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 follow-up. These services are intended to be one-on-one, primarily face-to-face.
To be eligible for the Peer Navigators program, an individual must: Be referred by Stanislaus County Behavioral Health Services or the delegated contracted agencies; Be 18 years or older; Reside within Stanislaus County.
For more information on eligibility and referrals, call (209) 558-4600.
This program is funded by the Stanislaus County Department of Behavioral Health & Recovery Services, and through the voter approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).
- Peer support to identify needs and address challenges that may arise
- Liasing between hospital discharge and acquiring mental health services
- Linkages to community and county resources within the Adult System of Care
- Advocacy for the unserved and underserved adult population of Stanislaus County
- Transportation to access points for basic needs and community integration
- In the 2017-18 Fiscal Year, 224 individuals received services.
Phone: (209) 558-4600
Fax: (209) 541-2549