Behavioral Health and Recovery Services

Vision

Inspiring hope and recovery for those we serve as the premier provider for quality whole person care

Mission Statement

Behavioral Health and Recovery Services is committed to empowering our diverse community with hope, recovery, and wellness by providing comprehensive holistic care.

Values

  • Humility
  • Integrity
  • Compassion
  • Innovation
  • Customer Service
  • Inclusion

Services

A variety of mental health and substance abuse programs are available to consumers in Merced County. The County is able to provide a selection of services to children, youth, adults, and their families.

Behavioral Health services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be accessed by appointment, walk-in, or by contacting emergency services.

Interpreters

Both inpatient and outpatient sites have staff that speak Spanish and several Southeast Asian languages. We also provide interpreter services in other languages and sign through third party providers. All interpreter services are available at no cost to consumers.

Quality Improvement Workplan

Medi-Cal SMHS Dashboard

Children and Youth MHP 

Children and Youth MHP ADA

Adult MPH

Adult MPH ADA


2016 Statewide Level Specialty Mental Health Services Performance Dashboard Report: 2016 Mental Services Performance Report

2016 County Level Specialty Mental Health Services Performance Dashboard Youth Report: 2016 Merced Youth Services Performance Report

2016 County Level Specialty Mental Health Services Performance Dashboard Adult Report: 2016 ADA Merced Report

 2017 Children and Youth County Level SMHS Performance Dashboards: 
2017 Youth Merced Services Performance Report

2017 Children and Youth County Level SMHS Performance Dashboards – (ADA Version): 2017 ADA Youth Merced Services Performance Report

 2017 Adult
 County Level SMHS Performance Dashboards: 2017 Adult Merced Services Performance Report

 2017 Adult
 County Level SMHS Performance Dashboards – (ADA Version): 2017 ADA Adult Merced Services Performance Report