Bill WalkerWe hope that as you read and search our site, you will gain more than "facts and figures". We hope that you will see that KCMH is a high quality county mental health department. We utilize many well-respected evidence-based approaches, and are constantly working to improve our ability to serve people of multiple cultures or having complex problems. However what we really hope comes through on our website is that we believe that individuals with mental illnesses or addictions can recover and rejoin us as members of a thriving community. To be a successful department, we always start with hope. Whether you are an individual looking for help, a family member seeking understanding for a loved one, or even a professional looking for a place to work, we are glad you started here. There is recovery and hope available, and we invite you to join us on that journey.

Working together to achieve hope, healing, and a meaningful life in the community.

People with mental illness and addictions recover to achieve their hopes and dreams, enjoy opportunities to learn, work and contribute to their community.

Hope, Healing, Community, Authority

We honor the potential in everyone
We value the whole person - mind,  body and spirit
We focus on the person, not the illness
We embrace diversity
We acknowledge that relapse is not a personal failure
We recognize authority over our lives empowers us to make choices, solve problems and plan for the future

What's New Image
Psychology Internship Program Brochure - 2015/2016 Academic Year

How to Keep Your MediCal

CFLC November 2014 Calendar

CCS TLC Tehachapi November 2014

CCS HOPE Center November 2014

CCS TLC Tehachapi October Calendar

CFLC October 2014 Calendar

CCS HOPE Center October 2014

MHSA Innovation Stakeholder Meetings

Meth Impact Study 2014

KCMH Family Handbook

MHSA Three-Year Program & Expenditure Plan FY 2014/2015-2016-2017

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Request For Applications (RFA)
AB 109 Related Services

Response Cover Page - Fill In Form
AB 109 RFA Addendum

Psychology Internship Brochure 2014/2015

Local Collaboratives
McFarland - 2nd Tuesday of the month> at 3:00 pm, Family Resource Center

- 3rd Wednesday of the month,
 Family Resource Center

- 2nd Thursday of the month at 8:15am,
  Education Resource Center

Substance Abuse
 Narcotics Anonymous - Thursdays at noon, 3715  Columbus, 868-7150
 Alcoholics Anonymous - Thursdays, 5:00-6:00 pm, 3715  Columbus, 868-7150

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