Sept. 14 — Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics and Sanctuary Centers of Santa Barbara to hold ribbon cutting for The Integrated Care Clinic

August 1, 2017

SANTA BARBARA —  Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics  and Sanctuary Centers, of Santa Barbara invite you to tour, the Integrated Care Clinic, the first and only collaborative clinic in Santa Barbara to co-locate medical, dental and mental health services. This project is a new, one-of-a-kind partnership between Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics and Sanctuary Centers of Santa Barbara, two community-based organizations that have served Santa Barbara’s low-income population for the last 40 years.

The Integrated Care Clinic focuses on providing comprehensive treatment dedicated to low-income adults living with mental illness and substance use disorders in Santa Barbara, California. Medical and dental care is available to identify and treat chronic conditions, in order to prevent them from becoming life-long illnesses. Our clinicians will work closely with clients to effectively manage diagnosed conditions and prevent further hospitalization within a unique environment co-locating medical, dental and behavioral health services.

Celebrate the Ribbon Cutting, commemorating this special facility made possible by The J.S. Bower Foundation, Cottage Hospital, Hutton-Parker Foundation, Dr. John Lewis and Dr. Carrie Towbes, the McCune Foundation, St. Frances Foundation, Santa Barbara Foundation, the Towbes Foundation, Wells Fargo Foundation, and the Woods-Claeyssens Foundation, with the Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics and Sanctuary Centers of Santa Barbara, assisted by the Santa Barbara Chamber of Commerce.

The event will be held at The Integrated Care Clinic, 115 West Anapamu Street, #B151, Santa Barbara from 4 to 5:30 PM.

Come early and Celebrate Recovery, in association with SAMHSA’s National Recovery Month. The event will take place from 10am until 4pm at Sanctuary’s Outpatient Mental Health building, 1136 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Visit with Santa Barbara County Probation Department, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office, Pacific Pride Foundation, Al-Anon, Santa Barbara City College, New House, the Counsel on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, and others. HIV and Hepatitis C testing will be provided on site by the Pacific Pride Foundation.

Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics and Sanctuary Centers recognize that the most vulnerable among us will get better because we’re on this journey together.

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