Youth Mental Health Services in Oroville

The AB1299 point of contact for Butte County can be reached by phone, at 530-879-3367 or by emailing AB1299.

  1. Foster Care Team

    The Foster Care Team provides screening and assessment for youth detained and placed out of home by the Butte County DESS. Youth who are screen will be provided with age-appropriate information about trauma and coping skills. Individuals who have underlying behavioral health issues will receive appropriate treatment services.

    Oroville Community Counseling Center
    88 Table Mountain Boulevard
    Oroville, CA 95965
    Phone: 530-538-2158

  2. Homeless Emergency Action Response Team 

    The Homeless Emergency Action Response Team (HEART) program provides street outreach services, a 24/7 crisis hotline and mobile response, emergency shelter, assessment, case management, and brief individual and family counseling to stabilize living situations and strengthen families.

    Phone: 1.877.4RunAWAY (877-478-6292)

  3. Live Spot

    Age Range: 0 to 24

    The Oroville Live Spot provides academic support, life skill and leadership development, vocational support, relationship building, connection to the community, and supportive services to high school age youth during after school hours. Programs that complement the Live Spot include Friday Night Live, Club Live, and Friday Night Live Impact Mentoring.

    2167B Montgomery Street
    Oroville, CA 95965
    Phone: 530-538-7124

    Monday through Thursday
    After school, or from 1 pm to 3 pm during Summer

  4. Outpatient Centers

    Age Range: 0 to 24

    Youth Outpatient Centers provide treatment and care for behavioral and emotional needs of children, transition age youth (TAY), and families. The services include mental health assessment, group and individual therapy, family therapy, case management, and skill building. If indicated, psychiatric evaluation and medication management is available. We also provide referrals to community support providers.

    Oroville Community Counseling Center
    88 Table Mountain Boulevard
    Oroville, CA 95965
    Phone: 530-538-2158

  5. Transition Age Youth Team

    Age Range: 16 to 24

    The Transition Age Youth (TAY) team provides services to young adults ages 16-24. The team works with young adults to provide the support and to teach the skills necessary for TAY individuals to transition into adulthood and to meet goals around self-sufficiency. Services provided address 5 key areas:

    • Clinical services for mental health improvement and stabilization.
    • Independent living skills including legal emancipation, fiscal management, housing acquisition and maintenance, 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; academic supports, employment readiness; job availability, acquisition, and retention.
    • Socialization opportunities including peer group assessment, identification of fun and healthy activities, and development of social supports and friends.

    Oroville Community Counseling Center
    88 Table Mountain Boulevard
    Oroville, CA 95965
    Phone: 530-538-2158

These Services Are Available by Referral Only

  1. Parent Child Interaction Therapy

    Age Range: 2 to 7

    Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), provided by Youth for Change, is for children with behavior problems, placing emphasis on improving the quality of the parent-child relationship and changing parent-child interaction. In PCIT, parents are taught specific skills to establish a nurturing and secure relationship with their child while increasing their child’s pro-social behavior and decreasing negative behavior.

    Greater Oroville Family Resource Center
    720 Daryl Porter
    Oroville, CA 95966

  2. School-Based Counseling

    Age Range: 5 to 21 (Kindergarten to 12th Grade)

    Northern Valley Catholic Social Services, Victor Community Support Services, Youth for Change, and Counseling Solutions provide mental health services in school settings throughout Butte County at over 60 campuses, covering most school districts. Clinicians provide a variety of counseling models and techniques to eligible students and their families. Medication services are available as indicated.

  3. Therapeutic Behavioral Services

    Age Range: 0 to 21

    Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS), provided by Victor Community Support Services and Youth for Change, is a one-on-one behavioral health service available to youth under age 21 and who’s behaviors are possibly placing them at significant risk of an out of home placement. TBS services need to be accessed through a referral by a clinician, psychologist or a mental health service provider. Therapeutic Behavioral Services are always used in conjunction with another mental health service.