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Program Summaries

Work PlanRER Program NameProgram Name (& Contract Agency)Program DescriptionProgram GoalPopulation FocusServices OfferedD1D2D3D4D5Location and Contact Information
ALL-OEBehavioral Health Services - Victims of Trauma and TortureSurvivors of Torture InternationalOutpatient mental health services to Adults/Older Adults who are victims of trauma and torture with serious mental illness and children who suffer from a severe emotional disturbanceImprove access to mental health services, culture specific, outreach and education to persons with a serious mental illness or emotional disturbance who have been victims of torture and provide referrals for victims of trauma and torture who are indigent and do not meet medical necessityTransition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults with serious mental illness who are victims of trauma and torture• Bio-psychosocial rehabilitation services recovery
• Strength based, client and family driven and culturally competent programs
YYYYYSurvivors of Torture International
(619) 278-2400
ALL-OEBehavioral Health Services and Primary Care Integration ServicesMental Health and Primary Care Services Integration ServicesProvides services and treatment to adult patients with behavioral health problems through the Enhanced Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment modelProvide effective, evidence-based treatment for behavioral health interventions in a primary care settingAdults 18 to 59 years• Mental health assessment
• Dual diagnosis screening information
• Brief mental health services
• Linkages to services as needed
YYYYYCommunity Clinic Health Network
7535 Metropolitan Dr.
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 542-4300
ALL-OEBehavioral Health Services for Deaf & Hard of HearingDeaf Community ServicesAdult outpatient mental health clinic provides video, secure email, and phone consultation in a mental health walk-in outpatient clinic within San Diego CountyAssist clients who are deaf and hard of hearing to achieve a more adaptive level of functioningChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults who are deaf or hard of hearing and who have a serious mental illness or substance use disorder• Outpatient mental health services
• Case management
• Integrated substance use disorder treatment and rehabilitation
YYYYYDeaf Community Services of San Diego Inc.
1545 Hotel Circle S., Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 398-2437
ALL-OEClubhouse - Deaf or Hard of HearingDeaf Community Services ClubhouseRecovery and skill center/clubhouse for the Deaf or Hard of HearingAssist clients who are deaf and hard of hearing to achieve a more adaptive level of functioningTransition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults, who are deaf or hard-of-hearing who have or are at risk of a serious mental illness or co-occurring disorder• Member-operated recovery and skill development clubhouse program
• Services include social skill development, rehabilitative, recovery, vocational and peer support
YYYYYDeaf Community Services of San Diego Inc.
1545 Hotel Circle S., Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 398-2437
ALL-OEPsychiatric and Addiction Consultation and Family Support ServicesPsychiatric and Addiction Consultation and Family Support Services Smart CareProvides psychiatric and addiction consultation and family support services for primary care, pediatric and obstetric providers who serve patients with Medi-Cal or who are uninsured, throughout San Diego County, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older AdultsImprove the confidence, competence, and capacity of primary care pediatrics, and obstetricians in treating behavioral health conditions; increase identification of behavioral health issues, including suicide risk; provide education, referrals, and linkages to support familiesChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults• Psychiatric and addiction consultation
• Client education, referral, and linkage to services
YYYYYVista Hill Foundation
8910 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 514-5100
ALL-SDChaldean and Middle-Eastern Social ServicesChaldean and Middle-Eastern Social ServicesOutpatient mental health clinic provides treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorderProvide culturally competent treatment, services and referrals for individuals of Middle Eastern descent who experience mental health issues or a serious mental illnessAdults 18 years and older and eligible for Medi-Cal funded services• Outpatient mental health clinic which provides treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services
• Referrals and linkage support
YYYYYChaldean and Middle-Eastern Social Services
436 S. Magnolia Ave., Suite 201
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 401-7410
ALL-SDPsychiatric Emergency Response Team (PERT)Psychiatric Emergency Response TeamConnects law enforcement officers with psychiatric emergency clinicians to serve children and adults throughout the CountyImprove collaboration between the mental health and law enforcement systems with the goal of more humane and effective handling of incidents involving law enforcement officers and mentally ill and developmentally disabled individualsChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults, with a focus on veterans, homeless and the Native American community• Case coordination
• Linkage and limited crisis intervention services
• Training for law enforcement personnel
YYYYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
1202 Morena Blvd., Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 275-0892
CY-FSPChildren's FSP HousingTBDHomeless/Runaway Youth Behavioral Health FSP Shelter Beds for Transition Age Youth (TAY)TBDTBDTBDTBD


CY-FSPChildren's Full Service Partnership (FSP)TBDLocates and engages homeless and runaway youth for the purpose of increasing access to mental health services and family reunification. Individual/group/family services provided at schools, community, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesHomeless children and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYTBD


CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Child/Youth Case ManagementIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesHomeless children and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YRady Children's Hospital Central
3665 Kearny Villa Rd., Suite 101
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 966-5832
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Community CircleIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesHomeless children and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYYYFamily Health Centers - Logan Heights
2204 National Ave.
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 515-2382

Family Health Centers
3845 Spring Dr.
Spring Valley, CA 91977
(619) 255-7520
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Community Research Foundation - Crossroads Family CenterIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of family focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to children, youth and their familiesHomeless children and youth up to age 21 attending a Juvenile Court and Community School (JCCS) who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance (SED) criteria and who may be involved with the juvenile justice system• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Crossroads Family Center
1679 E. Main St., Suite 102
El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 441-1907
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Community Research Foundation - Mobile Adolescent Services Team (MAST)Mental Health assessment and treatment services for students and their families at the Juvenile Court and Community School (JCCS) sites, home, office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co- occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of family focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 attending a Juvenile Court and Community School (JCCS) who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance (SED) criteria and who may be involved with the juvenile justice system• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYYYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Mobile Adolescent Services Team
1202 Morena Blvd., Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 398-3261
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Community Research Foundation - Nueva Vista Family ServiceIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of family focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 attending a Juvenile Court and Community School (JCCS) who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance (SED) criterial and who may be involved with the juvenile justice system• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Nueva Vista Family Services
1161 Bay Blvd., Suite B
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 585-7686
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Counseling and Treatment Center - School Based Outpatient Children's Mental Health ServicesIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesHomeless children and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYYUnion of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC)
Children's Mental Health
1031 25th St., Suite C
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 232-6454
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Douglas Young Youth and Family ServicesIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offer case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client-and- family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Douglas Young Youth and Family Services
7907 Ostrow St., Suite F
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 300-8282
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)East County Behavioral Health ClinicIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offer case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YSan Diego Youth Services
1870 Cordell Ct., Suite 101
El Cajon, CA
(619) 448-9700
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)East County Outpatient Counseling ProgramIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria and who are in the juvenile justice or child welfare systems• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YSan Diego Center for Children
East Region Outpatient
7339 El Cajon Blvd., Suite K
La Mesa, CA 91942
(619) 668-6200
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Foster Family Agency Stabilization and Treatment (FFAST)Individual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of family focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21, involved in Child Welfare Services and residing in Foster Family Agency homes, who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYYYYSan Diego Center for Children
FFAST
8825 Aero Dr., Suite 110
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 633-4102

North County
145 Vallecitos de Oro, Suite 210
San Marcos, CA 92069
(858) 633-4115
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Learning Assistance CenterIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYYVista Hill Foundation
Escondido
1029 N. Broadway Ave.
Escondido, CA 92026
(760) 489-4126

Vista Hill Foundation - North Inland Ramona
1012 Main St., Suite 101
Ramona, CA 92065
(760) 788-9724
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Merit AcademyDay School Services provides individual, group and family services at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YVista Hill
1600 N. Cuyamaca St.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 994-7860
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Multi-Cultural Community Counseling - Full Service Partnership (FSP)Culturally specific individual/group/family services provided at home, community or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria•Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YUnion of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC)
Children's Mental Health
1031 25th St., Suite C
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 232-6454
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)North County LifelineIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatment.Provide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYNorth County Lifeline Oceanside
707 Oceanside Blvd.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 757-0118

North County Lifeline Vista
200 Michigan Ave.
Vista, CA 92084
(760) 726-4900
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Palomar Family Counseling ServicesIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYYPalomar Family Counseling Services
1002 East Grand Ave.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 741-2660

Palomar Family Counseling Services
120 West Hawthrone St.
Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 731-3235
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Para Las FamiliaIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 5 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Outreach and Engagement
YEpiscopal Community Services
Para Las Families
1424 30th St., Suite A
San Diego, CA 92154
(619) 565-2650
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Pathways CornerstoneIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YPathways Cornerstone
School Based Outpatient Treatment
6244 El Cajon Blvd., Suite 14
San Diego, CA 92115
(619) 640-3269
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Rady Outpatient Psychiatry North CoastalIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offer case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co- occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client-and- family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYRady Children's Hospital
North Coastal
3142 Vista Way, Suite 205
Oceanside, CA 92056
(760) 758-1480
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Rady Outpatient Psychiatry North InlandIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYYRady Children's Hospital
North Inland
625 W. Citacado Pkwy., Suite 102
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 294-9270
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)School Based ProgramCulturally specific individual/group/family services provided at home, community or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health servicesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
School Based Program
4660 Viewridge Ave.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 278-3292
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)School-Based Central- East- SouthIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYYRady Children's Hospital
Central-East-South
3665 Kearny Villa Rd., Suite 101
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 966-8471
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)School-Based Outpatient Behavioral Health ServicesProvide a full range of client and family focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to children, youth and their familiesProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YSocial Advocates for Youth
4275 El Cajon Blvd., Suite 101
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 283-9624
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)South Bay Community Services (Mi Escuelita)Culturally specific individual/group/family services provided at home, community or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YSouth Bay Community Services
430 F St.
Chula Vista, CA 91910
(619) 420-3620
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)TIDESCulturally specific Individual/group/family services provided at home, community or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to homeless children, youth and their familiesChildren and youth up to age 21 and their families who are underserved with a focus on Latino and Asian-Pacific Islanders• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYMCA-TIDES
4394 30th St.
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 543-9850
CY-FSPChildren's School Based Full Service Partnership (FSP)Youth Enhancement ServicesCulturally specific individual/group/family services provided at home, community or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of client- and family-focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health servicesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YSan Ysidro Health Center
Youth Enhancement Services
3025 Beyer Blvd., Suite E-101
San Diego, CA 92154
(619) 428-5533
CY-FSPTherapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS)Therapeutic Behavioral ServicesIntensive, individualized, one- to-one behavioral coaching program available to children/youth up to 21 years old who are experiencing a current emotional or behavioral challenge or experiencing a stressful life transitionReturn children/youth to their family or family-like setting, support permanency and enhance long-term successChildren up to age 21 who are Medi-Cal eligible and who are receiving specialty mental health reimbursable services• One on one behavioral coachingYYYYYNew Alternatives Inc.
TBS
8755 Aero Drive, Suite 230
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 256-2180
CY-FSPWraparound Services (WRAP) - Child Welfare Services (CWS)WrapWorksWraparound offers team based intensive and individualized case management to a child or youth within the context of their support system, leveraging both formal and informal supportsReturn children/youth to their family or family-like setting, support permanency and enhance long-term successChildren and youth up to age 21 who are involved with Child Welfare Services or Probation• Case management and rehabilitative services
• Intensive care coordination
• Intensive home-based services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication management
• Outreach at schools and the community
YYYYYTBD


CY-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - WomenPerinatal Outpatient - Homeless Outreach (North Coastal)Women and perinatal substance use disorder treatmentPerinatal outpatient substance use disorder and co-occurring treatment and recovery servicesWomen, pregnant and parenting women, and adolescent females ages 15 and older• Recovery servicesYNorth County Serenity Outpatient
3355 Mission Ave. #239
Oceanside, CA 92058
760-685-4840
CY-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - WomenPerinatal Outpatient - Homeless Outreach (Central)Women and perinatal substance use disorder treatmentPerinatal outpatient substance use disorder and co-occurring treatment and recovery servicesWomen, pregnant and parenting women, and adolescent females ages 15 and older• Recovery ServicesYVista Hill Foundation
8910 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 514-5100
CY-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - WomenPerinatal Outpatient - Homeless Outreach (East)Women and perinatal substance use disorder treatmentPerinatal outpatient substance use disorder and co-occurring treatment and recovery servicesWomen, pregnant and parenting women, and adolescent females ages 15 and older• Recovery ServicesYVista Hill Foundation
8910 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 514-5100
CY-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - WomenPerinatal Outpatient - Homeless Outreach (North Central)Women and perinatal substance use disorder treatmentPerinatal outpatient substance use disorder and co-occurring treatment and recovery servicesWomen, pregnant and parenting women, and adolescent females ages 15 and older• Recovery ServicesYMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
1400 North Johnson Ave., Suite 101
El Cajon, CA 92020
(562) 513-6917
CY-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - WomenPerinatal Outpatient - Homeless Outreach (North Inland)Women and perinatal substance use disorder treatmentPerinatal outpatient substance use disorder and co-occurring treatment and recovery servicesWomen, pregnant and parenting women, and adolescent females ages 15 and older• Recovery ServicesYMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
1400 North Johnson Ave., Suite 101
El Cajon, CA 92020
(562) 513-6917
CY-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - WomenPerinatal Outpatient - Homeless Outreach (South)Women and perinatal substance use disorder treatmentPerinatal outpatient substance use disorder and co-occurring treatment and recovery servicesWomen, pregnant and parenting women, and adolescent females ages 15 and older• Recovery ServicesYMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
1400 North Johnson Ave., Suite 101
El Cajon, CA 92020
(562) 513-6917
CY-OEParent Partner ServicesFamily/Youth Support Partnership ServicesTBDOutreach and Engagement services for children, youth, up to age 21, and their familiesLatino, Asian, and African American children and youth up to age 21• Outreach and Engagement
• Family Support Partners
• Case management
• Focus groups
• Support and Education Groups
• Community Presentations
YTBD


CY-SDAdolescent Day RehabilitationSan Diego Center for Children Residential Outpatient Children's Mental Health ServicesIndividual/group/family services to children and youth in a residential setting. Provides Independent Living Skills services to Child Welfare Services youth in placement. These services result in integrated treatment services for youth with co-occurring mental health substance use disordersReturn children/youth to their family or family-like setting; deter children/youth from placement in a higher level of care; and stabilize current placementChildren and youth up to age 18, residing at San Diego Center for Children, who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Medication services
• Independent Living Skills
YYYYYSan Diego Center for Children
3003 Armstrong St.
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 277-9550
CY-SDBHS Children, Youth and Families (CYF) LiaisonFamily Youth Liaison (YL)The Family Youth Liaison collaborates with Children, Youth and Families (CYF) administrative staff to ensure family and youth voice and values are incorporated into service development, implementation plans, and service deliveryAdvance, train, and coordinate family/youth partnership in CYF programsChildren and youth up to age21 served by CYF providers and their families• Coordinates administrative functions in which family/youth participate
• Trains CYF programs management staff to work with support Family/Youth Partners
• Develops and provides CYF system trainings and coaching sessions
• MHSA Issue Resolution point of contact
YYYYYNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
San Diego
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd., Suite 320
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 634-6580
CY-SDBridgeWays Program ServicesBridgeWays Program ServicesIndividual/group/family services provided at office/clinic, home, school or other community locations. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatmentProvide a full range of family focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to children, youth and their families who are at risk of involvement or currently involved in the Juvenile Justice SystemChildren and youth up to age 21, who are at risk of involvement or currently involved in the Juvenile Justice System, who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance (SED) criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Home Based Services
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
• Substance use services
YYYYYSan Diego Youth Services Bridge Ways
7364 El Cajon Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92115
(619) 221-8600 x2503
CY-SDCommercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC)San Diego Youth Services - I CAREIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, drop-in center or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatment. Supportive services at drop-in centerProvide a full range of family focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health and supportive services to children, youth and their families that are at risk for or are victims of commercial sexual exploitationChildren and youth up to age21 who are at risk for or are victims of commercial sexual exploitation and who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance (SED) criterial. Any at risk for or victim of commercial sexual exploitation who would benefit from supportive services at the drop-in center• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
• Assistance with housing
• Job skill assessment
• GED preparation
• Support groups
• Youth Partners
• Mentors
YYYYYSan Diego Youth Services
I CARE
3660 Fairmount Ave.
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 521-2550 x 3816
CY-SDCounty of San Diego - ProbationProbation After Hours (STAT Team)Multi-disciplinary team provides transitional services as youth rejoin the community following incarcerationEnsure probation children and youth with mental illness have access to mental health services, with successful reintegration into the community and potential reduction in recidivismProbation children and youth up to age 21 currently in detention or in the community who require mental health services to enhance functioning and reduce symptomology• Individual/group/family treatment
• Crisis intervention
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Medication management
• Community based mental health services
YYYYYProbation Administration
9444 Balboa Ave.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 514-3148
CY-SDCrisis Action and ConnectionCrisis Action and ConnectionProvides intensive support and linkage to services and community resources for children/youth who have had a recent psychiatric episodeImprove the ability of children and youth and their families to access and benefit from mental health services in order to divert or prevent readmission to acute servicesChildren and youth up to age21 who meet medical necessity and meet set criteria• Intensive case management and treatment to stabilize high risk youth
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
YNew Alternatives Inc.
Crisis Access & Connection
730 Medical Center Ct..
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 591-5740
CY-SDEmergency Screening Unit (ESU)Emergency Screening Unit (ESU)Provides crisis stabilization to children and youth experiencing a psychiatric emergencyReduce the use of emergency and inpatient services, prevent escalation, and promote the management of mental illnessChildren and youth up to age18 who are experiencing a psychiatric emergency• Crisis stabilization services for high risk youth
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
YYYYYNew Alternatives Inc.
Emergency Screening Unit
4309 Third Ave.
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 876-4502
CY-SDIncredible FamiliesTBDOutpatient mental health treatment and support services for children and families involved in Child Welfare ServicesReturn children/youth to their family or family-like setting; deter children/youth from placement in a higher level of care; and stabilize current placementFamilies and their children 2-14 years old who are dependents of Juvenile Dependency Court due to abuse and/or neglect• Weekly multi-family parent and child visitation event and meal for all family members
• Utilization of the Incredible Years evidence-based curriculum
• A primary therapist is assigned to each family
• Clinical support during family visitation events, as well as, during individual and family therapy
YYYYYTBD


CY-SDIncredible YearsChildren Seriously Emotionally DisturbedIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management and family partner supportProvide a full range of family focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health services to children through five years old, and their families, using the Incredible Years evidence-based program. The Incredible Years program includes parent training, teacher training and treatment services for children within a school- based program settingChildren through age 5 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria, and their families• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
YYYPalomar Family Counseling Services
1002 East Grand Ave.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 741-2660
CY-SDMedication Support for Wards and DependentsVista Hill - Juvenile Court ClinicProvides short term (no more than three months) individual/family treatment, psychotropic medication and linkage to community-based provider for on-going treatment to children and youth who may be involved in the juvenile justice or child welfare systemsAssist the youth and family with stabilization, support, linkage and coordination to community provider for ongoing mental health services if neededChildren and youth up to age21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria and who are in the juvenile justice or child welfare systems• Individual/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Medication services
YYYYYVista Hill
Juvenile Court Clinic
2851 Meadow Lark Dr.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 571-1964
CY-SDMental Health Services - For Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender or Questioning (LGBTQ)San Diego Youth Services - Our Safe PlaceIndividual/group/family services provided at schools, home, drop-in center or office/clinic location. Utilizing a team approach that when indicated offers case management, family or youth partner support, and/or co-occurring substance treatment. Supportive services at 4 drop-in centersProvide a full range of family focused, culturally and linguistically competent, strength based, comprehensive, trauma informed, data driven, and integrated mental health and supportive services to children, youth who identify as LGBTQ and their familiesLGBTQ children and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria. Any LGBTQ youth who would benefit from supportive services at the drop-in centers• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication services
• Outreach and Engagement
• Assistance with housing
• Job skill assessment
• General Education Diploma (GED) preparation
• Support groups
• Youth Partners
• Mentors
YYYYYSan Diego Youth Services
Our Safe Place
3427 4th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 525-9903
CY-SDPeer MentoringSan Pasqual Academy Children's Mental Health ServicesIndividual/group/family services to children and youth in an academy setting to support self- sufficiency. Provides peer mentorship services to Child Welfare Services youth in placement to foster adolescent growth towards independence and self sufficiencySupport adolescent growth towards independence and self sufficiency for youth preparing to exit the foster care systemChildren and youth at San Pasqual Academy ages 12-21 years old who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Individual/group/family treatment
• Care coordination
• Case management
• Rehabilitative services
• Medication services
• Independent Living Skills
YYYYYNew Alternatives Inc.
San Pasqual Academy
17701 San Pasqual Valley Rd.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 233-6005
CY-SDPlacement Stabilization ServicesCASSProvides mental health services to children and youth who are placed through Child Welfare Services in various foster home placements. Services available by referral from Child Welfare ServicesStabilize current placement, deter children and youth from placement in a higher level of care and support transition of children and youth back to their biological familiesFoster children and youth up to age 18 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria who are at risk of changing placement to a higher level of care• Assessment
• Case management and rehabilitative services
• Intensive care coordination
• Intensive home-based services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication management
• Outreach at schools and the community
YYYYYNew Alternatives Inc.
3517 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 407
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 955-8905
CY-SDPlacement Stabilization ServicesPolinskyProvides mental health assessment and treatment services to children and youth for a short term assessment period while at Polinsky Children's Center. Collaboration with Child Welfare Services for transition plan to enhance permanency and stabilityReturn children and youth to their family or family-like setting, support permanency and link children, youth and families to support services when indicatedChildren and youth up to age18 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria brought to Polinsky Children's Center by Child Welfare for a short assessment period• Assessment
• Case management and rehabilitative services
• Intensive care coordination
• Intensive home-based services
• Crisis intervention
• Medication management
• Outreach at schools and the community
YYYYYNew Alternatives Inc.
9400 Ruffin Ct.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 357-6879
CY-SDRural Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care ServicesRural Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care ServicesParaprofessionals within rural community clinics provide behavioral health education to prevent development of serious mental illness or addiction. Help patients manage health, emotional, and behavioral concernsPrevention and early intervention education to prevent development of serious mental health or addiction for children, transitional age youth and adults/older adultsChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults• Rural integrated behavioral health and primary care servicesYYVista Hill Foundation
8910 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 514-5400
CY-SDWalk-In Assessment Clinic and Mobile Assessment TeamBehavioral Crisis Center and Mobile Assessment Team ServicesProvides mobile crisis mental health services in conjunction with walk-in assessment clinics for the North County regionReduce the use of emergency and inpatient services, prevent escalation, and promote the management of mental illnessChildren and youth who are experiencing a mental health crisis or urgent need for mental health services• Crisis response & intervention
• Assessment
• Medication management
• Linkage to hospital
• Short term follow-up visits to facilitate warm hand-off as applicable and/or outpatient services, as indicated.
YNew Alternatives, Inc.
North County Crisis Intervention and Response Team
225 West Valley Pkwy., Suite 100
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 233-0133

New Alternatives, Inc.
1020 S. Santa Fe Ave., Suite B-1
Vista, CA 92084
(760) 233-0133
TAOA-FSPFull Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Institutional Case Management (ICM)Telecare Age wiseStrengths-Based Case Management, Full Service Partnership program for Older Adults in addition to having an Institutional case management componentIncreased access to mental health services and overcome barriers such as language, wait times, lack of knowledge or awareness of available services plus assist clients in long term care to graduate and be placed in the communityAdults 60 years and older with a serious mental illness who may be on LPS Conservatorship or who have needs that cannot be adequately met by a lower level of care• Care coordination and rehabilitation
• Field-based services have a participant-to-staff ratio that is approximately 25 to 1
• Case management
YYYYYTelecare Corporation
Telecare Age wise
6160 Mission Gorge Road, Suite 108
San Diego, CA 92120
(619) 481-5200
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)North Start ACTProvides an Assertive Community Treatment, Full Service Partnership program for persons 18 years and older who have been very high users of Medi-Cal hospital psychiatric services and/or institutional careProvide Assertive Community Treatment Services to persons with very serious mental illnessAdult 18 years and older with very serious mental illness who have been high users of Medi- Cal psychiatric hospital services and/or institutional care, including those with co- occurring substance use disorder• Assertive Community Treatment intensive, multidisciplinary treatment services for persons who have a very serious mental illness and needs that cannot be adequately met through a lower level of care
• Includes housing component
YYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
Escondido
474 W. Vermont Ave., Suite 104
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 294-1281
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Step Down from AcuteTBDFull Service Partnership/Assertive Community Treatment - Justice Integrated ServicesProvide Assertive Community Treatment Services to persons with serious mental illness, who maybe have a substance use disorder, are homeless or at risk of homelessness, who are discharging from an acute setting (Behavioral Health unit)Adults 18 years and older who have serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Assertive Community
• Treatment Services
• Includes housing component
YYYYYTBD


TAOA-FSPAdult Residential TreatmentChanging OptionsResidential facility for adults with serious mental disordersMaximize each individual’s recovery in the least restrictive environment through a comprehensive medical, psychological, and social approachAdults 18 years and older with disabling psychiatric disorder requiring a 24-hour Mental Health Rehabilitation Center• Psycho-educational and symptom/wellness groups
• Employment and education screening/readiness
• Skill development
• Peer support, and mentoring
• Physical health screening
• Referrals
YYYYYChanging Options Inc.
500 Third St.
Ramona, CA 92065
(760) 789-7299
TAOA-FSPAssisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT)Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT)Intensive community-based services for persons who establish an Assisted Outpatient Treatment court settlement agreement, persons who are court-ordered, persons who otherwise meet the eligibility criteria and voluntarily accept alternative services prior to an Assisted Outpatient Treatment petition being filedIntegrate behavioral health and rehabilitation treatment and recovery services for adults with a serious mental illness and have been identified as potential candidates by the In-Home Assessment Team, have agreed to an Assisted Outpatient Treatment court settlement, or have Assisted Outpatient Treatment status resulting from a contested court hearingAdults 18 years and older meeting Title 9 criteria as established under Laura's Law• Assertive Community Treatment with a rehabilitation and recovery focusYYYYYTelecare Corporation
1660 Hotel Circle N., Suite 101
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 481-3840
TAOA-FSPBehavioral Health CourtCollaborative Behavioral Health CourtUses the Assertive Community Treatment model to enhance the lives of individuals experiencing a serious mental illness and co- occurring conditions through case management and mental health servicesIntegrate mental health, substance- induced psychiatric disorder rehabilitation treatment, and recovery services for adults with serious mental illness to improve their mental health, quality of life in the community, and prevent recidivism in the criminal justice systemUnderserved adults,18 years and older, with serious mental and/or substance-induced psychiatric disorder illnesses, who have been incarcerated and are misdemeanor or felony offenders• Team-based management
• Peer support specialist
• Medication management
• Health care integration services
• Linkage to services in the community
• Housing subsidy
• Providing education/vocational services and training
YTelecare Corporation
4930 Naples St.
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 276-1176
TAOA-FSPCounty of San Diego - Institutional Case ManagementInstitutional Case ManagementProvides 5 Full Time Equivalent positions of Institutional Case ManagementStabilization and linkage to servicesChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults• Case ManagementYYYYYCounty of San Diego


TAOA-FSPCounty of San Diego - ProbationProbation Officer for BH CourtProbation Office for Behavioral Health CourtStabilization and linkage to servicesTransition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults• Transition servicesYYYYYCounty of San Diego


TAOA-FSPCounty of San Diego - ProbationProbation-FSP-ACT TeamInterventions, case management, and supervision of juveniles and adults who are at risk of entering the justice system or re-offending while placed on probation by the courtsReduce incarceration and institutionalization, provide timely access to services, and reduce homelessnessTransition Age Youth and Adults who have a serious mental illness• Mental health assessments
• Interventions
• Case Management
• Outreach and engagement
YYYYYProbation Administration
9444 Balboa Ave.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 514-3148
TAOA-FSPCrisis - Residential Services - North InlandEsperanza Crisis CenterTwenty-four hours a day, seven days a week service provided as an alternative to hospitalization or step down from acute inpatient care within a hospital for adults with acute symptoms of serious mental illness, including those who may have a co- occurring substance use disorderProvide alternative to hospital or acute inpatient careVoluntary adults 18 years and older with acute and serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Crisis residential services as an alternative to hospitalization or step down from acute in- patient care within a hospitalYYYYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
337 West Mission Ave.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 975-9939
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / and Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)IMPACT Downtown IMPACTFully integrated services to clients diagnosed with a serious mental illness, as well as individuals with co- occurring, mental health and substance disordersImprove the mental health and quality of life of adults in the community who have been or as-risk of becoming homeless and have a serious mental illness by increasing clinical and functional stability through an array of mental health services, housing opportunities and educational and employment supportsAdults 18-59 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, have serious mental illness (SMI), and who may also have a co-occurring condition of substance use in the Central and North Central Regions of San Diego• Linkage to food, housing and/or physical health services
• Medication management
• Vocational services
• Substance use disorder services
• Includes housing component
YYIMPACT
1260 Morena Blvd., Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 398-2156

Downtown IMPACT
995 Gateway Center Way, Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 398-2156
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)ACTION CentralThe 100 Homeless Project is a collaborative effort between the County of San Diego and San Diego Housing Commission which provides a hybrid integrated service model to homeless individuals with a serious mental illness who may have a co- occurring diagnosis of substance use disorderIntegrate wrap-around services with accessible housing that supports the homeless populationHomeless Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults who have a serious mental illness and may have a co-occurring diagnosis of substance use disorder• Medication management and monitoring Individual therapy
• Outpatient substance use disorder treatment
• Intensive case management, Employment support
• Peer counseling
• Supportive housing component
YMental Health Systems, Inc. (MHS)
ACTION Central
6244 El Cajon Blvd., Suite 15-18
San Diego, CA 92115
(858) 380-4676
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)ACTION EastServices for homeless persons with serious mental illness or substance use disorderPlanned hybrid model will integrate Assertive Community Treatment intensive case management services with substance use disorder treatment and recovery servicesHomeless Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults with a serious mental illness who may have a co-occurring diagnosis of substance use disorder• Mental health rehabilitation Treatment and recovery services for clients with substance use disorder
• Integrated case management services with substance use disorder treatment and recovery services
• Supportive housing component
YMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
ACTION East
10201 Mission Gorge
Rd., Suite O Santee, CA 92071
(619) 383-6868
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)Center Star ACT24-hour community -based treatment for individuals with a criminal justice background who have been diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illnessProvides Assertive Community Treatment Services to persons with very serious mental illnessAdults 25 to 59 years old who have a serious mental illness and adults 18 years and older who may have been homeless• Clinical case management Mental health services with a rehabilitation and recovery focus
• Supportive housing
• Educational and employment development
• Individual and group rehabilitation counseling
• Psychiatric assessment
YYYYYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
4283 El Cajon Blvd., Suite 115
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 521-1743
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)Full Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Project One-for- All POFA - 100 City StarFull Service Partnership Assertive Community Treatment team and recovery services program will use a "Housing First" approachEnsure clients are provided access to good quality housing in the Central and North Central Regions of San Diego CountyTransition Age Youth, adults18 and older who are homeless, have serious mental illness and who may have a co- occurring diagnosis of substance abuse• Supportive HousingYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
4283 El Cajon Blvd., Suite 115
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 521-1743
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)Full Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Project One-for- All POFA - South Region (100 SMI Slots) HousingFull Service Partnership Assertive Community Treatment team and recovery services Program will use a "Housing First" approachEnsure clients are provided access to good quality housing in the South Region of San Diego CountyTransition Age Youth, adults18 and older who are homeless, have serious mental illness and who may have a co- occurring diagnoses of substance abuse• Supportive HousingYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
855 Third Ave., Suite 1110
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 398-0355
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)Gateway to RecoveryProvides an Assertive Community Treatment, Full Service Partnership program for person 18 years and older who have been very high users of Medi-Cal hospital psychiatric services and/or institutional careProvide Assertive Community Treatment Services to persons with very serious mental illnessAdults 18 years and older with very serious mental illness who have been high users of Medi- Cal psychiatric hospital services and/or institutional care, including those with co- occurring substance use disorder• Assertive Community Treatment intensive, multidisciplinary treatment services for who have a very serious mental illness and needs that cannot be adequately met through a lower level of care
• Probation-funded Assertive Community Treatment component
• Includes housing component
YYYYYTelecare Corporation
3132 Jefferson St.
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 683-3100
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)North Star - Strengths Based Case Management (SBCM)Full Service Partnership Strengths- Based Case ManagementRecovery-oriented strengths-based clinical case management services to persons with serious mental illnessAdults 25 to 59 years old who have a serious mental illness, are homeless or at risk of homeless• Strengths based case managementYYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
Escondido
474 W. Vermont Ave., Suite 104
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 294-1281
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)Pathways to RecoveryAssertive Community Treatment and In-Reach for adults in and discharged from long-term careServices are designed using the Assertive Community Treatment model and provided by a multi- disciplinary team of professional and paraprofessional staff such as: counselors, social workers, peer specialist, vocational specialist, housing specialists, nurses, physician's assistants, medical doctors, and substance use disorder specialistsAdults 18-59 years old with serious mental illness and are, or recently have been, in a long term care institutional setting• Provide Assertive Community Treatment Team
• Multidisciplinary, wraparound treatment and rehabilitation services for adults discharged from long-term care facilities who have a serious mental illness and needs that cannot be adequately met through a lower level of care
• Includes an in-reach component for some persons served by the county institutional case management program
• Includes housing component
YYYYYTelecare Corporation
3132 Jefferson St.
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 683-3100
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)Senior IMPACTOffers intensive, comprehensive, community -based integrated behavioral health servicesIncrease timely access to services and supports to assist Older Adults and family/ caregivers in managing independent living, reducing isolation, improving mental health, and remaining safely in their homesAdults 60 years and older who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and have serious mental illness• Linkage to food, housing and/or physical health services
• Medication management
• Vocational services
• Substance use disorder services
• Includes housing component
YYYYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Senior IMPACT
928 Broadway
San Diego, CA 92102
(619) 977-3716
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership(FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)TBDTransition Age Youth Assertive Community Treatment Full Service Partnership. Services are team- based, available around the clock, are primarily delivered on an outreach basis, and have a participant-to-staff ratio that is approximately 10-12 to 1Provide Assertive Community Treatment Team intensive, multidisciplinary, wraparound treatment and rehabilitation services for Transitional Age Youth who have a serious mental illness, may be on LPS Conservatorship, and have needs that cannot be adequately met through a lower level of careTransition Age Youth with a serious emotional disturbance or serious mental illness (who may have a co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorder) that have been homeless or may be at risk of being homeless• Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) mental health
• Includes housing component
YYYYYTBD


TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)TBDFull Service Partnership/Assertive Community Treatment - Justice InvolvedTBDTBDTBDTBD


TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - HousingTBDFull Service Partnership/Assertive Community Treatment - Transition Age Youth (TAY) HousingTBDTBDTBDTBD


TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Step down from IMDCity Star ActFull Service Partnership/Assertive Community TreatmentProvide Assertive Community Treatment Services to persons with serious mental illness, who maybe have a substance use disorder, are homeless or at risk of homelessness, who are discharging from long term care (IMD, Skilled Nursing Facility, State Hospital)Adults 18 years and older who have serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder and justice involved• Assertive Community Treatment Services
• Includes housing component
YYYYYMental Health Services Inc. (MHS)
8775 Aero Dr., Suite 132
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 609-8742
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Transitional Residential ProgramCasa PacificaTransitional residential program serves abused and neglected children and adolescents, and those with severe emotional, social, behavioral, and mental health challengesIncrease independent living and reduce hospitalizations through educational and employment opportunitiesAdults/Older Adults who are homeless with a serious mental illness• Medication Support
• Case management/Brokerage
• Crisis intervention
• Rehabilitative and recovery interventions in a transitional residential setting
YYYYYCasa Pacifica
321 Cassidy St.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 721-2171
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Transitional Residential ProgramCrestwood Behavioral Health, Inc.Full Service Partnership/Assertive Community Treatment - Transitional Residential and Adult Residential FacilityProvide transitional residential beds and bio-psychosocial rehabilitative services to seriously mentally ill adults with co-occurring disordersTBDTBDYYYYYCrestwood Behavioral Health, Inc.
5550 University Ave, Suite A
San Diego, Ca 92105
(619) 481-5447
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Transitional Residential ProgramTBDFull Service Partnership/Assertive Community Treatment - Transitional Residential and Adult Residential FacilityTBDAdults 18 years and older who have serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorderTBDTBD


TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) / Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) - Transitional Residential ProgramUptown Safe HavenResidential transitional housing program that provides supportive services for those who are homeless and have a serious mental illnessProvide residential support, crisis intervention, and transitional housing servicesAdults/Older Adults who are homeless with a serious mental illness• Temporary housing for eligible individuals
• Provide food
• Linkage to transitional housing
• Case management
YYYYYUptown Safe Haven
2822 5th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 294-7013
TAOA-FSPFull Service Partnership (FSP) and Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)North Start ACT SBCMFull Service Partnership/Assertive Community Treatment with supportive housing and Strengths- Based Case Management. Project- One-For-All (POFA) 100Central/North HousingReduce homelessness and provide comprehensive ACT 'wraparound' mental health services for adults with most severe illness, most in need due to severe functional impairments, and who have not been adequately served by the current systemAdults 25 to 59 years old who have a serious mental illness, are homeless or at risk of homeless. Adults 18-59 years old who are eligible for Medi- Cal funded services or are indigent• Strengths-based case management
• Rehabilitation and mental health services with a focus on adults who meet eligibility criteria
• Supportive housing component
YYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
Escondido
474 W. Vermont Ave., Suite 104
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 294-1281
TAOA-FSPNorth Coastal Mental Health Center and Vista ClinicNorth Coastal Mental Health Clinic and Vista BPSR ClinicOutpatient mental health and rehabilitation and recovery, crisis walk in, peer support, homeless outreach, case management and long term vocational supportIncrease mental health services for Transition Age Youth. Decrease incidence of homelessness. Increase client's self-sufficiency through development of life skillsAdults 18 years and older who have serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Transition Age Youth emphasis• Outpatient mental health clinic
• Treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services
YMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
North Coastal Mental Health Center
3209 Ocean Ranch (TEMP SITE)
Oceanside, CA 92058
(760) 967-4483

Mental Health Systems Inc. (MHS) - Vista
550 West Vista Way, Suite 407
Vista, CA 92083
(760) 758-1092
TAOA-FSPPayee Case Management ServicesRep PayeePayee case management servicesKey component of the program is increasing clients' money management skillsAdults 18 years and older• Payee Case Management with a rehabilitation and recovery focus to adults who meet eligibility criteria
• Increasing clients money management skill
• Bio-Psycho-Social Rehabilitation (BPSR)
YYYYYNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
San Diego Adult Outpatient
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 634-6590
TAOA-FSPShort-Term Mental Health Intensive Case Management - High UtilizersTransition TeamProvides Short-term Intensive Transition Team to serve individuals who are or have recently been hospitalizedProvide Assertive Community Treatment Services to persons with very serious mental illnessAdults 18 years and older• Short-term Intensive Transition TeamYYYYYTelecare Corporation
3132 Jefferson St.
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 683-3100
TAOA-FSP | TAOA-SDStrengths Based Case Management (SBCM) Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPRS)Maria Sardinas CenterSouth Region (Southern Area) strengths-based case managementProvide strengths-based case management services to persons with serious mental illnessAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Transition Age Youth population and Probation- funded AB 109 component• Outpatient mental clinic
• Strengths-based case management
YMaria Sardinas Wellness & Recovery Center
1465 30th St., Suite K
San Diego, CA 92154
(619) 428-1000
TAOA-FSP | TAOA-SDStrengths Based Case Management (SBCM) Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPRS)South Bay Guidance Wellness and Recovery CenterSouth Region (Northern Area) strengths-based case managementProvide strengths-based case management services to persons with serious mental illnessAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Outpatient mental clinic
• Strengths-based case management
YSouth Bay Guidance Wellness and Recovery Center
835 3rd Ave., Suite C
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 429-1937
TAOA-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - AdultMid-Coast Regional Recovery CenterNon-residential substance use disorder treatment and recovery service center. Incorporating evidence-based treatment and recovery servicesEnsure that adults experiencing co- occurring substance use disorder and mental health problems receive services that comprehensively address both disorders, so the individual may achieve a substance use disorder free lifestyleAdults 18 years and older with substance use disorder, including those who may have co-occurring mental health• Non-residential substance use disorder treatment and recovery services to Transition Age Youth, adults and older adults with substance use disorder-induced problems, including co-occurring mental health disorders
• Services incorporate evidence-based treatment and recovery service approaches that incorporate both the 12- step models (e.g., AA, NA) and non-12-step models (e.g., SMART Recovery, Rational Recovery, and Secular Organizations for Sobriety). Also, PC 1000 (Deferred Entry of Judgement) drug diversion services to adults
YVista Hill Foundation
8910 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 514-5100
TAOA-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - AdultNorth Coastal Regional Recovery CenterNon-residential substance use disorder treatment and recovery service center for adults 18 years and older with substance use disorder including those who may have a co- occurring mental health disorderAssist individuals to become and remain free of substance use disorder. For clients with co- occurring disorders, the goal is to ensure that adults experiencing co-occurring substance use disorder and mental health problems receive services that comprehensively address both disordersAdults 18 years and older with substance use disorder(s), including those who may have co-occurring mental health and substance use• Evidence-based treatment and recovery services approaches that incorporate both 12-step models (e.g., AA, NA) and non-12 step models (e.g., SMART Recovery, Rational Recovery, Secular Organizations for Sobriety)
• Provide PC 1000 (Deferred Entry of Judgment) drug diversion services to adults
YMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
2821 Oceanside Blvd.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 721-2781
TAOA-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - AdultSouth Regional Recovery CenterNon-residential substance use disorder treatment and recovery service center. Incorporating evidence-based treatment and recovery servicesEnsure that adults experiencing co- occurring substance use disorder and mental health problems receive services that comprehensively address both disorders, so the individual may achieve a substance use disorder free lifestyleAdults 18 years and older with substance use disorder, including those who may have co-occurring mental health• Non-residential substance use disorder treatment and recovery services to Transition Age Youth, adults and older adults with substance use disorder-induced problems, including co-occurring mental health disorders
• Services incorporate evidence-based treatment and recovery service approaches that incorporate both 12-step models (e.g., AA, NA) and non-12 step models (e.g., SMART Recovery, Rational Recovery, and Secular Organizations for Sobriety). Also, PC 1000 (Deferred Entry of Judgment) drug diversion services to adults
YMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
South Regional Recovery Center
1180 Third Ave., Suite C-3
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 691-8164
TAOA-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - AdultEast Regional Recovery CenterNon-residential substance use disorder treatment and recovery service center for adults 18 years and older with substance use disorder including those who may have a co- occurring mental health disorderAssist individuals to become and remain free of substance use disorder problems addressing both disorders for adults experiencing co-occurring substance use disorder and mental health problemsAdults 18 years and older with substance use disorder problems, including those who may have co-occurring mental health disorder• Non-residential substance use disorder treatment rehabilitation servicesYMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
East Regional Recovery
1365 North Johnson Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 440-4801
TAOA-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - AdultNorth Inland Regional Recovery CenterNon-residential substance use disorder treatment and recovery service center for adults 18 years and older with substance use disorder including those who may have a co- occurring mental health disorderEnsure that adults experiencing co- occurring substance use disorder and mental health problems receive services that comprehensively address both disorders, so the individual may achieve a substance use disorder free lifestyleAdults 18 years and older with substance use disorder, including those who may have co-occurring mental health• Non-residential substance use disorder treatment and recovery services to Transition Age Youth, adults and older adults with substance use disorder-induced problems, including co-occurring mental health disorders
• Services incorporate evidence-based treatment and recovery service approaches that incorporate both 12-step models (e.g., AA, NA) and non-12 step models (e.g., SMART Recovery, Rational Recovery, and Secular Organizations for Sobriety.) Also, PC 1000 (Deferred Entry of Judgement) drug diversion services to adults
YMcAlister Institute for Treatment and Education
North Inland Recovery Center
200 East Washington Ave., Suite 100
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 741-7708
TAOA-OENon-Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment & Recovery Services - AdultSubstance Use Disorder Recovery CenterNon-residential substance use disorder treatment and recovery for adults and Transition Age YouthSupport integrated treatment of co- occurring disorder issues for those enrolled in substance use disorder treatment. Reduce stigma associated with mental health concerns and provide additional support or referrals according to neededAdults 18 years and older who are Asian and Pacific Islander• Non-residential substance use disorder treatment
• Family education
YUnion of Pan-Asian Communities (UPAC)
3288 El Cajon Blvd., Suites 3, 6, 10, 11, 12 & 13
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 521-5720
TAOA-SDAugmented Services Program (ASP)TBDAugmented Services Program to provide additional therapeutic and support services in licensed residential care facilitiesThe goal of ASP is to maintain or improve client functioning in the community and to prevent or minimize institutionalizationAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness living in San Diego County• Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licenses residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities); Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from these B&C facilities beyond the basic B&C level of careYYYYYTBD


TAOA-SDBio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR)Areta Crowell ClinicBio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, case management; and long term vocational supportIncrease access to mental health services and overcome barriers such as language, wait times, lack of knowledge or awareness of available servicesAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder living in San Diego County• Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adults age 18 years and older who have serious mental illness
• Services provided at a Bio- Psychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery center with Supported Housing
YYAreta Crowell BPSR Program
1963 4th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 233-3432 ext. 1308
TAOA-SDBio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR)Community Wellness CenterCertified Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery Center that provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, case management; and long-term vocational supportIncrease access to mental health services and overcome barriers such as language, wait times, lack of knowledge or awareness of available servicesAdult 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder living in San Diego County• Outpatient mental health clinic providing Medi-Cal certified treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services
• This clinic offers walk in service during their normal hours of operation
YNew Leaf Recovery Center
3539 College Ave.
San Diego, CA 92115
(619) 818-1013
TAOA-SDBio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR)Douglas Young BPSR CenterNorth Central Region Adults Region Adults/Older Adults Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery CenterIncrease the number of Transition Age Youth with serious mental illness receiving integrated, culturally specific mental health services countywideAdults/Older Adults who have a serious mental illness, including those with co- occurring substance use disorder, and Medi-Cal eligible or indigent• Provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, an urgent walk-in component, case management; and long-term vocational supportYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF) - Douglas Young
10717 Camino Ruiz, Suite 207
San Diego, CA 92126
(858) 695-2211
TAOA-SDBio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR)Heartland CenterProvides Adults/Older Adults Bio- Psychosocial Rehabilitation clinical outpatient services that integrate mental health services and rehabilitation treatment and recovery serviceProvide outpatient mental health services and AB 109 enhanced mental health outpatient services to persons with very serious mental illnessAdults/older adults with a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery Probation-funded AB 109 componentYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
East Region Heartland Center
1060 Estes St.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 440-5133
TAOA-SDBio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR)Jane Westin Wellness & Recovery CenterUrgent Walk-In Services for Mental Health EvaluationProvide one time, short-term mental health evaluation, psychiatric consultation, and linkage in the community to assist clients on their path to recoveryAdults 18 years and older who have serious mental illness including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Walk-In access and assessment
• Treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services
YYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Jane Westin Wellness & Recovery Center
1568 6th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 235-2600 ext. 201
TAOA-SDBio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR)Logan Heights Family CounselingProvides outpatient, case management, brokerage and vocational support servicesIncrease access to mental health services and overcome barriers such as language, wait times, lack of knowledge awareness or awareness of available servicesAdult/Older Adults individuals who have serious mental illness/co-occurring disorder and are eligible for Medi-Cal or are indigent• Bio-psychosocial rehabilitation wellness recovery center
• Outpatient treatment, case management/brokerage, and peer support
• Rehabilitative, recovery, and vocational services and supports
YYFamily Health Centers
Logan Heights
2204 National Ave.
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 515-2355
TAOA-SDBio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (BPSR)Project Enable Outpatient ProgramProvides a Short-Doyle Medi-Cal certified Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery Center that provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, an urgent walk-in component, and case management brokerageProvide outpatient mental health rehabilitation, recovery services, an urgent walk-in component, and case management brokerageTransition Age Youth, Adults and Older Adults with a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder; Adults/Older Adults who are low income or Medi-Cal eligible• Provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, an urgent walk-in component, and case management brokerageYYNeighborhood House Association
Project Enable
286 Euclid Ave.
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 266-9400
TAOA-SDClient Liaison ServicesClient Liaison ServicesClient liaison services aims to increase client participation and involvement in Behavioral Health Services Adult and Older Adult System of Care through peer advocacyDevelop and coordinate increasing client involvement and partnership in the development of policies, practices and programs to ensure client needs are accommodatedAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness and receive services through Behavioral Health Services• Peer advocacy
• Engagement and education
YYYYYRecovery Innovations, Inc.
2701 North 16th St
Phoenix, AZ 85006
(602) 650-1212
TAOA-SDClient Operated Peer Support ServicesClient Operated Peer Support ServicesClient-operated peer support services program that includes countywide peer education, peer advocacy, peer counseling, peer support of client- identified goals with referrals to support agenciesIncrease client-driven services to empower people with serious mental illness by decreasing isolation and increasing self-identified valued roles and self-.sufficiencyAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness living in San Diego County• Client-operated peer support services program that includes countywide peer education, peer advocacy, peer counseling, peer support of client-identified goals with referrals to relevant support agencies
• Skill development classes to adults with serious mental illness
YYYYYRecovery Innovations, Inc.
2701 North 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85006
(602) 636-4400
TAOA-SDClubhouseCasa Del Sol Clubhouse (South Region)Provides mental health-related recovery group counseling, social support services and employment development to membersProvide member-driven clubhouse services to individuals experiencing and/or recovering from serious mental illnessAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder living in San Diego County• Group counseling
• Social support
• Employment and education services
• Support access to medical, psychiatric, and other services
YCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
South Bay Casa Del Sol Clubhouse
1157 30th St.
San Diego, CA 92154
(619) 429-1937
TAOA-SDClubhouseEast Region ClubhouseProvides mental health-related recovery group counseling, social support services and employment development to membersProvide member-driven clubhouse services to individuals experiencing and/or recovering from serous mental illnessAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness living in San Diego County• Group counseling
• Social support
• Employment and education services
• Support access to medical, psychiatric, and other services
YTBD


TAOA-SDClubhouseEpiscopal Community Services Friend to Friend (F2F) Clubhouse (Central Region)Provides mental health-related recovery group counseling, social support services and employment development to members. In addition, the clubhouse provides street outreach to engage homeless adults with serious mental illness, including veterans, who may also have co-occurring substance use disorderIncrease countywide social and community rehabilitation activities and employment services. Increase client's self-sufficiency through development of life skillsHomeless Adults/Older Adults who have a serious mental illness; Services are in Central Region with an emphasis in downtown San Diego• Group counseling Social support
• Employment and education services
• Support access to medical, psychiatric, and other services
YNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
San Diego
5095 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite 320
San Diego CA 92123
(619) 543-1434
TAOA-SDClubhouseEscondido ClubhouseProvides mental health-related recovery group counseling, social support services and employment development to membersIncrease countywide social and community rehabilitation activities and employment services. Increase client's self-sufficiency through development of life skillsAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness living in San Diego County• Group counseling
• Social support
• Employment and education services
• Support access to medical, psychiatric, and other services
YMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
474 W. Vermont Ave., Suite 105
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 737-7125
TAOA-SDClubhouseMariposa Clubhouse (North Coastal Region)Provides mental health-related recovery group counseling, social support services and employment development to membersIncrease countywide social and community rehabilitation activities and employment services. Increase client's self-sufficiency through development of life skillsAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness living in San Diego County• Group counseling
• Social support
• Employment and education services
• Support access to medical, psychiatric, and other services
YMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
1701 Mission Ave, Suite 120
Oceanside, CA 92058
(760) 439-2769
TAOA-SDClubhouseNeighborhood House Application Friendship Clubhouse (Central Region)Provides mental health-related recovery group counseling, social support services and employment development to membersIncrease countywide social and community rehabilitation activities and employment services. Increase client's self-sufficiency through development or life skillsAdults/Older Adults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness and who are eligible for Medi-Cal funded services or are indigent, including those with co- occurring substance use disorders• Provides rehabilitation services
• Assist clients to achieve goals in areas such as employment, education, social relationships, recreation, health, and housing, and supports access to medical, psychiatric, and other services
YYNeighborhood House Association
286 Euclid Ave.
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 266-9400
TAOA-SDClubhouseTBDTo provide mental health-related recovery group counseling, social support services and employment development to transition age youth membersMember-driven center that assists to achieve goals in areas such as employment, education, social relationships, recreation, health, and housing, and supports access to medical, psychiatric, and other servicesTransition Age Youth 16 to 25 years old diagnosed with a serious mental illness who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Provides clubhouse services to transition age youth 16 to 25 years old diagnosed with a serious mental illness who may have a co-occurring substance use disorderYYYYYTBD


TAOA-SDClubhouseThe Corner Clubhouse -Areta Crowell (Central Region)Provides mental health-related recovery group counseling, social support services and employment development to membersIncrease countywide social and community rehabilitation activities and employment service. Increase client's self-sufficiency through development or life skillsAdults/Older Adults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness including those with co-occurring substance use disorders• Group counseling
• Social support
• Employment and education services
• Support access to medical, psychiatric, and other services
YCorner Clubhouse
2864 University Ave.
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 683-7423
TAOA-SDClubhouseThe Meeting Place & Warm LineThe program offers a non-crisis phone service seven hours a day, seven days a week that is run by adults for adults who are in recovery from mental illness clubhouse also offers social security income advocates and peer support lineIncrease countywide social and community rehabilitation activities and employment services. Increase client's self-sufficiency through development of life skills. The aim of the program is for the support line to be an essential support service for persons recovering from mental illnessUnderserved Adults/Older Adults 18 years and older with a serous mental illness including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Provides rehabilitative, recovery, health and vocational services and supportsYThe Meeting Place
2553 State St., Suite 101
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 294-9582
TAOA-SDClubhouseVisions Clubhouse (South Region)Provides mental health-related recovery group counseling, social support services and employment development to membersProvide member-driven clubhouse services to individuals experiencing and/or recovering from serious mental illnessAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder and reside in San Diego County• Group counseling
• Social support
• Employment and education services
• Support access to medical, psychiatric, and other services
YMental Health Association
Visions Clubhouse
226 Church Ave.
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 420-8603
TAOA-SDClubhouse - BPSRBPSR Center (Mid City) BPSR Center (Serra Mesa) EAST WINDProvides outpatient, case management brokerage, clubhouse and vocational support servicesIncrease countywide social and community rehabilitation activities and employment services. Increase client’s self-sufficiency through development of life skillsMonolingual and/or limited English proficient Asian/Pacific Islander adults who have a serious mental illness• Case management
• Mobile outreach
• Long-term vocational services, outpatient mental health rehabilitation; recovery services
YYUnion of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC) - Mid City
5348 University Ave., Suites 101 & 120
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 229-2999

Union of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC)
UPAC Serra Mesa
8745 Aero Dr., Suite 330
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 268-4933
TAOA-SDCrisis Stabilization - North InlandCrisis Stabilization UnitCrisis Stabilization Unit in the North Inland Region for San Diego County residents who are experiencing a psychiatric emergency, which may also include co-morbid substance use disorder problemsImpact unnecessary and lengthy involuntary inpatient treatment, as well as to promote care in voluntary recovery oriented treatment settingsVoluntary and involuntary adults with a serious mental illness• Provide a twenty-four hour, seven days a week hospital- based Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) for adult and older adult Medi-Cal beneficiaries.YYPalomar Health
555 E. Valley Pkwy. Escondido, CA 92025 (760) 739-3000

TAOA-SDFaith BasedTBDFaith Based Behavioral Health Training and Education Academy to train faith-based members to support existing crisis response teams (Formerly INN 13 Faith Based Initiative)TBDTBDTBDYTBD


TAOA-SDFaith BasedTBDFaith Based Wellness and Mental Health In-Reach Ministry to provide support to existing crisis response teams (Formerly INN 13 Faith Based Initiative)TBDTBDTBDYYYYYTBD


TAOA-SDHome FinderHome FinderHousing support for BHS adult clinicsIdentify and secure safe and affordable housingAdults 18 years and older who are enrolled in BHS programs with serious mental illness who are homeless or at risk for homelessness• Support identifying and securing safe and affordable housing (both single and shared occupancy).
• Create and update a centralized hub for housing resources and roommate matching services
• Provides flex funds to support resident retention.
• Housing resources and education to clients, staff, and landlords regarding affordable housing for people with serious mental illness
YYAlpha Project for the Homeless
3860 Calle Fortunada
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 542-1877
TAOA-SDIn-Home Outreach Teams (IHOT)In-Home Outreach Team IHOT - North Inland, North CentralMobile In-Home Outreach Team for serious mental illnessReduce the effects of untreated mental illness in individuals with serious mental illness and their families, and to increase family member satisfaction with the mental health system of careAdults/Older Adults reluctant to seek treatment.• In-Home Mobile OutreachYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
IHOT
365 Rancho Santa Fe Rd., Suite 100
San Marco, CA 92078
(760) 591-0100
TAOA-SDIn-Home Outreach Teams (IHOT)In-Home Outreach Team IHOT Central/East/ SouthMobile In-Home Outreach Teams for a serious mental illnessReduce the effects of untreated mental illness in individuals with serious mental illness and their families, and to increase family member satisfaction with the mental health system of careAdults/Older Adults reluctant to seek treatment• In-Home Mobile OutreachYYYTelecare Corporation - IHOT
1080 Marina Village Pkwy,. Suite 100
Alameda, CA 94501
(619) 961-2120
TAOA-SDInpatient and Residential Advocacy ServicesPatient Advocacy ServicesPatient Advocacy Services for mental health clients will be expanded to County-Identified Skilled Nursing FacilitiesProvide on-going support/advocacy services and training to staff and residents at County-identified Board and Care facilities. Expands services for County-Appointed Patient AdvocateChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults• Provides inpatient advocacy services for adults and children/adolescents receiving mental health services in any covered 24-hour facility
• Provides client representation at legal proceedings where denial of client rights are concerned
• Handles client complaints and grievances for clients in these facilities
YYYYYJewish Family Service
8788 Balboa Ave.
San Diego, CA 92123
(619) 282-1134
TAOA-SDIn-reach ServicesNeighborhood House Association (Project Enable)Bio-Psychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery provides outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, case management; and long term vocational supportProvide transitional services to support youth to be released from detentionAt risk African-American and Latino citizens who are incarcerated adults or Transition Age Youth at designated detention facilities and will be released in San Diego County• Advocacy, assessment, engagement, and resource connectionYYYYYNeighborhood House Association
5660 Copley Dr.
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 244-8241
TAOA-SDJustice System Discharge PlanningProject In-Reach (aka Project Enable)Provides in-reach, engagement; education; peer support; follow- up after release from detention facilities and linkages to services that improve participant’s quality of lifeReduce recidivism, diminish impact of untreated health, mental health and/or substance use issues, prepare for re-entry into the community, and ensure successful linkage between in jail programs and the community aftercare program that support former incarcerated youth and adultsAt-risk African-American and Latino adults (1170/re- alignment population) or Transition Age Youth incarcerated at designated facilities, with an additional focus on inmates with serious mental illness• Program provides discharge planning and short-term transition services for clients who are incarcerated and identified to have a serious mental illness to assist in connecting clients with community-based treatment once releasedYYYYYNeighborhood House Association
Project In-Reach
286 Euclid Ave., Suite 102
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 266-9400
TAOA-SDMental Health Advocacy ServicesTBDMental Health Advocacy Services program will provide advocacy support type services to individuals with mental health disorders and their family membersIncrease and improved access to services for the individuals to be servedTDB• Advocacy support services
• Client outreach and engagement
• Education services
YYYYYTBD


TAOA-SDNorth Inland Mental Health CenterNorth Inland Mental Health CenterOutpatient mental health and rehabilitation and recovery, crisis walk in, peer support, homeless outreach, case management and long term vocational supportIncrease access to mental health services and overcome barriers such as language, wait times, lack of knowledge or awareness of available servicesAdults 18 years and older• Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adults 18 years and older who have serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorderYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
125 W. Mission
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 747-3424

MHS Kinesis North WRC
474 W. Vermont
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 480-2255

Kinesis North WRC-- Ramona
1521 Main St.
Ramona, CA 92065
(760) 736-2429

MHS-WRC with MHSA and Satellite North Inland
474 West Vermont Suite 101
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 480-2255
TAOA-SDPeer Assisted Support ServicesTBDProvide services for persons diagnosed with Severe Mental Illness (SMI) who use acute crisis-oriented mental health services but are not effectively connected with community resources and/or lack active support networks through the provision of peer specialists. (Formerly INN 15 Peer Assisted Transitions)TBDTBDTBDYYYYYTBD


TAOA-SDPublic Defender - Behavioral Health AssessorPublic Defender DischargeLicensed mental health clinicians will provide discharge planning, care coordination, referral and linkage, and short term case management to persons with a serious mental illness who have been referred by the Court for servicesPublic Defender Treatment Unit will reduce untreated mental illness by ensuring persons are connected to system of careAdults 18 years and older with a serious mental illness who are incarcerated or Transition Age Youth at designated detention facilities who will be released in San Diego County• Discharge planning
• Care coordination
• Referral and linkage
• Short term case management
YYYYYPublic Defender
450 B St., Ste 1100
San Diego, CA 92101
TAOA-SDSan Diego Employment SolutionsSan Diego Employment SolutionsSupported employment services and opportunities for Transition Age Youth, Adults and Older Adults with serious mental illnessIncrease competitive employment of adults 18 and older who have a serious mental illness and who want to become competitively employedAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness and need assistance with employment• Supportive employment program that provides an array of job opportunities to help adults with serious mental illness obtain competitive employment
• Use a comprehensive approach that is community- based, client and family-driven, and culturally competent
YMental Health Systems, Inc. (MHS)
Employment Solutions
10981 San Diego Mission Rd. # 100
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 521-9569
TAOA-SDSan Diego Housing CommissionHousing Voucher programNew Housing Coordinators for San Diego Housing Commission (Access to 100 Vouchers)Provide support for housingAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness• Housing VouchersYSan Diego Housing Commission
1122 Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 231-9400
TAOA-SDShort Term Acute Residential Treatment (START)START Vista Balboa, New Vistas, Halcyon, Crisis Center, Turning Point, Jary Barreto, Isis Crisis CenterProvide crisis residential services to individuals with serious mental illness and may have co-occurring substance use disorderProvide urgent services in North Coastal, Central, East and South Regions of San Diego to meet the community-identified needsVoluntary adults 18 years and older who may have a serious mental illness and who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder that are experiencing a mental health crisis, in need of intensive, non- hospital intervention and are residents of San Diego County• Twenty-Four hour, seven days a week crisis residential service as an alternative to hospitalization or step down from acute in-patient care within a hospitalYYYYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF) Vista Balboa
(619) 233-4399

CRF New Vistas Crisis Center
(619) 239-4663

CRF Halcyon Crisis Center
(619) 579-8685

CRF Turning Point
(760) 439-2800

CRF Jary Barreto Crisis Center
(619) 232-7048

CRF ISIS Crisis Center
(619) 575-4687
TAOA-SDShort-Term Bridge Housing (formerly Emergency Shelter Beds- ESB)United HomesProvide short-term residential services to individuals with serious mental illness and may have co- occurring substance use disorderIncrease client-driven services to empower people with serious mental illness by decreasing isolation and increasing self-identified valued roles and self-sufficiencyTransitional Age Youth, 16 to 25 years of age, who have a serious emotional disturbance or a serious mental illness who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Provides additional services to people with serious and prolonged mental illness in licensed residential care facilities (also known as B&C facilities) Identified eligible persons shall receive additional services from these B&C facilities beyond the basic level of careYYUnited Homes
Emergency Shelter Beds
336 South Horne St.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 612-5980
TAOA-SDShort-Term Bridge Housing (formerly Emergency Shelter Beds- ESB)East RegionProvide short-term residential services for individuals with serious mental illness or may have a co- occurring substance use disorderTBDTBDTBDYTBD


TAOA-SDShort-Term Bridge Housing (formerly Emergency Shelter Beds- ESB)Interfaith Community ServicesProvide short-term residential services to individuals with serious mental illness and may have co- occurring substance use disorderIncrease client-driven services to empower people with serious mental illness by decreasing isolation and increasing self-identified valued roles and self-sufficiencyTransitional Age Youth, 16 to 25 years of age, who have a serious emotional disturbance or a serious mental illness who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Shelter and food in a residential setting that has staff available during all operating hours
• Safe and sanitary quarters on a nightly basis
• Coordinate Peer Support Services
YYInterfaith Community Services
550 W. Washington St., Suite B
Escondido CA 92025
(760) 489-6380
TAOA-SDShort-Term Bridge Housing (formerly Emergency Shelter Beds- ESB)Ruby's House Independent LivingProvide short-term residential services to individuals with serious mental illness and may have co- occurring substance use disorderIncrease client-driven services to empower people with serious mental illness by decreasing isolation and increasing self-identified valued roles and self-sufficiencyTransitional Age Youth, 16 to25 years of age females, who have a serious emotional disturbance or a serious mental illness who may have co-occurring substance use disorder• Provide shelter and food in a residential setting that has staff available during all operating hours
• Provide safe and sanitary quarters on a nightly basis and in a location acceptable to the County
• Coordinate services with designated County-contracted Peer Support Services program to promote delivery of peer support services
YRuby's House Independent Living Facility
1702 Republic St.
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 756-7211
TAOA-SDShort-Term Bridge Housing (formerly Emergency Shelter Beds- ESB)Urban Street Angels (Transitional Shelter Beds for Transition Age Youth)Supplemental housing for Transitional Age Youth in an independent living environmentThe provision of housing and support services to homeless mentally ill Transition Age Youth by providing accessible short- term and transitional beds for identified clientsTransitional Age Youth, 16 to 25 years of age, who have a serious emotional disturbance or a serious mental illness who may have a co-occurring mental illness• Emergency shelter and transitional beds
• Case Management
YUrban Street Angels, Inc.
3090 Polk Ave.
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 415-6616

Shelter Sites:
(male house)
5308 Churchward St.
San Diego, CA 92114

(female house)
4634 Bancroft St.
San Diego, CA 92116
TAOA-SDTelemedicineExodus Recovery, Inc.Provide Telepsych Hub Telemedicine services on an on-demand basisOutpatient psychiatric prescriber services for children, and adult mental health consumers utilizing Telehealth practices and technologyExodus Program Clients• Telehealth prescriber servicesYYYYYExodus Recovery, Inc.
2950 El Cajon Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 528-1752
TAOA-SDTenant Support ServicesAlpha Project for the HomelessProvide services to implement the Project One for All (POFA) Outpatient Hub for 357 Clients (Tenant Peer Support Services)On-going support for homeless clients enrolled in BHS designated outpatient MH clinics. Services will include housing navigation and tenant support services for clients with Tenant Based SubsidiesTBDTBDYAlpha Project for the Homeless
3737 Fifth Avenue #203
San Diego CA 92103
(619) 542-1877
TAOA-SDWalk-In Assessment CenterExodus Recovery, Inc.Provide walk-in services assessment and referral services to individuals experiencing a mental health episodeIncrease access to mental health services and overcome barriers such as language, wait times, lack of knowledge or awareness of available servicesTransition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults who have serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Walk-in treatment center Rehabilitation and recovery servicesYYNorth County Walk in Assessment Center
1520 South Escondido Blvd.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 871-2020

Vista Walk In Assessment Center
524 & 500 W. Vista Way
Vista, CA 92083
(760) 758-1150
TAOA-SD | CY-SDFamily Mental Health Education and SupportFamily Mental Health Education and SupportProvides a series of educational classes presented by family members using and established family education curriculum to provide education and support to persons who have relatives (or close friends) with mental illnessPromote integration of family education services. Increase family involvement copping skills and improve supportive relationshipsFamily members and friends of persons who have a serious mental illness• Provides a series of educational classes presented primarily by family members or persons with serious mental illness using and established family education curriculum to provide education and support to persons who have relatives or close friends with mental illness
• Increase family members coping skills and support increased involvement ad partnership with the mental health system
YYYYYNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
San Diego Adult Outpatient
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 634-6590
TAOA-SD | CY-SDSupplemental Security Income (SSI) Advocacy ServicesSupplemental Security Income (SSI) Advocacy ServicesSupplemental Security Income Advocacy services. Responsible for the submission of applications to the Social Security Administration and further follow-up as neededExpedite awards, provide training and consultation to designated Clubhouse advocates, and provide outreach and education to child focused programsConsumers who are recipients of General Relief, Cash Assistance Program for Indigents, County Medical Services and mental health consumers (children and adults) of BHS• Supplemental Security Income Advocacy
• Collaborative advocacy with designated Clubhouse staff
• Outreach, education, consultations
• Application processing
YYYYYLegal Aid
110 South Euclid Ave.
San Diego, CA 92114
(877) 734-3528
CO-02Adult Drug Court Treatment and TestingAdult Drug Court - Central Case ManagementProvides intensive treatment services to offenders with long histories of drug use and criminal justice contacts, previous treatment failures, and high rates of health and social problemsSupport the target population in their efforts to become and remain free from substance use disorder, provide mental health screening and referrals, screen for mental health concerns, and reduce stigma associated with mental health issuesNon-violent male and female offenders, with a history of substance use disorder and co- occurring disorders, who have been referred to treatment by the Adult Drug Court team and accepted for intake in an environment free of substance use disorder• Non-residential treatment, recovery, and ancillary services
• Outpatient drug-free treatment and intensive day care habilitative services
• Mental health screening
YMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
San Diego Center For Change
3340 Kemper St., Suite 103
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 758-1433
CO-02Adult Drug Court Treatment and TestingAdult Drug Court - East Case ManagementProvides intensive treatment services to offenders with long histories of drug use and criminal justice contacts, previous treatment failures, and high rates of health and social problemsSupport the target population in their efforts to become and remain free from substance use disorder, provide mental health screening and referrals, screen for mental health concerns, and reduce stigma associated with mental health issuesNon-violent male and female offenders, with a history of substance use disorder and co- occurring disorders, who have been referred to treatment by the Adult Drug Court team and accepted for intake in an environment free of substance use disorder• Non-residential treatment, recovery, and ancillary services.
• Outpatient drug-free treatment and intensive day care habilitative service in an environment free of substance use disorder
• Mental health screening
YMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
East County Center For Change
545 N. Magnolia Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 579-0947
CO-02Adult Drug Court Treatment and TestingAdult Drug Court - NorthProvides intensive treatment services to offenders with long histories of drug use and criminal justice contacts, previous treatment failures, and high rates of health and social problemsSupport the target population in their efforts to become and remain free from substance use disorder, provide mental health screening and referrals, screen for mental health concerns, and reduce stigma associated with mental health issuesNon-violent male and female offenders, with a history of substance use disorder and co- occurring disorders, who have been referred to treatment by the Adult Drug Court team and accepted for intake in an environment free of substance use disorder• Non-residential treatment, recovery, and ancillary services
• Outpatient drug-free treatment and intensive day care habilitative services.
• Mental health screening
YYYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
North County Center For Change
504 W. Vista Way
Vista, CA 92083
(760) 940-1836
CO-02Adult Drug Court Treatment and TestingCollaborative Drug Court - SouthProvides Intensive treatment services to offenders with long histories of drug use and criminal justice contacts, previous treatment failures, and high rates of health and social problemsSupport the target population in their efforts to become and remain free from substance use disorder, provide mental health screening and referrals, screen for mental health concerns, and reduce stigma associated with mental health issuesNon-violent male and female offenders, with a history of substance use disorder and co- occurring disorders, who have been referred to treatment by the Adult Drug Court team and accepted for intake in an environment free of substance use disorder• Non-residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment, recovery, and ancillary services
• Outpatient drug-free treatment and intensive day care habilitative services
• Mental health screening
YYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
San Diego Center For Change
3340 Kemper St., Suite 103
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 758-1434
CO-03Integrated Peer & Family Engagement Program - Next StepsNext StepsProvides comprehensive, peer-based care coordination, brief treatment and system navigation to adults with mental health and substance use disorderProvide mental health screening and services to adults 18 years and older, including transition age youth and older adults with substance use disorderAdults 18 years and older• On call either in person or via mobile devices
• Screening tool for mental health and substance use disorder
YYYYYNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
San Diego
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd., Suite 320
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 643-6580
DV-03Community Violence Services (South - Alliance for Community Empowerment)Alliance for Community EmpowermentProvides trauma informed, community centered, family driven and evidenced based Community Violence Response services in Central Region, but may serve clients outside the regionIncrease in resilience; improvement in parenting knowledge; increases problem-solving and coping skills; reduces stigma and suicidal risk factors; reduces psycho-social impact of traumaMiddle-school age youth boys and girls affected by violence• Direct counseling, individual, and group interventions
• Outreach, engagement, community education
YUnion of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC)
5348 University Ave., Suites 101 and 102
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 232-6454
DV-04Community Services for Families - CWSCSF - North Coastal/North InlandProvides family preservation, family support, and family reunification services to children and families in the CWS systemProvides family preservation, family support, and family reunification services to children and families in the CWS systemChildren 0 to 17 years old and their families at a high risk of child abuse and neglect• Case management
• In-Home Parent Education
• Safe Care
• Systematic Training for Effective Parenting
• Parent Partners
YYNorth County Lifeline
707 Oceanside Blvd.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 842-6250
DV-04Community Services for Families - CWSCSF - South RegionProvides family preservation, family support, and family reunification services to children and families in the CWS systemEstablish a community safety net to ensure the safety and well being of children and their familiesChildren 0 to 17 years old and their families at a high risk of child abuse and neglect• Case management
• In-home parent education
• Safe Care
• Systematic Training for Effective Parenting
• Parent Partners
YSouth Bay Community Services
430 F St.
Chula Vista, CA 91910
(619) 420-3620
DV-04Community Services for Families - CWSCSF Central & North Central RegionsProvides family preservation, family support, and family reunification services to children and families in the CWS systemEstablish a community safety net to ensure the safety and well being of children and their familiesChildren 0 to 17 years old and their families at a high risk of child abuse and neglect• Case management
• In-Home Parent Education
• Safe Care
• Systematic Training for Effective Parenting
• Parent Partners
YSocial Advocates for Youth
8755 Aero Dr., Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 565-4148
DV-04Community Services for Families - CWSCSF East RegionProvides family preservation, family support, and family reunification services to children and families in the CWS systemEstablish a community safety net to ensure the safety and well being of children and their familiesChildren 0 to 17 years old and their families at a high risk of child abuse and neglect• Case management
• In-Home Parent Education
• Safe Care
• Systematic Training for Effective Parenting
• Parent Partners
YHome Start
5005 Texas St., Suite 203
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 629-0727
EC-01Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)Provides mental health prevention and early intervention services for parents using the Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) education curriculumSpecialized culturally and developmentally appropriate mental health PEI services to promote social and emotional wellness for children and their familiesCountywide parents and families; parents and guardians of children enrolled in Head Start, Early Head Start, elementary school and community center locations• Free parenting workshops
• Early intervention services
• Referrals and linkage
YYYYYJewish Family Service
8804 Balboa Ave.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 637-3000 ext. 3006
FB-01Early Intervention for Prevention of Psychosis(TAY & Children)KickstartProvides Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) services for persons who have emerging 'prodromal' symptoms of psychosisReduce incidence and severity of mental illness and increase awareness and usage of servicesCountywide youth 10 to 25years old in San Diego County and their families & substantial public component on psychosis• Prevention through public education
• Early intervention, through screening potentially at risk youth
• Intensive treatment for youth who are identified as at-risk and their families
YYYYYPathways of California
Kickstart Program
6160 Mission Gorge Rd., Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92120
(858) 637-3030
NA-01Native American Prevention and Early InterventionIndian Health Council, Inc.PEI and substance use disorder treatment services to Native AmericansIncrease community involvement and education through services designed and delivered by Native American communitiesAmerican Indians; Alaska Natives; tribal members of South and East Region tribes; and qualified family members residing on reservations; All age groups; North Region of San Diego County• Prevention and early intervention and substance use disorder treatment services
• Child abuse prevention case management to Native Americans in North County
YIndian Health Council
50100 Golsh Rd.
Valley Center, CA 92082
(760) 749-1410
NA-01Native American Prevention and Early InterventionSan Diego American Indian Health CenterProvides PEI services for Native American Indian/Alaska Native urban youthIncrease community involvement and education through services designed and delivered by Native American communitiesAt risk and high risk urban American Indian and Alaska Natives children and Transitional Age Youth• Specialized culturally appropriate prevention and early intervention services to Native American Indian/Alaska Native urban youth and their families who are participants at the Youth CenterYSan Diego American Indian Health Center
2602 1st Ave., Ste. 105
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 234-1525
NA-01Native American Prevention and Early InterventionSouthern Indian Health Council, Inc.Provides PEI and substance use disorder treatment services for Native AmericansIncrease community involvement and education through services designed and delivered by Native American communitiesAmerican Indians; Alaska Natives; tribal members of South and East Region tribes; and qualified family members residing on reservations; All age groups; South and East regions of San Diego County• Prevention and early intervention and substance use disorder treatment services
• Child abuse prevention case management to Native Americans in South and East County
YSouthern Indian Health Council, Inc.
4058 Willows Rd.
Alpine, CA 91901
(619) 445-1188
OA-01Elder Multicultural Access & Support Services (EMASS)Elder Multicultural Access & Support Services (EMASS)Provides outreach and support to older adults, especially non- Caucasian/non-English speakingReduce ethnic disparities in service access and use. Increases access to careMulticultural Seniors, refugees,60 years and older who are at risk of developing mental health problems• Outreach and education
• Referral and linkage
• Benefits advocacy
• Peer counseling
• Transportation services
• Home and community based services
YYYYYUnion of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC)
9360 Activity Rd., Suite B
San Diego, CA 92126
(619) 238-1783 ext. 30
OA-02Home Based Services (Older Adults)Positive SolutionsProvides outreach, and prevention and early intervention services for homebound and socially isolated older adults by using Program to Encourage Active and Rewarding Lives (PEARLS) modelIncrease knowledge of signs/symptoms of depression and suicide risk for those who live/work with older adults. Reduces stigma associated with mental health concerns and disparities in access to servicesHomebound older adults 60years and older who are at risk for depression or suicide• Screening
• Assessment
• Brief intervention (PEARLS and/or Psycho-education)
• Referral and linkage
• Follow-up care
YYYUnion of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC)
9360 Activity Rd., Suite B
San Diego, CA 92126
(619) 238-1783 ext. 30
OA-06Caregiver Support for Alzheimer & Dementia PatientsCaregivers of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementia Clients Support ServicesProvides caregiver education, training, and early intervention services to prevent or decrease symptoms of depression and other mental health issues among caregiversReduce incidence of mental health concerns in caregivers of patients that have Alzheimer's and other types of dementia. Improve the quality of well-being for caregivers and families. Provides services to an underserved/unserved populationAdult Caregivers 18 years and older• Outreach
• Information dissemination
• Early intervention
• Prevention Education
YYYYYSouthern Caregiver Resource Center
3675 Ruffin Rd.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 268-4432
PS-01ACEs Prevention and Family FunctioningTBDReduce Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) by strengthening family functioning that builds emotional intelligence, interpersonal communication skillsProgram goals are increased emotional intelligence skill development, improved interpersonal communication, reduction in individual and family dysfunction, improved employment and job/career developmentUnderserved and Unserved custodial, non-custodial married and /or unmarried parents of children under the age of 18• Outreach and Engagement
• Prevention Education
• Education and Training to support emotional intelligence development, interpersonal communication
• Employment and career development support
YYYYYTBD


PS-01Breaking Down Barriers (BDB) InitiativeBreaking Down BarriersOutreach, engagement and community organizing across all communities to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness and improve mental health well-beingReduce mental health stigma to culturally diverse, unserved and underserved populationsUnserved and underserved populations; Latino; Native American; African; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ); African- American• Outreach and education to reduce mental health stigma to culturally diverse, unserved
and underserved populations
• Collaboration with community based organizations to identify and utilize "cultural brokers" in community of color and non- ethnic groups
YYYYYJewish Family Services of San Diego
8804 Balboa Ave
San Diego., CA 92123
(858) 637-3006
PS-01Family Peer Support ProgramFamily Peer Support Program (In Our Own Voice & Friends in the Lobby)Provides an educational series, where community speakers share their personal stories about living with mental illness and achieving recovery. Written information on mental health and resources will be provided to families and friends whose loved one is hospitalized with a mental health issueProvide support and increase knowledge of mental illness and related issues. Reduces stigma and harmful outcomesFamily members and friends of psychiatric inpatients• Resources and support to family and friends visiting loved ones in psychiatric inpatient units in San Diego area
• Public education
YYYYYNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
San Diego
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd., Suite 320
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 643-6580
PS-01Mental Health First AidMental Health First AidMental Health First Aid is a public education program designed to give residents the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisisProvide county-wide community-based mental health literacy education and training servicesAdults/Older Adults who work with youth• Interactive class that teaches participants how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disordersYYYYYMental Health America of San Diego County
4069 30th St.
San Diego, CA 92104
(619) 543-0412
PS-01Suicide Prevention &Stigma Reduction Media Campaign - It's Up To UsSuicide Prevention & Stigma Reduction Media CampaignCountywide media campaign geared towards suicide prevention and stigma discrimination, a suicide prevention action council to increase public awarenessPrevent suicide and reduce stigma and discrimination experienced by individuals with mental illness and their families. Increases awareness of available mental health servicesCountywide individuals with mental illness; families of individuals with mental illness; general public• Public media campaign to education and promote mental health awareness
• Print, radio, and TV ads
• Printed materials
YYYYYCivilian Inc.
2468 Historic Decatur Rd., Suite 250
San Diego, CA 92106
(619) 243-2290
PS-01Suicide Prevention Action PlanSuicide Prevention Action PlanProvides facilitation of the San Diego Suicide Prevention Council to increase public awareness and understanding of suicide prevention strategiesProvide support and increase knowledge of mental illness and related issues. Reduces stigma and harmful outcomesGeneral population, mental health service consumers, local planners, and mental health organizations• Suicide prevention action plan for understanding and awareness
• Implement prevention initiatives
YYYYYCommunity Health Improvement Partners
5095 Murphy Canyon Rd., Suite 105
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 609-7974
PS-01Supported Employment Technical Consultant ServicesSupported Employment Technical Consultant ServicesProvides technical expertise and consultation on county-wide employment development, partnership, engagement, and funding opportunities for adults with serious mental illness. Services are coordinated and integrated through BHS to develop new employment resourcesEmployment is an essential element of comprehensive mental health services for adults with serious mental illness. Supported Employment is a key strategy for meeting both the employment and service needs of adults with serious mental illness and the MHSA target populations. These services improves access to employment opportunitiesService providers, employers, agencies, government organizations, and other stakeholders• Promote employment opportunities for adults with serious mental illnessYYYYYSan Diego Workforce
Partnership, Inc.
3910 University Ave., Suite 400
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 228-2952
RC-01Rural Integrated Behavioral Health & Primary Care ServicesIntegrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care Services in Rural CommunitiesProvides Rural Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care Services for prevention and early intervention servicesIncrease access to and usage of servicesChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults• Assessment
• Brief intervention
• Education
• Mobile outreach
YYYYYVista Hill Foundation
8910 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 514-5122
RE-01Independent Living Association (ILA)CHIP Independent Living Association (ILA)Creates an Independent Living Facility Association with voluntary membershipPromote the highest quality home environments for adults with severe mental illness and other disabling health conditions. Serve residents that do not need medication oversight, are able to function without supervision, and live independentlyMember operators, individuals, families, discharge planners and care coordination who are seeking quality housing resources countywide• Education and training to member operators and residents.
• Website listings
• Resources to support clients
• Resources to develop their business
• Marketing tools
• Advocacy support
YYYYYCommunity Health Improvement Partners
5059 Murphy Canyon Rd., Suite 105
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 609-7974
SA-01School Based PEI -North InlandVista Hill - School Based PEI North InlandEarly intervention services utilizing a family focused approach and evidenced based curriculum to provide social-emotional groups to parents and children as well as identified classrooms in designated public schoolsImprove children's school success, reduce parental stress, reduce family isolation and stigma associated with seeking behavioral health servicesPre-school through 3rd grade at risk children who struggle emotionally and behaviorally at designated public schools• Screening
• Child skill groups
• Parent skill groups
• Classroom skill lessons
• Community linkage/referrals
• Outreach and engagement
YVista Hill Foundation
1029 N. Broadway
Escondido, CA 92026
(760) 489-4126
SA-01School Based PEI-SouthSouth Bay Community Services - School Based PEI SouthEarly intervention services utilizing a family focused approach and evidenced based curriculum to provide social-emotional groups to parents and children as well as identified classrooms in designated public schoolsImprove children's school success, reduce parental stress, reduce family isolation and stigma associated with seeking behavioral health servicesPre-school through 3rd grade at risk children who struggle emotionally and behaviorally at designated public schools• Screening
• Child skill groups
• Parent skill groups
• Classroom skill lessons
• Community linkage/referrals
• Outreach and engagement
YSouth Bay Community Services
430 F St.
Chula Vista, CA 91910
(619) 420-3620
SA-01School Based Prevention and Early InterventionPalomar Family Counseling - School Based PEI North Coastal RegionEarly intervention services utilizing a family focused approach and evidenced based curriculum to provide social-emotional groups to parents and children as well as identified classrooms in designated public schoolsImprove children's school success, reduce parental stress, reduce family isolation and stigma associated with seeking behavioral health servicesPre-school through 3rd grade at risk children who struggle emotionally and behaviorally at designated public schools• Screening
• Child skill groups
• Parent skill groups
• Classroom skill lessons
• Community linkage/referrals
• Outreach and engagement
YPalomar Family Counseling Services
1002 East Grand Ave.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 741-2660
SA-01School Based Prevention and Early InterventionSan Diego Unified School District - School Based PEI Central and North CentralEarly intervention services utilizing a family focused approach and evidenced based curriculum to provide social-emotional groups to parents and children as well as identified classrooms in designated public schoolsImprove children's school success, reduce parental stress, reduce family isolation and stigma associated with seeking behavioral health servicesPre-school through 3rd grade at risk children who struggle emotionally and behaviorally at designated public schools• Screening
• Child skill groups
• Parent skill groups
• Classroom skill lessons
• Community linkage/referrals
• Outreach and engagement
YYSan Diego Unified
School District
4487 Oregon St.
San Diego, CA 92116
(619) 362-4300
SA-01School Based Prevention and Early InterventionSan Diego Unified School District - School Based PEI Central and SoutheasternEarly intervention services utilizing a family focused approach and evidenced based curriculum to provide social-emotional groups to parents and children as well as identified classrooms in designated public schoolsImprove children's school success, reduce parental stress, reduce family isolation and stigma associated with seeking behavioral health servicesPre-school through 3rd grade at risk children who struggle emotionally and behaviorally at designated public schools• Screening
• Child skill groups
• Parent skill groups
• Classroom skill lessons
• Community linkage/referrals
• Outreach and engagement
YSan Diego Unified School District
4487 Oregon St.
San Diego, CA 92116
(619) 362-4301
SA-01School Based Prevention and Early InterventionSan Diego Youth Services - School Based PEI EastEarly intervention services utilizing a family focused approach and evidenced based curriculum to provide social-emotional groups to parents and children as well as identified classrooms in designated public schoolsImprove children's school success, reduce parental stress, reduce family isolation and stigma associated with seeking behavioral health servicesPre-school through 3rd grade at risk children who struggle emotionally and behaviorally at designated public schools. Refugee children pre-school through 3rd grade who struggle with transitioning and would benefit from small groups• Screening
• Child skill groups
• Parent skill groups
• Classroom skill lessons
• Community linkage/referrals
• Outreach and engagement
• Assimilation groups for refugee children/parents.
YSan Diego Youth Services
3845 Spring Dr.
Spring Valley, CA 91977
(619) 258-6877
SA-02School Based Suicide Prevention & Early InterventionHERE NowProvides school based suicide prevention education and intervention services to middle school, high school, and Transition Age YouthReduce suicides and the negative impact of suicide in schools. Increases education of education community and familiesMiddle school, high school, and Transition Age Youth• Education and outreach
• Screening
• Crisis response training
• Short-term early intervention
• Referrals
YYYYYSan Diego Youth Services
3255 Wing St.
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 221-8600
VF-01Veterans & Family Outreach EducationCourage to CallProvides confidential, peer- staffed outreach, education, referral and support services to the Veteran community & families and its service providersIncrease awareness of the prevalence of mental illness in this community. Reduces mental health risk factors or stressors. Improves access to mental health and PEI services, information and supportVeterans, active duty military, Reservists, National Guard, and family members• Education
• Peer counseling
• Linkage to mental health services
• Mental health information
• Support hotline
YYYYYMental Health Systems, Inc. (MHS)
9445 Farnham St., Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 636-3604
INN-16Urban BeatsUrban BeatsProvides an artistic expression that includes the use of multiple models of artistic expression including visual arts, spoken word, music, videos, and performances and social media created and developed by Transition Age YouthIncrease the engagement and retention rates in mental health treatment of serious emotional disturbance and serious mental illness and at risk Transition Age Youth by incorporating a Transition Age Youth focused recovery message into an artistic expression and social marketingTransition Age Youth who are clients of the mental health system with serious emotional disturbance/serious mental illness or at-risk of mental health challenges• Develop youth leaders within Transition Age Youth community
• Increase access to services
• Whole health and prevention services
YYYPathways Community Services
3330 Market St.
San Diego, CA 92102
(858) 227-9051
INN-17Mobile Hoarding Intervention ProgramCognitive Rehabilitation and Exposure Sorting Therapy (CREST) mobile hoarding units (formerly IMHIP)Provide education and intervention services to diminishes long term hoarding behaviors in Older AdultsImprove the health, safety, quality of life, and housing stability of individuals through provision of comprehensive hoarding behavioral intervention and treatment servicesOlder Adults 60 years and older with hoarding disorder and a serious mental illness in the Central, South, and North Regions• Community outreach and engagement
• In-home therapy
• Family support
YYYYYRegents of the University of California, UCSD
200 West Arbor Dr.
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 471-9396
INN-18Peripartum ProgramAccessible Depression and Anxiety Peripartum Treatment (ADAPT)Identifies at-risk peripartum women for engagement and provides services for women and spousesReduce incidence and impact of postpartum depressionPeripartum women and partners, especially in communities at-risk of trauma• Outreach and engagement through public health nurses
• Interventions to prevent and treat postpartum depression
YYYYYVista Hill Foundation
6070 Mission Gorge Road
San Diego, CA 92120
(858) 514-5100
INN-19Telemental HealthBH ConnectProvides post psychiatric emergency services follow-up treatment and stabilization via electronic devices for tele-therapyPrevent re-hospitalization and psychiatric emergency services with follow up mental health services for successful connection to mental health treatment following a psychiatric emergencyChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/ Older Adults• Follow-up mental health treatment and stabilization via tele-therapy
• Case Management
• Access to tele-therapy platform for treatment and resources
• Outreach and engagement
YYYYYVista Hill Foundation
8825 Aero Dr., Suite 315
San Diego, CA 92123
858-956-5900
INN-20ROAM Mobile ServicesRoaming Outpatient Access Mobile Services (ROAM) - Indian Health CouncilMobile clinics provide culturally appropriate mental health services in rural areasIncrease access to and usage of mental health services through deployment of cultural brokers in mobile clinics on tribal landsNative Americans in rural areas of San Diego County in the North Inland Regions• Outreach and engagement
• Telemedicine
• Counseling and clinic services
• Telemedicine
• Traditional interventions via cultural brokers
YYIndian Health Council, Inc.
50100 Golsh Road
Valley Center, CA 92082
(760) 749-1410
INN-20ROAM Mobile ServicesRoaming Outpatient Access Mobile Services (ROAM) - Southern Indian Health Council Mobile clinics provide culturally appropriate mental health services in rural areasIncrease access to and usage of mental health services through deployment of cultural brokers in mobile clinics on tribal landsNative Americans in rural areas of San Diego County in the East Regions• Outreach and engagement
• Telemedicine
• Counseling and clinic services
• Telemedicine
• Traditional interventions via cultural brokers
YSouthern Indian Health Council, Inc.
4058 Willows Rd.
Alpine, CA 91901
(619) 445-1188
INN-21ReST Recuperative HousingRecuperative Services Treatment (ReST)Provides post-institutionalization recuperative residential services, includes wrap-around services, case management, and permanent housing helpPrevent re-institutionalization and homelessness; encourages successful re-integration following institutionalizationTransition Age Youth• Wrap-around services
• Case management
• Voluntary residential services
• Employment and permanent housing support
YYYUrban Street Angels, Inc.
1404 Fifth Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 415-6616
INN-22Med ClinicsCenter for Child and Youth Psychiatry(CCYP)Provides ongoing medication management for children and youth with complex psychiatric pharmacological needsPromote stabilization by providing accessible follow up for complex psychiatric pharmacological needsChildren and youth up to age21• Medication management
• Psychiatric consultation
• Outreach and engagement
• Psycho-educational seminars and groups for families
YYYYYNew Alternatives Inc.
8755 Aero Dr., Suite 306
San Diego, CA 92123
858) 634-1100
Early Psychosis Evaluation and Learning Health Care NetworkEarly Intervention for Prevention of Psychosis; KickstartTBDTBDTBDYYYYY
WET-02Behavioral Health Training CurriculumBehavioral Health Training Academy | Contract Agency: BHETAMHSA, Workforce Education and Training: Training and Technical Assistance. Includes Justice Involved Training Academy; CYF Outcomes coordination of the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths outcomes measure; and Drug Medi- Cal, Organized Delivery SystemYYYYYSan Diego State University
Research Foundation
5250 Campanile Dr.
San Diego CA 92182
WET-04Community Psychiatry FellowshipThe Residency and Internship Program (Community Psychiatry Fellowship) | Contract Agency: Regents of the University of California and University of California San DiegoPrograms are for physicians- one for adult psychiatry residents and fellows and the second for child and adolescent psychiatry residents and fellows. Programs foster the development of leaders in Community Psychiatry and provide exposure to the unique challenges and opportunities, targeted approaches to ethnically and linguistically diverse populationsYYYYYRegents of the University of California, UCSD
200 West Arbor Dr.
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 471-9396
WET-03Consumer and Family AcademyRI International | Consumer/Family Academy, TAY/Adult/Older Adult Peer Specialist TrainingProvide recovery-oriented, peer specialist training to adults 18 years and older to prepare them to work in the County of San Diego’s public behavioral health system. Using the training participants’ personal recovery experiences as a foundation to prepare participants to work as partners at the practice, program and policy levels. Additional training will be provided to behavioral health providers to facilitate the best use of the unique skills peer specialist staffYYYYYRecovery Innovations, Inc.
2701 North 16th St., Suite 316
Phoenix, AZ 85006
(602) 650-1212
WET-02Cultural Competency AcademyCultural Competency Academy | Contract Agency: TBDThe Cultural Competency Academy will provide awareness, knowledge, and skill based trainings that focus on clinical and recovery interventions for multi-cultural populations while ensure in that all trainings focus on being trauma informed from environmental to clinical applicationsYYYYYTBD


WET-03Public Mental Health AcademyPublic Mental Health Academy Academic Counselor | Contract Agency: San Diego Community College DistrictProvide an academic counselor to support student success in the community based public mental health certificate program. This certificate program assists individuals in obtaining educational qualifications for current and future behavioral health employment opportunities. The certificate program provides options for individuals to be matriculated into an Associates and/or Bachelor Degree program to assist in the career pathway continuumYYYYYSan Diego Community College District
3375 Camino Del Rio South
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 388-6555
WET-02Training and Technical AssistanceTraining and Technical Assistance (Big Why Conference, We Can't Wait Conference) | Contract Agency: Regional Training Center (RTC)Provide administrative and fiscal training support services to County of San Diego Health and Human Services, Behavioral Health Services (BHS) in the provision of training, conferences and consultants. RTC shall contact trainers/consultants, develop and execute training contracts between RTC and trainers/consultants, coordinate with BHS staff, facilitate payments to trainers/consultants and all approved ancillary training costsYYYYYRegional Training Center
6155 Cornerstone Ct., Suite 130
San Diego, CA 92121
(858) 550-0040
SD-3Personal Health RecordPersonal Health RecordThe Personal Health Record embedded in the InteliChart Patient Portal enables patients to both securely view and update their records in a timely mannerChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults• PHR is constructed from patients existing behavioral health medical record. InteliChart provides and supports mobile apps that enable patients to make appointments, view lab results, and securely communicate with their healthcare providers conveniently using mobile technologyYYYYYCerner Corporation
2800 Rockcreek Pkwy.
North Kansas City, MO 64117
(816) 201-1989
SD-5TelemedicineCommunity Research Foundation-CrossroadsProvides technological support for telemedicine for youth and children receiving outpatient mental health servicesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance (SED) criteria• Utilizing telemedicine for psychiatry services by offering: Video conferencing, secure email, phone consultationYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Crossroads Family Center
1679 E. Main St., Suite 102
El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 441-1907
SD-5TelemedicineCommunity Research Foundation-Douglas YoungProvides technological support for telemedicine at Douglas Young Youth and Family Services Outpatient Children's Mental Health ServicesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance criteria• Utilizing telemedicine for psychiatry services by offering: Video conferencing, secure email, phone consultationYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
1202 Morena Blvd., Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 275-0822
SD-5TelemedicineCommunity Research Foundation-Mobile Adolescent Service Team (MAST)Provides technological support for telemedicine for youth and children receiving outpatient mental health servicesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance (SED) criteria• Utilizing telemedicine for psychiatry services by offering: Video conferencing, secure email, phone consultationYYYYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Mobile Adolescent Services Team
1202 Morena Blvd., Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 398-3261
SD-5TelemedicineCommunity Research Foundation-Nueva VistaProvides technological support for telemedicine for youth and children receiving outpatient mental health servicesChildren and youth up to age 21 who meet medical necessity and serious emotional disturbance (SED) criteria• Utilizing telemedicine for psychiatry services by offering: Video conferencing, secure email, phone consultationYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Nueva Vista Family Services
1161 Bay Blvd., Suite B
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 585-7686
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at an adult outpatient mental health clinic, including video, secure email, and phone consultationChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults who are deaf or hard of hearing and who have a serious mental illness or substance use disorder• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health services, case management, and substance use disorder services are provided for deaf and hard of hearing adultsYYYYYDeaf Community Services of San Diego, Inc
1545 Hotel Circle S., Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92108
(619) 398-2437
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at Heartland Bio- Psychosocial Rehabilitation WRCAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Includes Probation-funded AB 109 component• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorderYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Heartland Center
460 N. Magnolia Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619) 440-5133
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at South Region Biopsychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery CenterAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Transition Age Youth population and Probation-funded AB109 component• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, recovery, and SBCM services to adults 18 years and older Transition Age Youth & AB109 who have serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorderYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Maria Sardinas Wellness & Recovery Center
1465 30th St., Suite K
San Diego, CA 92154
(619) 428-1000
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at an adult outpatient mental health clinic, including video, secure email, and phone consultationAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder, Transition Age Youth, AB109• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, recovery, and SBCM services to adults 18 years and olderYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
South Bay Guidance Wellness and Recovery Center
835 3rd Ave., Suite C
Chula Vista, CA 91911
(619) 427-4661
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at Union of Pan Asian CommunitiesMonolingual and/or limited English proficient Asian/Pacific Islander adults 18 years and older with a serious mental illness who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Clinic services supported: Outpatient case management, vocational support services for indigent clients with a serious mental illnessYYUnion of Pan Asian Communities Mid-City
5348 University Ave., Suites 101 & 120
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 229-2999

Serra Mesa
8745 Aero Dr., Suite 330
San Diego, CA 92123
(619) 268-0244
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at North Central Region Adult/Older Adult Bio- Psychosocial Rehabilitation Wellness Recovery CenterChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, an urgent walk- in component, case management; and long-term vocational supportYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Douglas Young Center
10717 Camino Ruiz, Suite 207
San Diego, CA 92126
(858) 695-2211
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at Project EnableTransition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults, including those who may have a co- occurring substance use disorder• Clinic services supported: Stabilization and recovery services with the expectation that with treatment, clients will effectively recover and graduate from the programYYYYYNeighborhood House Association
286 Euclid Ave., Suite 102
San Diego, CA 92114
(619) 266-9400
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at an adult outpatient mental health clinic, including video, secure email, and phone consultationTransition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults, including those who may have a co- occurring substance use disorder• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery servicesYYSoutheast Mental Health Center
3177 Ocean View Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 595-4400
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at an adult outpatient mental health clinic, including video, secure email, and phone consultationTransition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults, including those who may have a co- occurring substance use disorder•Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adults 18 years and olderYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
North Coastal Mental Health Center
1701 Mission Ave.
Oceanside, CA 92058
(760) 967-4475

Mental Health Systems Inc. (MHS) - Vista
550 West Vista Way, Suite 407
Vista, CA 92083
(760) 758-1092
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at an outpatient psychiatric medication services clinicChildren, Transition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults• Clinic services supported: Outpatient psychiatric medication services to consumers utilizing Telehealth practices and technologyYYExodus Recovery, Inc.
524 W. Vista Way
Vista, CA 92083
(760) 758-1150

Exodus Recovery, Inc.
1520 S. Escondido Blvd.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 871-2020
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at an adult outpatient mental health clinic, including video, secure email, and phone consultationAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness• Clinic services supported: Walk-in Outpatient mental health assessments and psychiatric consultation, medication management services; crisis intervention, and case management brokerageYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Jane Westin Wellness & Recovery
1045 9th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 235-2600
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at an adult outpatient mental health clinic, including video, secure email, and phone consultationAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery servicesYEast County Mental Health Center
1000 Broadway, Suite 210
El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 401-5500
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at an adult outpatient mental health clinic, including video, secure email, and phone consultationAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services, including those who may have a co- occurring substance use disorderYNorth Central Mental Health Clinic
1250 Morena Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 692-8750
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at short-term, acute residential treatment clinicsVoluntary adults who have a serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder, are experiencing a mental health crisis and in need of intensive, non- hospital intervention• Clinic services supported: 24-hour, 7-day a week 365 day a year crisis residential service as an alternative to hospitalization or step down from acute in-patient care within a hospital for adults with acute and serious mental illness, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use conditions, and are residents of San Diego CountyYYYYYVista Balboa
545 Laurel Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 233-4399

New Vistas
734 10th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 239-4663

Halcyon
1664 Broadway
El Cajon, CA 92021
(619) 579-8685

Turning Point
1738 S. Tremont St.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 439-2800

Jary Barreto
2865 Logan Ave.
San Diego, CA 92113
(619) 232-4357

Del Sur (formerly ISIS)
892 27th St.
San Diego, CA 92154
(619) 575-4687
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at Areta CrowellAdults 18 years and older who have a serious mental illness• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health rehabilitation and recovery services, case management; and long- term vocational support, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use disorderYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
Areta Corwell Center
1968 4th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 233-3432
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at North Inland Crisis ResidentialVoluntary adults 18 years and older with acute and a serious mental illness including those who may have a co- occurring substance use disorder and are residents of San Diego County• Clinic services supported: Crisis residential services as an alternative to hospitalization or step down from acute in- patient care within a hospital, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use conditionsYYYYYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
490 N. Grape St.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 975-9939
SD-5TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at an adult outpatient mental health clinic, including video, secure email, and phone consultationTransition Age Youth, Adults/Older Adults, including those who may have a co- occurring substance use disorder• Clinic services supported: Outpatient mental health clinic providing treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery services to adults 18 years and olderYYMental Health Systems Inc. (MHS)
North Inland Mental Health Center
125 W. Mission Ave., Suite 103
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 747-3424

Kinesis Wellness & Recovery Center
474 W. Vermont Ave., Suite 101
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 480-2255

Fallbrook Satellite
1328 S. Mission Rd.
Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 451-4720

Ramona Satellite
1521 Main St.
Ramona, CA 92065
(760) 736-2429
SD-6Management Information System (MIS) ExpansionRoad Map into the MillenniumThis project integrates the core information system, Cerner Community Behavioral Health (CCBH), used by virtually all providers in the extended system of care, including all clinical and billing information, into the grand scale Cerner Millennium applicationThe main users of the system will be County of San Diego employees, County Service Providers, Administrative Support Organizations (ASO’s) and Fee For Service Providers• BHS has developed a master plan to implement Cerner Millennium on a San Diego County domain hosted by Cerner. This domain will contain Millennium for all of BHS including the San Diego County Psychiatric Hospital, Outpatient Services, and Edgemoor for long term care. BHS will roadmap Cerner Community Behavioral Health (CCBH) into the Cerner Millennium product as part of this effort as CCBH will sunset and become fully integrated into Millennium by 2024YYYYYCerner Corporation
2800 Rockcreek Pkwy.
North Kansas City, MO 64117
(816) 201-1989
SD-6TelemedicineTelepsychiatryProvides technological support for telemedicine at Esperanza CenterVoluntary adults 18 years and older with acute and a serious mental illness including those who may have a co- occurring substance use disorder and are residents of San Diego County•Clinic services supported: Crisis residential services as an alternative to hospitalization or step down from acute in- patient care within a hospital, including those who may have a co-occurring substance use conditionsYCommunity Research Foundation (CRF)
490 N. Grape St.
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 975-9940
SD-8Data Exchange (Interoperability)Data Exchange (Interoperability)The project offers a unique opportunity to link behavioral health data with disparate systems to build an integrated longitudinal health record. This information will become available at the point of care to increase communication and coordination and to improve efficiencies, continuity, and quality of care and patient health outcomes. All data sharing will be planned and implemented in compliance with HIPAA privacy and security requirements. Interoperability ensures that health-related information flows seamlessly from system to system. It requires technology to exchange key pieces of health information securely. The goal is obtaining and sharing the right information in the right contextAll• Data sets include everything from lab test results, vital signs, and blood pressure readings, to patient demographic information, discharge instructions for hospitals, and provider contact information. Information follows the client regardless of geographic, organizational, or vendor boundaries. Specifically, Interoperability refers to the architecture or standards that make it possible for diverse electronic health record (EHR) systems to work compatibly in a true information networkYYYYY
SD-9BHS Financial Management SystemFinancial Management SystemThe Financial Management System will ensure operational efficiency and cost effectiveness in mental health administration by creating a centralized financial system capable of day-to-day budget management, year-to-date revenue and expenditure monitoring, contract tracking and business analytics tools, including standard reporting, dashboards and queriesThe business areas and programs served including the following: Registration/ Administration; Service Recording; Electronic Health Record; Medi-Cal Billing; Other Billing; Managed Care Functionality•' This system will streamline financial data collection and reporting, including potentially assisting with the annual Mental Health Services Act Revenue & Expenditure Report (RER), maintain the integrity of data with system securities and prevent duplication of effort to ensure resources are fully maximizedYYYYYCounty Information Technology
Behavioral Health Services
3255 Camino del Rio South.
San Diego, CA 92120
(619) 563-2700

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