Yolo County Adult Mental Health Services
Yolo County Adult Mental Health Services provides a range of mental health services to community members of all ages, including adults, older adults, children, and youth. Yolo County will help anyone in a crisis but will provide on-going services only for those with chronic and severe mental health symptoms who have no insurance or who qualify for Medi-Cal.
137 N. Cottonwood St.
Woodland, CA 95695
600 A St.
Davis, CA 95616
500 B. Jefferson Blvd. Suite 150
West Sacramento, CA 95605
National Alliance on Mental Illness
NAMI California is a grass roots organization of families and individuals whose lives have been affected by serious mental illness. They advocate for lives of quality and respect, without discrimination and stigma, for all our constituents. They provide leadership in advocacy, legislation, policy development, education and support throughout California.
Telephone: (530) 756-8181
To eliminate sexual assault and domestic violence through sensitive prevention, intervention, and treatment. Get help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Secure, anonymous. Spanish speaking.
Telephone: (530) 662-1133 or (916) 371-1907
Location: 933 Court Street, Woodland, CA 95695
Yolo Community Care Continuum
Yolo Community Care Continuum (YCCC) is a non-profit agency that provides an array of community-based programs for people experiencing a psychiatric disability including group housing options and life skills programs.
Location: 168 College Street, Woodland, CA 95695
Yolo Family Service Agency
Yolo Family Service Agency has provided preventative and therapeutic mental health care to individuals and families in Yolo County since 1959. Their core services include professional counseling in both English and Spanish for children, families, couples, and individuals coping with issues such as marital difficulties, parent/child conflict, depression, anxiety, the effects of trauma and abuse, custody and divorce, and grief and loss. They accept most insurance plans.
455 1st Street
Woodland, CA 95695
140 B Street, Suite 6C
Davis, CA 95616
West Sacramento Office:
637 Todhunter Avenue
West Sacramento, CA 95605
Yolo County Medi-Cal Mental Health Service Guide
This essential booklet, available to all Yolo County mental health clients, helps people navigate through the Yolo County mental health system. There are two sections to the booklet. The first section tells how to get help from the Yolo County Mental Health Plan and how it works. The second section is from the State of California and gives more general information about specialty mental health services. It tells you how to get other services, how to resolve problems, and what your rights are under the program. This booklet also tells you how to get information about the doctors, clinics and hospitals that the Yolo County Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health uses to provide services and where they are located.
Guide to Medi-Cal Mental Health Services:
Grief support services are available, free of charge, to those whose loved ones have been in their care, as well as to community members. Bereavement specialists and trained volunteers facilitate groups and family meetings, and provide individual support sessions, home visits and telephone contact as needed. Referrals to additional support resources are made when appropriate.
Telephone: (530) 758-5566 or 1-800-491-7711
Location: 1909 Galileo Court, Suite A Davis, CA 95618
The Friendship Line
The Friendship Line reaches out to older adults offering telephone counseling, support, reassurance, crisis intervention, elder abuse prevention, medication reminders, well-being checks, and information and referral. The friendship Line provides support to at-risk seniors, family members and their advocates 24 hours a day, 365 a year. Any person aged 60 years or older, their family members or any others who may be concerned can call.
Yolo County 24-Hour Crisis Line
*IMPORTANT – The after-hours and Toll-Free crisis phone number goes to the Yolo County Dispatch line. The operator will answer “County Dispatch” or “Communications.” Please don’t hang up. Identify your problem as a “Mental Health Crisis” and you will be connected with someone who can help you.
Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County (24 Hours Phone Line)
Confidential, anonymous telephone counseling and referral information is provided any time of day or night by trained crisis volunteers. Immediate crisis intervention over the phone can decrease the need for more intensive counseling services.
From Davis: (530) 756-5000
From Woodland: (530) 666-7778
From West Sacramento: (916) 372-6565
General Business Line: (530) 756-7542
LB Mediation provides conflict resolution assistance to families who are facing stress due to a current or upcoming transition that has occurred involving an elder adult. Lora Barrett, a mediator for over fifteen years, offers mediation or one-to-one conflict coaching within the Yolo, Sacramento, Placer, and Solano counties. She specializes in bringing families together through decision-making processes when a family with an elder is faced with new transitions.
Ombudsman Services provides advocacy services to residents in long-term care facilities (Skilled Nursing Facilities and Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly). Ombudsmen identify, receive, investigate, and resolve problems on behalf of residents. The ombudsman program also provides community education and training, consultations and information, maintains a presence in long-term care facilities, and witnesses advanced health care directives for residents who reside in Skilled Nursing Facilities.
Older Adult Mental Health Care Team
This team provides triage, crisis intervention assessments, therapeutic counseling, and wrap-around case management support for individuals aged 60 and older who present with a serious mental illness.
Adult Protective Services
Adult Protective Services provides resources, information and referral services to the elderly (65 and older) and to dependent adults (18- 64) who are suffering or at risk of abuse, exploitation or self-neglect. Adult Protective Services investigates allegations of abuse and links clients to the appropriate resources. Must use SOC341 reporting form.
Telephone: 530-661-2727 – From 8-5 anyone who calls will reach one of the APS staff or will get a call back from an APS staff.