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Alcohol, Drug, & Mental Health
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 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 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.
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.
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.
Is there a cost for alcohol and other drug services?
Yes, charges for alcohol and other services are based on a sliding fee scale. Many of our provider programs are funded by the Drug Medi-Cal program. All youth aged 12 years and older are eligible for Minor Consent Drug Medi-Cal; cost should not be a barrier to obtaining treatment.
How much do you charge for Mental Health services?
Generally, charges for Mental Health services depend on a variety of factors. If you have Medi-Cal, there may be a charge based on your income; a financial assessment will be provided at your first appointment. If you have Medicare, check with your health plan for more information.
How do I find a clinic?
Clinic locations and telephone numbers are:
Woodland Clinic 137 N. Cottonwood Street, Suite 1500
Woodland, CA 95695
Monday - Friday; 8am to 5pm
Davis Clinic 600 A Street
Davis, CA 95616
Monday & Wednesday; 8am to 5pm
West Sacramento Clinic 500B Jefferson Blvd.
West Sacramento, CA 95605
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday; 8am to 5pm
How do I obtain medical records from ADMH?
If you reside locally, a Release of Information Authorization/Request forms may be obtained at any of the Yolo County ADMH Clinics where staff is available to assist with completion of forms.
If you are unable to make your request in person, Release of Information Authorization/Request forms may be obtained by calling the ADMH Records Custodian at (530) 666-9078. Incomplete information may delay processing. Before submitting your request it is important to review the form for completion, including:
1) Personal identifying information of client, to include full name, date of birth and Social Security Number (last four digits are acceptable)
2) Name, address and phone number of the individual or organization to which you want records released
3) What the information will be used for
4) Description of requested information
5) Time period for the information being requested
6) Initials where required
7) Signature and date
How do I get a medication prescription or refill?
To get an initial prescription requires that you be seen by a physician. You must first contact ADMH’s 24 Hour Toll Free Access Line at (888) 965-6647 for screening and a referral, if appropriate.
To get a refill, contact the pharmacy that filled your prescription to see if any refills remain on your current prescription.
To get a prescription updated or renewed, you must contact the medical staff at the clinic which provided the prescription. Call (530) 666-8630 to schedule an appointment.
How do I make or change an appointment?
If you are an existing client, call (530) 666-8630 to make or change an appointment. If you have never been seen by ADMH, contact our 24 Hour Toll Free Access Line at (888) 965-6647.
How do I get services for an alcohol or drug problem for myself or a loved one?
The Yolo County Alcohol & Drug Program is primarily an administrative office that contracts with local community based organizations to provide alcohol and drug prevention, treatment, and recovery services to the community.
If you think you or someone you know might have an alcohol or drug problem, you can contact ADMH's 24 Hour Toll Free Access Line (888) 965-6647 for assistance in locating a service provider in your area. You can also find information about our Alcohol and Drug Service Providers by clicking here
How do I get mental health services for myself or a loved one?
If you have never been seen by ADMH, contact our 24 Hour Toll Free Access Line at (888) 965-6647 or Monday - Friday between the ours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, call 530-666-8630 for information.
How do I get help for someone having a mental health crisis?
There are three possibilities:
(1) If the crisis places anyone in immediate danger, call 911.
(2) If the crisis does not involve immediate danger, and if the person in crisis has insurance coverage through a health plan, call the health plan to get a referral to a covered mental health provider.
(3) For all others, call ADMHS’ 24 Hour Toll Free Access Line at (888) 965-6647. The call is toll free, and someone will answer to assist you 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.