An important message from Lake County Behavioral Health Services
LAKE COUNTY, CA (February 25, 2020) – Lake County Behavioral Health Services (LCBHS) is proud to announce the opening of its newest Peer Support Center in Middletown. Christened the “Family Support Center,” by students at Middletown High School, the facility provides resources, referrals, and support for families involved with the County mental health system or that need more information on available community resources.
Some of the groups that we are expecting to start soon include The Parent Café, Art Group, Nurturing Families Groups, and Homework Clubs for youth in the community. The LCBHS Parent Partner will be housed at the Family Support Center. The Parent Partner will provide peer-to-peer understanding, support parents in navigating the services system, and advocate for their needs. The Parent Partner also brings nonclinical insights on how to seek appropriate services and communicate with service providers. The center is a safe, comfortable environment in which to learn more about behavioral health services in our community, get connected to appropriate services/programs, and socialize with others in the community.
The grand opening was held on February 14, 2020, where the community was able to tour the center and meet the amazing staff. If you missed the grand opening, please stop by anytime Monday through Friday between 8 am to 5 pm and say hi at 21389 Stewart Street Suite E 95461; or give us a call at (707) 987-9601. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Or come visit us at any of our other Peer Support Centers:
The Big Oak Peer Support Center
13340 E. Hwy 20, Suite O
Clearlake Oaks, CA 94523
Circle of Native Minds Cultural Center
845 Bevins Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
The Harbor on Main
154 S. Main Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
La Voz de la Esperanza Centro Latino
14585 Suite B Olympic Drive
Clearlake, CA 95422
For more information, contact Lake County Behavioral Health Services at 707-274-9101 or 707-994-7090.