Services

We offer mental health programs to support individuals with a psychiatric disability achieve their quality of life goals.

CRISIS RESPITE CENTER

About

Staffed 24/7 and serves any individual in Sacramento County who is at least 18 years of age experiencing a mental health crisis but is not in immediate danger to self or others.

All individuals utilizing the Crisis Respite Center are be eligible to stay for up to 23 hours and expect service based in compassion, understanding and knowledge. While at the Crisis Respite Center, the primary goal is to offer a stable and supportive environment so that the “guest” is better positioned to explore their crisis with a solution-oriented mindset. There is no medical staff at the Crisis Respite Center and participation is completely voluntary.

Every guest will leave with an individualized resource plan with linkage and referrals to continued support. If transportation to the CRC is an issue, the CRC staff may be able to help.

SERVICES

  • A peaceful environment without the need for insurance, ID, or TB test
  • Transportation to the center and a light rail pass on exit
  • Access to Phones, Computers, and Wi-Fi
  • Healthy peer interactions with staff and other guests
  • ACCESS or CST referral
  • Connection to resources in Sacramento County
  • Light meals
  • Advocacy
  • Culturally competent care with highly-trained staf

FULL SERVICES PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS

About

These services follow the Assertive Community Treatment model that aims to address the complex needs of individuals who may have difficulty functioning in their daily lives.

Our goal is to improve the overall well-being and functioning of FSP clients through comprehensive and coordinated supports. These programs are tailored to meet the unique needs of each participant and may involve ongoing assessment and adjustment of services based on the individual’s progress and changing circumstances.

These programs aim to secure stable housing for individuals, empowering them to pursue their recovery goals. Our approach focuses on providing support in the least restrictive manner, aiming to help them enhance their quality of life.

CONTACT – NEW DIRECTION PROGRAM – SACRAMENTO

CONTACT – HOPE INSPIRE PROGRAM – WEST SACRAMENTO

CONTACT – HOPE INSPIRE PROGRAM – WOODLAND

SERVICES

  • Case management
  • Housing assistance
  • Support and subsidies
  • Psychiatry
  • Nursing and psychotherap
  • Medication assessment and monitoring
  • Advocacy and referral
  • Crisis response benefits acquisition
  • Employment support
  • Substance abuse recovery and support
  • Assistance with medical care
  • Skills building activities
  • Peer supports
“Thank you for giving our son a new beginning.”Parents of a Hope INSPIRE client

CORE Community Wellness Centers

About

CORE Community Wellness Centers are available to all Sacramento County community members age 18 years and older. The centers provide inclusive and meaningful activities, including peer-led activities, groups, and experiences that promote Wellness, Recovery and Resiliency.

At CORE, we act as both an entry point for individuals who need mental health services as well as ongoing support for those transitioning from intensive services.

CONTACT – CORE X Street – SACRAMENTO

SERVICES

  • Peer Support
  • Access to mental Health services
  • Shower and laundry services at CORE Howe & CORE X Street
  • Meaningful activities
“Hope helped give me the tools to move forward in my life and I am using them daily. Hope is awesome, accurate, cares about each individual and are life savers”Client of the X Street Wellness Center

CORE Programs

About

CORE provides services with a co-run Community Wellness Center. Our services extend beyond these centers and are provided wherever needed in the community. We focus on strength-based, recovery-oriented, and flexible approaches, adjusting treatment intensity as client needs evolve.

CORE follows a phased model approach focusing on transitioning to lower service intensity over time, correlating with increased client functioning and access to natural supports. Services shall be provided in the home, community, or office depending on the needs of the client.

CONTACT – CORE Marconi – SACRAMENTO

CONTACT – CORE X Street – SACRAMENTO

CONTACT – CORE Howe – SACRAMENTO

SERVICES

  • Assessment
  • Safety plan and monitoring
  • Individual and group social rehabilitation
  • Skills building
  • Medication monitoring
  • Job readiness
  • Housing readiness
  • Case management

Homeless Outreach Program

About

Hope’s Homeless Outreach Program was created to provide outreach services to clients experiencing homelessness within the City of Sacramento. Our primary goal is to actively engage with clients, establishing meaningful connections through empathetic listening, and make our best assessment of what services to provide them in collaboration with client’s desired outcome.

SERVICES

  • Enrollment into HMIS & supporting programs
  • General case management
  • Mental health referrals
  • ID Vouchers
  • Birth Certificates
  • Bus passes
  • Outreach & Engagement Center referrals
  • Transportation to shelters
  • AOD referrals
  • Clothing
  • Hygiene kits
  • Referrals to VA for Veterans
  • SSI/SSDI assistance
  • Return to residence transportation
“The HOP team are stewards of our community, lending a helping hand with kindness and compassion to those experiencing homelessness.”Haley Sills, OEC Shift Supervisor

Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Program (COTP)

About

COTP supports individuals experiencing substance use disorders who also have mental health challenges. With two convenient locations, we are dedicated to providing individualized, high-quality substance use disorder treatment to support the unique needs and preferences of each client on their journey to recovery.

SERVICES

  • OUTPATIENT
  • Up to 60 minute individual sessions
  • Crisis interventions
  • 90 minute group counseling 1-2 per week,
  • Assessments
  • Case management
  • In-person office visits, in the community, or telehealth.
  • INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT
  • 30-60 minute individual sessions
  • 3 hour long group sessions which can be 3-5 groups per week
  • Crisis interventions
  • Assessments
  • Intensive case management
  • In-person office visits, in the community, or telehealth
“The groups are educational and informing. They teach you about your addiction, about mental health, about medication. You can ask Dennis anything, any question of any sort, and he’s got an answer, or he’ll get an answer for you. He’s very informative. I enjoy going to his class.”Christina Morris Client

CalAIM

About

CalAIM (California Advancing and innovating Medi-Cal) is designed to improve quality of life and health outcomes of Medi-Cal members through a broad delivery system, offering Californians a more equitable, coordinated, and person-centered approach to maximizing their health and life trajectory.

Our CalAIM Care Managers work directly with Anthem Blue Cross and HealthNet Managed Care Plans to provide eligible members with Enhanced Care Management. CalAIM provides a variety of services to our target populations of people experiencing homelessness and “high utilizers” of the medical system.

In addition, Hope’s CalAIM provides Community Support services for eligible Anthem, HealthNet and Partnership Health Plan members. This includes housing navigation, tenancy sustaining services, and housing deposit support.

SERVICES

  • Linkage and support to Primary Care Physicians
  • Medical specialists, and other health clinics
  • Transportation to and from appointment
  • Linkage to medical transportation services
  • Advocacy, including support at medical appointments
  • Goal setting
  • Crisis management
  • Safety and wellness assessments

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COMMUNITY

Northview Pointe Opening in Fall 2024

Northview Pointe will be able to house about 100 people. It will include wraparound services to support people as they transition out of homelessness.

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