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Mental Health

It is vital that you, your student, & everyone in your family take care of your mental health.  The last two years have been filled with isolation, confusion, & many changes, sometimes by the hour.  It is normal to feel down, sad, anxious, or any other feeling you might be experiencing.  However it is important that you seek support and find ways to help you and your family work through those feelings and have tools to keep them in check.  Below are links to webpages with a variety of resources & tools.  If you don't see what you are looking for, please reach out to our counselor, Mrs. Juarros by email or call 916-566-2730 ext. 24085 (her voicemail is private so feel free to leave a message if you don't reach her). 
 
HearYou.org information

Emotional & Mental Health Support

 
HearYou.org has partnered with Sac Collab and offers FREE online therapy face to face with a counselor, for all Sacramento County residents.  
Avaliable Services
10 Sessions-Ages 4-26 years old
  6 Sessions-Ages 27+
For more information click on the HearYou.org Flyer in the left side bar.
 
 
Care Solace is a 24/7 web-based tool that makes it easier for students, families and staff to connect with mental healthcare resources and providers in their communities. Care Solace can offer information with therapy, online therapy, hospitalization, family counseling, and other services in minutes.
The Care Concierge team can be contacted at:

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mental health urgent care

THE MENTAL HEALTH URGENT CARE CLINIC (MHUCC) is a walk-in clinic for individuals with an urgent mental health need. The MHUCC is a client-centered program that focuses on providing immediate relief to individuals and families in distress.
The program intends to avert psychiatric emergency room visits and involuntary hospitalizations. The goal of MHUCC is to foster recovery for individuals and families through the promotion of hope and wellness.
As a walk-in clinic, the MHUCC welcomes anyone experiencing mental health-distress regardless of age and ability to pay. Individuals experiencing non-psychiatric emergencies are encouraged to visit their local emergency room or call 911.
 

Services Offered

  • A safe space for individuals and families, peer support and onthe- spot counseling
  • Crisis interventions, psychiatric evaluations and clinical assessments
  • Referrals and linkages to community resources
  • Brief medication management services (excluding controlled substances)

Contact Info

Phone: (916) 520-2460
Address: 2130 Stockton Boulevard, Building 300, Sacramento, CA 95817
Hours:TEMPORARY CHANGE IN HOURS between the dates of 1/12/22 -1/26/22. Please call the clinic ahead of your visit to verify that we are open due to occasional emergency hour changes.
 
Monday-Friday, 10:00 AM — 7:00 PM
(Last walk-in at 6:00 PM)
Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays, 10:00 AM — 6:00 PM
(Last walk-in at 5:00 PM)
 
The Mental Health Urgent Care Website

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medi-cal Provider Lists

To find a mental health provider under Medi-Cal click below for the list in a specific language 

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A.C.C.E.S.S. Team Referral

ACCESS links Sacramento County residents of all ages to culturally and linguistically responsive, recovery-focused mental health services.
Call the Mental Health ACCESS Team to request services and an over-the-phone assessment in order to be referred to an appropriate mental health service provider.
Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm (24/7 for Mental Health Crisis Calls)
Phone: (916) 875-1055 or toll free (888) 881-4881 
Online Mental Health Service Request:
https://mentalhealthservicerequest.saccounty.gov/
Mental health emergency services are available for youth under 18 years of age 10:00a.m. -7:00p.m. 7 days a week at:
Intake Stabilization Unit (ISU)
Mental Health Treatment Center
2150 Stockton Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95817
916-875-1000 

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social emotional supports & tools