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Mental Wellness & Counseling

 

Due to program changes, please confirm whether your provider still accepts CMSP insurance.

 

Bridge Peer Support Center

14954 Burns Valley Rd., Clearlake office 995-2973

guest phone 995-0893

Peer-based drop-in center offers one-to-one support as well as a full schedule of support groups and activities. Also serves as day/drop-in center for Veterans, homeless individuals, and people in transition.

 

Clearlake Family Health Center

15230 Lakeshore Dr., Clearlake

995-4545

Counseling services for all ages. Part of St. Helena Hospital Clear Lakes Rural Health Clinic System. Eligibility: Medicare, Medi-Cal and private insurance accepted. See www.sthelenahospital.org.

 

Consolidated Tribal Health Project

6991 N. State St., Redwood Valley

800-642-CTHP or 485-5115

Adult substance abuse counseling, alternative to violence and sobriety groups, and child counseling. No cost to eligible Indian individuals. Services available to all others per insurance or sliding scale fee. Medi-Cal, Medicare, and private insurance accepted. See www.cthp.org.

 

Lake County Behavioral Health

7000-B S. Center Dr., Clearlake

994-7090

6032 13thAve., PO Box 1024, Lucerne

274-9101

Crisis/Intake 800-900-2075

Provides recovery-oriented care including crisis resolution, assessment, counseling, and access to hospital and residential services for adults experiencing serious mental illness and children with emotional disturbance. Also provides alcohol and other drug counseling and prevention services for adults and youth. Serves primarily those on Medi-Cal, Medicare or indigent, but all are eligible to request services to determine eligibility. See www.co.lake.ca.us/Government/Directory/Behavioral_Health.htm.

 

Older Adult System of Care (OASOC)

In addition to offering the full spectrum of on-site services available through the Lake County Behavioral Health offices in Lucerne and Clearlake, OASOC offers home-based mental health therapy and case management services to homebound seniors. Eligibility: Age

60+, experiencing serious mental illness or emotional disturbance. Serves primarily those on Medi-Cal, Medicare or indigent, but all are eligible to request services to determine eligibility.

 

Lake County Behavioral Health Patient's Rights Advocate

6032 13thAve., PO Box 1024, Lucerne

888-334-3390

Provides representation for mental health clients. See www.co.lake.ca.us/Government/Directory/ Behavioral_Health.htm.

 

Lake County Tribal Health Consortium

925 Bevins Ct., PO Box 1950, Lakeport

800-750-7181 or 263-8382

Provides mental health counseling, alcohol and drug counseling, and individual/group education to Native American patients. See

www.lcthc.com.

 

Long Valley Health Center

50 Branscomb Rd., PO Box 870, Laytonville

984-6131

Mental health and counseling services. Medi-Cal, Medicare, and many private insurance. Sliding scale for low-income. See www.longvalley.org.

 

Manchester-Point Arena Satellite Health Clinic

24 Mamie Laiwa Dr., PO Box 381, Point Arena

882-2877

Medical and behavioral health services for Native American patients and their families.

 

Manzanita Services

Mail to: PO Box 1424, Ukiah

Ukiah United Methodist Church, 270 N. Pine St., Ukiah

463-0405

Willits Resource Center, 286 School St., Willits

456-9020 or 463-0405

Peer support wellness and recovery services, education, and resources for people with mental health challenges and their families. Drop-in centers in Ukiah and Willits. Daily support groups and education classes. One-on-one patient navigation and support with behavioral health and primary care needs. Internet access through public computer, phone, trainings and workshops.
Also care management services for Medi-Cal eligible Specialty Mental Health Services clients. See www.manzanitaservices.org.

 

Mendocino Coast Clinics

205 South St., Fort Bragg

964-1251

Counseling to children, adults, and families by Licensed Clinical Social Workers and Licensed Clinical Psychologists. Medi-Cal, Medicare, Healthy Families, or sliding scale payments depending on income qualifications. Transportation available in the local Fort Bragg area. See

www.mendocinocoastclinics.org.

 

Mendocino Community Health Clinic, Inc.

Counseling and psychotherapy services for those already receiving medical care at MCHC. Medi-Cal, CMSP, Medicare, Partnership HealthPlan, Covered California Plans, private insurance, sliding scale, and private payment. Mendocino Community Health Clinic is a local, nonprofit organization with three health centers. See www.mchcinc.org.

 

Hillside Health Center

333 Laws Ave., Ukiah

468-1010

 

Lakeside Health Center

5335 Lakeshore Blvd., Lakeport

263-7725

Transportation support possible, call to schedule.

 

Little Lake Health Center

47 Hazel St., Willits

456-9600

 

Mendocino County Health and Human Services Agency, Behavioral Health & Recovery Services

Cares for the people of Mendocino County whose lives are affected by mental illness.Provides education about the hopeful possibilities of treatment and recovery as well as community-based treatment that maximizes independent living and improves quality of life. See www.co.mendocino.ca.us/hhsa/mentalhealth .htm.

 

Mental Health Access Centers

for adults age 25+

800-555-5906 24/7

544 Main St., Ste. B, Fort Bragg

564 S. Dora St., Ste. D, Ukiah

 

Administration and Medical Records

1120 S. Dora St., Ukiah

472-2300

 

Mendocino County Health and Human Services Agency, Behavioral Health & Recovery Services ~ Patient's Rights Advocate

1120 S. Dora St., Ukiah

463-4614

Provides representation for mental health clients. See www.co.mendocino.ca.us/hhsa/adult/patient rights.htm.

 

Moving On

Willits Senior Center, 1501 Baechtel Rd.

459-6826

Activity-oriented social support group for widows, women in divorce, or other interested women. Meets at the senior center second Thu noon 1:00pm for lunch, followed by meeting 1:00pm 2:00pm; meets at an agreed-upon location in the community on the fourth Thu. Social activities are offered, such as trips, dinners, theater, etc.

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Mendocino
PO Box 1945, Ukiah

Sonya 937-3339

Mel 485-0239

Donna 391-6867

Local chapter of nationwide volunteer, grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental illnesses by providing mutual respect, support, education and advocacy. See www.namimendocino.org.

 

Redwood Coast Medical Services

46900 Ocean Dr., PO Box 1100, Gualala

884-4005

Behavioral health services for individuals, couples, families, and adolescents. See

www.rcms-healthcare.org.

 

Round Valley Indian Health Center

Corner of Hwy 162 & Biggar Ln., PO Box 247, Covelo

983-6181

Substance abuse counseling, AA meetings, community events and projects. Medi-Cal and most insurance accepted. See www.roundvalleyindianhealthcenter.com.

 

Senior Peer CounselingHome visits by senior volunteers who receive training and supervision from a licensed clinician. Peer counselors provide the client with an opportunity to talk to someone their age that has experienced similar life changes and can understand their concerns. All conversations are strictly confidential and services offered free of charge.

Konocti Senior Support, Inc.

995-1417

Serves Lake County residents age 55+. See www.konoctiseniorsupport.com.

Redwood Coast Senior Center

961-4305 or 964-0443

Serves Mendocino Coast residents age 60+.

Ukiah Senior Center

472-0551or 462-4343

Serves Ukiah and Willits residents age 60+.

 

St. Helena Hospital/Adventist Health Behavioral Health

10 Woodland Rd., St. Helena

963-3611

Physician Referral 800-540-3611

Sister hospital to St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake. Hospital's behavioral health services include a 24-bed inpatient unit for adults who are experiencing acute symptoms of major mental illnesses; also an alcohol and chemical recovery unit offering medically supervised detox. Accepts Medicare, Medi-Cal, private health insurance, and Workman's Compensation. See www.sthelenahospital.org.

 

St. Helena Hospital Center for Behavioral Health

525 Oregon St., Vallejo

648-2200

Mental Health Referral Line

649-4040

Free-standing 61-bed facility that offers an active, structured therapeutic mental health program.

 

Ukiah Valley Rural Health Center Behavioral Health Services

260 Hospital Dr., Ste. 101, (mail to Ste. 207), Ukiah

463-8000

Consultation and counseling for children and adults. Clinic affiliated with Ukiah Valley Medical Center and the Adventist Health care system. Accepts Medi-Cal, Medicare, CMSP, Healthy Families, and other insurance. See www.uvmc.org.

 

VA Outpatient Clinics (see Veterans section)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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