Anaheim, CA 92804
Telecare Corporation is excited to be partnering with Orange County to open two new programs this spring: a crisis residential unit and a community-based full service partnership (FSP).
Below is information on the TREEhouse North program, a 6-bed short-term facility aims to provide a variety of support services in a homelike environment.
Program Collateral & Information
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May 14, 2018
Referrals are coordinated through the Orange County Health Care Agency through the Crisis Assessment Team.
Residents of Orange County, aged 18 and older who have been diagnosed with a behavioral health disorder who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis, and who may have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Walk-in guests and self-referrals are not accepted at the crisis residential program.
The TREEhouse (“Total Recovery Enriching Experience”) North is one of Telecare’s crisis residential program in Orange County. It is a safe environment for individuals who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis and need additional support to avoid hospitalization, stabilize symptoms, and return to their previous level of functioning. The program provides voluntary, short-term services, typically lasting 7 to 14 days. The program also provides co-occurring services for people who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis and also have substance use issues. The program employs peer counselors as well as licensed professionals, and provides services in a culturally sensitive manner.
The TREEhouse North program operates under contract with the County of Orange Health Care Agency and is a Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) funded program.