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

Modesto Outdoor Emergency Shelter (MOES)

MODESTO OUTDOOR EMERGENCY SHELTER (MOES) provides peer-supported outreach and engagement services to individuals experiencing homelessness in Stanislaus County. Services at MOES include engagement, behavioral health services, peer support, and assistance with locating housing. With one of the primary goals of engaging individuals with shelter or…

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Homeless Court Program (HCP)

HOMELESS COURT PROGRAM (HCP) was created to address the unique needs of the homeless population in Stanislaus County. This service will focus on resolving outstanding minor criminal court cases and/or infractions, warrants, fines, and fees. HCP staff will assist the homeless in accessing self-help services…

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Housing Assessment Team (HAT)

HOUSING ASSESSMENT TEAM (HAT) works in collaboration with other community partners, recognizing that a whole-person approach is required in order to support and assist individuals out of homelessness. HAT has first contact with individuals who walk into the program, identifying needs, providing resource information and…

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Peer Navigators

PEER NAVIGATORS is an expansion of the Warm Line program and connects individuals with serious mental illness, their family members, and caregivers to culturally relevant health services. The Peer Navigator staff provides support through engagement and education on prevention, diagnosis, timely treatment, recovery management, and…

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Integrated Services Agency (ISA-M)

INTEGRATED SERVICES AGENCY - MODESTO (ISA-M) provides recovery orientated outpatient mental health and deputy conservator services to adults 18 years and older with a severe mental illness. The program is a full-partnership program following the ACT model, with wraparound services, that help meet the individual’s…

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Garden Gate Respite (GGR)

GARDEN GATE RESPITE (GGR) provides short-term crisis housing for individuals with known or suspected mental illness, who are at risk for homelessness, incarceration, victimization or psychiatric hospitalization. The center is a home-like setting, and consists of two houses (11 bed total capacity) in a residential…

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Warm Line

WARM LINE operates as a telephone support program, providing non-crisis peer-support to community members that could benefit from the support of a caring listener. Warm Line is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Warm Line also provides support to the local Community…

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Empowerment Center

EMPOWERMENT CENTER is a culturally diverse center where behavioral health consumers and their support persons and/or family members can gain peer support and recovery-oriented input from others to reduce isolation, increase the ability to develop independence, and create linkages to mental health and substance abuse…

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Garden of Eat’n

GARDEN OF EAT’N (GOE) is a food service that provides education and structured training that includes weekly meal sales and catering jobs in the community. The program provides initial kitchen training, while addressing barriers, fears, and expectations about employment. The training provides individuals with the…

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Community Activities and Rehabilitation Transportation (CART)

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES & REHABILITATION TRANSPORT (CART) providing consumers and their family members with greater transit access to community events and activities within Stanislaus County, such as: committee meetings, peer-support groups, and or employment/training while navigating the CART system to schedule these needs. Also, CART provides…

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