July is Minority Mental Health Month
Mental illness doesn’t discriminate – it doesn’t care what you look like, what your gender or sexual orientation is, where you live or what language you speak. One in five adults in America experience a mental illness and 20% of youth ages 13-18 live with a mental health condition. The stigma surrounding mental illness means many people don’t get the care they need — especially minority and underserved populations.
As a Patient Centered Medical Home, One Community Health cares for the whole person – body and mind. Our compassionate and highly-trained behavioral health staff understands each patient is unique.
Services at One Community Health include outpatient counseling and psychiatric evaluations, medication management, crisis intervention, behavioral health treatment, and domestic violence screening and intervention. Our Integrated Behavioral Health model of care allows patients the opportunity to obtain needed behavioral health services through a “warm handoff” from their primary care provider.
Learn more about One Community Health’s services and how to become a patient by calling 916-443-3299 or visitingonecommunityhealth.com.