Santa Clara County

Project LEARN

Psychoeducation and Psychosocial classes in jail and to the reentry population Project LEARN provides reentry programming to individuals incarcerated at Elmwood Correctional Facility, utilizing three (3) evidence‐based curricula/interventions: Seeking Safety, Thinking For a Change, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills Training. Clients are assigned to the classes by the Rehabilitation officers or Pretrial officers. Contact: 408.271.3900projectlearn@healthright360.org

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Project HERE

Outpatient Mental Health program for children and adolescents. Project HERE provides outpatient mental health services to youth ages 6-21 that is client-centered and culturally sensitive. We empower youth to work on the challenges they may be facing whether it be depression, anxiety, trauma or any other mental health related issue. Services available for youth with

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Project FORWARD

Outpatient mental health program providing co-occurring services to youth ages 13-18. Project FORWARD provides integrated mental health and substance use treatment to youth ages 13-18. Whether it be trauma, drug and/or alcohol use, depression, or any mental health related issue, we offer a safe space for youth.  We empower youth to work on the challenges

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Social-Rec

Offering pro-social activities for youth and their families. Every Thursday of the month, youth and their families are invited to the AARS Youth Services office in San Jose from 4-8pm for pro-social activities. Activities include games, ice-breakers, entertainment, instructional classes (guitar, dance, cooking), and dinner. The purpose of Social-Rec is to get youth involved in

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Project RECONNECT

A substance use prevention and treatment program Project RECONNECT in Santa Clara is an adolescent outpatient drug treatment program, serving youth ages 12-18. Santa Clara is the original program and location, which began in 1994 as the first substance use disorder treatment program in the nation to target Asian and Pacific Islander adolescents. Services provided:  Specific groups

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Multi-Agency Assessment Center (MAAC)

Intervention and treatment services for incarcerated youth The Santa Clara County Probation Department operates the Multi-Agency Assessment Center (MAAC) in Juvenile Hall. Based on the results of the MAAC assessments, The County oversees the development, monitoring and adjustment of youth that are detained in Juvenile Hall longer than 72 hours. AARS provides substance abuse educational

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Adult Substance Abuse Treatment Services (ASATS)

ASATS is an outpatient substance use treatment program, specializing in providing culturally and linguistically competent services to Santa Clara County’s diverse communities. ASATS began in December 1996, as AARS’ first managed care program. Initially, ASATS specialized in treating Asian and Pacific Islander communities, but has since proven to be effective in working with diverse communities

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Transitional Aged Youth Interdisciplinary Service Team

The Transitional Aged Youth Interdisciplinary Service Team (TAY-IST) is an integrated outpatient program. We provide integrated mental health and substance use treatment for people ages 16-25. Services include: individual therapy, support/resource groups, life skill development, case management, peer support, and medications. Eligibility for Services Services available for people with Medi-Cal. Clients with no insurance may

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