Hope Cooperative offers a vast array of mental health recovery programs that provide supportive services to individuals with a psychiatric disability to achieve the goals they have set for themselves to increase their quality of life. The following are brief descriptions of these programs:
HOPE Cooperative Mental Health Crisis Respite Center (CRC)
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. There is no medical staff at the Crisis Respite Center and participation is completely voluntary. 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. Every guest will leave with an individualized resource plan. If transportation to the CRC is an issue, the CRC staff may be able to help.
Call 916-RESPITE (737-7483)
New Direction Program
A Full Service Partnership, contracted with the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services New Direction provides individually tailored services for the achievement and maintenance of a stable and satisfying life in the community. Our clients are people who are experiencing homelessness and have a serious mental illness. Clients receive intensive case management and mental health servies as well as HUD funded housing subsidies. The staff provide the assistance one-to-one and in group settings to support and encourage life management and coping skills to achieve greater self-reliance.
The Services offered by The New Direction Team include:
Housing assistance, support and subsidies
Psychiatry, nursing and psychotherapy
Medication Assessment and Monitoring
Advocacy and Referral
Crisis Response Benefits acquisition
Substance Abuse Recovery and Support
Assistance with Medical Care
Skills Building Activities
Call (916) 993-4131
Peer Warm Line available to all New Direction Clients and Co-op Residents 24/7 at 916-247-7178
CORE Community Wellness Center
Marconi 3737 Marconi Ave. Sacramento, CA 95826
CORE Community Wellness Center Howe Coming Soon
CORE Community Wellness Center Downtown Location Coming Soon
Community Wellness Center December Calendar
CORE Community Wellness Center is available to the Sacramento County community members, age 18 years and older. The Centers will offer meaningful activities, including peerled activities, groups, and experiences that promote principles of Wellness, Recovery and Resiliency. The Centers will serve as both an entry point for individuals who need mental health services as well as ongoing support for individuals stepping down from intensive services or transitioning from the Mental Health Plan.
HOPE CORE HOWE & HOPE CORE Marconi
Currently provides services at
916-485-6500 3737 Marconi Ave. Sacramento, CA 95826
CORE provides services with a co-located peer run community wellness center. These centers will be open to all adult community members. In addition to these sites, services are delivered in the community, wherever requested. Services are strength-based, recovery, focused, and flexible. As the needs of the client change, the level of treatment intensity can be adjusted.
CORE uses the phased model approach. The focus of the phased model is on transitioning to a lower level of service intensity over time as a result of an increase in client functioning and natural supports. Level of service intensity can increase or decrease at any time based on client need. Any decision to increase or decrease services shall be made in agreement with the client and the rationale documented in the client’s electronic health record. Services shall be provided in the home, community, or office depending on the needs of the client. Services provided are engagement, assessment, plan development, safety planning, safety plan monitoring, individual and group social rehabilitation for skills building, medication monitoring, enhancing relationships and community connections, case management, discharge planning, and community resources.
Outreach and Engagement Center
3615 Auburn Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95821. Contact Number: 916-940-7180 Director: Joseph Smith @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The Outreach & Engagement Center (OEC) provides overnight respite and daytime services for people experiencing homelessness and their animals. Respite Center guests are provided meals, showers, sleeping accommodations, case management, and referrals to services and shelters.
The Hope Cooperative Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Program (COTP)
We have 2 locations where we offer both Outpatient Substance Use Disorder and Intensive outpatient Substance Use Disorder Treatment.
Outpatient: Clients receive up to 9 hours per week of individualized client centered treatment which consist of 30-60 minute individual sessions, crisis interventions, 90 minute group counseling 1-2xs per week, assessments, discharge planning, and case management. Clients have the choice of doing their services by in-person office visits, in-person community visits, or telehealth.
Intensive outpatient: Clients receive 9-18 hours per week of services which consist of 30-60 minute individual sessions, 3 hr long group sessions which can be 3-5 groups per week , crisis interventions, assessments, discharge planning, and intensive case management. Clients have the choice of doing their services by in-person office visits, in-person community visits, or telehealth.
650 Howe Ave bdg. 400-B Sacramento CA 95825 contact person Godgift Ogiemwanye (GG) 279-777-4747
3737 Marconi ave Sacramento, CA 95823 contact person Godgift Ogiemwanye (GG) 279-777-4747
Homeless Outreach Program (HOP)
HOP was created to provide outreach services to clients experiencing homelessness within the City of Sacramento. HOP’s goal is to interact with clients, build rapport by active listening, and make our best assessment of what services to provide them in collaboration with client’s desired outcome.
Contact: 311 or Greg Stupplebeen email@example.com
Enrollment into HMIS & supporting programs
General Case Management
Mental Health Referrals
Outreach & Engagement Center Referrals
Transportation to shelters
Referrals to VA/ROADS Home for Veterans
Return to Residence transportation
Hope Sober Living Homes (SLE)
2980 Del Paso Blvd Sacramento, CA 95815 contact person William Schneider 279-777-4732
We have a 20-bed facility for males only were individuals are provided housing for 6 to 12 months to become housing ready. Each individual has to remain abstinent from all substances including alcohol and has to be working a program of recovery. We provide food and cover all other housing expenses. Each individual will have daily chores to do and will have to attend a weekly house meeting to discuss rules and house situations that come up. There is a live-onsite manager there at all times to oversee the daily operations of the home and to support the clients.
948 Sacramento Ave. West Sacramento, Ca 95605
Robert Johnston, Program Director
50 W. Main Street, Woodland, CA 95695
Michael Johnson, Program Director
Hope ACT and Inspire are full service partnerships serving Yolo County adults, Older Adults and Transition Age Youth who suffer from mental illness and chronic homelessness. Each client works closely with an interdisciplinary team including a service coordinator, peer advocates, psychiatrist, nurse, and clinician. We provide intensive case management services to our clients which entails weekly visitation, support in community settings, referrals to alcohol and drug services, linkage to health care, financial institutions, county and community resources, employment services, and supportive housing. We work with clients to develop effecting coping skills, manage symptoms, and practice life skills to better support them in the community in which they live.
Additionally, through housing support we teach client’s independent living skills such as money management, housekeeping, personal care (dressing, grooming, and hygiene), food preparation, clothing management (laundry, sorting, identification), personal organization (materials and time management), and household maintenance.
CalAim Enhanced Case Management and Community Support Services
Robin Bouc (916) 893-3804 firstname.lastname@example.org
650 Howe Ave Bldg 300 Sacramento, CA 95825
CalAIM (California Advancing and innovating Medi-Cal) is a multi-year initiative by the CA Dept. of Health Services 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 their eligible members with Enhanced Care Management, or “ECM.” We provide a variety of services to our target populations of people experiencing homelessness and “high utilizers” of the medical system including but not limited to:
• Linkage and support to Primary Care Physicians, medical specialists, and other health clinics
• Transportation to and from appts., linkage to medical transportation services.
• Advocacy including support at medical appts.
• Resources/referrals for housing, income, AOD, IHSS, and other benefits.
• Goal setting, crisis management, safety and wellness assessments, life-skills coaching.
In addition, we will be providing Community Supports (CS) services for eligible Anthem, HealthNet and Partnership Health Plan members.
This includes Housing Tenancy and Sustaining services and Housing Deposit Support.
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