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CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES - NCBH

NEVADA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT #4661931


location_on A
  • 988 McCourtney Road
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-582-7803
  • After-Hours
    530-265-5811

24-Hour Crisis Line - 530-265-5811

Children's Behavioral Health

Nevada County Behavioral Health Children's Mental Health serves children and youth who have Nevada County Medi-Cal and meet moderate to severe criteria for Behavioral Health Treatment: recent psychiatric hospitalization, Probation or Child Welfare involvement, significant challenges at school, homelessness, or a complex combination of concerns that may involve trauma, depression or anxiety symptoms, and housing instability.

Services
  • Therapy
  • Individual and Group Counseling
  • Psychiatry
  • Support through service coordinators
  • Home based wrap around support for children and families who need more intensive care
Treatment location is based on need and can take place at the Nevada County Behavioral Health Office, schools, Family Resource Centers, or other locations convenient for the family. Therapists are trained in a variety of techniques and work with youth of all ages. Therapy is provided in both English and Spanish.

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RESOURCES & SUPPORT FOR FOSTER FAMILIES - CAC

CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE OF CAREGIVERS #73961916


location_on B
  • 980 9th Street Suite 1600
    Sacramento, Sacramento

California Alliance of Caregivers
  • serves foster, kinship, guardian, and adoptive families
  • provides one one-on-one assistance to families who need to connect to resources and benefits that are specifically for children and youth currently in or from foster care
  • provides free parent training and resources for all parents, but they are directed toward parents caring for children with mental health needs
  • hosts weekly, virtual, facilitated support groups
  • has a leadership coalition around the state that supports families at the local level
Trainings are free for all parents and caregivers. Training and support are primarily targeted to parents and caregivers of children in or from foster care; and children with mental health needs.

Web pages
FREE CALIFORNIA BIRTH CERTIFICATE FOR UNHOUSED PEOPLE - HC

HOUSING CALIFORNIA #82876115


location_on C
  • 1107 9th Street, Suite 560
    Sacramento, Sacramento

Housing California has information about how homeless services providers can assist people experiencing homelessness in getting a free copy of a California birth certificate. 

See details about process and eligibility at these web pages (a homeless service provider* must be involved):Please note that Housing California does not issue birth certificates. It provides information on how to obtain them at the links above.

* What is a “homeless service provider?”
  • i.) A governmental or nonprofit agency receiving federal, state, or county or municipal funding to provide services to a “homeless person” or “homeless child or youth,” or that is otherwise sanctioned to provide those services by a local homeless continuum of care or…
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PUBLIC BUS FARES & PASSES - NEVADA COUNTY CONNECTS

NEVADA COUNTY TRANSIT SERVICES DEPARTMENT - NEVADA COUNTY CONNECTS #4662436


location_on D
  • 12350 La Barr Meadows Road
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Info about bus fares and passes for Nevada County Connects, the public bus system in Western Nevada County, is on the website.

Discounted bus fare cards are available for qualified seniors, people with disabilities, and youth passengers. Children 5 years and younger ride free. The forms of identification listed below are required in order to be eligible for discounted fares. All applicants must have and show a valid photo ID.

Seniors
  • Senior (65+)
    • A valid state Driver's License or picture/age ID card
    • A valid Medicare card (not Medi-Cal)
  • Senior (80+) - Golden Ticket is a Lifetime Pass to the Nevada County Connects bus system (formerly Gold Country Stage) for seniors aged 80 and over. It provides the pass holder with unlimited free rides on all Nevada County Connects routes for the lifetime of the pass holder. Eligibility is open to all Nevada County seniors with proof of age (valid California ID card or Driver’s License). The Golden Ticket pass is not for use…
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FIREFIGHTERS BURN INSTITUTE, YOUTH FIRESETTER PROGRAM

FIREFIGHTERS BURN INSTITUTE, YOUTH FIRESETTER PROGRAM #65630940


location_on E
  • 3101 Stockton Boulevard
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-739-8525

If your child has experimented with fire, sign him or her up for the Firefighters Burn Institute Youth Firesetter Program. Call their toll free number 1 (888) 452-SAFE (7233) or email them from the Contact Tab above. Their program provides staff for pre-academy interviews with the child involved in firesetting and his/her family, a fire safety academy completed in two sessions is also provided. As part of the academy, children will learn:

-Fire safety education
-Fire hazard recognition
-Home escape planning
-Responsibility
-Problem solving skills
-Natural & legal consequences
-Communication
-Thinking errors
-Peer pressure
-Leadership skills
-Dealing with and sharing feelings.

Placement for families who need counseling services is also part of the program.
CALIFORNIA CHILDREN'S SERVICES - NCPHD

NEVADA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT #4661972


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  • 500 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530 265-1450

California Children's Services (CCS) is a statewide program that treats children with certain physical limitations and chronic conditions or diseases. Most physically handicapped conditions are eligible for benefits under the CCS program. The CCS Program is funded by the state, county, and federal tax money, along with some fees paid by the parents. This tax-supported program authorizes and pays for specific medical services and rehabilitation for children by CCS-approved specialists and has a Medical Therapy Program (MTU). CCS Offers diagnostic and treatment services, medical case management, and therapy for children and youth up to age 21.

Web pages
CHILD HEALTH AND DISABILITY PROGRAM - NCPHD

NEVADA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT #4661974


location_on F
  • 500 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Offers complete health assessments by medical providers for the early detection and prevention of disease and disabilities in children and youth. Services also include well baby, child and teen check-ups and care, school entry exams, and sports and camp physicals.

MATERNAL, CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH (MCAH) - NCPHD

NEVADA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT #4661943


location_on F
  • 500 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Jeana McHugh
    530-847-8293

The Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) Program provides pregnant parents and families with young children free home visits that are tailored to the families' specific needs.

Nurses can meet families in the comfort of their own home or by phone to provide:
  • Information about health, caring for your baby, breast/chest feeding, development, parenting, safety, family planning and more
  • Links to local services for healthcare, housing, food, transportation, day care, etc.
  • See web page for programs and details
    • Moving Beyond Depression - One-on-one Perinatal  Depression Treatment for families in a home visiting program
    • Becoming Us - Four session class for to-be parents on
      building a strong relationship before baby arrives
    • Parent Meetup
    • Infant / Baby Feeding Support Group - Lactation support, baby weights and feeding questions
    • Nurse Home Visiting - Resource navigation, breastfeeding support, health assessments, parenting information
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MENTAL HEALTH & SOCIAL SUPPORT SERVICES - NEVADA COUNTY - VCSS

VICTOR COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES #4663967


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  • 900 East Main Street, Suite 201
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Victor Community Support Services offers programs providing a wide variety of mental health and social support services to children, youth, young adults, and families.

Victor partners with behavioral health, child welfare, schools, and juvenile justice departments across California. To receive services, people must be referred by Nevada County Children's Behavioral Health or Child Welfare Services. Referrals from schools or the probation department must be funneled through behavioral health or child welfare.

Victor serves the youth and families of Nevada County through offices in
  • Grass Valley - 900 East Main St, Suite 201, Grass Valley, CA 95945
  • Truckee - 11209 Brockway Rd, Suite C306, Truckee, CA 96161 (moved from Levon Ave)
Below is a list of programs offered in Nevada County. Please visit the services page for more information.
  • Wraparound Programs
  • Child and Family Teaming
  • Community Based Mental Health
  • School Based Mental Health
  • Adult Case Management
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SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER (SUD) SERVICES - NCBH

NEVADA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT #4661926


location_on F
  • 500 Crown Point Circle
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • After-Hours
    530-265-5811

Nevada County Behavioral Health Substance Use Disorder Services offers:
  • Withdrawal management
  • Residential, outpatient, and perinatal treatment
  • Transitional living and prevention services
  • Additional services for people with both mental illness and substance use disorders who are Medi-Cal beneficiaries
  • Outpatient drug and alcohol services for youth
  • Walk-in Assessment Clinic for Drug and Alcohol Treatment for Nevada County Residents who have Medi-Cal or who might be eligible for Medi-Cal who are interested in Residential Treatment for a Substance use Disorder. Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 11:30am daily at 500 Crown Point Circle, Grass Valley, CA 95945.
Visit the Substance Use Services web page for info about
  • Assessment
  • Consultation and referral services
  • Prevention, including info about naloxone/Narcan
  • Resources
Rural Homeless Opiate Program
The Rural Homeless Opiate Program (RHOP) is a program of Nevada County Behavioral Health that can provide Substance Use Disorder (SUD) care c… [read more]