RURAL MENTAL HEALTH

RMH services are funded by the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) in partnership with Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health.

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Pinedale
40 East Minarets Ave
Pinedale, CA 93650
Reedley
1311 11th St.
Reedley, CA 93654
Sanger
225 Academy Ave
Sanger, CA 93657
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00

Phone: (855) 343-1057

Fax: (844) 587-6405

Phone: (855) 343-1057

Fax: (844-587-6408

Phone: (855) 343-105

Fax: (844) 587-6408

Coalinga
311 Coalinga Plaza
Coalinga, CA 93210
Kerman
275 S Madera St Ste 404
Kerman, CA 93630
Selma
3800 McCall Ave
Selma, CA 93662
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00

Phone: (855) 343-1057

Fax: (844) 563-6078

Phone: (855) 225-7604

Fax: (844) 566-1387

Phone: (855) 343-1057

Fax: (844) 566-2683

The Rural Mental Health (RMH) clinics provide outpatient based mental health and psychiatric services to children, adolescents, adult, older adult, and seriously mentally ill clients in rural Fresno County areas including:

  • Pinedale
  • Reedley
  • Selma
  • Kerman
  • Coalinga
  • Sanger

RMH provides three levels of care (Full Service Partnership, (FSP); Intensive Case Management (ICM); and Outpatient, (OP) at each clinic depending on each client’s level of need. The target population for rural services is individuals living with a severe mental health diagnosis (Schizophrenia, Major Depression, or Bipolar Disorder) and that may be experiencing homelessness, drug and alcohol addictions, frequent hospitalizations, incarcerations, legal troubles, family issues, or job loss. The outpatient and intensive case management level of care typically do not have a cap, however depending on the demand for services there may be a wait until an assessment and enrollment can be completed. The FSP level can serve up to 84 clients at any given time.

Services Available

The Turning Point Rural Mental Health Clinics provide the following services:

  • Psychiatric evaluations
  • Medication management
  • Health education
  • Educational/Support groups
  • Supportive housing placement
  • Money management
  • Linkage to community resources
  • 24/7 After Hours Response

Program Goals
We aim to reduce psychiatric hospitalizations, incarcerations, and homelessness to increase the level of community functioning and to increase education and employment participation.

Referrals
For outpatient (OP) and Intensive Case Management (ICM) services referrals can be made directly to each individual clinic. The referral process for FSP services includes completing an FSP referral form and sending it via email to UCWCAccess@co.fresno.ca.us

Funding
The program is funded through Mental Health Service Act (MHSA) and Medi-cal reimbursement. The program can accept individuals with no income, no insurance, Medi-cal insurance, or private insurance.