Behavioral Health


Mono County Behavioral Health Seeks Public Comment on Innovation Plan (1/19/18 - 2/19/18)

Beginning in FY 17-18, Mono County Behavioral Health is planning to partner with Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health on their Innovation Plan. Innovation projects are defined as, “novel, creative, and/or ingenious mental health practices/approaches that contribute to learning and are developed within communities through a process that is inclusive and representative.”

Behavioral Health Advisory Board Meeting (1/22/18)

January 22, 2018, 3-4:30 PM
Behavioral Health Department Conference Room
Third Floor, Sierra Center Mall, 452 Old Mammoth RD
Mammoth Lakes, CA

Coalition of Service Providers to Conduct Annual Count of People Experiencing Homelessness

The Eastern Sierra Continuum of Care (CoC), a coalition of homeless service providers, along with many partner agencies, will conduct its annual Point-in-Time Count of homeless individuals and families on Thursday, January 25, 2018.

During the early evening hours, staff and volunteers will visit campgrounds, parking lots and other places in the Eastern Sierra to find and survey people living outside. Nonprofit and faith-based service providers will also count the number of people that are temporarily residing in emergency shelter because they are without a home.

Servicios en Español

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

Addition Severity Index Assessment

The Addition Severity Index (ASI) Assessment is designed to gather valuable information about seven areas of a client’s life that may be contributing to substance abuse problems. These areas include: medical status, employment/support status, alcohol/drugs, legal status, family/social relationships, and psychiatric status.

Court-Mandated or Voluntary


  • $100

3-hour appointment

To schedule, please call our front office at 760-924-1740 or stop by in person.

Drug Diversion/PC-1000

Drug Diversion/PC-1000 is an alternative sentencing program that typically replaces jail time with education classes.

Court-Mandated Only

Only offered in English


  • $100 to enroll $600 total ($100 goes towards total)


Batterer Intervention/Anger Management Program

This program is part of the legal system's efforts to end domestic violence. It is an education-based program that makes victim safety a priority, holds offenders accountable, and promotes a coordinated community response to domestic violence. Below is some key information about this program:

Court-Mandated or Voluntary Participation

Offered in English and Spanish


Court-Mandated Services

Mono County Behavioral Health offers the following court-mandated services:

DUI Program

Batterer Intervention (BI)/Anger Management Program

Drug Diversions (PC 1000)

Addiction Severity Index

DUI Program

Court-Mandated Only

Offered in English and Spanish

Spanish (First Offenders & Multi-Offenders)

  • Monday 5 pm - 7 pm

First Offenders English

Mono County Behavioral Health Innovation Plan Approved

This fall, California's Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission approved Mono County Behavioral Health (MCBH) to launch its new Innovation plan: the Eastern Sierra Strengths-Based Learning Collaborative. Inyo and Alpine Counties will be joining MCBH in the Collaborative, which will train staff on best practice strengths-based services. At its core, the Strengths Model trains providers to focus on clients' strengths as a path toward recovery. Indeed, the six principles of the strengths model include: