Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health (SYBH) provides services to individuals and families who are experiencing serious or ongoing mental health and/or substance use disorders in Yuba and Sutter Counties. Fees for service are based upon the client’s ability to pay. SYBH accepts most medical insurance, Medi-Cal and Medicare.
Main Business Number: (530) 822-7200
24-HOUR Psychiatric Emergency Services (Crisis Services): (530) 673-8255 or Toll Free (888) 923-3800.
Child Development Screening (Help Me Grow)
Early screenings and assessments for children ages 0-5 provide parents/caregivers information on a child’s developmental growth or can help identify potential delays in a child’s development.
For more information on Child Development Screening services please call (530) 749-6366 or (800) 794-4067.
More information is available online at First 5 Yuba and Help Me Grow Yuba County.
Health and Human Services offers classes and presentations about:
- Communicable Disease
- Passenger Safety (Car Seat)
- Pedestrian Safety
- Substance Use and Narcan
- Tobacco Use and Vaping
- Emergency Response
- Mosquito and Vector safety
- Heat and Sun Safety
- Water Safety
- Oral Health
Public Health offers limited clinical services to residents. Current available services include; flu vaccinations, TDaP vaccinations and tuberculosis (TB) screening.
For more information about the services offered please call (530) 749-6366.
For additional community resources please visit the Network of Care for Sutter and Yuba Counties.
For assisted living information for aging adults please visit Caring.com.
The Immunization Program serves as a resource within the community to provide individuals, providers (medical, daycare) and schools with information regarding immunization requirements and changes to the requirements.
For information on available immunizations and services please call (530) 749-6366.
Yuba County Public Health’s clinic does not offer travel vaccines. For information on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommended vaccines for travelers, please visit its website: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel
My BenefitsTo check on the status of your benefits, access your online C4Yourself account www.C4Yourself.com or call the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System: 1-877-652-0739.
Safely Surrendering a Newborn
The Safely Surrendered Baby Law permits the parent or person with legal custody to safely and confidentially surrender a baby within three days of birth. Safe surrender sites are hospitals, fire stations and other designated locations within each county.
For information on Safe Surrender sites within your county dial 211 or outside of the county call: 1-877-BABY SAF (1-877-222-9723).
For more information please visit http://www.cdss.ca.gov/Portals/9/FMUForms/M-P/PUB400.pdf.
Public Health offers training and naloxone (NARCAN) supplies for individual use.
For NARCAN training or a schedule of substance use classes taught at the Coordinated Entry site at 131 F Street, Marysville, CA 95901, or call HHSD Public Health at (530) 749-6366.
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Reports and Data
2018 Health and Human Services Strategic Plan
The Economics of Child Abuse
The Calfiornia Child and Family Services Review System Improvement Plan for 2019 - 2024
The Yuba County Health and Human Services Department, Child and Adult Protective Services Division (CAPS) and Probation Department (PO) County Self-Assessment for 2019 - 2024