- Health and Human Services
- Health Services Divison
- Behavioral Health & Recovery Services
Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS)
If you or a family member are in crisis, please call 911 or our local 24/7 Crisis Line at:
1-800-549-6741 or 209-966-7000
3/6/2023 - 30-Day Beneficiary Notice of Significant Change
4/24/2023 - DRAFT MHSA Three-Year Plan FY (23-26) & PEI Report (2021-2022)
5/16/2023 - Public Hearing Notice - Mariposa County Behavioral Health Board - Review draft “Mariposa County Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Three-Year Expenditure Plan (2023–2026)” and “Prevention and Early Intervention Report (2021-2022)” and “Annual Innovation Report (2021-2022)”
Mariposa County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services is a division of Mariposa County Health & Human Services Agency. Our office is located at 5362 Lemee Lane, Mariposa, CA 95338.
A wide range of mental health services and substance use disorder services are provided for children, youth and adults.
- Individual, Group, and Family counseling
- Psychiatric services (including medication management)
- Case Management
- Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
- 24/7 Crisis Response
- Behavioral Health Court
- Wellness Center
Services are also provided at the North County HHSA Office in Coulterville and in the Yosemite Medical Clinic in Yosemite National Park. Call 1-800-549-6741 or (209) 966-2000 for more information.
View a list of Mariposa County Mental Health Providers (PDF)
View a large-print list of Mariposa County Mental Health Providers (PDF)
View a list of Mariposa County Substance Use Providers (PDF)
View a large-print list of Mariposa County Substance Use Providers (PDF)
HOW TO MAKE A FIRST APPOINTMENT:
Assessment appointments may be requested in person at the Family Services Center located at 5362 Lemee Lane, Mariposa, CA 95338, or by calling 209-742-0802.
For referrals from our partner agencies, please use this form (PDF). Forms may be submitted in person at the address above, via mail at P.O. Box 99, Mariposa, California, 95338, or by fax at 209-742-0996.
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
We adjust your maximum yearly cost based on your monthly income.
DO YOU TAKE INSURANCE?
We can accept some insurances. We will bill most insurance companies for you. The amount the insurance pays varies with the coverage. Most insurances pay only a portion of mental health fees. Insurance payments are applied to your account against your charges up to your yearly maximum cost.
DO YOU TAKE MEDI-CAL?
We accept Medi-Cal from Mariposa County.
Arrangements can be made in advance to transfer out-of-county Medi-Cal to Mariposa County.
Compliance/Privacy Officer information & Hotline
This hotline is intended to be used to report suspicious activity or conduct that may be in violation of Code of Conduct, violations of law, regulations or policies.
To contact Compliance Officer, Lynn Rumfelt, call 209-966-2000.
Qic Work Plan
For the QIC Work Plan, performance dashboards, CC Plan and other quality improvements visit the Quality Assurance page.
Mental Health Plan Beneficiary Handbook
Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (ODS) Beneficiary Handbook
GRIEVANCES, APPEALS, STATE HEARING, & PATIENT RIGHTS ADVOCATE
If you have a problem with your Medi-Cal mental health services, we would like to help. You can file a Grievance, an Appeal, or a State Fair Hearing to help resolve your problem. If you have Medi-Cal benefits and you receive mental health services, you have the right to request an Appeal when your service provider conducts: 1) a reduction of services, 2) a denial of services, 3) a termination of services, or 4) does not make timely decisions.
Grievances and Appeals can be submitted by filling out a Grievance Appeal form(PDF) Forms can also be picked up in Mariposa at the Human Services Center or Quest Counseling, or at the North County HHSA Office in Coulterville. Completed forms can be dropped off at the Human Services Center or mailed to:
Mariposa County BHRS
P.O. Box 99
Mariposa, CA 95338
Interpreter Services: If you need interpreter services, please inform any staff member or call 1-800-549-6741.
Notice of Privacy Practices: This notice describes how health information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully.
Patient Rights Advocate: To contact the Patient Rights Advocate, please call 209-966-2000, and ask for Lynn Rumfelt.
Treatment Authorization Request (TAR) Contact Info
Presumptive Transfer Notifications or for questions, contact: Nicole Bone 209-742-0805, firstname.lastname@example.org
CONTACT INFO FOR HOSPITAL PLACEMENTS:
- Hospital Liaison: 209-966-7000
- Medical Records: 209-742-0805
- Confidential Fax: 209-742-0996
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH BOARD
More information about the Behavioral Health Board (BHB).
ATTENTION: If you need language assistance, language services are available free of charge by calling 800-549-6741 (TTY 800-549-6741).
Non-Discrimination Policy and Language Access
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