Good healthcare involves addressing not only physical health, but also the habits, thoughts and emotions of each person. Bay Area Community Health offers flexible and personalized support to achieve our patients’ behavioral health goals. Our providers work in partnership with patients, offering consultation and assessments through individual and group sessions. Behavioral Health specialists collaborate with primary care providers to focus on well-being.
Behavioral health services encompass services that address both mental health and substance abuse. Mental health services include: prevention, assessment, diagnosis, treatment/intervention, and follow-up of mental health conditions and disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety, attention deficit and disruptive behavior disorders). Substance abuse services are screening, diagnosis, and treatment services for substance use disorders (e.g., abuse of alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs).
- Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders
- Health Home Program for coordinating care to address chronic disease
- TransVision Program, a nationally-recognized program serving transgender patients
- Smoking Cessation program, to provide support when quitting smoking
- HOPE Project, a mobile medical unit serving homeless patients
- Neuropsychology testing services for evaluation of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, Dementia/Cognitive Disorders
- Homeless Street Medicine, where providers visit patients on foot to deliver care
- Relapse Prevention for those recovering from substance use disorder
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, to address chronic pain
- Coping with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Generations Project, which provides services to injection and other drug users