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    Includes the courts, most wanted, law enforcement, child support enforcement, sealing record, victims' services, and jury duty.

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Mental Health Counseling

Mental Health Counseling is an integral part of the offender rehabilitation process. Research suggests there are a number of individuals with serious mental illness on probation. Mental Health treatment gives officers the means to address an offender’s mental health condition. Treatment may also help officers enforce the conditions of probation, deter criminal behavior, and promote law-abiding behavior.

Placer County Mental Health Services

101 Cirby Hills Dr.,
Roseville, CA 95678

Funding Source: AB 109 (HHS-funded), Medi-Cal, offender-paid (sliding scale determined by state)

  • Assessment of Individual needs
  • Mental Health support services
  • Psychiatric medication services
  • Support groups for current clients
  • Housing assistance

Sierra Mental Wellness Group (formerly SFS)

333 Sunrise Ave #701
Roseville CA 95678
(916) 783-5207

Funding Source: AB 109 (HHS-funded), Medi-Cal, offender-paid (sliding scale determined by provider)

  •  Individual, couple and family counseling
  • Crisis services, child and adolescent programs
  • Substance abuse treatment and prevention
  • Anger management group
  • Centers are located throughout Placer County

Turning Point Coloma Center

120 Ascot Center, Ste. D
Roseville, CA 95661
(916) 786-3760

Funding Source: AB 109 (HHS-funded), Medi-Cal, offender-paid (sliding scale determined by state)

  • Intensive adult mental health services for clients 18 and over
  • Transitional services for clients 18-25 years