Untangling Roots (Video Series)

Untangling Roots (Video Series)

Tulare County Mental Health


24-Hour Crisis and Access Lines
Mental Health Crisis Line:  1-800-320-1616
Substance Use Disorder Access Line: 1-866-732-4114

Problem Resolution (Grievances and Appeals)
Mental Health: 1-800-500-4465
Substance Use Disorder: 1-833-433-4988

 

Untangling Roots – Cultivating Wellness and Recovery Video Series

We encourage residents of Tulare County to listen and connect with the personal experiences shared by members of our community.  The objective is to reduce the stigma associated with receiving Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Services by highlighting the importance of seeking wellness and recovery for the individual and our community. Enjoy our eight-part series as we will push out our episodes over the next month. 
   

Episode 1: Corrine's Story


Episode 2: Olivia's Story


Episode 3: Sheila's Story


Episode 4: Tino's Story


Episode 5: Theodora's Story


Episode 6: Mariana's Story


Episode 7: Corinna's Story


Episode 8: Susan's Story


Agency News

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Video: Multi-Purpose Senior Services Program

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