Resources

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The Mono County Probation Department is here to help guide the probationer with their goals and aspirations.  In the process of achieving your pro-social goals you may need some assistance along the way.   We will help refer you to the resources available in your area in regards to medical, substance abuse, alcohol, behavioral, mental health treatment, victim support, parenting classes, anger management classes etc.   Some of these treatment resources listed may also be a condition of your court order.  If you are unsure if you are court ordered to complete a specific treatment program, please contact your supervising Probation Officer for further information and referrals. 

Mono County Social Services
The Mono County Department of Social Services offers a variety of services to   individuals and families through several Federal, State, and County programs. The following link will bring you to their site providing information on the below listed services.
http://www.monocounty.ca.gov/social-services/page/mono-county-social-ser...

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Mono County Workforce Services offers a comprehensive range of workforce development activities which promotes an increase in employment, job retention, earnings, and occupational skills development for program participants, resulting in an overall improvement of workforce quality, reduced aid dependence, and increased productivity and competitiveness. 

        TREATMENT LINKS

Alcohol and Substance Abuse

Mono County Behavioral Health

http://www.monocounty.ca.gov/behavioral-health
760-924-1740

Alpine Counseling Center
375 E Line St Bishop, CA 93514
(760) 873-4357

Senate Bill 678 was signed into law on November 4, 2009 and with the passage of this bill came the Community Corrections Partnership (CCP).  However, the significance of SB 678 was much more than the establishment of the CCP.  California has seen a paradigmatic shift in philosophy and unprecedented systemic changes in community corrections.  There have been statewide efforts to expand the use of evidence based practices (EBP) in sentencing and probation practices and programs and to reduce the number of probationers being sent to prison after a violation of probation.

The following documents list agencies and links providing long term residential substance abuse, alcohol, and dual diagnosis treatment in the surrounding California and Nevada area.  

Victim Resources

VINE

The California State Victim Notification service (VINE) helps victims of crime obtain information about the custody of their offender and is provided by the local sheriff in the counties listed above and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR). VINE is a free service that is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. VINE is available in English and Spanish and all registrations are confidential.

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Welcome to the Mammoth Lakes Alcoholics Anonymous Group

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Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control victims for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or labor services against his/her will.