COLOMA CENTER is an intensive outpatient mental health treatment program that provides services designed to collaborate with individuals with a serious mental illness (SMI). The program supports individuals who are at risk of or currently involved with the criminal justice system, multiple psychiatric hospitalizations, out of home placement, homelessness or risk of homelessness. Coloma Center is an Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program that utilizes a multidisciplinary team consisting of licensed marriage and family therapists, social workers, rehabilitation experts, a family care coordinator, youth advocate, peer support specialist, CADC Specialist, nurse, and psychiatrist.
Services focus on the individual/family, utilize a strength-based approach with intensive forensic interventions within the recovery model philosophy, outreach and engagement services, and include multi-agency collaboration and joint planning. After hours on-call support is also offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
The target population consists of Transition Age Youth (TAY), adults age 18 and older, older adults, and hard-to-engage individuals.
The priority target population is comprised of individuals with a severe and persistent mental illness who meet the following criteria:
- Has a severe psychiatric impairment as defined in DSM-V and includes schizophrenia, schizoaffective, delusional disorder, psychotic disorder NOS, bipolar I or II, post-traumatic stress disorder, and major depressive disorder
- Exhibits an impaired level of functioning that prevents them from sustaining themselves in the community without treatment, supervision, rehabilitation and supports
- Has an illness and impaired level of functioning which is persistent in duration
- At risk of involvement or currently involved with the criminal justice system, homeless, and/or has one or more psychiatric hospitalizations
In addition, Turning Point Coloma Center has partnered with Placer County CSOC to provide services to 16 to 18 year-old TAY and with Advocates for Mentally Ill Housing (AMIH) for a TAY specialty transitional house.
Referrals are received directly through Placer County CSOC or ASOC. In addition, individuals are able to contact the program directly to inquire about services and be assessed for eligibility. Immediate eligibility for services will be determined by the level of priority, level of impairment, and immediacy of needed services.
This program is funded by the Placer County Department of Health & Human Services, and through the voter approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).
- Individual and group therapy, family education and support
- Linkages to community resources and supports
- Crisis intervention, psychiatric and medication services
- Assessments and rehabilitative services, case management
- In the 2017-18 Fiscal Year, 150 individuals received services.
- 73.4% of Individuals accrued zero psychiatric hospitalizations.
- 83.7% of individuals accrued zero incarceration days.
- 81.5% of individuals accrued zero homeless days.
- 85.3% of individuals had zero emergency interventions.
- 88.2% of individuals were completely satisfied with their experience.
Phone: (916) 786-3750
Fax: (916) 786-3761
1830 Sierra Gardens Drive, Roseville, CA 95661
381A Nevada Street, Auburn, CA 95603