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Behavioral Health and YRTC Facilities

California IHS Behavioral Health Program

The goal of the California Area Indian Health Service Behavioral Health program is to promote, provide, and manage a comprehensive system of mental health and substance abuse services which offer American Indians and Alaska Natives a diverse range of culturally sensitive services at all levels of behavioral health needs.

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February 4, 2011
Federally-funded Regional Treatment Centers

A list of federeally funded Regional Treatment Centers across the United States and Indian Health Service.

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YRTC Risk-pool

The main objective of the risk pool is to provide the opportunity and funding for California tribal programs to refer at-risk youth to residential substance abuse treatment facilities. 

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