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TAHOE YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES

TAHOE YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES #65631159


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  • 1021 Fremont Avenue
    South Lake Tahoe, El Dorado
local_phone
  • 24 Hour Crisis Line
    800-870-8937

The mission of Tahoe Youth and Family Services is to promote the healthy development of children, youth, and families in the community by providing counseling, education and support services.

Their primary goal is to provide a safety net of services. They serve families through professional and confidential individual and family counseling, community outreach, mentoring, Project Safe Place, Wraparound services, emergency youth shelter and a 24-hour crisis line.

Current Services include:
  • Individual & Family Counseling
  • Adult Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Adolescent Recovery Groups
  • Individual Teen Drug & Alcohol Counseling
  • Life Skills Group
  • Juvenile Treatment Center Counseling (South Lake Tahoe, CA)
  • Counseling services for very young children
  • 24 Hr. Crisis Line
  • Mentoring Program
  • Street Outreach Program
  • Teen Drop In/Resource Centers
  • Project Safe Place
TAHOE-TRUCKEE FUTURE WITHOUT DRUG DEPENDENCE (FWDD)

TAHOE-TRUCKEE FUTURE WITHOUT DRUG DEPENDENCE (FWDD) #65631158


local_phone
  • Devin Bradley, Project Coordinator
    530-546-1924

FWDD’s mission is to build a healthy community free from drug and alcohol abuse.

Its vision is for all Tahoe-Truckee communities to be safe, healthy, and free of drug and alcohol dependence, and its impacts.

The FWDD Coalition advocates for responsible practices and policies by all members of the community to promote the value to young people that drugs and alcohol are not a necessary component of having fun.

FWDD is a community-wide coalition formed in January of 2010, comprised of diverse members from at least 12 different sectors working together to reduce, prevent or delay youth substance abuse.

Sectors include youth, parents, faith, schools, youth serving organizations, law enforcement, business, civic, government, health care, media, alcohol, and other drug prevention and treatment professionals.

FWDD’s priority area is prevention of use and risk of substance abuse by our youth; substances may include alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
VIRTUAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES - HOH

HERITAGE OAKS HOSPITAL #70234644


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  • Heritage Oaks Hospital - oversees 3 outpatient centers
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-480-5101

Heritage Oaks Hospital has one inpatient hospital, three outpatient centers, and offers virtual services.
 
If you or a loved one may need behavioral health treatment, call Heritage Oaks Hospital at 916-489-3336. Free assessments are available 24/7.
 
Virtual Services - 916-480-5101, https://theoaksoutpatient.com/

Teleassessment and telehealth/telemedicine services include a Virtual Partial Hospitalization Program (V-PHP) and a Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program (V-IOP). Outpatient care provides the next important step in continuing the recovery process. Successful recovery and transition back into productive home, work and family environments depends greatly on the quality of care patients receive following inpatient treatment.
 
For individuals suffering with behavioral health disorders, V-PHP and V-IOP allow the flexibility to receive treatment from the comfort of home with less interference to daily life. Virtual programs offer the same therapeutic support available in a… [read more]
VIRTUAL RECOVERY RESOURCES - SAMHSA

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION #74370114


location_on C
  • 5600 Fishers Lane
    Rockville, Montgomery
local_phone
  • National Helpline
    800-662-4357

Staying connected is important, so SAMHSA provides a three page document (PDF) of virtual recovery resources: https://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/virtual-recovery-resources.pdf

This tip sheet describes resources that can be used to virtually support recovery from mental/substance use disorders as well as other resources.

Website:
WE ARE TEENS ALWAYS HELPING (WATAH): JUVENILE DIVERSION PROGRAM

WE ARE TEENS ALWAYS HELPING (WATAH): JUVENILE DIVERSION PROGRAM #65631188


location_on D
  • 655 Menlo Drive
    Rocklin, Placer
local_phone
  • Forrest Stumbo Facillitator/Coordinator
    530-886-2868

What is WATAH?

The WATAH group is made up of adolescent boys and girls, ages 12-16.

The WATAH group meets twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4pm-5:30pm to discuss issues, such as problems rooted in low self esteem, social skills deficiencies, and problematic behaviors.

Community service combined with positive adult interaction is also an important part of the program. WATAH is geared to the needs of youth and provides protocols for directing the energy potential in our youth, as well as preparation for dealing with life's pressures and enhancing social skills. In accordance with the Diversion Program, you are guided by home and school visits.

Parental guidance is supported with contractual terms and conditions in the voluntary contract, as well as expanding communication and parenting skills. The program is a drug deterrent not substance abuse treatment.

What does WATAH do?

Group meetings are designed to establish the following:
  • Group rapport
  • Sense of community
  • Explore personal fee…
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YOUTH SERVICES - PRIDE INDUSTRIES

PRIDE INDUSTRIES #65945081


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  • 10030 Foothills Boulevard
    Roseville, Placer

PRIDE’s youth services program helps youth with disabilities and those exiting foster care prepare for an independent adult life. These youth are often already at a disadvantage, and through this program, PRIDE provides individualized services and a mentoring relationship to help each individual address their unique educational and employment needs. Services include paid work experience, soft skills employment training, tutoring, employment placement assistance, and job coaching.

Services Provided
  • Assessment
  • Employment Preparation
  • Tutoring and assistance
  • Help to access community resources
  • Paid work experience
  • Customized job development services
  • Job placement
  • Job coaching
Eligibility Requirements
  • Reside in Placer County
  • Ages 17-21 years old and out-of-school
  • Income eligible
  • Face one or more qualifying hurdles such as drop-out, homeless, experience in foster care, disability, substance abuse, mental health, poor work history, or government assistance
YOUTH SUBSTANCE USE - COUNTY OF PLACER

PUBLIC HEALTH - COUNTY OF PLACER #68107142


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  • 11573 C Avenue
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Kory Annonio
    530-886-2811

SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION & SERVICES
This program aims to prevent substance abuse and its related consequences by empowering community, families and individuals to adopt healthy behaviors.