Thank you for visiting the Yolo County Local Mental Health Board (LMHB) page. The LMHB is dedicated to providing guidance to the Yolo County Board of Supervisors and the Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency on issues regarding mental health, substance use disorders, and public guardianship. We work closely with both bodies to support the best public policy available for our Yolo County residents.
We have 15 dedicated members on our Board, including peers, family members of people with mental illness, mental health professionals, and folks from a variety of other backgrounds.
We invite the public to attend our meetings on the fourth Monday of each month. Our schedule is located on this page. We rotate our meetings between Woodland, Davis, West Sacramento, and beginning this coming year, one rural venue each year. In May 2018, we will include Winters in our rotation.
Our activities include public forums, in which we invite the public to have an several hour-long discussions throughout the county regarding issues important to them. This year, we will begin site visits throughout the county to residences and facilities where peers live and receive services. We also collaborate with agencies like the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and our services providers, to reach out to those who would benefit from Agency services.
Most importantly, we are an important group where Yolo County residents can express their concerns and hopes regarding mental health services. Please visit our meetings, and feel free to contact us for more information.
James C. Glica-Hernandez
Chair, Yolo County Local Mental Health Board
Membership & Contact Information
The LMHB is made up of fifteen rotating members appointed by the Board of Supervisors, with one permanent member, who shall be a member of the Board of Supervisors. Members are appointed as follows:
(1) At least 50% of the members shall be consumers or the parents, spouse, sibling, or adult children of consumers, who are receiving or have received mental health services.
(2) At least 20% of the total membership shall be consumers and at least 20% of the total membership shall be families of consumers.
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LMHB Executive Committee
Board Chair: James Glica-Hernandez
Yolo County Contacts
Community Partners, Resources, & Links
Meeting agendas, minutes, and other related materials are attached to the calendar events listed below. Click on the meeting date to download meeting materials for review.