650 Howe Ave. Bldg 400-A
Sacramento, CA 95825
“We believe that the potential for life change is not only possible but at times, miraculous.“ Karen Brockopp, LCSW
Hope Cooperative offers several mental health recovery programs that provide supportive services to individuals with a psychiatric disability to achieve the goals they have set for themselves to increase their quality of life. The following are brief descriptions of these programs:
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Staffed 24/7 and serves “any individual” in Sacramento County who is at least 18 years of age experiencing a mental health crisis but is not in immediate danger to self or others. There is no medical staff at the Crisis Respite Center and participation is completely voluntary. All individuals utilizing the Crisis Respite Center may be eligible to stay for up to 23 hours and expect service based in compassion, understanding and knowledge. While at the Crisis Respite Center, the primary goal is to offer a stable and supportive environment so that the “guest” is better positioned to explore their crisis with a solution oriented mindset. Every guest will leave with an individualized resource plan. If transportation to the CRC is an issue, the CRC staff may be able to help.
Please call 916-RESPITE (916-737-7483)
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A Full Service Partnership, funded by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services and HUD (Housing and Urban Development), New Direction provides individually tailored services for the achievement and maintenance of a stable and satisfying life in the community. The staff provide the assistance one-to-one and in group settings to support and encourage life management and coping skills to achieve greater self-reliance.
The Services offered by The New Direction Team include:
916-247-7178 - Peer Warm Line available to all New Direction Clients and Co-op Residents 24/7.
The Transitional Community Opportunities for Recovery & Engagement (TCORE) is a Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) program which provides outpatient services to adults living in Sacramento County who have a qualifying mental health diagnosis and are in need of moderately intensive mental health services with a goal of supporting individuals with their recovery. TCORE provides recovery oriented services with ongoing support to ensure that program participants receive mental health services that meet their individual and cultural needs. The length of services with TCORE may vary based on individual needs. Each participant will complete an individualized goal plan that will assist in determining length of stay. It has been recognized that people with mental illness do recover and may be able to transition to alternative services based on where they are in their recovery.
Each Participant will have access to one-on-one and group opportunities and is assigned to a Rehabilitation Team which includes Personal Services Coordinators (PSCs), Consumer-Family Advocates, Clinicians and Team Leader. TCORE also has Benefits-Resource Specialist and an Employment Specialists available to all participants as well as Psychiatrists and Nurses to support with medication needs.
Additional support and services provided by TCORE include:
Established in November 2018 in partnership with Wind Youth Services, Possibilities provides a "Transition to Rapid Rehousing" model focusing on transition-age youth, 18-24, who come directly from homelessness. In this program, they receive intensive services including education and employment support, life skills, communication skills, conflict resolution, mental health and substance use disorder services, and much more. Upon completion of the initial six month phase in transitional housing, they will move on to community living with support for up to 18 months. The goal is to immediately link them with good paying jobs and the skills necessary to be self-sufficient adults, so that they are not our clients ten or twenty years down the road. This program serves 30 homeless youth each year, with 50% of the current group identifying as LGBTQ+.
Report at intake, out of 15 youth:
• Three (3) were working part-time
• Two (2) in High School-attendance was not regular and were not on track to graduate on time.
• One (1) in a GED program with part time employment attached.
• Two (2) attending certified nursing assistant (CNA) school.
• Seven (7) unemployed and not enrolled in any type of academics.
Since opening in November 2018, through consistency and hard work, youth and staff have been able to accomplish the outcomes below:
• Eleven (11) youth have jobs (two youth working two jobs).
• One (1) enrolled and begun classes in college-majoring in business.
• The two (2) youth in high school went from minimal attendance to regular attendance and are now on track to graduate.
• One (1) of the high school students gets up a 4:00 a.m. to travel on light rail from Del Paso Blvd. to Pleasant Grove High School in Elk Grove and is also working for IHSS.
• Both youth that were training to be a CNA have graduated and have acquired internships working in an elderly home.
• Three (3) youth are members of the YLC-Youth Leadership Counsel.
• One (1) of the youth have not connected to employment or school, we are continuing to build rapport and trust in this relationship.
• One (1) youth has been accepted into the Los Angeles film school. Staff have assisted youth in applying for scholarships and researched housing in the area.
The Clubhouse program opened on Thursday November 6, 2014 at 3737 Marconi Ave. Sacramento, CA 95821. The Clubhouse is a welcoming place for those receiving services from Hope Cooperative. It functions as a centralized location for members to receive support and encouragement on the road to self-sufficiency and recovery.
The Clubhouse has four main functions:
The Triage Navigator Program is a collaboration between Sacramento County Department of Behavioral Health Services and Hope Cooperative. The program serves Sacramento County children, youth, transitional age youth, adults and older adults that are experiencing a mental health crisis resulting in functional impairment that interferes with primary activities of daily and independent living.
1. Improve client experience for those experiencing a mental health crisis in Sacramento County
2. Reduce unnecessary inpatient hospitalizations
3. Reduce unnecessary incarcerations
4. Mitigate unnecessary expenditures of law enforcement
5. Increase the number of community agencies collaborating to support individuals
Peer staff who have been through similar challenges. provide post crisis support for clients after a law enforcement encounter due to mental health crisis. Staff work in partnership with law enforcement and county clinicians.
Hope Cooperative RST is one of four Regional Support Teams that provide medication support and a variety of mental health services and recovery supports to adults who live in a specific geographic region of Sacramento County. The program provides intensive case management in collaboration with Sacramento County and local housing service providers serving 90 individuals and families experiencing homelessness with high service needs. This is a "whatever it takes" service model.
The Hope Cooperative FSRP provides intensive case management in collaboration with Sacramento County and local housing service providers serving 90 individuals and families experiencing homelessness with high service
needs. T his is a "whatever it takes" service model.