St. Joseph's Behavior Health Center (SJBH) in Stockton, CA, is the primary site for inpatient and outpatient services for various mental health disorders. It is a licensed, not-for-profit facility providing comprehensive behavioral health services in Stockton. The inpatient center has 35-adult beds for crisis stabilization, medication monitoring and stabilization, and medical detox. Several outpatient psychiatric therapeutic services are offered at the Behavior Health Center: Partial Hospitalization Programs, Intensive Outpatient Programs focusing on Adult Chemical Recovery, Dual Diagnosis, Adolescent Psychiatric, and Chemical Recovery. The center also has ongoing Therapy Groups such as Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills Process Group, Adolescent Social Skills Group, and Aftercare Group. Behavior Health Center has board-certified psychiatrists, doctors, and licensed professionals who are committed to providing compassionate, quality care and creating an atmosphere that fosters communication, trust, and personal growth.
St. Joseph's Medical Center (SJMC) in Stockton, CA, provides Consult & Liaison services for our program. SJMC is the largest hospital in San Joaquin County, with a diverse patient population, including a sizeable pediatric volume. St. Joseph's Medical Center serves an urban community with nearby rural areas, each with significant underserved patient populations that create varied pathology and advanced levels of disease that challenge the residents' learning and level of care. There is administrative and academic support via faculty and clinical staff. St. Joseph's Medical Center has 355 licensed beds and necessary tertiary services for multiple residency programs. There is 24/7 off-site coverage by the inpatient faculty and 24/7 in-house backup coverage.
Department of State Hospitals-Napa in NAPA, CA, is the site for forensic, geriatric, addiction, and inpatient rotations. It is the oldest state hospital in California, founded in 1875. It is still in operation with approximately 1,255 beds. The residents will have the opportunity to evaluate and treat the patient's under the Civil Commitment under the Lanterman-Petris-Short Act, Incompetent to Stand Trial, Offenders with mental Health Disorders, Not guilty by reason of insanity. Residents will have the opportunity to provide specialized treatment such as Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT), Treatment for polydipsia, Sex offender treatment, and Intensive Substance Recovery. Napa State Hospital's clinical staff includes psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, rehabilitation therapists, psychiatric technicians, and registered nurses. There is administrative and academic support via 24/7 off site-coverage by the inpatient faculty and 24/7 in-house backup coverage. Housing is provided during rotations in Napa.