Mental Health

Mental Health programs and services are committed to the principles of recovery, wellness, and discovery, which states that every client has the ability to:
  • Determine their own treatment course
  • Define what "purposeful activity" means to them
  • Determine how and in what way they wish to advance their own independence
  • Develop the interest and skills to determine how best to advantage "failure"
  • Develop their own defined family network
  • Advance their abilities in developing strong and lasting relationships of their choice.
Evidence Based Practices (EBP) are used to ensure the best treatment outcomes.
  1. 24-hour Crisis Services

    If you are experiencing a psychiatric emergency, help is available 24 hours a day.

  2. Crisis Stabilization Unit

    Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) is an outpatient program that provides crisis intervention and stabilization services to individuals in need of immediate crisis services.

  3. Children's Mental Health Services

    The Children and Family Services Program provides assessment, therapy, case management, psychological services, and medication services.

  4. Adult Behavioral Health Services

    Programs and services that promote behavioral health and wellness for adults including therapy, case management and medication support.

  5. Sempervirens Psychiatric Health Facility

    Sempervirens (SV) offers a locked facility for clients who have serious and persistent mental illness and need acute psychiatric care.

  6. Hope Center

    The Hope Center is a safe, positive environment where clients learn to live the best life possible - personally, socially, mentally and emotionally. It is a place to relax, create, socialize, play games, learn new skills and maximize your potential.

  7. Alcohol and Other Drugs Treatment Services

    Our Adult Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Treatment Services assist individuals who are experiencing substance use problems that are impacting their physical health, interpersonal relationships or causing employment or legal issues.

  8. Community Corrections Resource Center

    Gather information about the services and functions of the Community Corrections Resource Center.

  9. Behavioral Health Board

    The Humboldt County Behavioral Health Board meets monthly to discuss and evaluate the community’s behavioral health needs and priorities.

  10. Patients' Rights Advocacy Services

    Patients' Rights Advocacy Services ensures the rights of mental health consumers are known and observed.

  11. Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)

    The Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) provides funding to counties to expand and develop innovative and integrated mental health services for children, youth, adults, and older adults.