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Mental Health Kiosks

Marshall Hospital Emergency Dept. Kiosk with Jan Melnicoe of NAMI El Dorado, Angelina Larrigan, HHSA, and Larry Schmidt, Director of Emergency Dept.Have you visited one of the Mental Health Kiosks?

Our community is quickly becoming educated about mental health and where to find local services and supports

7 West Slope “Mental Health Resource” Kiosks:

–  Juvenile Hall  (225 Fair Lane, Placerville)
El Dorado County Library (Cameron Park – Country Club Dr.)
Folsom Lake College (El Dorado Center – Student Services, Green Valley Rd)
–  Marshall Emergency Department (1100 Marshall Way, Placerville)
–  Georgetown Divide Wellness (2 kiosks) (6065 California 193, Georgetown)
Shingle Springs Health and Wellness ( 5168 Honpie, 4th floor, Placerville)
NAMI Brochures are also available at these mini-kiosks: Placerville Main Library (345 Fair Lane) and
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These West Slope kiosks were made possible through a grant from the El Dorado Community Foundation and NAMI El Dorado County in 2017 and a private donor. Thank you Amanda and Ximena for your dedication to volunteerism and replenishing these monthly!

8 South Lake Tahoe “Mental Health Resource” Kiosks at the following locations: 

–  Barton Emergency Room (2170 South Ave)
–  Barton TeleMedicine Psychiatry (2209 South Ave, Suite A)
–  Barton Behavioral Health (2209 South Avenue, Suite B)
–  Barton Community Health Center (2201 South Ave)
–  El Dorado County Probation/Sheriff (1360 Johnson Blvd)
–  Lake Tahoe Community College (in the One Stop across from bookstore)
–  El Dorado County Library (1000 Rufus Allen Road)
– Juvenile Treatment Center (1041 Al Tahoe Blvd)
NAMI Brochures are also available at these mini-kiosks:
El Dorado County Behavioral Health (1900 Lake Tahoe Blvd)
South Tahoe High School (A6)
County Jail Visitor Waiting Area (1041 Al Tahoe Blvd

Nearly 6,000 brochures have been provided to the community in South Lake Tahoe since the kiosks were established in May, 2016.

These South Lake Tahoe Mental Health Kiosks were made possible through a grant from the Barton Foundation. Strong collaboration with local providers keep resources at the finger-tips of our community. Thank you!

Thank you Marsha for your on-going volunteerism in designing the kiosks, maintaining inventories and reporting utilization. Thank you community providers of services/supports for proactive collaboration in making these kiosks an on-going success.

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