Mental Health Clinical Services

Mental Health Clinical Services

Mental health clinics provide services that help individuals with mental illness manage their symptoms and avoid crises. Our goal is to help you avoid hospitalization and help you live and thrive within your community. To do so we use a “whatever it takes” approach to support the wellness and recovery process.

Tulare County provides services at two adult mental health clinics—one in Visalia and one in Porterville. Tulare County also has one children’s clinic located in Porterville.
We contract with community-based providers to make mental health services available throughout the county.

Mental health services may include:

  • Individual, group, and family therapy
  • Psychiatric evaluation, consultation, and medication support
  • Crisis emergency assistance
  • Health care referrals
  • Services at school for children and youth
  • Substance abuse and mental health coordinated services

Mental health case managers often connect individuals to other services and/or resources that may help clients live independently within their communities.

Related Documents and Links

Tulare County Together Strong - Mental Health Services
Tulare County Together Strong - Mental Health Services

If you need help, we are here. We are providing services. Reach out, get connected, and get support. The earlier the better. Tulare County. Together strong.

Adult Mental Health Provider Directory
Adult Mental Health Provider Directory
Mental Health Provider Directory
Mental Health Provider Directory
Mental Health Family Handbook
Mental Health Family Handbook
Tulare County Guide to Mental Health Services
Tulare County Guide to Mental Health Services
Tulare County 5-Year Mental Health Services Act Report
Tulare County 5-Year Mental Health Services Act Report
Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) Prevention, Treatment & Recovery Services
Alcohol & Other Drug (AOD) Prevention, Treatment & Recovery Services

A division of Tulare County’s Health & Human Services Agency, the Mental Health Branch supports healthy children, adults, families, and communities by providing regional services to reduce substance use disorders.