Behavioral Health

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 Mental Health and Alcohol & Drug

The Amador County Behavioral Health Department supports the overall health and well-being of clients with serious mental illness, emotional disturbances, and substance use disorders.  The department is dedicated to quality and effective treatment.

Behavioral Health provides integrated recovery-oriented mental health and substance use disorder services.  We also support a wellness center to meet the needs of unserved and underserved populations.

Substance Use Disorder services are available.  We support a community cooperation approach, which provides alcohol/drug free alternative activities for youth including Friday Night Live/Club Live peer leadership.

Mental Health services are designed to provide strong community-based partnerships with individuals and families who are dealing with serious mental illness, including those who have co-occurring disorders (mental health and substance use disorder).  Recovery-oriented services include assistance with establishing stable housing, access to physical health care, medication management, trauma-informed counseling and peer supports.  Behavioral Health assists with management of mental health crises for all members of the community and arranges for inpatient or temporary residential care as appropriate.

We offer services in English and non-English. Please call our office to request information or services.  

Language Assistance Taglines

Additional information:

Notice of Privacy Practices

Amador County Behavioral Health Practice Guidelines 05-2020

Cultural Sensitivity Plan 2018


Annual Quality Improvement Program 2018-2019 Work Plan

Annual Quality Improvement Program 2017-18 Work Plan Evaluation 


Performance Outcome Reports:

Children and Youth

 Children and Youth  (ADA version) 


Adults (ADA version)


Community Matters: Housing and Homelessness in Amador County

Housing and Homelessness in Amador County Virtual Meeting Questions & Answers April 29, 2020

Housing and Homelessness in Amador County Virtual Meeting Questions & Answers May 13, 2020

Housing and Homelessness in Amador County Poll Results for sessions on April 29, 2020 and May 13, 2020

Housing Tools Community Matters Slides


Address: 10877 Conductor Blvd. Suite #300 Sutter Creek CA 95685
Office Phone:         (209) 223-6412
24 Hour Toll Free #: (888) 310-6555

Fax #:

Privacy Officer


(209) 223-0920


Business Hours: 


Client and Family Advocate


Patient's Rights Advocate


Behavioral Health Advisory Board


Utilization Review-Presumptive Transfer


Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 


209-223-6315 or (888) 310-6555




209-223-6412 or (888) 310-6555


209-223-6412 or (888) 310-6555