Behavioral Health

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p. (760) 924-1740
f. (760) 924-1741
Crisis Intervention/ Emergency: 911
After-Hours/ Access Line: (800) 687-1101




Covid 19 Response Covid 19 Response Through these difficult times we would like our residents to know we are here for them. With adjusted ways of communication and methods to connect we continue to provide vital services to our clients. We believe that with support we can strength our community to be resilient. Remember you matter and we are here for you.

Vision: Our vision is to promote healthy living and improve the quality of life in our community.

Mission: Our mission is to encourage healing, growth, and personal development through whole person care and community connectedness. Our services are strength based and client centered; we strive to create a safe environment and serve all with dignity, respect, and compassion.

Please visit this page to learn more about the services we offer.

Salud Mental

Todos nuestros servicios se ofrecen en español, incluyendo:

  • Terapia y administración/manejo de casos
  • Tele psiquiatría
  • Asesoramiento sobre el trastorno por uso de sustancias
  • Programa de DUI (Manejo bajo la influencia de substancias)
  • Programa de Intervención de agresores / Manejo de la Ira
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Here, you will find a listing of all of our talented staff members.

The mission of the Behavioral Health Advisory Board (BHAB) is to support individuals by promoting recovery, self-determination, and wellness in all aspects of life. The Board advises and evaluates the various functions and policies of the Behavioral Health Department that are under the direction of the Behavioral Health Director and jurisdiction of the Mono County Board of Supervisors (BOS).

Mono County Behavioral Health invites all community members to visit our wellness centers in Walker or Mammoth Lakes. These centers host a variety of free activities each week, including yoga, support groups, arts and crafts, and youth programs. Additional free programming is available in Bridgeport and Benton. 
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Mono County Behavioral Health holds several free community events throughout the county each month. See below for a list of events and activities!



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The goal of the MHSA is to transform the public mental health system into one that is client- and family-driven, recovery-oriented, accessible, and culturally competent. In Mono County, the Behavioral Health Department uses MHSA funds to pay for a very wide array of programs, activities, and services.