About the Organization
The Mental Health Branch of the Humboldt County Health and Human Services Department is a dynamic organization utilizing a multi-disciplinary team management approach to providing services.
Department staff are committed to integrating the innovative concepts of the Recovery Model into their treatment philosophy and daily operations.
The Mental Health Branch incorporates a 16-bed inpatient facility, crisis stabilization unit, Adult and Childrens Day Treatment Programs, outpatient medication clinics, Alcohol and Other Drugs,
satellite clinics, older adult system of care, and a homeless program providing ambulatory services.
About the Community
The Redwood Coast is a paradise for all outdoor activities including
hiking, backpacking, fishing, river rafting, kayaking, golf and more.
The Countys two million acres include hundreds of streams and lakes,
as well as county, state and national parks, beaches and campgrounds.
Humboldt State University and College of the Redwoods provide
excellent educational opportunities, as well as entertainment and
culturally enriching activities.
Eureka, the County seat, is located 275 miles north of San Francisco,
overlooking historic Humboldt Bay. Humboldt County is an ideal area for
individuals and families who seek a relaxed pace of life. With moderately
priced housing, temperate weather all year round and a lively local arts
scene, Humboldt County offers the best of community living without the
stress and burdens of the more urbanized areas of California.