Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic
CenterLink, also known as Center Point, Inc.’s (CPI) Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), was established in October 2022 with implementation funding from SAMHSA Center for Mental Health Services. The CCBHC is co-located at the Multi-Service Center Outpatient Program and Primary Care Clinic. It serves as a central screening and assessment hub for the CPI system of care for substance use disorder (SUD) and mental health (MH) programs in Marin County.
The clinic services initiate with a brief intervention, a full assessment, and all necessary treatment. CenterLink has a Consulting Psychiatrist who provides psychiatric consultations and direct telehealth services, which include diagnostic interviewing, prescribing, medication management, and others. Additionally to that, the Medical Director and Psychiatrist also can prescribe and manage medications, including all federally approved medication-assisted treatments (MATs).
The CCBHC staff include certified SUD counselors, SUD and MH Care Coordinators, and licensed clinicians. The have experience in addressing trauma and promoting the recovery of children with emotional disturbances and adults with mental illnesses.
The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic, CenterLink offers:
- A comprehensive range of outreach
- Care coordination
- Recovery support based on individualized need
CenterLink services are available to individuals and families across their lifespan. Besides that, CCBHC:
- increases the access to and availability of high-quality services that are responsive to the assessed needs of the community;
- also supports recovery from mental health and substance use disorder challenges via comprehensive community-based mental and substance use disorder treatment;
- uses evidence-based practices that address the needs of the clients and meaningfully involve clients and family members in their own care.
Evidence-based practices CCBHC utilizes include:
- Targeted Case Management
- Crisis Intervention and Management
- Integrated Treatment for Dual Diagnosis
- Motivational Interviewing
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Seeking Safety
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention
In conjunction with CPI’s residential and outpatient SUD/MH programs and services, and the Designated Collaborating Organizations, CenterLink offers a broad array of behavioral health programming directly and in association with community partners.
CenterLink services are still being developed in conjunction with the SAMSHA grant, and are undergoing expansion that will continue over the next several years.
The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic – CenterLink works with Marin County Health and Human Services, Marin Community Clinics, and other medical providers.
It aims to enhance behavioral health equity, to guarantee the right of high quality access, and affordable health care services. CenterLink offers support to all population regardless of the individual’s race, age, ethnicity, gender, disability, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, or geographical location.
The clinic also improves the access to behavioral health care by promoting quality behavioral health programs and practice, and reducing persistent disparities in mental health and substance use services for underserved populations and communities that CPI serves. CenterLink ensures that all clients have a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible.
In conjunction with promoting access to high quality services, behavioral health disparities are further mitigated by CPI’s programming and services addressing social determinants of health, such as social exclusion, unemployment, adverse childhood experiences, and food and housing insecurity.
For more information regarding the programs offered contact the clinic at:
1601 2ND St., Suites 104-108,
San Rafael, CA 94901
Monday-Friday 12:00PM – 6:00PM