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California

SUTTER - YUBA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Psychiatric Emergency Services (also known as crisis)
Serves adults and children of all ages within both Sutter and Yuba Counties

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A LIFE-THREATENING CRISIS CALL 911

FINDING HELP IN A CRISIS
  • Life Threatening Emergency CALL 911
  • Call Psychiatric Emergency Services @ (530) 673-8255, request welfare check; calls answered - 24/7
  • Call or Voluntarily go to Psychiatric Emergency Services clinic 7am-11pm
    (530) 673-8255
    1965 Live Oak Blvd
    Yuba City, CA, 95991
  • Go to Adventist -Rideout Emergency Department -24/7 if Life Threatening Emergency
    726 Fourth Street
    Maysville, CA, 95901
PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY SERVICES AVAILABLE 24/7
  • CRISIS LINE 24/7:
    (530) 673-8255 Toll Free 1 (888) 923-3800
  • VOLUNTARY WALK-IN — DAILY 7AM-11PM
    Sutter- Yuba Behavioral Health
    1965 Live Oak Blvd
    Yuba City, CA
  • ADVENTIST HEALTH EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT 24/7 5150 APPLICATION ASSESSMENT
    726 Fourth Street
    Marysville, CA
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY SERVICES
  • Assessment by staff with expertise in psychiatric emergency services
  • Determination of best level of care needs including but not limited to:
    • Crisis Support on an outpatient basis
    • Support/Safety planning
    • Problem Solving
    • Referrals to community resources and supports
    • if legal criteria met, initiation of 5150 involuntary hold
    • if criteria met, voluntary or involuntary admission to inpatient psychiatric hospital
    • *PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY SERVICES DOES NOT have MEDICATION SERVICES available to prescribe, refill or dispense medications* Please call (530) 822-7200 ext 0 to reach SYBH Adult re ception OR (530) 822-7513 for SYBH Youth reception for medication related issues.
Friends Hugging Outline
SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINES
EMOTIONAL SUPPORT LINES
  • CALIFORNIA PEER RUN LINE:
    1 (855) 845-7415 Phone line answered by peers who have lived experience and can provide emotional support on the experiences of living with behavioral health conditions. This line is not a crisis line and staff answering the line are not therapists or counselors.
  • Cal HOPE LINE:
    1 (833) 317-4673 Phone line answered by trained staff who can provide emotional support for those struggling with COVID –19 related stress. This line is not a crisis line and staff answering the line are not therapists or counselors.
W&I 5150 APPLICATION CRITERIA
As a result of a mental health disorder
  • Danger to Self
  • Danger to Others
  • Gravely Disabled (unable to provide food, shelter, clothing or provide for basic needs)...

CONDITIONS THAT DO NOT MEET W&I 5150 APPLICATION CRITERIA IN THE ABSENCE OF A PRIMARY MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER

  • Intoxication from ingestion of alcohol or under the influence of illegal drugs
  • Organic brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Traumatic Brain Injury or Intellectual Disability
WHAT IF YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE DOES NOT MEET CRITERIA FOR HOSPITALIZATION?
  • Outpatient services may be a better fit for you or your loved ones needs
  • Timely follow up to outpatient care is essential. SYBH offers a range of outpatient care. Call (530) 822-7200 ext 0 to reach SYBH Adult reception or (530) 822-7513 for SYBH Youth reception for more information on outpatient care

Behavioral health conditions can be both short term or chronic and can stabilize and improve with treatment. This means that you or your loved one may need to seek services for a short time or consistently over a long period of time. It is important to note that individuals with behavioral health conditions can and do recover and that there is hope for recovery. To learn more about behavioral health conditions please visit https://www.nami.org/Home or enroll in a Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) class. MHFA classes are offered by Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health—For more information about MHFA view the flyer below.

Many Hands Forming a Heart Shape

Contact Information

 
Hospital and Emergency Services Program Manager: Susan Redford, LMFT
Health and Human Service Branch Director, Acute Psychiatric Services: Sarah Eberhardt-Rios, MPA
Address: 1965 Live Oak Blvd.
Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone Number: (530) 822-7200
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