Behavioral Health Fact Sheet - VA Northern California Health Care System
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Behavioral Health Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet

Behavioral Health Fact Sheet

Monday, July 11, 2016

Triage/Same-Day/Walk-In

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(925) 372-2033

Programs and Services

Individual treatment & consultation services

  • Behavioral Medicine
  • General Behavioral Health Issues
  • Geriatric Psychiatry Consultation Service
  • Medication Management
  • Military Sexual Trauma
  • Post-traumatic Stress
  • Substance Abuse
  • Suicide Prevention Consultation Service

Group treatment services

Anger Management • Anxiety • Depression • PTSD • Relationships
Medication Compliance • Pain Management • Peer Support
Social Skills • Smoking Cessation • Stress Management
Substance Abuse • Socialization

Access to Care

  • Streamlined the intake process by offering additional appointments.
  • Increased the number of dedicated providers to triage walk-ins and same-day appointments.
  • Expanded substance abuse program to offer additional drop-in groups for those chronically struggling with use or recovery.
  • Added additional resources to the Primary Care Mental Health Integration Program to increase access to behavioral health services. This allows for timely consultation between primary care and mental health providers.

What’s New?

  • The goal of our new clinic is to create a space with ‘home-like’ qualities for our Veterans. The building was designed to reflect the aesthetics of the natural environment, with bright lighting features that simulate the calming effects of our local landscape.
  • The Behavioral Health Clinic is a potential LEED certified building, designed to reduce energy and water costs while creating a welcoming environment.
  • This new facility provides 10,400 square-feet more than the previous clinic.
  • Local artwork was donated and is showcased throughout the clinic.

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