Consolidated Tribal Health Project
Healthy People. Healthy Families. Healthy Community.

Behavioral Health Services

 
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Behavioral Health Services

CTHP’s Behavioral Health Department aims to provide culturally relevant and confidential assessment and screening, counseling, treatment, referrals, as well as support groups for the health and wellbeing of our patients.

 

Who We Serve

Children, youth, adults and seniors, Elders, families, men and women.

 

Services and Support

  • Substance abuse counseling.

  • Counseling services for children, adolescents, adults and elders, as well as family counseling and therapy.

  • Assessments, referrals, clinical screening and assessment, substance abuse counseling, support group counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy, chronic pain management through stress reduction, hypnotherapy, stress management through self relaxation techniques and meditation.

  • Group support: Red Road to Wellness

 

Programs

CTHP Outpatient Treatment Program
Traditional Healer Program

 

Support Group

Red Road to Wellness
Days:  Mondays
Time: 6:00 pm
Location:  Indian Senior Center
425 N. State St., Ukiah, CA
Contact 707-467-5645 for more information.

Find more Red Road Group meetings in Mendocino County on our Events page.

 

 

Patient Care Hours
Monday to Friday
8:00 to 12:00 & 1:00 to 5:00 pm.

Appointments
To make an appointment, call 707-467-5645.
To cancel or reschedule an appointment, please call at least 24 hours in advance where possible. This allows us to find another appointment time for you and accommodate other patients.

Registration, Coverage and Payment for Services
Contact PRC (Purchased and Referred Care) at 707-467-4641 to register as a new patient, or for information about eligibility and coverage.
Contact the Billing department at 707-467-5637 for information about payment.

Transportation Services
Transportation is available for eligible patients in need upon referral by your provider. See Transportation Services for more information.

New Patients
Please visit Your First Visit to register if you are a new patient.


Providers

 
 
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Debbie Swayze. Substance Abuse Counselor II.

Debbie grew up and has lived in this area for over 47 years. She is in recovery from addiction and has firsthand experience with how addiction devastates the Native American culture. Debbie studied at Mendocino Community College with a major in Alcohol & Other Drug Studies. She is registered & certified through California Association for Alcohol/Drug Educators: (CAADE). Debbie is trained in Triple P, a positive parenting program. Debbie has worked with adults through a variety of referrals including the county and federal probation and parole to overcome substance use issues (which includes alcohol) in order to become productive and successful members of our community. She worked with the county for over seven years as a Substance Abuse Counselor, four years in collaboration with the courts, attorneys, probation and the Child Welfare System in Family Dependency Drug Court program. Debbie will be working with local Tribes to address substance use disorder treatment issues, developing a substance abuse program to be recognized and acknowledged by the courts, probation and Child Welfare System as an equal alternative.
 

 
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Trilby Kerrigan, ASW

Trilby Kerrigan, MSW. Medical Social Worker.

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Trilby Kerrigan recently graduated from Humboldt State University with an MSW and has most recently registered with the Board of Behavioral Sciences of California to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. As a Medical Social Worker, Trilby offers crisis counseling and referrals, behavioral health assessments, outreach to Tribal communities and individual and group counseling services. Trilby’s focus in helping others is to form trust, partnerships and support and to honor the importance of culture and tradition in healing.

Trilby is a member of the Karuk Tribe of California and has been residing in Mendocino County for the past ten (10) years. She been working in the helping profession for the past twenty (20) years and behavioral health is where her heart is.