Traditions Behavioral Health, a Psychological Corporation, specializes in public-private partnerships where we take care of the administration, billing, scheduling, organizing, payroll, and benefits so that you can do what you love best: seeing the patients that you were trained to see.
TBH works with a variety of organizations all over California, including the following:
Alameda Health System (AHS) is a major public health care provider and medical training institution recognized for its world-class patient and family centered system of care.
Through a welcomed partnership between patient, family and the healthcare team, AHS provides comprehensive, high quality medical treatment, health promotion, disease prevention and health maintenance in an integrated system of hospitals, clinics, and health services. As a training institution, AHS maintains an environment that is supportive of a wide range of educational programs and activities, including education of medical students, interns, residents, continuing education for medical nursing, and other staff, along with medical research.
Our campuses are located in Oakland, CA., and the East Bay area.
Behavioral Health provides services for individuals in crisis, for youth, for adults and for alcohol and drug treatment. Services are provided in Chico, Paradise, Oroville, Gridley and rural communities.
Our Mission: “Partner with individuals, families and the community for recovery from serious mental health and substance abuse issues and to promote wellness, resiliency and hope.”
“Community Research Foundation (CRF) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. The organization has two primary purposes:
- To design and operate programs focused on the treatment, education, and rehabilitation of individuals with mental health problems who may also have co-occurring substance use problems in a way that is culturally sensitive, and will promote recovery and decrease the stigma of mental illness and co-occurring substance use problems.
- To conduct scientific research which is designed to assess the quality and appropriateness of services, and continue to discover and implement innovative ways of working toward the ultimate goal of recovery from mental illness and co-occurring substance use problems.”
Crestwood Behavioral Health is proud to be California’s leading provider of mental health services, assisting thousands of consumers from across the state. Our focus is on creating strong relationships with counties in which we both have a financial commitment, providing the services which are tailored to meet consumers’ specific needs, and reinforcing a common set of values that guide our practices and policies.
Since 1965, Telecare has been committed to making a difference in the lives of people with serious mental illness. We believe in recovery, and in the human ability and desire to reach its full potential. We have created an environment that puts the client at the center of the organization, and a culture where employees and clients are empowered in achieving their goals.
Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital
“Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital is a 95-bed mental health treatment center for adolescents and adults. Recovery is important to us and we are committed to a supportive environment and an ongoing plan for long-term improved mental health. We are dedicated to educating the public about the value of identifying and treating behavioral illnesses, addictions and their impact on people’s lives.
Treatment services include screening, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, crisis intervention, consultation, education, individual therapy and group counseling. Aurora uses a multi-disciplinary team approach to deliver high-quality care. The treatment team is led by a psychiatrist and often includes a licensed therapist, psychiatric nurse, activity/recreational therapist, clinical social worker, and mental health counselors. The treatment team offers not only their clinical expertise and experience but also their concern and compassion.
Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital also specializes in the treatment of co-occurring diagnosis; a combination of alcoholism/drug use and a behavioral health issue or a mental health disorder.”
“The newly created Behavioral Health Services Division of Contra Costa Health Services combines Mental Health, Alcohol & Other Drugs and Homeless Program into a single system of care. With increasing challenges in serving complex populations with multiple disorders, this integration is a response to the growing desire to have improved client outcomes through a systems approach that emphasizes “any door is the right door,” and that provides enhanced coordination and collaboration when caring for the “whole” individual.”
Humboldt County Mental Health
San Benito County Behavioral Health
Santa Barbara County Behavioral Health
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
San Jose Behavioral Health
Seton Medical Center
Ventura County Mental Health
“The Ventura County Medical Center Psychiatric Unit at Hillmont Psychiatric Center (HPC) is a 24 hour, acute psychiatric hospital for patients who are a danger to self or others, or gravely disabled because of a mental disorder. The program provides evaluation, protection, stabilization and treatment for the acute phase of serious mental illness. Collaboration with outpatient service providers for continuity of psychiatric care is also arranged. LPS designated hospital. “