At Telecare, we believe in recovery. We believe that every person has the ability to achieve their full potential.
We provide recovery-focused services for persons with mental illness and complex needs. Our programs transform lives, generate measurable outcomes, and reduce financial costs.
We design our services to respond to local needs and we function as a strategic, accountable, and experienced partner within systems of care.
Telecare's Ventura VIPS Program Participates in Schizophrenia Series on Radio Station KQED
PBS affiliate, KQED in Northern California, recently aired part 1 of a 3-part series on Schizophrenia. Telecare's VIPS Prevention & Early Intervention program contributed to part one.
The KQED story focuses on the concept of intervening early to help stop schizophrenia before it starts. Telecare is deeply proud to be working with young people in a way that helps them retain and regain their health, hopes and dreams.
You can listen to the KQED story here.
You can learn more about our early intervention services here.
Additionally, longer versions of these stories are scheduled to air on NPR's Morning Edition in September.
Jordana Steinberg Shares Story of Recovery
Stories of courage and hope are popping up everywhere, and as we slide into the second week of National Recovery Month we'd like to share the story of Jordana Steinberg, daughter of mental health advocate and state Senate Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, co-author of Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).
Jordana shares her story of growing up with severe childhood mood disorder with The Sacramento Bee, and explains why she wants to speak out against the mental health stigma in the video below. We welcome Jordana's story with open ears and hearts and want to thank her for her incredible courage to speak openly and her determination to provide a microphone for those without a voice.
We also want to thank Darrell Steinberg for being such a tireless advocate for mental health issues since his first appearance in the state assembly in 1998. Since 2004, MHSA has generated around $9 billion in mental health funding, and we here at Telecare are proud to be part of this incredible change he helped create.
To read Jordana's full story from the Sacramento Bee, click here.
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