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Presented by: Michael Kennedy, MFT Behavioral Health Services Division – Director August 15, 2013 Tour of Sonoma County MHSA Funded Programs.

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1 Presented by: Michael Kennedy, MFT Behavioral Health Services Division – Director August 15, 2013 Tour of Sonoma County MHSA Funded Programs

2 County Facts: Square Miles: 1, th largest in CA 31% of residents live in the unincorporated areas of the County Population as of 2012: 491,829 21% under the age of 18 25% Latino

3 Services for Children Ages Birth to Five years old & their Families One phone call to Navigator to screen & direct families to appropriate care, including mental health, developmental services, medical care, social services needs Collaboration of 4 Local CBOs expert in working with young children and families Free evidence based Triple P – Positive Parenting Program training to ANY provider who works with children or families Free training to family practice providers in evidence based social/emotional screening

4 Sonoma County Office of Education sponsored Student Assistance Project: Project SUCCESS: 6 school districts – 17 high schools Partners: 5 Local CBOs for mental health services NAMI – Sonoma County School Based Services

5 Services for Seniors The Sonoma County OLDER ADULT COLLABORATIVE (OAC) A six agency collaborative, dedicated to the Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) of depression and suicide in the senior population. Service delivery is achieved by providing culturally competent, case management and mental health services to individuals residing in Sonoma County.

6 Community Action Partnership: Peer Outreach Coalition Nueva Vida - Stress Reduction Class Latino Service Providers Sonoma County Indian Health Project: Drum Circle Community Baptist Church Collaborative: Rites of Passage Class of 2012 Reducing Disparities Positive Images

7 Increasing Access to Care at Health Centers Alexander Valley Health Center Alliance Medical Centers Healdsburg - Windsor Alliance Medical Centers Healdsburg - Windsor Sonoma Community Health Center Petaluma Health Center Sonoma County Indian Health Project West County Health Centers Guerneville - Occidental - Sebastopol - Forestville (Teen Clinic & Wellness Center) West County Health Centers Guerneville - Occidental - Sebastopol - Forestville (Teen Clinic & Wellness Center) Santa Rosa Community Health Centers 17 locations located throughout Santa Rosa (Elementary, High school and Community College sites, homeless clinic, substance use disorders treatment satellite clinic; pediartics) Santa Rosa Community Health Centers 17 locations located throughout Santa Rosa (Elementary, High school and Community College sites, homeless clinic, substance use disorders treatment satellite clinic; pediartics)

8 Increasing Access to Care at Homeless Shelters & Service Centers

9 Community Intervention Training Began Trainings in March 2008 Over 300 Sonoma County law enforcement officers trained Full participation from all law enforcement agencies countywide NAMI – Sonoma County sponsors family panel

10 Mobile Support Team

11 Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) presentation CAPE Team Crisis, Assessment, Prevention, and Education

12 Prevention and Early Intervention Outreach Programs and Crisis Intervention System Community Intervention Program (CIP) Serves homeless providers, County-wide Health Centers, including Indian Health Project Mobile Support Team (MST) Meets law enforcement in the field and provides crisis intervention and 5150 evaluations. NAMI and consumers involved with this program. Available: 2 pm to Midnight/7 days per week Crisis, Assessment, Prevention, Education (CAPE) Team Serves college and high school students; provides MH training to teachers, parents, students. Substance Use Disorder Detox Available 24/7 Crisis Residential Available 24/7 – 10 Beds Up to 30 days stays Inpatient Hospital; Outpatient MH Services, Residential Treatment; Long Term Care; Supported Housing; Full Service Partnerships; Services to Youth & Families; Community Mental Health Centers – Petaluma, Guerneville, Sonoma, Cloverdale; Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Treatment; Substance Use Disorder Residential Treatment Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) / Crisis Stabilization (5150 Designation) Available 24/7 Accepts referrals from law enforcement & ERs

13 Russian River Empowerment Center Wellness & Advocacy Center Petaluma Peer Recovery Project Interlink Self Help Center Consumer Run Programs Consumer Relations Program

14 NAMI – Sonoma County co- sponsors events with Sonoma County Behavioral Health Healthy Sonoma A “May Is Mental Health Month” event

15 Vida Nueva – Rohnert Park Redwood Commons – Windsor Fife Creek Commons - Guerneville McMinn – Santa Rosa Housing Program

16 93 private and semi-private beds serving adults, adolescents and seniors. With a focus on improved mental health and the medical treatment of addictions. Aurora Santa Rosa will be the eighth acute psychiatric hospital under Aurora Behavioral Health Care.

17 county.org/health/about/behavioralhealth.asp


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