Plumas County Behavioral Health

If you are experiencing a behavioral health crisis situation, please call 1-800-757-7898 or 530-283-6307. If you are in a life-threatening emergency situation,
dial 9-1-1

Getting Started Accessing Services

Plumas County Behavioral Health now offers Open Access Clinics in our four major communities!

Changes In Open Access For November! 

The Week of 11-4 thru 11-8 Only

Quincy Annex: Open Access scheduled dates will move from Monday 11/04/2019 and Tuesday 11/05/2019 to Thursday 11/07/2019 and Friday 11/08/2019.  

Portola: Open Access will move from Tuesday 11/05/2019 to Thursday 11/07/2019

Greenville: Open Access will be canceled for Tuesday 11/05/2019.  

New Winter Hours for the Chester Wellness Center

The Chester wellness center will now be open to the public Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM during the winter months.


WHERE?

Quincy Annex- 270 County Hospital Rd, Quincy, 95971 MONDAY & WEDNESDAYS
Chester Wellness Center- 372 Main St, Chester, CA 96020  FRIDAYS
Greenville Wellness Center- 414 Main St, Greenville, CA 95947 TUESDAYS
Portola Wellness Center- 2880 E Sierra Ave, Portola, CA 96122 TUESDAYS

WHEN?

Access appointments are first-come, first-serve
Registration begins at 8:00 AM Intakes start at 8:30 AM
Must be signed in by 11:00 AM
Expect your initial visit to take 1-2 Hours

WHAT SHOULD I BRING?

Please bring a photo ID and your Medi-CAL insurance card. If you are not a Medi-CAL beneficiary or un-insured, please contact your private insurance for a list of providers in your area.
Proof of income is preferred but not required.
Please arrange childcare for children under 12.

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU:

We are dedicated to providing those we serve with quality innovative behavioral health care in a recovery-based environment. If you have any questions about access or our services please call the main office at 530-283-6307

Mission Statement

Our Mission is to provide respectful, culturally sensitive and strength based behavioral health services which promote wellness, self-sufficiency, and recovery from mental illness and/or addiction

Additional information can be attained by calling Plumas County Behavioral Health at (530) 283-6307.
Between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.
After hours and holidays, crisis assessments can be initiated by calling our 24/7 access line (530)-283-6307.
In situations involving immediate risks to public safety dial 9-1-1

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

Provider List - English (PDF)
Provider List - Spanish (PDF)

Administration

  • Tony Hobson, Ph.D. -Director
  • Kathy Schwartz, LMFT-Unit Clinical Supervisor
  • Pamela Schaffer, LCSW-Unit Clinical Supervisor
  • Sharon Sousa, LMFT-Unit Clinical Supervisor
  • Jessica McGill- Quality Assurance and Compliance Manager
  • Elizabeth McAllister- Patients Rights Advocate
    pcbhpatientsrights@gmail.com