Behavioral Health Wellness Campus
Planning is underway to renovate the county-owned buildings at 1034 Oak Grove Road in Concord to become a new nonemergency mental and behavioral health facility.
The wellness center is designed to offer a unique and compassionate approach to supporting people with their mental and behavioral health needs.
The current buildings at the site will be renovated, while retaining the general layout of the campus. Construction is set to begin in April 2024, and we anticipate the site to open in December 2024.
On Site Services
- Wellness Clinic:
Our Wellness Clinic will provide rapid screening, care and connections to follow-up behavioral health services. It is intended for people in urgent need of behavioral health help but are not in crisis.
- Peer Resilience Center:
This center will be a safe and welcoming place for people to receive support from trained peer staff who have personal experience in working towards their own wellness.
Hours of operation: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. daily
On Site Operations
- A3 Miles Hall Crisis Call Center:
The A3 Miles Hall Crisis Call Center is staffed with trained professionals who answer calls to provide support, triage presenting issues, and determine when an in-person response is necessary.
Hours of operation: 24/7
Join Our Neighborhood Workgroup Meetings
CCH is committed to collaborating and working with our neighbors to address ideas and concerns together. To ensure open communication, we are hosting neighborhood workgroup meetings, providing a platform for ongoing discussions about our plans and progress.
If you’re interested in participating, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.