Other Programs

Wellness Program (Completed)
This program was funded by the County of Plumas. CalMHSA, acting as the contract administrator for the County, contracted with the Plumas Crisis Intervention Resource Center(PCIRC) to establish Wellness Centers in the communities of Chester, Greenville, Portola and Quincy. These Wellness Centers compliment and build on the existing Family Resource Center Model and will be developed with an understanding of best practices in the delivery of community mental health services.

Suicide Prevention Hotline (On going)
CalMHSA contracted with Kings View Behavioral Health to operate the Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline with specialized support and outreach provided to the seven contributing counties of Fresno, Kings, Mariposa, Madera, Merced, Stanislaus and Tulare.

Community Response Plan (Completed)
CalMHSA contracted with subject matter experts to develop a comprehensive suicide response protocol/toolkit for the rural community of the Tahoe/Truckee area.

CCMH Loan Repayment & Scholarship Program (On going)
Award scholarship to five (5) CCMH staff for Masters level degree; and five (5) CCMH staff for Bachelor’s degree. Staff must be a full-time permanent CCMH employee pursing a degree in the Mental Health field, with a two year services commitment after degree is earned. Staff can be awarded an amount up to $15,000.

CCC Behavioral Health Services (CCBHS) Employee Loan Forgiveness Program (On going)
The Program is designed to pay employee loan debt incurred by current or prospective employees or contractors who fill positions that the county has deemed to be a) hard to fill or retain, or b) part of a mental health career path.

Behavioral Health Transformation for 2020 and Beyond
For more information regarding this program, please visit the following links:
Summary of Carpe-Diem
Full Description