New Programs and Employment Opportunities

Telecare is pleased to announce that we will be opening eight new programs in the coming months. We are beginning recruitment efforts now for leadership positions at six of these new sites.

If you'd like to learn more about career opportunities at these programs or Telecare in general, please contact Robert Klar, Director, Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning, at rklar@telecarecorp.com.


Orange County, CA—Pacifica House

Pacifica House will be a 6-bed, short-term crisis residential program that will provide stabilization services to members who are experiencing acute mental health crisis and need additional assistance without resulting in the member being admitted to an inpatient program.

Kern County, CA—Eastern Kern County Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU)

The Eastern Kern County CSU will be a 12-chair, short-term crisis unit that will provide 24/7 individualized services to help consumers stabilize acute psychiatric symptoms and avoid inpatient hospitalization.

Riverside County, CA—Riverside Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU)

The Riverside CSU will be a 12-chair, short-term crisis unit that will provide 24/7 community-based emergency services for adults and youth experiencing crisis related to a mental health condition.

Thurston and Mason Counties, WA—Thurston Mason Mobile Outreach (MOT) and Intensive Case Management (ICM) Teams

The Thurston Mason MOT and ICM program serves two locations—Shelton and Olympia—with four teams at each site. They were developed to provide specialized, recovery-focused services to help individuals during times of mental health or substance use related crisis, so they can regain stability, stay safe in the community, and prevent incarceration or unnecessary hospitalization.

Thurston and Mason Counties, WA—Thurston Mason Evaluation & Treatment (E&T) and Crisis Stabilization and Treatment Unit (CSTU)

The 15-bed E&T and 10-bed CSTU will be co-located in Olympia, WA. The CSU is a 24/7 voluntary program for individuals who are experiencing a mental health crisis and who need immediate treatment and support. The E&T will provide services to individuals experiencing severe psychiatric symptoms who may benefit from more structured supports and a secure setting.