Adult System of Care
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health emergency, please call our Adult Crisis & Intake 24-Hour Phone Line at 916-787-8860 or 1-888-886-5401.
To access substance use services between the hours of 8 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday (excluding holidays), please call the Substance Use phone line at 530-906-3724. Outside of the days and times above, please call the Adult Crisis & Intake 24-Hour Phone line at 916-787-8860 or 1-888-886-5401.
The Adult System of Care assists adults and older adults achieve their optimal level of self-sufficiency and independence by providing mental health services, substance abuse treatment, and in-home supportive services. Older and dependent adults are protected through investigations, case management, and the conservatorship process as necessary.
- Mental Health
- Substance Use
- In-Home Supportive Services
- Older & Dependent Adults
- Emergency Services
- Advisory Groups
Learn about mental health services available to county residents, including:
- Brief therapy
- Case management
- Medication support
- Support services
- Family Support Services
- Family Support Group
Also explore more in-depth resources around:
Explore education and treatment resources for substance abuse. Additionally, learn about our perinatal substance use services for mothers and mothers-to-be.
In-Home Supportive Services
In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) provides assistance to the elderly or disabled with activities designed to keep individuals in their homes. Visit our main page to find information on eligibility, becoming a provider for a friend or family member, and more. The Public Authority employs IHSS providers and provides information and assistance to IHSS consumers who need help selecting a home care provider.
Older & Dependent Adults
Explore information about several programs that serve and protect older adults in Placer County:
- Adult Protective Services responds to reports of neglect and abuse of the elderly and disabled.
- Senior Peer Counseling is a free program by and for residents aged 55 and above.
Additionally the Public Guardian provides protection, placement, and estate management for those under county guardianship
The Public Administrator investigates and may administer the estates of Placer County residents who pass away without a will or any known relatives able or willing to act on the decedent's behalf.
|Adult Crisis and Intake||888-886-5401 or 916-787-8860|
|Child and Family Crisis and Intake||866-293-1940 or 916-872-6549|
|Gathering Inn (Homeless)||916-791-9355|
|Suicide Hotline||530-885-2300 (Auburn), 916-645-8866 (Lincoln), 916-773-3111 (Roseville), or 800-273-8255 (National)|
|Salvation Army||916-784-3233 (Roseville) or 530-889-3390 (Auburn)|
Victims of Domestic & Sexual Violence Services
Boards and committees who advise on the creation and delivery of services including mental health and drug services, in-home supportive services, and older adult services. Learn more about these groups and find out how to participate.
Visit our resources page to connect with other community resources, along with tailored information for individuals experiencing crisis and residents. Visit our staff directory to reach out to various locations providing services for adults.
Open Payments Database
Notice to Patients About Open Payments Database
Pursuant to Assembly Bill (AB) 1278, this notice is being provided to inform patients regarding the Open Payments database (Database), which is managed by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, or CMS.
The Open Payments database is a federal tool used to search payments made by drug and device companies to physicians and teaching hospitals. It can be found at https://openpaymentsdata.cms.gov.