This is a collection of programs that can help you get on your own path!
If you are experiencing a psychiatric emergency, help is available through our 24-hour crisis line. Services include outpatient care, medication support, Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) and Sempervirens Psychiatric Health Facility, depending on a person’s level of need. Assessments, referrals and emergency services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Culturally adapted individual and group therapy and substance abuse programming for Native American families. Youth-specific programming and peer mentors available.
One stop shop for young people 16-26 in Humboldt County. Offers Behavioral Health Counselors and Case Managers, Peer Coaches, Independent Living Skills Coordinators, and HCTAYC Youth Leadership Development Opportunities. Also referrals to Vocational Counselors and Public Health Nurses.
The TAY Center is open for services on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 1– 4 p.m. It is currently a “No Chill’ zone until further notice to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19. Upon arrival you are expected to have your own mask/ face covering, a health screening will be asked at the door, you will have your temperature taken by a staff member, you must maintain 6 feet of social distancing, and only 2-3 people are allowed at a time. Staff reserve the right to ask you not to enter for safety concerns. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please contact the TAY Center staff you work with individually to set up appointments, not all staff members will be available during these hours. HCTAYC and YAB activities are available through conference calls and via online communication.
Adolescent Treatment Program (ATP) offers outpatient treatment for youth ages 12 to 18. Our program is designed to provide care to clients in their community, at home or in the office. ATP is currently staffed by a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and three Substance Use Disorder Counselors. ATP utilizes evidence-based practices from a variety of approaches designed to best meet the needs of youth experiencing substance use disorder(s) (SUD), including mild, moderate and/or recovery from severe SUD.
Youth must be Medi-Cal eligible to receive services and may call Beacon screening alone, with a caregiver or another service provider to request services at 855-765-9703. TTY users call 800-735-2929 or 711.
Call 707- 441-3773 or email at ATP@co.humboldt.ca.us for questions or assistance with this process.
Anonymous and confidential. Alcohol and other drug early intervention for teens ages 13 to 19 at no cost. Two interactive sessions are one-on-one with an adult facilitator. A third session with parent/guardian is optional. https://bgcredwoods.org/progra...