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Mental Health Supervision

*In case of emergency: If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, call 911 or an emergency crisis center right away.

If you are on probation and have mental health concerns, you might be eligible for specialized supervision. A specially trained probation officer will supervise you, track your progress, and help you find the services you need. Ask your probation officer if you qualify.

Mental health supervision provides:

  • Smaller caseloads, more individualized attention, and more field visits;
  • Focus on treatment and social services; and
  • Coordination with treatment providers and families to build a strong support network.

Selection process for the adult mental health supervision caseload

  • You can speak to your probation officer if you think you will be more successful on probation with a specialized probation officer who understands mental health concerns. Also, your probation officer might speak with you if he or she thinks you will benefit from extra probation support.
  • In order to be considered for this caseload, you must complete a mental health assessment or provide a copy of an assessment completed within the past year.
  • If you are not receiving mental health treatment and want a referral, you can ask your probation officer to provide one or you can find a Community Based Mental Health Agencies by County on your own.

Mental Health Services, advocacy and support resources