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Plumas County Behavioral Health

Our Mission Statement
270 County Hospital Rd.
Suite 109
Quincy, CA  95971

(530) 283-6307
Fx: (530) 283-6045

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Crisis Lines
Plumas County Behavioral Health 24- Hr Emergency Response Line 1-800-757-7898 or 530-283-6307
The Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQ)- 1-866-488-7386
Friendship Line (older adults)- 1-800-971-0016
The stated mission of Plumas County Behavioral Health is to provide accessible, culturally and personally sensitive quality mental health services, supported by sound, ethical business practices, to enhance people’s ability to function effectively within their community. A cornerstone to accomplishing this mission is a profound respect for each individual’s unique perspectives, problems and solutions. Plumas County Behavioral Health is committed to listening to and learning from consumers, community members and providers to better understand our selves and our world.

If you are experiencing a behavioral health crisis situation, please call 1800-757-7989 or 530-283-6307. If you are in a life threatening emergency situation, dial 9-1-1

Getting Started Accessing Services

Step 1.

Call our office during normal business hours at 530-283-6307 or toll free at 1800-757-7898.
During the phone conversation we will gather personal contact information.
We will also ask you if you are experiencing a crisis and what kind of services you are looking for.

Step 2.

Once we have determined how we can best serve you, we will schedule a assessment with a member from our intake team.

Step 3.

At your intake assessment appointment we will connect you or your family member to the types of services that you and counselor agree will help most.

Additional Information
Additional information can be attained by calling Plumas County Behavioral Health
at (530) 283-6307.
Between 5:00 PM and 8:00AM and on Holidays and weekends crisis assessments
can be initiated by calling (530)-283-6307.
In situations involving immediate risks to public safety call the Plumas County Sheriffs Department at (530)-283-6300.

A wide range of services are available, from short-term to intensive, based on your needs. These time-limited services are designed to foster resiliency in individuals and families and to promote wellness
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