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The Behavioral Health Division provides a wide range of prevention and treatment options for Santa Cruz County adults, children and their families.
 

The County of Santa Cruz is thrilled to announce the launch of the LGBTQ+ allyship statement, titled "Behavioral Health Equity Collaborative: Standing with Our LGBTQ+ Community" and "Colaborativo de Equidad de Salud Mental y Tratamiento del Uso de Sustancias: Apoyando a Nuestra Comunidad LGBTQ+."

 

 

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  • This video was produced by the Santa Cruz County Behavioral Health Law Enforcement Liaison Program. 
  • This video was produced by the Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz illustrating the power of Recovery and their Community Connections Program.  The Volunteer Center is a contract partner of Santa Cruz County Behavioral Health.
     

 

 

 

 

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What's New

Behavioral Health Equity Collaborative: Standing with Our LGBTQ+ Community

Colaborativo de Equidad de Salud Mental y Tratamiento del Uso de Sustancias: Apoyando a Nuestra Comunidad LGBTQ+.

Suicide Prevention Trainings - Various trainings around the central coast

Development of Crisis Continuum – 2/21/23 Stakeholder meeting to receive input and discuss what mobile crisis response resources are needed within the Santa Cruz Community. Video  Slides

The County of Santa Cruz is pleased to announce the launch of the South County Mobile Emergency Response Team for Youth (MERTY), providing community and field-based crisis intervention services to youth age 21 and younger.

Quality Management Plan FY21-22

Quality Improvement Work Plan Evaluation FY22-23

MHP Consumer Perception Survey 2021

DMC-ODS 2021 Consumer Survey: Adults  Youth

External Quality Review (EQRO) Reports:
MHP EQRO FY22-23
DMC-ODS EQRO FY22-23

Culturally & Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Plan Update 2023-24 - The State of California requires each County Behavioral Health system to have a "Cultural Competence" plan.

MHSA Annual Three-Year Plan FY 2018-19

Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS)
A clinical assessment tool to facilitate the linkage between the assessment process and the design of individualized service plans including the application of evidence-based practices.