Crestwood Behavioral Health - Carmichael

leadership team

Nancy Soncrant
Campus Administrator

Vernon Frayna
Program Coordinator
American River Residential Services & PHF

Damela Barnes
Program Director
American River Residential Services

Thomas Coleman, R.N., B.S.N.
Director of Nursing Services
Psychiatric Health Facility

Donna Dwyer
Director of Administrative Services

Talal H. Alsaleem, LMFT 
Clinical Director
Psychiatric Health Facility
 

contact

American River Residential Services and Psychiatric Health Facility
4741 Engle Road Carmichael, CA 95608

American River Residential Services
(916) 483-8424
Fax: (916) 483-3071

American River Psychiatric Health Facility
(916) 977-0949
Fax: (916) 977-0423


Email

 

career center

To learn about job opportunities at American River Residential Services and Psychiatric Health Facility, visit the Career Center.

 

overview

Utilizing our values: Caring, Compassion, Kindness, Dignity and Respect, and the components of Hope, Empowerment, Meaningful Roles and Spirituality, American River Residential Services provide a Client-Centered Recovery-Based model of care.  

Our relationship with each individual resident is the basis for developing our Community Housing and Support Services that encourages and fosters growth, change, and independence.

programs

American River Residential Services
Adult Residential Facility

Utilizing our values: Caring, Compassion, Kindness, Dignity and Respect, and the components of Hope, Empowerment, Meaningful Roles and Spirituality, American River Residential Services provide a Client-Centered Recovery-Based model of care.  Our relationship with each individual resident is the basis for developing our Community Housing and Support Services that encourages and fosters growth, change, and independence.

Core Program

 

American River Psychiatric Health Facility
Psychiatric Health Facility

Crestwood's Psychiatric Health Facilities (PHFs) are dedicated to restoring a sense of hope, self empowerment and realized potential of recovery in each of our consumers. PHFs are for consumers who require stabilization, medication management, behavioral interventions, psycho-therapy, psychosocial education and a transition plan to enable a successful return to their community.

Core Program


special feature


Community Housing and Support Services

Utilizing the components of the Wellness Wheel, residents are provided with the ability to make choices that allows them the opportunity to accept greater responsibility in moving towards their desired environments for living, learning, working and socializing

 

 


Vocational Program

Our Vocational Program seeks to empower residents to develop in the four skill areas of the Vocational Wheel, thus providing them with the tools needed to become employed, foster independence and the development of meaningful roles.  Our goal is to provide a working environment that enables residents to understand and address behaviors that interfere with their quest for independence, while providing a positive work experience. 

 

Community and Family Engagement Program

The Community Engagement Program is designed to explore and identify mental health resources in the community that can be easily accessed by our residents.  The goal is to make the transition to independent housing a seamless process, by utilizing support systems that are already present in the community.  In addition, we establish valuable partnerships with other mental health providers, which allows for the creation of comprehensive service planning for residents.

The Family Engagement Program is designed to engage and involve family members in our services through individual family and resident service planning, educational groups, and family-to-family support groups. We recognize that family engagement and involvement could have a profound positive impact on residents’ successes while at American River and after they transition into independent housing.