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Alpine County Behavioral Health Services Survey 2017
Alpine County Behavioral Health Services Survey 2017

About Alpine County Behavioral Health Services (ACBHS): Alpine County Behavioral Health Services (ACBHS) provides comprehensive mental health services to residents of Alpine County regardless of ability to pay. ACBHS provides several different types of programs and services to address mental health needs of residents, including:

  • Case Management, Referrals, and Community Prevention and Education
  • Individual and Family Mental Health
  • Mental Health Assessment & Treatment Options
  • Psychiatric Consultation

About this Survey: ACBHS is working with Resource Development Associates ("RDA") to assist in preparing and submitting an MHSA Annual Update report to the State of California regarding the mental health needs of Alpine County residents. We are conducting this survey across Alpine County to understand how well ACBHS’ programs, services, and activities meet the community’s mental health needs and what ACBHS can do to improve its services.

We will be using the anonymous information you provide to inform the community needs assessment portion of the MHSA Annual Update as well as the improvements to mental health services the County ultimately decides upon. The Annual Update will be submitted to the State of California to track, evaluate, and communicate the statewide impact of mental health programs.

This survey is anonymous. Only RDA will see your response and they will combine your response with others' responses to inform the community needs assessment.


You can download the survey by clicking here. After taking it you can send it or drop it off at the following address:

Alpine County Behavioral Health Services
75 Diamond Valley Road Unit C
Markleeville, CA 96120

Or you can click here to take the online version.