile, and Family Courts. We are committed to ensuring and maintaining a safe community by providing and enhancing a coordinated level of service and programs designed to lessen the impact and recurrence of crime and protect and serve the people of Del Norte County.1 of 1
Supporting services for Del Norte County by bringing families and professional resources in, child care subsidy, family child care referrals, the food program for family child care providers, toy lending library, parent education, school readiness, child abuse prevention, car seat lending, child care centers for preschool, after school care, and more.1 of 1
California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) provides temporary financial assistance and employment related services to needy families with minor children who are deprived of parental support or care due to absence, disability, unemployment/underemployment, or death of a parent.1 of 1
The Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc. is a private nonprofit corporation that annually provides services to 14,000 to 15,000 clients statewide. NCIDC was established in 1976 to research, develop and administer social and economic development programs designed to meet the needs of Indian and Native American Communities; to provide support and technical assistance for the development of such programs, and the conservation and preservation of historic and archeological sites and resources.1 of 1
Coastal Connections is a youth and young adult resource center funded through Mental Health Service Act (MHSA), staffed by Prevention Programs staff. The center serves youth and young adults, from 14 to 25 yrs old. The center provides both prevention and early intervention services with resources and referrals for needs that cannot be met directly on site.1 of 1
The primary mission of the Del Norte County office of Education is to support the needs of local schools and students, facilitate expanded learning opportunities, encourage student achievement, increase professional development, and ensure fiscal responsibility for schools across the county.1 of 1
Adapted from “Communication Planning and Message Development: Promoting School-Based Mental Health Services” in Communique, Vol. 35, No. 1. National Association of School Psychologists, 2006.