Programs

 

TRAC

Telecare Recovery Access Center

 

See Map
500 N. 9th Street, Suite B
Modesto, California  95350
209-341-1824
209-523-1296 FAX

 

The Telecare Recovery Access Center (TRAC) exists to provide culturally competent mental health services to adults with serious mental illness in a community setting. The team provides the support our members need to successfully achieve their own personal recovery goals.

Recovery Model
TRAC provides a continuity of care and a menu of treatment options ranging from high intensity Partnership TRAC (which utilizes Assertive Community Treatment). TRAC offers a low member-to-staff ratio and provides its services in the community. Members receive group and individual support using a “whatever it takes” approach and individualized Recovery Planning, with 24/7 crisis intervention services. The moderately intensive Fast TRAC (ISS) offers outpatient level services. TRAC also provdes a low intensity member-supported Wellness TRAC. This variety of options supports individuals in all levels of their recovery while offering choice and flexibility to members and their families.

Staffing
TRAC uses multidisciplinary teams, which include a psychiatrist, a nurse, a Master’s prepared clinician, and personal service coordinators/case managers with experience in substance abuse recovery, housing, employment, and mental health support. Some staff may be mental health consumers in recovery themselves. The teams work in partnership with each other, as well as other agencies and service providers in the area to assist members with linkage to community resources.

Services and Supports
Based on the well-researched Program of Assertive Community Treatment model, developed in Madison, Wisconsin, the program provides or assists members in obtaining a full range of services that can include:

Office Hours
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: By appointment

Financial Support
The TRAC program operates under contract with the Stanislaus County Department of Mental Health and are funded by the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) and Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services.

CARF Accreditation
(Partnership TRAC only) Telecare ACT programs have been recognized as an exemplary practice by CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. CARF reviews and grants accreditation services nationally and internationally and maintains rigorous quality standards for accreditation.

About Telecare
Founded in 1965, Telecare is one of the nation’s largest family - and employee-owned providers of adult mental health services to county and state governments, and behavioral health organizations. With over 2,200 employees and 60 programs in six states, Telecare provides a full range of services and supports to individuals with serious mental illness. Telecare delivers eight major categories of services, as well as innovative programs tailored to individuals with co-occurring issues such as homelessness, substance abuse, developmental disabilities, or involvement in the forensic system.

Telecare Mission
Telecare's mission is to deliver and manage excellent services and systems of care for persons with serious mental illness.

Telecare Statement of Purpose
We exist to help people with mental impairments realize their full potential.

 

Driving Directions -- Click to See Map

Copyright 2014 Telecare Corp.