“Tuolumne County is a place where all citizens enjoy opportunities to thrive in a safe, healthy and productive community”
Tuolumne County is looking for a Director of Behavioral Health. The County seeks a leader with passion, experience, vision, and dedication to serving our community. The successful candidate will be a behavioral health professional with expertise implementing behavioral health and recovery services and overseeing a multi-million dollar budget with complex and blended funding sources. The Director also manages significant community and provider contracts. Our ideal candidate is a collaborator, innovator, and team builder.
Tuolumne County Behavioral Health provides integrated mental health services to children, adults, and older adults with a serious mental illness, and we provide outpatient alcohol and drug treatment and prevention services. We provide these services through a system of both community-based and county-operated services. Our Department has a strong emphasis on partnering with consumers and families,... providing culturally competent services, and is dedicated to serving those most vulnerable in our community. Our mission is to provide respectful, culturally sensitive, and strength-based behavioral health services that provide wellness, self-sufficiency, and recovery from mental illness and/or addiction. Our services include:•Crisis, Assessment & Intervention Services: response to mental health crisis and emergency psychiatric support services. This includes telephone and face-to-face support and intervention, and connecting clients with community services and resources. •Outpatient Mental Health Services: Assessment and treatment planning, medication services, brief therapy, case management, and group therapy.•Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services: Assessment & treatment planning, alcohol and drug treatment, dual diagnosis treatment, perinatal treatment, adolescent brief intervention program, and Court ordered programs. •Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Program: Supporting and expanding county mental health services to children, adults and seniors with severe mental illnesses.