Where can family members of people with an alcohol or drug problem get help?
Contact Al-Anon at (888) 425-2666, help is provided for those concerned about someone with an alcohol or other drug problem.
Where do I get a Release of Information form?
Speak to any staff member at the front desk to obtain a Release of Information (ROI) form.
How long until I can get some medication?
An initial prescription requires you to be seen by a physician, this could possibly take up to 15 days. However, an appointment may be available sooner based on individual needs as determined by our triage staff.
New and Noteworthy
- The 30-Day Public Comment period and Public Hearing for the MHSA Annual Update for FY 18-19, have concluded. A revised version of the Plan Update for FY18-19 with a summary of the public comments and responses as well as a recap of the public hearing can be found at https://www.yolocounty.org/mhsadocs. The revised document will be presented to the Local Mental Health Board on Monday, February 26, 2018.
In November 2004, California voters passed Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). MHSA funding provides a broad continuum of prevention, early intervention and services, and the necessary infrastructure, technology and training elements to effectively support the local mental health services system throughout California.
Yolo County's public planning process for implementation of the MHSA began in the fall of 2004 and continues today. This webpage supports the ongoing work effort by providing access to related documents for each component of the MHSA.
All current and archived Plans and Plan Updates can be found at: http://www.yolocounty.org/health-human-services/agency-information/mental-health-services-act-mhsa/mhsa-documents
Community Services and Supports (CSS)
- Children's Mental Health Services
- Pathways to Independence for Transition Age Youth
- Adult Wellness Alternatives
- Older Adult Outreach and Assessment
- Housing and Supportive Services
- Benefits Specialist
- Free to Choose
- Access to Care for the Homeless and Indigent Program (Formerly Greater Access Program/GAP)
- Community Outreach and Rural Engagement (CORE)
- Housing Now
Prevention and Early Intervention
- Urban Children's Resiliency
- Rural Children's Resiliency
- Senior Peer Counselor Volunteers
- Early Signs Training and Assistance
- Crisis Intervention Team Training
Technology and Capital Facilities
Service Locations & Contact Information
MHSA Project Coordinator
137 N. Cottonwood Street, Suite 2500
Woodland, CA 95695
M-F 8: 00am – 4:30pm