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1 Addiction Recovery Adult Drug Court th Street, B100 (209) Provides treatment and aftercare services to individuals who are court ordered to treatment and on probation. Community Casa 2201 Morrill Road Riverbank, CA (209) :00-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday Alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services for individuals with alcohol and/or other drug addictions. Families in Partnership (FIP) with Community Services Agency 1920 Memorial Drive Ceres, CA (209) Provides comprehensive services to families with infants and children involved in the Child Welfare System who have been exposed to alcohol or drugs. The focus of this program is to keep the family together. Staff includes nurses, social workers, case managers and clinicians. Genesis Narcotic Replacement Treatment (209) :00-3:30 PM, Monday - Friday An outpatient medical model program combining counseling and methadone to treat individual dependent on opiates. The program includes a 21-day detoxification and maintenance component. Juvenile Drug Court 2215 Blue Gum Avenue Modesto, CA (209) Alcohol and drug treatment for high-risk youth and their families. Services include assessment, case management and aftercare

2 in partnership with Juvenile Probation. Juvenile Justice/Juvenile Hall (For child on formal probation) 2215 Blue Gum Avenue Modesto, CA (209) :00-6:00 PM, Monday - Friday Evening hours available Alcohol and drug and mental health services to youth who are on probation to reduce criminal behavior, and strengthen families. Juvenile Hall services include assessment, treatment and psychiatric services. Crisis response service and on-site intensive mental health services are available in this program. Proposition 36 - Substance Abuse Crime Prevention Act th Street, B100 (209) Assessment and case management services for individuals referred by the court for non-violent drug offenses. Stanislaus Recovery Center 1904 Richland Avenue Ceres, CA (209) Adult Residential Treatment Program (209) Hour/7 Days A Week A social model residential treatment and recovery program, using a phase-based approach. Admission, placement and length of time in the program are determined by individual need. A voluntary program specializing in treating individuals who have relapsed and/or been resistant to other types of treatment. Contact program for visitation times. Day Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Programs are also available at this location. Treatment can be 'stepped' down or up depending on an individual's need. Perinatal Treatment Program (First Step) (209) Residential 24 Hour/7 Days a Week Day Treatment Services: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM at 1920 Memorial Drive, Suite C Ceres, CA Monday - Friday

3 Residential, day and outpatient perinatal treatment for pregnant and/or parenting women and their children 0-5 years of age. Services include individual and group counseling; alcohol and drug education; assistance in obtaining prenatal, postpartum and other health care needs; life skills education; therapeutic child care on site; developmental assessments of children; and coordination of mental health treatment for children. Drop-in Center (209) :00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday A safe place for consumers and alumni to relax and share their experiences. Volunteers are mentored and operate the Drop-in Center. After Care Services (209) Hours: As scheduled Services are provided free of charge to any adult consumer who has completed a drug and alcohol treatment program (BHRS or contract program of BHRS). Among the classes offered is Relapse Prevention. StanWORKs Behavioral Health Services 1917 Memorial Drive Suite A-4 Ceres, CA (209) Lander Avenue Turlock, CA (209) :00-5:00 PM, Monday - Wednesday 8:00 AM - 12 Noon, Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Wednesday 251 E. Hackett Road Modesto, CA (209) :00-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday Assessment and treatment services for individuals with mental health, alcohol/drug and/or domestic violence issues, which prevent them from obtaining or holding employment. This program is only available to individuals who are receiving TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families) benefits.

4 Teen Recovery Center 330 McHenry Avenue, Suite C (209) or (209) :00 PM - 7:30 PM, 1st and 3rd Tuesday Provides two programs utilizing evidence-based curriculum. Youth enrolled in the program will either receive dual diagnosis treatment or alcohol and drug treatment depending on their needs and funding. The dual diagnosis track provides to youth who have MediCal or Healthy Families coverage a 90-day structured outpatient program that has three components: 1) intensive in-home individual and family treatment, 2) teen group, and 3) multi-family group. Youth who are in need of alcohol and drug treatment will receive a 90-day structured outpatient program that consists primarily of groups. Turlock Regional Services Residents of Turlock, Denair, Knights Ferry, 2101 Geer Road, Ste. 120 Waterford, Keyes, and Newman Turlock, CA (209) Alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services for individuals with alcohol and/or other drug addictions. West Modesto Regional Services Residents of Modesto, Salida, Ceres, 1100 Kansas Ave., Ste. A Hickman and Hughson Modesto, CA (209) Alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services for individuals with alcohol and/or other drug addictions. Westside Resource Center Residents of Crows Landing,Grayson, 118 N. 2nd Street, Suite D Newman, Patterson or Westley Patterson, CA 9535 (209) Alcohol and drug treatment and recovery services for individuals with alcohol and/or other drug addictions.

5 ACCESS English is spoiken at all program sites. Other languages are noted. When necessary, qualified translator services are available to meet additional language needs. Call for program information or to access mental health and alcohol and drug services. Medi-Cal Intake & Referral 1501 Claus Road Modesto, CA Hour/7 Days a Week Individuals with Medi-Cal coverage can access services by calling the above number. Physicians treating Medi-Cal beneficiaries may call to request psychiatric consult. Community Emergency Response Team/Emergency Services 1501 Claus Road Modesto, CA (209) Hour/7 Days a Week Emergency mental health assessment and referral services provided for emergent and pre-emergent behavioral health situations in collaboration with families, consumers, law enforcement and emergency room personnel. Some services are provided in the community. Non-crisis services include a consumer and family member-staffed 'Warm Line' and on-site peer support available to consumers and families who need support and referrals. Call to access services or request a psychiatric evaluation. Warm Line/On-site Peer Support 1501 Claus Road Modesto, CA (209) Hour/7 Days a Week Consumer and family member staffed Warm Line provides telephone and on-site support for mental health consumers and family members who need assistance and referrals for non-crisis situations. Behavioral Health Promotion and Prevention Services (209)

6 Program provides print information on alcohol, drug and mental health issues and the Friends Are Good Medicine Support Group through the Stanislaus County Website. The program also monitors Driving Under the Influence (DUI), PC1000 (Drug Diversion) and primary AOD prevention programs provided by community-based programs on a contract basis. ADVOCATE SERVICES Family Advocacy (209) :00 AM - 5:00 PM, M o for Family-to-Family Classes In collaboration with the National Alliance of Mentally Ill, Stanislaus, assistance is provided to families in accessing and utilizing mental health, alcohol and drug services. Support and information is provided to family members to help cope with the illness of a loved one. In addition, families are supported in their interactions with service providers in order to help improve and facilitate these important relationships. Ombudsman Services TTY Translation Available For help with Medi-Cal, mental health or managed care services Patients' Rights Advocate (209) The Patients' Rights Advocate is an advocate for all consumers receiving mental health, alcohol and drug services in Stanislaus County. Primary responsibility is to ensure that the rights of the mentally disabled are acknowledged and upehld. Advocacy services at administrative hearings and judicial writ hearings are provided for those individuals experiencing involuntary detainment. Training, consultation and client complaints regarding denial of rights are also provided. The Patients' Rights Advocate works independently from all service providers to ensure the consumer's rights are upheld.

7 0-18 years Aspira Counseling Center and Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) 151 E. Canal Drive Turlock, CA (209) :00 AM - 8:00 PM, Monday and Tuesday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Outpatient counseling, case management and medication services for children and their families. Therapeutic Behavioral Services are provided to children that meet the criteria for this intensive one-on-one behavioral shadowing. TBS works one-on-one to stabilize them in their current placement in order to avoid placement in a higher level of care. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Clinic 916 McHenry Avenue (209) :00 AM - 7:00 PM, Monday and Wednesday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Friday Individual and family counseling and support; parent education and advocacy groups; children's skill building groups; referrals; case management; and medication services. Center for Human Services 1700 McHenry Village Way, Ste. 11-B (209) Administrative Services (209) :00 AM - 8:00 PM, Monday - Thursday 8:00-5:00 PM, Friday Spanish and American Sign Language Capabilities Youth and family counseling in community and school-based settings; crisis intervention; assistance with runaways; juvenile diversion; violence prevention; support groups; teen pregnancy prevention education; and adolescent substance abuse prevention services. Child Welfare (For children living in a foster or group home) 251 E. Hackett Road Modesto, CA (209) Hours: Vary based on needs of clients and family Monday - Friday Evening hours available Spanish and Laotian Language Capabilities Assessments, referrals and mental health services to children, families, foster families and group homes. Helps children remain in the most home-like setting possible and assists them through the child welfare process in partnership with Child Welfare.

8 Children's Outpatient and Early Intervention 1400 K Street, Suite B (209) :00-6:00 PM, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 8:00-8:00 PM, Wednesday 8:00-5:00 PM, Friday Individual, group and family counseling to children 6-17 years of age. Early Intervention program focuses on providing prevention and treatment services to children 0-5 years of age. Consultation services for children and families are provided in school, Head Start and child care settings. Teacher and parent education is also provided. Children's Sexual Abuse Treatment Team th Street (209) :30 AM- 6:00 PM, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (Closed 12 Noon - 1 PM) 8:30-5:00 PM, Thursdays 8:30-1:00, Friday just for adults Outpatient counseling for children, adolescents and their families who have issues related to sexual abuse. Contract Services For a child participating in Healthy Start, Migrant Head Start,Ceres School District, Head Start, Empire Schools or Modesto City Schools (209) Provides consultation, training and supervision of interns, psycho-educational groups, individual counseling and some family counseling. Emotionally Disturbed (ED) School Based Services 1100 Kansas Avenue, Ste. B Modesto, CA (209) Provides services to children and adolescents who have been identified as emotionally disturbed. Includes on-site school services, respite, wraparound services, advocacy and clinical services. Services also available to family members. Family Partnership Center 421 E. Morris Avenue 8:00-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday with special evening and weekend programming.

9 Kinship Mental Health: (209) Mental health services to relative caregivers and children in their homes in partnership with Child Welfare. Kinship Supportive Services: (209) Respite, recreational activities and legal services to relative caregivers and children in their homes in partnership with Child Welfare. Parent Partnership Project / Families Together (209) or Focus on empowering parents of children who are challenged by their behavioral and/or emotional needs through support, information, mentoring, advocacy and parent-child centered activities. A Mental Health Services Act enhancement and expansion for supports and services for youth with SED and their families and Kincare providers. Juvenile Justice/Juvenile Hall (For child on formal probation) 2215 Blue Gum Avenue Modesto, CA (209) :00-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday Mental health and alcohol and drug services to youth who are on probation and their families or caregivers. Goal is to keep youth with their families, reduce criminal behavior, and strengthen families. Juvenile Hall services include assessment, treatment and psychiatric services. A Mental Health Services Act enhancement providing crisis response services and on-site intensive mental health services. Home Based Services Program 916 McHenry Avenue (209) :00-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday In-home mental health services and support for high-risk children and their families. Individual and family therapy, as well as parent education. Kirk Baucher Non-Public School/Day Treatment (3rd - 8th grades) 918 Sierra Drive Modesto, CA (209) :00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday - Friday Individualized educational and mental health services for children in the Day Treatment Program. Services include individual, group and family therapy, child advocacy, referrals and medication services.

10 Leaps and Bounds Program (0-5 years of age) 4640 Spyres Way, Bldg. B., Suite 7 Modesto, CA (209) Outpatient program for children 0-5 years of age and their parents. Services include parent/child therapy; play therapy; education on child development; and assistance with accessing mental health services as well as other early intervention programs in the community. Focus is on assistance in developing strong relationships between parents and their young children. The Childcare Consultation Program works with daycare providers, parents and children with the goal to have children and families ready for kindergarten and able to maintain their childcare placement. Oakdale Community Care Center for Children 145 N. 2nd Street Oakdale, CA (209) Provides assessments, referrals and connection to providers, as well as mental health services to high-risk children, adolescents, and their families. Includes individual, group and family treatment. Public School Based 1200 F Street (209) :00-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday Provides a continuum of mental health services to Emotionally Disturbed (ED) children in the public school system. Counseling services provided to children on the school site. Family therapy and child advocacy are also included. Sierra Vista Elementary Non-Public School/Day Treatment (K-3rd grades) 1414 Scenic Drive Modesto, CA (209) :00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday - Friday Individualized educational and mental health services for children in the Day Treatment Program. Services include individual, group and family therapy; child advocacy; referrals; and medication services. Sierra Vista Learning Center 830 E. Minnesota Turlock, CA (209) :30-4:00 PM, Monday - Friday

11 Non-public school for emotionally disturbed children and dual diagnosis of pervasive developmental disorder or developmental delay. Teen Recovery Center 330 McHenry Ave., Suite C (209) or (209) :00-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday 6:00-7:30 PM, 1st and 3rd Tuesday of month Provides two programs utilizing evidence-based curriculum. Youth enrolled in the program will either receive dual diagnosis (mental health & alcohol and drug) treatment or alcohol and drug treatment depending on their needs and funding. The dual diagnosis track provides youth who have MediCal or Healthy Families a 90-day structured outpatient program that has three components: 1) intensive in-home individual and family treatment, 2) teen group, and 3) multi-family group. Youth who are in need of alcohol and drug treatment will receive a 90-day structured outpatient program that consists primarily of groups. Turlock Child and Family Counseling 2925 Niagra Street Turlock, CA (209) Individual and family counseling and support; parent education and advocacy groups; children's skill building groups; referrals; case management; and medication services. Turlock Regional Center Available to residents of Patterson 2101 Geer Road, Ste. 120 Turlock, CA (209) Spanish and Assyrian Language Capabilities Provides assessments, referrals and connection to providers. Also provided: mental health services to high-risk children, adolescents and their families including individual, group and family treatment. Youth and Family Services th Street (209) :00 AM - 6:00 PM, Tuesday and Wednesday Provides assessments, referrals and connection to providers. Also provided: mental health services to high-risk children, adolescents, and their families,

12 including individual, group and family treatment. Westside Resource Center 118 N. 2nd Street, Suite D Patterson, CA 9535 (209) Provides assessments, referrals and connection to providers, as well as mental health services to high-risk children, adolescents, and their families. Includes individual, group and family treatment.

13 Transitional Age Youth Years Consumer and Family Employment & Empowerment Center - Turning Point (209) :00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday - Friday Spanish Capabilities A Mental Health Services Act program for transitional age young adults, adults, and older adults. The center is a consumer and family service center. Meeting space is available for consumer and family organizations and self-help groups. Employment services focus on assistance with personal development goals related to volunteerism, supported employment and competitive employment options. Transitional Age Young Adult Service Team th Street (209) Spanish and American Sign Language Capabilities Services for young adults years of age with mental illness who demonstrate interest and readiness for self-reliance but require certain supports to achieve this. In addition to outpatient mental health services, clients are linked to a variety of community housing, vocational, educational services, as well as peer support. Transitional Age Young Adult Drop-in Center - Josie's Place th Street (209) :00-4:00 PM, Monday - Friday Spanish, Thai and Laotian Language Capability A Mental Health Services Act program providing an array of resources to support young adults (18-25 years/16-17 years if a current client of BHRS) in four different transition domains: employment,educational opportunities, living situation/housing and community life.

14 18+ Years Adult Sex Offender Treatment Program th Street (209) :00 AM - 6:00 PM, Monday - Wednesday (closed 12 Noon - 1:00 PM) 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Thursdays 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM, Friday Outpatient counseling services for adult sex offenders and their victims. Conservatorship Investigation (209) Accepts referrals for investigation of the need for conservatorship. Consumer and Family Employment & Empowerment Center - Turning Point (209) :00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday - Friday A Mental Health Services Act program for transitional age young adults, adults, and older adults. The center is a consumer and family service center. Meeting space is available for consumer and family organizations and self-help groups. Employment services focus on assistance with personal development goals related to volunteerism, supported employment and competitive employment options. Estate Management Office (209) Facilitates all financial and estate related decisions on behalf of Public Guardian conservatees. Garden Gate Respite - Turning Point 609 5th Street Modesto, CA (209) hours/7 days a week Short-term emergency housing for adults with serious mental illnesses who come into contact with the Stanislaus Homeless

15 Outreach Team or law enforcement. Services include linkage to behavioral health care providers and a variety of other community resources. Referrals to the Respite Center are made through law enforcement personnel or the Stanislaus Homeless Outreach Program only. A Mental Health Services Act program for outreach and engagement. Health/Mental Health Team 1917 Memorial Drive TX 1 Bldg. Ceres, CA (209) :00-5: 00 PM, Monday - Friday A Mental Health Services Act funded multi-disciplinary program that provides intensive, integrated services to individuals 18 years and older who have both a serious mental illness as well as diabetes or hypertension. Services include case management, counseling, family education, medication and rehabilitation services. Support is available to clients on a 24/7 basis. The team works closely with family physicians. In addition, individuals are linked to community support groups and encouraged to develop their own peer support and recovery groups. Housing Services (209) Assists current BHRS clients with improving their living situation. Referrals are made through clients' case manager. * Information and referral for housing resources * Assistance in accessing community housing programs * Independent living skills training Integrated Forensics Team 1720 G Street (209) A Mental Health Services Act multi-disciplinary program providing comprehensive mental health and co-occurring services for adults (18 years and older) on probation who are underserved and either homeless or at risk of homelessness, have frequent contact with law enforcement, and/or are frequent users of hospital and emergency room services. Services are also available to qualifying individuals coming out of state hospitals and some Drug Court participants with a co-occurring disorder. Services include: case management, crisis response, family support,

16 housing and employment assistance, mental health rehabilitation, medication support, peer support and 24/7 coverage. A Mental Health Court will be available later in 2007 as a result of a partnership with the Criminal Justice System. This service will provide treatment which has shown to reduce the amount of time an individual spends in jail and can reduce the recidivism rate. Office of the Public Guardian (209) Responsible for ensuring the needs of court appointed conservatees are met. Restoration to Competency Bldg. D (209) Services to mentally ill individuals who are determined by the courts to be not competent to stand trial. Services include psychiatric treatment and instruction about the court process and various roles that play a part in the judicial system. The goal is to restore individuals to trial competency. Stanislaus Multi-Cultural Community Health Coalition/West Modesto/King Kennedy Neighborhood Collaborative 607 California Avenue Modesto, CA (209) Spanish and Cambodian Language Capabilities A Mental Health Services Act program to provide outreach and engagement to underserved and unserved culturally and ethnically diverse populations of all ages with a focus on Hispanic, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islanders, African-Americans and Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender with a Serious Mental Illness or Serious Emotional Disturbance. StanWORKs Behavioral Health Services 1917 Memorial Drive Suite A-4 Ceres, CA (209) Lander Avenue Turlock, CA (209) :00-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday

17 251 E. Hackett Road Modesto, CA (209) :00-5:00 PM, Monday - Friday Assessment and treatment services for individuals with mental health, alcohol/drug and/or domestic violence issues, which prevent them from obtaining or holding employment. This program is only available to individuals who are receiving TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families) benefits. Telecare East Modesto Regional Services 1601 Yosemite Blvd., Suite A (Residents living east of McHenry Avenue in Modesto, Empire or (209) La Grange) MediCal Recipients Only Limited Mental health rehabilitation and recovery services for individuals who as a result of serious and persistent mental illness have difficulty maintaining stable residence, significant inability to engage in productive activities and daily responsibilities, or experience frequent or lengthy psychiatric hospitalization. Telecare SHOP Westside 1601 Yosemite Blvd., Ste. A (209) A multi-disciplinary program that provides comprehensive mental health and co-occurring services for adults (ages 18 and older) who are underserved and either homeless or at risk for homelessness, and who are from the west or south sides of Modesto funded through the Mental Services Act and AB2034. Services include: case management, crisis response, family support, housing and employment assistance, independent living skills training, mental health rehabilitation, medication support and 24/7 crisis coverage. The Council for the Spanish Speaking of the Diocese of Stockton a.k.a. El Concilio 1314 H Street (209) Spanish Speaking Capabilities A Mental Health Services Act program to provide outreach and engagement

18 to underserved and unserved culturally and ethnically diverse populations of all ages with a focus on Hispanic, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islanders, African-Americans and Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender with a Serious Mental Illness or Serious Emotional Disturbance. Turlock Regional Services 2101 Geer Road, Ste. 120 Residents of Turlock, Oakdale, Denair Turlock, CA Knights Ferry, Riverbank, Waterford, (209) (telephone hours 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Keyes, Patterson and Newman MediCal Recipients Only Spanish, Assyrian, Farsi, Armenian and Turkish Language Capabilities Mental health rehabilitation and recovery services for individuals who as a result of serious and persistent mental illness have difficulty maintaining stable residence, significant inability to engage in productive activities and daily responsibilities, or experience frequent or lengthy psychiatric hospitalization. Turning Point/Stanislaus Integrated Service Agency th Street (209) Spanish, Arabic, and Assyrian Language Capabilities Intensive case management services to individuals experiencing frequent or lengthy periods of involuntary psychiatric hospitalization with a focus on returning and supporting these individuals in community living. Referrals for service must be made through Regional Service Teams. Vocational Readiness/Turning Point - Employment Support Program (209) Available to current BHRS clients who qualify for services, which include pre-employment training and education and access to Department of Rehabilitation services. Referrals are made through clients' case manager. For convenience, services are offered at each Regional Team site. Wellness Recovery Center th Street (209) Spanish, Hindi, and American Sign Language Capabilities Services for those diagnosed with mental illness and who are interested in support or recovery. Consumers must have completed rehabilitation

19 services or have no need for intensive case management or crisis intervention services. Peer facilitated groups and activities are free of charge, confidential and available to consumers without a referral. West Modesto Regional Services 1100 Kansas Ave., Ste. A Residents living West of McHenry Modesto, CA Avenue in Modesto or Salida, Ceres, (209) (telephone hours 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) Hickman or Hughson 7:00 AM or 5:00 PM appointments may be arranged MediCal Recipients Only Spanish, Lao, Cambodian, Hmong and Vietnamese Language Capabilities Mental health rehabilitation and recovery services for individuals who as a result of serious and persistent mental illness have difficulty maintaining stable residence, significant inability to engage in productive activities and daily responsibilities, or experience frequent or lengthy psychiatric hospitalization.

20 Inpatient Services Stanislaus Behavioral Health Center of Doctors Medical Center 1501 Claus Road Modesto, CA (209) Hours: Inpatient services are 24 hours/7 days a week Stanislaus Behavioral Health Center is a 67-bed psychiatric treatment facility with inpatient programs for seniors and adults. Other services include partial hospital (day hospital) programs. * JCAHO accredited * Treatment programs available to the public and private sector; contracts with most insurance companies * Public/private partnership with Doctors Medical Center Inpatient Services (209) Adult Unit C-1 (209) Adult Unit D (209) Patient Finance Office for assistance with disability and SSI applications (209)

21 Older Adults (60+) Consumer and Family Employment & Empowerment Center - Turning Point (209) :00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday - Friday A Mental Health Services Act program for transitional age young adults, adults, and older adults. The center is a consumer and family service center. Meeting space is available for consumer and family organizations and self-help groups. Employment services focus on assistance with personal development goals related to volunteerism, supported employment and competitive employment options. Senior Access and Resource Team th Street (209) A Mental Health Services Act program providing comprehensive assessment, interventions and services including peer counseling, medication and linkage services. Facilitates awareness of older adult behavioral health needs among clients, families and agencies/service providers. Also available is consultation with other mental health providers and programs, local skilled nursing and residential care facilities. Provides depression screening and outreach specific to Hispanic communities. Senior Access Treatment Team th Street (209) A multi-disciplinary program that provides comprehensive assessments, integrated services which focus on improving access to mental health services for older adult individuals who are acutely or severely mentally ill. This includes focused, short-term case management and linkage to other communities resources.

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