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Behavioral Health

The California Area Indian Health Service strives to promote health, resilience, and strength in all the California Indian communities. We support the effort of tribal and urban communities to eliminate behavioral health diseases and conditions through technical assistance and community partnerships. 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.


Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to commonly asked questions relating to behavioral health. 

Resources

Links to support behavioral health professionals.

Substance Abuse

Support information for youth and adults and the YRTC Network.

Mental Health

Offers background information and statistical data on issues relating to American Indians.

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