Behavioral Health

We are here to help. 

Behavioral Health provides services for individuals in crisis, for youth, for adults and for alcohol and drug treatment. Services are provided in Chico, Paradise, Oroville, Gridley and rural communities.

Our Mission: "Partner with individuals, families and the community for recovery from serious mental health and substance abuse issues and to promote wellness, resiliency and hope."

Youth Services

Outpatient Centers

Age Range: (0-24)

Youth Outpatient Centers provide assessment and treatment for behavioral and emotional needs of children and families. These services include mental health assessment, individual, group and family therapy, case management, and skill building. For our more intensive clients we offer Full Services Partnership (FSP) services. This could include a team approach to include in-home, school based, community and family supportive services.

For further information click here.


Foster Care Support

Age Range: (0-18) 

The foster care team provides screening, assessment and treatment to all youth involved with the child welfare system. Clients received individualized based on their needs informed by the assessment and the Child Family Team (CFT.)

Foster Youth Continuum of Care: Behavioral Health has a close partnership with Department of Employment and Social Services (DESS) to ensure that all foster youth are provided specialty mental health services (SMHS) as mandated by the Continuum of Care Reform (CCR). The most vital function of this partnership is the sharing of information regarding foster youth who need to be referred for SMHS as well as foster youth who are currently enrolled in services at DBH. Behavioral Health’s commitment to serving all foster youth residing in Butte County is evidenced by the creation of a position dedicated to the oversight of compliance to the CCR guidelines. This oversight includes close tracking of referrals, timeliness to services, child and family team meeting attendance, and progress report completion as defined within the Pathways to Mental Health Services Core Practice Model. Lastly, DBH is redrafting internal CCR Policy to ensure it aligns with the requirements within the newly-updated Medi-Cal Manual and to keep clinicians, contractor providers and DESS social workers apprised of regulation changes.

For further information on the core practice model and medi-cal manual click here.

Butte County AB1299 Contact:

Please email AB1299@buttecounty.net or call 530.879.3367 to reach Behavioral Health's AB1299 contact.


Transition Age Youth (TAY) Support

Age Range: (16 to 24)

The Transition Age Youth Team (TAY) assesses and develops an individualized based treatment plan. The focus it to transition into adulthood and become self-sufficient. Services provided address 4 key areas based on the treatment plan:

  • Clinical services for mental health improvement and stabilization
  • Independent living skills including fiscal management, housing acquisition and maintenance, budgeting and health-related supports and services
  • Education and vocational training services including subject/career exploration, campus visits, training program identification, linking training to jobs
  • Employment services including career and job interest and skills assessment; employment readiness; job availability, resume building, acquisition, and retention
  • Socialization opportunities including peer group assessment, identification of fun and healthy activities, and development of social supports and friends

The team recognizes the need to make services available where youth are located. The program focuses on delivering rapid response and help directly to the individual at: school, home, hospitals, job sites and/or on the street. Collaboration with the schools and other groups facilitate the ability to provide response in these locations.

Other services available through our partners:

 

Counseling Solutions

Northern Valley Catholic Social Services

Valley Oaks Children’s Services

Victor Community Support Services

Youth For Change



Locations and Contact:






Chico

Community Counseling Center

109 Parmac Rd., Suite 1, Chico, CA 95926

530.891.2945 







Oroville

Oroville Community Counseling Center

88 Table Mountain Blvd., Oroville, CA 95965

530.538.2158






Gridley

Gridley Family Services

995 Spruce Street, Gridley, CA 95948

530.846.7305







Paradise

Paradise Community Counseling Center

5910 Clark Road, Suite W, Paradise, CA 95969

530.872.6328







   

 Contact BHD

Behavioral Health Crisis Lines
24 hours a day / 7 days a week
800.334.6622, or
530.891.2810

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800.273.TALK (8255)
Chat online at
suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Crisis Text Line
Text LISTEN to ‘741741’

Veterans Crisis Line
800.273.8255 (press 1)  

Friendship Line (older adults)
800.971.0016

Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQ+)
866.488.7386

North Valley Talk Line
4:30pm to 9:30pm / 7 days a week
855.582.5554

 Locations & Hours

Butte County Behavioral Health Administration
3217 Cohasset Rd
Chico, CA 95973
Monday – Friday
8:00am to 5:00pm

530.891.2850

Excludes Holidays
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 Get Started

Call the Behavioral Health Access Line at 530.891.2810 to get started.

During the phone conversation we will ask whether your needs are urgent and what type of help you are looking for.

See the three steps for getting started.