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HEALING THROUGH LOSS & GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP - FREED

FREED CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING #17175140


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  • 435 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada

This resource is eligible for electronic referral. Healing through Loss & Grief is a support group for anyone who has experienced a significant emotional loss whether that loss is due to death (including suicide), divorce, or other life events, recent or past. Provides an opportunity to meet with other grievers, both men and women, in a safe, caring and supportive environment. The goal is to assist each other in the healing through grief process. Features weekly meetings and assignments.

For more information contact Maureen Gerecke at FREED 530-477-3333 or maureen@freed.org. Also see https://www.lossandgrief.org/. Offered twice a year, usually in January and August; sessions are 14 weeks. The first two weeks are open to anyone, then the group is closed for the remaining 10-12 weeks for those who wish to continue the process.

Winter 2022 group dates TBA
WHAT: Healing through Loss and Grief group
WHEN: Start date TBA. TIME: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Internet Video Conference
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IMALIVE - ONLINE CRISIS CHAT

IMALIVE #62918563



IMAlive is a live online network that uses instant messaging to respond to people in crisis.
https://www.imalive.org/
 
INPATIENT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES - HOH

HERITAGE OAKS HOSPITAL #4663528


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  • 4250 Auburn Boluevard
    Sacramento, Sacramento

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.
 
Inpatient Hospital - 916-489-3336, https://heritageoakshospital.com/
  • Heritage Oaks Hospital, 4250 Auburn Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95841
 
Inpatient Services
  • Heritage Oaks is a fully accredited, 125-bed acute psychiatric hospital
  • Offers inpatient behavioral health services for teens, adults, and senior adults experiencing psychiatric and/or substance abuse symptoms that negatively affect mental health and daily functioning, including treatment for substance abuse and chemical dependency issues with drugs and alcohol
  • Heritage Oaks accepts Medicare and Medi-Cal, as well as most commercial health insurance plans
  • Can provide suicide prevention resources
  • Heritage Oaks staff has proficiency in the following medical areas
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JFI - TRIANGLE OF PREVENTION

JASON FOUNDATION, INC. #62918606



The Jason Foundation, Inc. (JFI) believes that awareness and education are the first steps to suicide prevention.

Its Triangle of Prevention approach provides students, parents, and teachers with the tools and resources to help identify and help at-risk youth. This is accomplished through a curriculum unit for students and informational seminars for teachers and parents. The materials are easy to use and are intended to provide educational information. There is no intent to diagnose or treat suicidal ideation. JFI’s intention is to empower youth, educators and parents to help recognize when young people are in pain and know to get professional help involved as soon as possible. The Jason Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3).

http://jasonfoundation.com/get-involved/educator-youth-worker-coach/programs/
KNOW THE SIGNS - EMM

EACH MIND MATTERS #62918704


Know the Signs is a statewide suicide prevention social marketing campaign built on three key messages: Know the signs. Find the words. Reach out. This campaign is intended to educate Californians how to recognize the warning signs of suicide, how to find the words to have a direct conversation with someone in crisis, and where to find professional help and resources.

This campaign is funded through counties by the voter approved Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) (Prop. 63) and administered by the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA), an organization of county governments working to improve mental health outcomes for individuals, families and communities.
  • Prepare more Californians to prevent suicide by increasing knowledge of warning signs, how to offer help and local resources.
  • Provide individuals who are going through tough times with resources, hope and reassurance that help is available.
  • Work with the news media to increase news …
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LGBTQ+ VIRTUAL SUPPORT GROUP - CMH

COLOR ME HUMAN #73440364


LGBTQ+ Virtual Support Group - True Colors. The group currently meets on Zoom the last Tuesday of each month from 6-7:30pm. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMsdOigrzgvG9fFIW-8bXS-AxBLJR88Zc3W
MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS LINE - NCBH

NEVADA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT #41404349


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  • 145 Glasson Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada
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  • Emergency
    9-1-1

For a mental health crisis or mental health emergency:
call 530-265-5811 or 888-801-1437, 24 hours a day.


Provides assistance with mental health crises, including:
  • Suicide issues
  • Referrals for non-crisis services
  • Phone or in-person counseling
  • Evaluation and support in the Emergency Room of Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital in Grass Valley or Tahoe Forest Hospital in Truckee. Available 24 hours a day.

Crisis services include: 
  • Phone counseling for individuals in a mental health crisis or urgent situation.
  • In person assessment for individuals during a mental health crisis at the local emergency room.
  • Admittance to Psychiatric Inpatient Services under Welfare & Institution Code 5150.
  • After hours referrals for mental health services and other county services.
This is one of many possible First 5 Nevada County Ready to Grow (R2G) program resources.
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES - NAMI NEVADA COUNTY

NAMI NEVADA COUNTY #67117388


local_phone
  • 24/7 Message Line-NAMI replies within 24 hours
    530-648-0178

Offers information that helps family members and friends understand mental illness symptoms, basics of brain biology, problem solving, medications, empathy, communication skills, self-care, rehabilitation, fighting stigma, and advocacy.

NAMI can provide suicide prevention resources.
MENTAL HEALTH URGENT CARE CENTER - NCBH

NEVADA COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT #41665630


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  • 145 Glasson Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada
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  • Crisis Line
    530-265-5811

Offers a 23-hour program that provides emergency psychiatric care in a warm, welcoming environment for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis, including suicide issues.

Provides initial evaluation with assessment of needs and helps develop a recovery plan providing the next steps toward wellness.

Includes assistance with Medi-Cal, CalFresh, and other needed resources as well as follow-up support for families and individuals.

Open from 10am-10pm every day for immediate evaluation and treatment. After hours, all evaluations occur in the Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Emergency Department. Referrals from other agencies, including primary care physicians, therapists, substance abuse providers, and law enforcement are welcome from 10am-10pm daily.

This is one of many possible First 5 Nevada County Ready to Grow (R2G) program resources.
MENTAL HEALTH WELLNESS SCREENINGS FOR TEENS

WHAT'S UP? WELLNESS CHECKUPS #17203344


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  • PO Box 431
    Nevada City, Nevada

Provides mental health screenings for suicide risk, depression, and anxiety to 9th grade students and any grade student upon request. Screenings are voluntary and confidential, with followup support provided for treatment connections. Parent/guardian permission slips are downloadable st www.whatsupwellness.com. Offers mindfulness, expressive arts and boys groups in area high schools. Spanish translation services also available.