Mental Illness Awareness

Are you concerned by changes in energy and sleep patterns? Loss of interest or pleasure in activities? Frequently feeling sad, empty, hopeless or guilty? Difficulty with concentration or decision making? Many people of all ages experience the effects of depression, stress, anxiety, and trauma, oftentimes without realizing that a treatable mental illness is the cause of their suffering.

Unfortunately, few people seek help for treatment that can relieve their symptoms. Intervening during the early stages of mental illness can make a world of difference in a person’s life and help prevent progression to a more serious diagnosis. At CommuniCare, no one is ever turned away – we treat everyone regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. Bilingual services are also available.

Get the help and support you need:

  • Mental health services for youth and adults
  • Trauma-focused therapy
  • Treatment for drug and alcohol use disorders
  • Treatment for opioid addiction
  • Family and Parenting counseling

We provide behavioral health services for adults and youth integrated into our primary medical care practice. This means when patients are seen by their primary care provider, they can talk about and be screened for issues of depression, stress, anxiety, and trauma and, if needed, begin a behavioral health treatment plan. It’s simple, convenient and confidential – and the first step towards mental health and a productive life.

You are not alone. Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experience mental illness in each year. Taking action and raising awareness of mental health conditions can break down obstacles and improve the chance of recovery. Learn how you can make a difference in your community and for millions of Americans across the U.S. CommuniCare provides low-cost mental health counseling and treatment for individuals and families in Davis, Woodland and West Sacramento, CA.

CommuniCare is always here for you and your family’s total wellness, including keeping you healthy through flu season with flu shots available now. Make your appointment – (530) 753-3498.

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Honoring Sara Gavin

Join us in honoring Sara Gavin, Chief Behavioral Health Officer, at NAMI Yolo County: Celebrate Hope and Resilience, Sunday, April 23rd, 2023.