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BHRS Programs Covid-19 Updates

For more information visit Covid-19 info page or call: 1-888-376-6246 to access county program information or mental health and alcohol and drug services.ll

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Emergency Support

Call: (209) 558-4600 For Emergency Services if you are in a crisis and need to speak to someone.
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Suicide Prevention & Crisis Services

Call: 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-SUICIDE for Suicide Prevention Crisis Lines & Nationally Accredited Crisis Center.

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Stanislaus County Program Information

Call: 1-888-376-6246 to access county program information, schedule an assessment for mental health or substance use disorder services, or to discuss the beneficiary problem resolution process (i.e., grievances, appeals, change of provider, etc.)

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Client and Family Support

Call: (209) 558-4610 for a Peer Advocate, or
Call: (209) 525-4982 for a Family Advocate.

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Children Youth Family Advocacy

Call: (209) 558-7494 for the Family Partnership Center.

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Patient's Rights

Call: (209) 525-7423 for information about patient's rights.

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Presumptive Transfers

Point of Contact: gro.srhbnats@evitpmuserp
                  Phone: (209) 247-8173, Fax: (209) 558-4245

Medical Records: Phone: (209) 525-6005, Fax: (209) 558-4328

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About Us

Who We Are

Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) administers Stanislaus County's behavioral health and recovery services.

What We Do

BHRS provides integrated mental health services to adults and older adults with a serious mental illness and to children and youth with a serious emotional disturbance. BHRS also provides outpatient and residential alcohol and drug treatment and prevention services and serves as Stanislaus County’s Public Guardian.

What We Offer

Services are provided in community-based locations throughout the County by over 500 staff in 80 County administered programs and community partnerships. BHRS has a strong emphasis on partnering with consumers and families, on providing culturally competent services and a belief that individuals can and do recover from mental illness and alcohol and drug addiction.

Sites of Interest

Select Network of Care below to visit our interactive behavioral health

Network of Care Website