Sacramento County Behavioral Health Services (BHS) offers a wide range of mental health services to people of all ages. These services include prevention and early intervention, outpatient services, case management services, crisis intervention and stabilization services, and psychiatric hospitalizations for inpatients. To access the county's many treatment options, you must contact the county's drug and alcohol services number. Arrockia McDaniel is a licensed clinical social worker and clinical director of Strive Community Health, a mental health organization in Sacramento.
She provides the following contact numbers for Alcohol and Drug Services in the surrounding counties: Amador County - 209-223-6412; El Dorado County - 530-621-6146; Placer County - 916-787-8800; San Joaquin County - 209-468-3800; Solano County - 707-784-2220; Sutter-Yuba County - 530-822-7200; Yolo County - 888-965-66Chicle. If you or someone you know is in crisis, KS in Crisis is a non-profit organization based in Elk Grove, California that offers pregnancy, parenting and adoption services. The hotline is the only service in the country where all operators are transgender and has a policy against active non-consensual rescue. The Allied Services for Kids (ASK) teen line began in December 1994 to provide 24-hour availability to teens and families in crisis.
The Adult Protective Services (APS) program is overseen by the California Department of Social Services and locally managed by the El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency. Presumptive transfer means an immediate transfer of responsibility for providing, organizing and paying for specialized mental health services from the county of the original jurisdiction to the county where the adoptive child resides. People who need emergency shelter services can call the Placer County Coordinated Entry toll-free at 1-833-375-2237. The Sacramento Police Department's impact team provides outreach and engagement services throughout the city of Sacramento. This includes Medi-Cal mental Health Service Providers and Mental Health Prevention, Early Intervention and Rest Service Providers. Professionally trained staff and volunteer counselors respond to 20,000 calls a year with advice on crisis intervention and resource referrals to the caller's local community service providers. To request services and an evaluation by phone so that they can refer you to the right mental health service provider, simply call the mental health access team. Finally, join NAMI Sacramento to connect with a movement to inspire a better life for Sacramento residents who suffer from mental illness.