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Behavioral Health Services - Mental Health Services MHSA

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Caring for the mental health needs of San Joaquin County residents.

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The mission of San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services is to partner with the community to provide integrated, culturally and linguistically competent mental health and substance abuse services to meet the prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery needs of San Joaquin County residents.


The vision of San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services is to collaborate as a resilient team exploring changes, sharing ideas, striving to empower consumers, families, volunteers and care providers toward building hope, addressing disparities, and fostering wellness and recovery through individual strength-based treatment.


The personal commitment of every individual contributes to the overall success and integrity of the organization, creating a caring, positive, fiscally responsible and productive environment.


Crisis Intervention
Crisis intervention is a service to enable a consumer to cope with a crisis, while maintaining functioning as a community member to the greatest extent possible.
Read our Frequently Asked Questions about Activity Center for Developmentally Disabled Adults, Older Adult Day Treatment, and San Joaquin County Mental Health.
Job Openings
Find out job openings that are available for Permanent Positions and Temporary Positions in the San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services.

Helpful Information

* Protect yourself from extreme cold - (English)

* Frio extremo: guia preventiva - (Spanish)

* 24-Hour Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-8255

* 24-Hour San Joaquin County Crisis Hotline

* 24-Hour San Joaquin County Crisis Warmline

Words of Comfort
Life can be disappointing and painful at times, but there is hope. Many of our clients have learned to manage their illnesses and are doing well.
Mental Health Matters - 2015


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