Mental Health

We strive to provide the highest quality mental and behavioral health assessment, consultation and treatment to the people in our community.  We focus on the whole person in the context of their life and offer compassionate care and attention through evidence-based treatment strategies and interventions.

Phone: (707-559-7545

Health Center Hours of Operation

  • Mon-Thurs 7:30am - 8pm
  • Fri 7:30am - 6:30pm
  • Sat 8am - 4:30pm

Service Hours

  • Mon-Fri 8:30am - 5pm
Mental Health Providers Call (707-559-7545 for an appointment
  • Integrative behavioral therapy to provide concrete
    and supportive skills in managing chronic diseases and chronic pain
  • Short-term therapy around specific life stressors or specific psychological symptoms (up to 10 sessions/year)
  • Case management
  • Medication management
  • Group therapy
  • Substance Abuse

A behavioral health specialist is available to speak with you on the same day as your regular medical visits. We can help you with daily stress, difficulties in relationships, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, sexual health, parenting, or any degree of mental illness.

We provide an assessment of substance abuse disorders (for you or a loved one) and can provide some treatments for them. First, you must be enrolled with a primary care provider at PHC. Then, your primary care provider can refer you for services in the Mental Health Department with a psychologist, therapist or psychiatrist, based on what type of approach you would like to try.

If you are interested in therapy, you can meet with a psychologist (Ph.D.) or a therapist (LCSW) to talk about your concerns and get more support, skills or insight into the problem. If you are interested in medications, you can meet with a psychiatrist (MD) to discuss those options.

Once you are seeing one type of mental health provider, you can still work with the others should that need or interest arise. All these different providers are very adept at helping you decide which type of care would be best.