SBC Behavioral Health works to assist the community to be sober and healthy.
San Benito County Behavioral Health provides tips on coping with stress and anxiety from this election season.
Services are offered to everyone in the county, regardless of insurance coverage.
Department has implemented safety protocols and physical distancing measures.
County department shares story of recovery from substance use and mental health issues.
Zoom webinars to give tips on reducing stress and other mental health issues.
Department has been able to issue funds to help the homeless and at-risk of homelessness population with mental illness.
Department has initiated options to have virtual consultations, therapies and other services without coming to the clinic in person.
Behavioral Health writes that it is essential that an informed response to the article recently written by Sun Street Centers be shared with the community.
Aging seniors are increasingly likely to become homeless, which will have a big impact on local communities. The San Benito County Behavioral Health department is working to address homelessness.
The holiday season can add extra stress. County Behavioral Health offers some tips on how to handle it.
The goal is to support schools by training professionals that work with youth.
Services such as social and emotional support, school performance focus, and coping skills are offered to county residents through a variety of groups, activities, and case management.
Seasonal depression can be seen as a harmless result of the time changes. However, in some cases it can lead to clinical diagnosis of Seasonal Affective Disorder that demands it be taken seriously.
PATHS program provides an array of services to children and youth that aim to support enhanced social/emotional development, improve social skills, school performance, and provide linkage to mental health and substance use disorder services.
Shoe Palace and facility supervisors are encouraged by the results.
Advisory is in effect from 6 p.m. Monday evening through 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
Reporter Robert Eliason writes on his recovery from prostate surgery.