Behavioral Health Task Force
The Douglas County Behavioral Task Force is a partnership of regional agencies, providers, and community partners working together to improve patient care outcomes by working collaboratively to meet all behavioral health needs and speak with one voice.
- Partnership of Community Resources
- Family Support Council
- Tahoe Youth and Family
- Suicide Prevention Network
- Douglas County Social Services
- Douglas Counseling & Supportive Services – Rural Clinics
- East Fork Fire
- Douglas Sheriff’s Office
- Regional Behavioral Health Coordinator
- Carson Valley Medical Center Hospital: Vitality for Life, Emergency Department and Social Worker
- Carson Tahoe Hospital
- Tahoe Douglas Fire
- Douglas County Public Guardian
- Private providers
Click HERE for more information on the Behavioral Health Task Force.
A community that works together to address all behavioral health needs. A system that is smooth for the individual. One County wide program that is networked together. There is not a wrong door. A system that is a continuum of services.
To improve patient care outcomes by working collaboratively to meet all behavioral health needs and speak with one voice.
Recent Documents Relevant to the Behavioral Health Task Force
The Douglas County Mobile Outreach Safety Team (MOST)
The Douglas County Mobile Outreach Safety Team (MOST) is composed of a firefighter paramedic, a licensed clinical social worker, and a deputy sheriff to create a skilled intervention team to check up on local residents experiencing a crisis.
East Fork Fire Protection District – eastforkfire.org
Douglas County Social Services – http://www.douglascountynv.gov/directory.aspx?did=42
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office – douglasconvsheriff.com
Douglas Counseling and Supportive Services-http://dpbh.nv.gov/Programs/ClinicalBehavioralServ/locations/Rural_Community_Health_Services/
Contact – If you are in crisis, please call 911.
MOST Main (Non-Emergency Dispatch): (775) 782-5126
MOST operates on Thursdays.