Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program
Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program Grant Helps Turning Point Community Programs Open a Crisis Residential Treatment Center in Rancho Cordova
Turning Point Community Programs recently opened its Viking Drive Crisis Residential Treatment Center in Rancho Cordova. Turning Point Community Programs was approved to receive funds through our Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program to open a 15-bed Crisis Residential Treatment Program to address the County’s continuum of care and offer alternatives to psychiatric hospitalization for individuals 18-59 years of age experiencing a mental health crisis. Check out the video below to see the new location up close and learn more about the project!
The County of Sacramento has also recently opened a 15-bed Crisis Residential Treatment facility known as "The Stay" on Marconi Avenue in Sacramento. Similar to the Viking Drive location, the facility also treats individuals 18-59 years of age who may be experiencing a mental health crisis. The virtual grand opening can be found on the county's YouTube channel, video seen below.
Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program Grant Helps San Bernardino County Open a Crisis Residential Treatment Center and Crisis Stabilization Center in Fontana, California
San Bernardino County (County) opened two treatment centers in the City of Fontana, funded through CHFFA grants under the Investment in Mental Health Wellness Grant Program: the Wellspring Center, a 16-bed Crisis Residential Treatment Program (CRT), as well as the Merrill Center, a 16-bed Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU). The CRT provides short-term crisis residential treatment services to individuals ages 18 to 59 who are experiencing an acute psychiatric episode and/or crisis and are in need of crisis residential treatment services. The CSU is a 23-hour psychiatric urgent care center where County residents, aged 13 and older, in crisis can be assessed for stabilization services, medication evaluation and management, or hospitalization. State Treasurer, Fiona Ma, and CHFFA staff visited the locations in February 2020 – check it out for yourself!