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These programs are funded by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services, and through the voter approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).

Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS)

Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) is an intensive, one-to-one, short-term outpatient mental health treatment designed for youth with Medi-Cal (up to age 21) with serious emotional problems, who are engaging in specific behaviors that endanger their safety, or place them at risk for moving to a…

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Flexible Integrated Treatment (FIT)

Flexible Integrated Treatment (FIT) works with youth up to the age of 21 on Medi-Cal who are experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties. Therapists and treatment team members work with youth and their families in a family-focused, strength-based approach. Clinical support offered through FIT will adapt…

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Bender Court Crisis Residential

Bender Court Crisis Residential offers a safe short-term, supportive environment for individuals experiencing mental health challenges with the goal of symptom stabilization. Bender Court’s mission is to promote client-centered mental health and to prepare for community re-integration and planned graduation. Services are provided in a…

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Northgate Point Regional Support Team (RST)

Northgate Point Regional Support Team (RST) is a community-based, outpatient mental health clinic that serves 900 adults from diverse communities with chronic and persistent mental disabilities. Treatment planning teams include psychiatrists, nurses, case managers and clinical staff who meet weekly to confer and develop individualized treatment plans.…

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Crisis Residential Program (CRP)

Crisis Residential Program (CRP ) provides respite for adults with psychiatric disabilities who have become suicidal, critically depressed, or otherwise psychiatrically incapacitated. The services provided at CRP routinely avert the need for hospitalization with the integration of values to include member input and peer support, program…

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Integrated Services Agency (ISA)

Integrated Services Agency (ISA) is a full service partnership providing wraparound services to 225 clients with psychiatric disabilities who are transitioning from long-term hospitalizations. ISA offers: Support to stabilize housing & reduce hospitalizations and incarcerations Risk assessments 24/7 crisis response Medication management Connections to services…

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Transitional Support Services

Transitional Support Services (TSS) helps clients with co-occurring psychiatric and developmental disabilities achieve their goals through best practices like motivational interviewing and harm reduction. TSS offers various skills-building groups, one-to-one therapy, psychiatric support, and intensive case management. One-to-one meetings as well as groups help clients…

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Pathways to Success After Homelessness

Pathways to Success After Homelessness (Pathways) provides supportive housing and mental health services for those with psychiatric disabilities and long-term or cyclical homelessness. Staff uses a harm reduction “whatever it takes” approach to support members reach their desired goals. Families with children are offered culturally-diverse supportive…

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Abiding Hope Respite House

Turning Point Community Programs, Welcome Home Housing, and NAMI Sacramento  have partnered to provide services at Abiding Hope Respite House for residents of Sacramento County. The Respite Partnership Collaborative--a public-private partnership of the County of Sacramento Division of Behavioral Health Services and the community--selected the partners. Abiding Hope Respite…

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