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Live Oak Unified School District

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Behavioral / Mental Health

behavior / mental health:

behavior / mental health:

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.
Mental Health: 
Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health services include inpatient treatment of acute psychiatric conditions, crisis counseling, emergency assessment, crisis line intervention, safety planning and resource education.
Psychiatric Health Facility (PHF):
Treatment under a specialized psychiatric care team including a psychiatrist, mental health therapists and psychiatric nurses. Additional services provided are medication management, education, resource mobilization and referrals.
Psychiatiric Emergency Services (PES): 
Provides services 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to all ages in the community. There are two locations available: 
1) Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health (SYBH)
Address: 1965 Live Oak Blvd, Yuba City, CA 95991
2) Rideout Memorial Hospital 
Address:  726 4th St. Marysville, CA 95901
Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health
Address: 1965 Live Oak Blvd, Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7200
Hours: Monday - Friday : 8am - 5pm
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Suicide awareness:

Suicide awareness:

Suicide occurs almost twice as often as murder. Each year, about 36,000 people in the United States die by suicide. In the U.S. People who seriously consider suicide feel hopeless, helpless, and worthless. A person who feels hopeless believes that no one can help with a particular event or problem. A person who feels helpless is immobilized and unable to take steps to solve problems. A person who feels worthless is overwhelmed with a sense of personal failure. People who have suicidal thoughts may not seek help because they feel they cannot be helped. This usually is not the case.
~ Suicide is the third leading cause of death for people ages 15 to 24 and the second leading cause for people ages 25 to 34.
~ Suicide rates have increased for middle-aged and older adults.
~ One suicide death occurs for every 4 suicide attempts.
~Women try suicide more often, but men are 4 times more likely to die from a suicide attempt.
Individuals who considered / attempt suicide may have one or more of the following risks:
  • A personal or family history of suicide attempts
  • A family history of suicide attempts or completed suicide
  • A personal or family history of severe  anxiety,  depression, or other mental health problem, such as  bipolar disorder (manic-depressive illness) or  schizophrenia
  •  Substance use disorder, such as alcohol use disorder
The warning signs with age:
  •  Children and teens : may include preoccupation with death or suicide or a recent breakup of a relationship.
  • Adults : may include recent job loss, or divorce.
  • Older adults : may include the recent death of a partner or diagnosis of a life-limiting illness.


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