What is Behavioral Health?
Behavioral health refers to how our daily cognitive habits affect our overall well-being, emotions, biology, and behavior. It’s often used interchangeably with mental health, but is actually a far more expansive term that incorporates not just our mental wellness, but the way our thoughts play out in real life.
Good behavioral health means engaging in behaviors that help you achieve an ideal mental and physical balance. That means exercising, eating a healthy diet, and taking necessary steps to manage an existing disease or injury.
Colusa County Behavioral Health Services
The Behavioral Health Department provides:
✔24-Hour Access Line:
✔Psychiatric medication services
✔Information and referral
✔Mental health education
✔Patients’ rights advocacy
✔Wellness and recovery groups
Located at 162 E. Carson Street in the City Of Colusa.
Phone: (530) 458-0520
Email CCBH: Email
Hours: Monday through Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Struggling with Opiates? Contact CCBH (530) 458-0520 and ask about their Evidence-based Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Substance Use Disorder program or request a referral.
Medication Assisted Treatment using FDA approved medications such as Suboxone or Vivitrol includes assessment, individual and/or group counseling, physician review and monitoring, and case management. (Source: SAMHSA)