Who Owns Orange County Behavioral Health Services?

Signature Healthcare Services, LLC is the owner of mental health centers in Orange County, including the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) hotline. This free and confidential telephone service provides emotional support and resources to residents of the county. The center primarily serves adults, but also offers limited crisis stabilization services for youth and adolescents. It has strong partnerships with Orange County Children's Hospital (CHOC) and other community organizations to meet additional treatment needs.

The vision of Be Well OC is to lead the country in terms of optimal mental health and well-being for all Orange County residents. AdvanceOC and OC Equity Map have collaborated to create a data platform that highlights social and health disparities in Orange County neighborhoods in multiple dimensions. Tucker was instrumental in obtaining the license for Orange County's first chemical dependency recovery hospital, one of only seven centers in the county at the time. The event was broadcast online and featured statements from prominent community leaders from the Board of Supervisors, the Orange County Health Care Agency, CalOptima, the district attorney, the sheriff and local health systems.

The campus provides much-needed services to address these challenges and preserve police and emergency room resources for their intended purposes, said Sheriff Don Barnes of the Orange County Sheriff's Department. Gina is a resident of Orange County who has her own personal recovery based on faith and her relationship with God. The goal is to make Orange County a safe, healthy and satisfying place to live, work and play, today and for future generations, by providing outstanding and cost-effective regional public services. District Attorney Todd Spitzer of the Orange County District Attorney's Office said that when he was a supervisor he wanted Tucker to be in the Third District because he knew that this building—and the magnificent work that will be done here—are a brilliant example of how a community should address mental illness.