Where can family members of people with an alcohol or drug problem get help?
Contact Al-Anon at (888) 425-2666, help is provided for those concerned about someone with an alcohol or other drug problem.
Where do I get a Release of Information form?
Speak to any staff member at the front desk to obtain a Release of Information (ROI) form.
How long until I can get some medication?
An initial prescription requires you to be seen by a physician, this could possibly take up to 15 days. However, an appointment may be available sooner based on individual needs as determined by our triage staff.
How long until I can see a doctor?
The waiting period to see a doctor may take up to 15 days; however, an appointment could be available sooner depending on individual needs.
How do I submit a complaint, comment or compliment?
We welcome your feedback.
Send us an email and it will be forwarded to the appropriate person to handle your complaint, comment, or compliment. Click here to locate grievance and appeal forms. If you prefer to speak to someone personally, contact us at 530-666-8516 and your call will be directed appropriately.
Adult Specialty Mental Health Services are provided to consumers who are severely mentally ill (SMI) as defined by specific diagnosis and medical necessity based on level of functioning, using the LOCUS Tool, and includes those with Medi-Cal or Medicare/Medi-Cal or indigent consumers.
Low to Moderate Specialty Mental Health Services primarily encompass clinic based specialty mental health services for SMI adults, but can also include intermittent field based case management services to maintain linkage to psychiatric care and community resources. Types of services as defined by Medi-Cal include: assessment, psychotherapy (brief), targeted case management, plan development, collateral, rehabilitation and crisis intervention. An array of Intensive Specialty Mental Health Services are also available. Click here for additional information.
For Intensive Specialty Mental Health Services, see Full Service Partnership (FSP).
Service triage appointments are offered at the Woodland or West Sacramento office, during which a brief assessment of needs is done to help determine whether consumers fit within the SMI target population guidelines. Consumers who are assessed but do not meet target population guidelines are referred to community providers or other appropriate service providers. If determined at triage that the consumer would benefit from a more in depth assessment to review needs and determine medical necessity, they are then provided an assessment appointment with a clinician to complete a full bio/psycho/social assessment to help determine level of care need. All assessments are reviewed by a clinical manager for authorization of types/frequency of services offered (as described above). Consumers who are assessed but do not meet target population guidelines are referred to community providers or other appropriate service providers.
137 North Cottonwood Street
Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 666-8630 - Intake Line
(530) 666-8633 - Fax
Monday through Friday
500 B Jefferson Blvd, Suite 150
West Sacramento, CA 95605
(916) 375-6350- Intake Line
(916) 375-6355 - Fax
Tuesday & Thursday & Friday
- Mental Health Services Providers
- Substance Use Disorder Services Providers
- Beacon Health Strategies
- CommuniCare Health Centers
- Turning Point Community Programs
- Yolo Community Care Continuum