Orange County Community Cares Project (OCCCP) strives to improve access to mental health services and decrease the negative effects of mild to moderate symptoms of depression and/or anxiety. The program provides a referral-based system for individuals to receive short-term, pro-bono mental health treatment by a multidisciplinary team which includes a project lead, clinicians, and peer mentors. Staff delivers culturally and linguistically appropriate assessments, case management, individual psychotherapeutic services, and follow-up services to evaluate effectiveness and satisfaction of services. All individuals who are referred to the OCCCP program will be initially evaluated by program staff during intake interview. If eligible, the participant will be linked to a mental health provider in the community who best meets their needs for a total of 12 therapy sessions.
Eligibility: Orange County residents, age 16 and up with no insurance or benefits, needs access to services and possess mild to moderate symptoms of anxiety and/or depression.
Program Address: Orange County Community Cares Project 2035 E. Ball Road, Suite 100-C Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 517-6100 www.ochealthinfo.com/occcp
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