Forensic Services



Mental Health Court Pilot: 
Court-based treatment and monitoring system for up to 10 adult offenders with serious mental illness, so as to improve the mental health of eligible individuals with mental illness and keep them from moving further into the criminal justice system. The system will be referred to as Mental Health Court (MHC). The pilot will be operated for a term of 12 months, evaluated at that point to determine if goals and objectives are being addressed, and then extended on an optional basis.

Misdemeanant Incompetent to Stand Trial Program:
This program provides case management services for individuals found incompetent to stand trial and charged with misdemeanors only (PC 1370.01). The focus of treatment as required by the court is to return the individual to trial competency. Services are provided in outpatient or inpatient settings depending upon the needs of the individual.

Forensic Conditional Release Program (CONREP):

Central Valley Conditional Release Program
9343 Tech Center Drive, Suite 110
Sacramento, CA 95826
(916) 379-9300


137 N. Cottonwood Street, Suite 1500, Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 666-8682; (530) 666-8663 fax
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8am - 5pm

Jail Drug and Alcohol Education Program:
Pre-programming inmates to prepare them for long term treatment programs or a introducing them to treatment tools prior to release, using 12-step concept as well as other curriculum. 

Driving Under the Influence (DUI):

Safety Center, Incorporated

First & Multiple Offender DUI Program Locations in Yolo County

520 Cottonwood Street, #6
Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 406-2298; (530) 406-2202 fax
8:30am - 5:30pm
Monday – Friday & Saturday
English & Spanish

West Sacramento
1450 Halyard, #1A
West Sacramento, CA 95691
(916) 373-3363; (916) 373-3364 fax
8:30am - 5:30pm
Monday – Friday & Saturday
English & Russian

2121 2nd Street, #A105
Davis, CA 95616
(530) 759-0121; (530) 759-0129 fax
8:30am – 5:30pm
Monday – Friday & Saturday
English & Spanish

PC1000 Drug Court:
This program, operating under Penal Code Section 1000, serves clients who accept Drug Court.  Clients are assessed and referred to the appropriate treatment.  Clients are required to come to court frequently for treatment update and support.

Adult Drug Court:
This adult drug court is for defendants who have been convicted of felony charges and have a history of significant drug/alcohol abuse, mental health issues, and have a history of failing on traditional probation. Participants receive intensive supervision by the Adult Drug Court Probation Officer and are given an indicated or suspended prison sentence by the judge and agree to complete the intensive drug court program.


Collaboration/Coordination Services:
Participation in Probation Pre-Placement Screening Committee, CFMG Clinical Case Staffing and Probation Referrals.