Mental Health Services Auburn | Chapa-De
Living with Chronic Pain Can Lead to Depression
But Chapa-De is here to help!
At Chapa-De we have a team of therapists and psychiatrists who work in our medical department and alongside our medical care teams. We are here to serve patients who are currently struggling with some type of mental or emotional health issue.
Chapa-De is here to discuss any questions you may have concerning your own or a loved one’s mental and behavioral health.
Chapa-De’s goal is to remove the stigma of accessing care to assist any mental or behavioral health issues you may be experiencing.
Caring for you mental health is a key component in your overall health!
How can you access care at Chapa-De?
- American Indian patients can go directly to the behavioral health department to seek help.
- The larger patient community must establish care in our medical department before accessing behavioral health services.
- Once you are established as a Chapa-De patient, you can refer yourself to a therapist.
- Patients who would like to visit with a psychiatrist must first receive a referral.
- Through our integrated care model, your medical provider can call a therapist into the room during your medical visit for a brief assessment.
- If you are struggling to achieve your health goals or follow you care plan as recommended by your doctor, an assessment by our therapist may help you discover what barriers are preventing you from being successful.
PACE Program for Chronic Pain
If chronic pain is causing you stress or depression, there is help. Chapa-De offers PACE classes to help you find the support and relief you need.
Therapists teach our PACE classes. PACE focuses on techniques to manage and cope with chronic pain outside of medication.
- PACE classes take place on Wednesdays from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Classes are located on-site at both the Auburn and Grass Valley Health Centers
- Classes take place in a support group format.
- Participation in PACE will give you the tools to cope with and effectively manage your pain.
Opiate addiction assistance is available!
- Patients recovering from opiate addiction can also receive help through an integrated, patient centered approach called: Medication Assisted Treatment (M.A.T.) with Buprenorphine.
- Patients will need to visit with their doctor to discuss their addiction, get screening blood work and receive a medical clearance.
Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition. 1 in 5 Americans will be affected by a mental or behavioral health condition in their lifetime which also effects their family and friends.
Chapa-De strives to provide you with the tools and resources to help you overcome any existing mental and behavioral health issues and identify them early on.
Take action today, call Chapa-De!
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Chapa-De provides medical care, dental care, optometry, behavioral health, pharmacy services and much more.
Serving all American Indian, Low Income and Limited Income Community