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At the Tuolumne County Publich Heath Department our staff of committed, caring professionals provide essential services to protect your health. Fulfilling the preventative health care needs of all age groups, our services are provided without discrimination to all individuals regardless of … Continue reading
Did you know that a crisis line is available through Tuolumne County Behavioral Health Department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? The local phone number is 209-533-7000, and available to anyone in suicidal crisis, anyone concerned with someone … Continue reading
Provide crisis intervention. Assess need for counseling. Assist with admission to psychiatric units. Provide additional community resources when indicated. (209)533-7000 for emergency calls.
Substance abuse treatment for pregnant women and/or those with children. Transportation and childcare are provided for this service.
Behavioral health treatment and case management services for adults eighteen to sixty-five.
A psychiatrist and a nurse address medication needs of adults served by Tuolumne County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services.
Provide drug program services as a term of probation for defendants convicted of a violation of eligible felony drug related crimes. Drug court programs are administered through Department 2 of the Criminal Division of the Superior Court, which is located … Continue reading
The Alano Club of Sonora is a place for people in recovery to meet and socialize in a clean and sober environment before and after 12 step meetings. It is supported by membership dues, club functions, and by rent paid … Continue reading
The mission of Amador County Alcohol and Drug Services is to promote healthy community attitudes that help reduce the harmful effects associated with alcohol and drug use, while being responsive to the diversity among individuals, families and communities.
“Amador County Mental Health strives to provide high quality, accessible, and appropriate mental health services to county residents who have serious mental disabilities and/or emotional disturbances. Our department is committed to ensuring that all clients receive effective and timely services … Continue reading