VA Northern California Health Care System
Behavioral Health Fact Sheet
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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.
- 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.