Mono County

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Mono County Social Services
The Mono County Department of Social Services offers a variety of services to   individuals and families through several Federal, State, and County programs. The following link will bring you to their site providing information on the below listed services.
http://www.monocounty.ca.gov/social-services/page/mono-county-social-ser...

 Adult Services
 Assistance Programs
 Child Welfare Services
 Emergency Shelters
 Employment Services
 Senior Programs
 

Contact Information
Monday through Friday
8 am to 5 pm
760-924-1770 Mammoth Lakes
760-932-5600 Bridgeport
530-495-1262 Walker
Walker
P.O. Box 579
107384 Hwy 395
Walker, California

Bridgeport
P.O. Box 576
85 Emigrant Street
Bridgeport, California

Mammoth Lakes
P.O. Box 2969
452 Old Mammoth Rd
Mammoth Lakes, California
 

Mono County Behavioral Health Department
The Mono County Behavioral Health Department offers counseling, therapy, case management, psychiatry, as well as alcohol and other drug treatment to all Mono County residents.  They provide outpatient Alcohol/Drug counseling for individuals and groups; and can also help you find Residential Treatment if that is what you are looking for. They also provide all Court mandated services, including, 52 Week Batterer Class, DUI and PC1000 programs.  Please refer to their website for further services, wellness centers, locations and contact information: 
http://www.monocounty.ca.gov/behavioral-health

Administrative Information:
Mono County Behavioral Health
P.O.Box 2619
(452 Old Mammoth Road-Use For Overnight Delivery)
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
760-924-1740; Fax 760-924-1741
800-687-1101
Robin Roberts, MFT, Director
760-934-1740; Fax: 760-924-1741
Email: rroberts [at] mono [dot] ca [dot] gov
 

Consumer Services:
CRISIS INTERVENTION & ACCESS/SERVICES REFERAL NUMBER:
800-687-1101
760-924-1740
Intake Clinic:
452 Old Mammoth Road, 3rd Floor
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES (DCSS)
CORE Mission: Locate Parents; Establish Paternity; Establish Orders; Collect Support
http://www.monocounty.ca.gov/child-support
The DCSS website also provides further information, resources and links in regards to the following topics:
Are you ready to be a Parent
Family Violence Awareness
Options for Health Care
Positive Parenting
Jobs and Financial Tools
Fathers Matter

Contact Information
Fax Number:
760-934-1875
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 5044
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Office Location:
126 Old Mammoth Road Suite #202
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Si habla espanol, ofrecen intepretacion en espanol cada jueves entre las 2:00 a las 4:00.

MONO COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT
The Public Health Department provides services that support the health and safety of Mono County residents including immunizations, HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases programs, communicable disease prevention and surveillance, tuberculosis program, health promotion, emergency preparedness, California Children's Services (CCS), Child Health and Disability Prevention Program (CHDP), Women Infant and Children (WIC), services for women and children, safety programs and much more.
http://monohealth.com/public-health
 

Contact Information
MONO COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Mammoth Lakes Office
437 Old Mammoth Road
PO Box 3329
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
• Phone number: 760-924-1830
• Fax number: 760-924-1831
Bridgeport Office
199 Twin Lakes Road
PO Box 476
Bridgeport, CA 93517
• Phone number: 760-932-5580
• Fax number: 760-932-5284

MONO COUNTY SHERIFF/CORONER
• Mission Statement
INTEGRITY. HONOR. COMMITMENT.
The Mono County Sheriff's Department is commited to providing the highest level of professional law enforcement services to enhance the quality of life for the citizens and visitors of Mono County.
http://monosheriff.org/sheriff
The Mono County Sheriff’s website also provides further resources, links and information pertaining to the following topics:
 Association Contracts
 Citizen's Comments
 CodeRED
 Concealed Weapons Permits (CCW)
 Court Services
 Links
 Livescan Fingerprinting
 Megan's Law
 No Shooting Zones
 VINE - California State Victim Notification System
Contact Information
For Emergency's call 911
Dispatch (760) 932-7549
Bridgeport Office:
PO Box 616 or 49 Bryant St. Bridgeport CA. 93517
(760)932-7549
(760) 932-7435 (fax)
June Lake Substation:
(760) 648-7057
(760) 648-7151(fax)
Crowley Lake Substation:
(760) 935-4066
(760) 935-4072 (fax)
*PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SUBSTATIONS ARE NOT MANNED 24 hours a day / 7 a week

VETERAN SERVICES
The Counties of Inyo-Mono Veteran Service Office (VSO) is consolidated within the Sheriff’s Department. The VSO was created to assist the counties veterans and their families in obtaining veterans’ benefits.
http://www.inyocounty.us/so/services/veteran-services/
The Veteran Services Website includes the following information, resources and links:
VSO Benefits
• Disability Compensation
• Special Monthly Compensation
• Disability Pension
• Special Monthly Pension
• Housebound, Aid and Attendance
• Dependency Indemnity Compensation
• Death Pension
• VA Healthcare
• CHAMPVA
• Dependent allowances
• Education and Dependent Education
• Vocational Rehabilitation
• California College Fee Waiver Program
• Clothing Allowance
• Special Adapted Housing & Auto Grants
• VA Life Insurance
• VA Home Loans
• Cal-Vet Home Loans
• State Veterans Homes
• Requests for Military Records and/or
• Correction to Military Records
• Discharge Upgrade Information
• Burial Benefits…
Office Location
County of Inyo-Mono
207 West South St.
Bishop, Ca 93514
Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 7am – 5pm
Outreaches observed on Thursdays
Phone
760-873-7850
Fax
760-873-7851
Email
icvso [at] inyocounty [dot] us

WOMEN INFANT AND CHILDREN (WIC)
WIC is a federally-funded health and nutrition program for women, infants, and children. WIC helps families by providing checks for buying healthy supplemental foods from WIC-authorized vendors, nutrition education, and help finding healthcare and other community services. Participants must meet income guidelines and be pregnant women, new mothers, infants or children under age five. In California, 84 WIC agencies provide services locally to over 1.45 million participants each month at over 650 sites throughout the State.
The state website provides further information on what the program entails and how to apply
http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/wicworks/Pages/default.aspx

Mono County WIC Program Contact Information:
Leah Roman
437 Old Mammoth Rd., Suite 215
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
760-924-4610

 

MONO COUNTY WORKFORCE SERVICES
Mono County Workforce Services offers a comprehensive range of workforce development activities which promotes an increase in employment, job retention, earnings, and occupational skills development for program participants, resulting in an overall improvement of workforce quality, reduced aid dependence, and increased productivity and competitiveness.
http://monohealth.com/workforce-services
The Mono County Workforce services website provides further information and job search resources.
Contact Information
Phone:
760-924-1770
530-495-1262
800-593-7551
Email: Workforce Services at
jsloane [at] mono [dot] ca [dot] gov

 

WILD IRIS
What They Do:  “Wild Iris is here to stand by you through the whole process of dealing with violence in your home, whether or not you want to leave your abusive partner. Our crisis counselors are here to discuss your situation and your options with you, and support the decisions you make for yourself and your family. All of the services offered by Wild Iris are completely confidential, and are offered with dignity, respect and compassion for our clients.” 
“Wild Iris is a community-based non-profit agency committed to promoting, providing and sustaining programs of education and prevention, crisis intervention, advocacy, and support for those affected by domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault. Our vision is for non-violent relationships based on dignity, respect, compassion, and equality.
Our services are provided at no charge and are completely confidential.”

24-Hour Toll Free Crisis Line: 1-877-873-7384
http://wild-iris.org/
Bishop
760-873-6601
150 N. Main St.
PO Box 697
Bishop, CA 93515
fax:760-873-8104
Mammoth Lakes
760 934-2491
625 Old Mammoth Road #201
PO Box 2858
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
fax: 760-934-1568
Bridgeport
760-934-2491
221 Twin Lakes Road #105
Bridgeport, CA 93517
fax:760-934-1568
Lone Pine
760-873-6601
120 S. Main St. #12
Lone Pine, CA 93545
fax: 760-873-8104

TOIYABE INDIAN HEALTH PROJECT
“The mission of Toiyabe Indian Health Project, Inc. (TIHP) is to improve and establish programs, policies and actions which focus on developing and maintaining healthy individuals, families and Indian communities while fostering tribal sovereignty, self-sufficiency and cultural values.”
http://www.toiyabe.us/
The Toiyabe Indian Health Project website includes information on the following services:
Family Services

Toiyabe Family Services proposes to strengthen Indian families and communities by providing professional therapeutic counseling combined with prevention strategies and counseling intervention with a strong emphasis on cultural and traditional activities.

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program
• Individual, group and family counseling
• Relapse prevention
• Aftercare services
• EAP
• Referral to inpatient treatment for adult and youth
• Community and school education presentations/workshops
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Mental Health Program
• Individual, family and group therapy
• Therapy for anxiety and depression, trauma, stress, grief and loss
• EMDR
• Art Therapy
• Play Therapy (children)
• Couples counseling
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Prevention Program
• Organize drug and alcohol free activities for youth
• Daughters of Tradition groups
• Sons of Tradition groups
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Outreach Services
• Counseling and referral services for incarcerated youth and adults
• Respond to referrals from schools, Tribe programs and county agencies

CONTACT
Phone: 760-873-6394 and Fax: 760-873-3254
They also provide services related to Dental, Medical, Optical, Public Health, Preventive Medicine and Contract Care
Medical
Medical - (760) 873-8461 | Toll free (877) 701-6318

Administration - (760) 873-8464 | Toll free (877) 776-8100

Fiscal/Billing/Contract Care - (760) 873-6111 | Toll free (877) 701-6313

Pharmacy - (760) 873-4721 | Toll free (877) 701-6319

Dental - (760) 873-3443 | Toll free (877) 701-6321

Community Health - (760) 872-2622 | Toll free (877) 701-6316

WIC - (760) 872-3707 No toll free number

Optical - (760) 873-6111 | Toll free (877) 701-6313

Family Services - (760) 873-6394 | Toll free (866) 270-5003

Dialysis - (760) 873-7611 No toll free number

Elders Title VI - (760) 872-6595 No toll free number

Preventive Medicine- (760) 873-8851 No toll free number

LONE PINE CLINIC (760) 876-4795 | Toll free (877) 701-6317
COLEVILLE CLINIC (530-495-2100)

 

NORTH STAR
Mission Statement
“The purpose of the North Star Counseling Center (NSCC) is to provide quality, culturally relevant, low cost counseling services to students and their families in Inyo and Mono counties. Our school-based counseling centers focus on prevention and early intervention strategies and treatments. Our mission is to improve the lives of the individuals we serve by providing tools and insights so they can better recognize, confront and understand their challenges. All counseling services are confidential.”
• Behavioral Problems
• Issues in the Home
• Separation /Divorce
• Anxiety/ Fear
• Low Self-Esteem
• Bullying
• Depression
• Eating Disorders
• Communication Issues
• Conflict Resolution
• Family Crisis
• Anger Management
• Grief
http://northstar-counseling.org/
North Star Counseling Center Bishop
800 West Elm Street #6
Bishop, CA 93514
Phone: 760 873 4206
North Star Counseling Center Mammoth Lakes
365 Sierra Park Road
P.O. Box 130
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Phone: 760 924 7926 

MONO COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION
MISSION STATEMENT
“Mono County Office of Education is committed to serving students, schools and communities by providing and supporting exemplary educational programs in a professional and fiscally-sound manner in order to foster healthy and productive individuals.”

http://www.monocoe.org/