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Mental Health Alcohol Drug Board

Promote citizen and consumer participation in planning, providing and evaluating the mental health systems of care; assist in establishing measurable client and system outcomes; review and make recommendations to the annual performance contract; and advise the Board of Supervisors on issues relevant to the mental health services that are provided to the priority populations of the County.

Conduct monthly meetings in various locations within the county in order to review programs, receive staff reports and solicit community input. Meetings are coordinated and hosted by the Adult System of Care. The support staff for this meeting is Janna Jones 530-889-7254.


PLEASE NOTE: This email is NOT monitored on a daily basis. If you or someone you know is experiencing a PSYCHIATRIC EMERGENCY, please call 911 and request an Emergency Welfare Check or you may go to a local emergency room.

To speak to a mental health professional or for information regarding services, call one of our

24/7 Phone:

Adult Intake (18 and older)

Family and Children's Services (under 18)

For more information regarding Abuse of Alcohol and Other Drugs, call 530-889-7240

(Interpreter Services are available)

Placer County Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Board Members

Sharon Behrens, Family Member

Leonard Brown, Consumer

Richard “Rick” Buckman, Public Interest/Veteran’s Service Officer

John Koehler, Public Interest/Retired Therapist

Janet O’Meara, Family Member

Donna Pieper, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Patricia Reynolds-Meade, Consumer/Addiction Therapist

Steve Schauer, Public Interest/Registered Addiction Specialist (RAS)

Daniel Wesp, Public Interest

Jessica Williams, Family Member/Public Interest/Psychologist

Supervisor Jim Holmes, Board of Supervisor, District 3

2014 Meeting Schedule

2014 Meetings

2013 Meetings

2012 Meetings