Tulare County Mental Health Board

Tulare County Mental Health Board

The Tulare County Mental Health Board meets monthly to discuss issues regarding the quality and accessibility of the mental health services the County provides. The Mental Health Board votes on issues that affect clients and their family members, such as changes within the Mental Health Plan, performance outcomes and measurements, data collection, and strategic planning. The Board acts in an advisory status to the local Mental Health Administration, thus helping to create a system that is more accessible, efficient, and quality-driven.


Agency News

Lovey's Story

Lovey's Story

Six-year-old “Lovey,” a brindle and white female English bulldog went missing, breaking the hearts of a family three years ago. A scared and underweight stray bulldog was brought in to the Tulare County Animal Services shelter. Read what happened next!

 

Changes to County Animal Services Ordinances

Changes to County Animal Services Ordinances

Tulare County Animal Services strives to improve the safety and quality of life for the animals and residents of Tulare County. Proposed revisions have been presented to the Board of Supervisors; voting for the proposed ordinances is on the Board of Supervisors agenda on April 30, 2019. 

 

2019 Walk with a Doc Program

2019 Walk with a Doc Program

Walk with a Doc is a free community outreach program, which strives to encourage healthy physical activity in people of all ages. Each month a different health topic will be covered.