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  • El Dorado County
  • Placer County
  • Yolo County
  • Department of Health Care Services (DHCS)
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    El Dorado County Department of Public Health 

    Healthy people living in healthy communities throughout
    El Dorado County.

    The mission of the El Dorado County Public Health Department is to promote the health and safety of people, their animals and the communities of El Dorado County.




    Public Health Administrative Office 
    931 Spring Street
    Placerville, CA 95667
    (530) 621-6156
    (916) 358-3555, Ext. 6156

    Public Health Hotline
    Recorded Message
    (530) 621-6140

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    Placer County Mental Health Services 

    We offer the full spectrum of adult mental health and substance abuse services including rehabilitative, out-patient and day treatment, and in-patient and residential programs.

    Client support is also available through housing, employment, recreation, and self-help programs.

    To meet the needs of clients having both substance abuse and behavioral health problems, a wide variety of out-patient alcohol and drug abuse services are also available directly through the County and through contract inpatient and residential facilities. We also offer a special free service for seniors living at home, Senior Peer Counseling.

    Auburn at DeWitt Center
    11512 B Avenue,
    Auburn, California 95603
    530-889-7240
    FAX: 530-889-7293

    Roseville:
    101 Cirby Hills Drive
    Roseville, California 95678
    PH: (916) 787-8800
    FX: (916) 787-8857

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    Yolo County Department of Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Services 

    Yolo County Department of Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Services provides a range of mental health services to community members of all ages, including adults, older adults, children, and youth. Services are aimed at helping individuals with serious mental illness live as contributing and successful members of their families and communities. Services are provided to clients through outpatient clinics and Regional Resource Centers in Woodland, West Sacramento, and Davis, school-based sites, and through a network of community agencies and independent providers. The Department also provides a range of alcohol and drug prevention and treatment services. Our staff strives to honor diversity and to ensure the provision of culturally and linguistically competent services.

    24-Hour CRISIS and ACCESS toll free line:
    (888) 965-6647
    TDD (800) 735-2929

    Administration:
    137 North Cottonwood Street, Suite 2500
    Woodland California 95695
    (530) 666-8516


    About the Department of Health Care Services

    The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) works to preserve and improve the physical and mental health of all Californians. DHCS provides health care services for approximately 9.4 million Californians through Medi-Cal, including medical, dental, mental health, substance use treatment services and long-term services and supports. This is accomplished through an investment of approximately $70 billion annually in public funds for the care of low-income families, children, pregnant women, seniors and persons with disabilities. DHCS focuses on delivering quality, effective services primarily through coordinated systems of care provided by 21 Medi-Cal managed care plans located in all of California’s 58 counties. For more information about DHCS, please visit www.dhcs.ca.gov.

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