Adult Alcohol Consumption

Alcoholism is a rough word to deal with. Yet nobody is too young (or too old) to have trouble with booze. That’s because alcoholism is an illness. It can hit anyone. Young, old. Rich, poor. Black, white. And it doesn’t matter how long you’ve been drinking or what you’ve been drinking. It’s what drinking does to you that counts.

Mobile Crisis Teams

New Frontier Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic

24/7 Crisis Phone Number: 775-427-4040 | Adult Crisis: 775-427-9198 | Youth Crisis: 775-600-3420

Defined for the first time in the federal Excellence in Mental Health Act, Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs) are designed to provide a comprehensive range of mental health, substance use dis- order, and primary healthcare services, particularly to vulnerable individuals and families with the most complex needs during a federal demonstration program with eight participating states.

NFTC CCBHC is able to provide clinical treatment services to children, adolescents, transitional-aged youth, adults and families in our Fallon facility.

This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Underserved individuals and families
  • Low income individuals and families
  • Those who are insured, uninsured or on Medicaid
  • Those with complex health profiles
  • Members of our armed services and veterans
  • Adults with serious mental illness
  • Children with serious emotional disturbance
  • Those with long-term chronic addiction
  • Others with mild or moderate mental illness and substance use disorders

Purpose of the CCBHC model

Easy and welcoming access to services to ensure those who need services will receive them; enrollment assistance for Nevada Medicaid, SNAPS benefits and other programs available.

Screening, assessment and risk assessment for mental health, addictions and basic primary care needs to ameliorate the chronic co-morbidities that drive poor health outcomes and high costs for those with behavioral health disorders;

24/7/365 crisis services to help people stabilize the most clinically appropriate, least restrictive, least traumatizing and most cost-effective settings;

Full clinical, operational and financial commitment to peer and family support, recognizing these elements as essential for recovery;

Tailored emphasis on active and veteran military, who have served our country with honor, to ensure they receive the unique health care support they need;

Expanded coordination with other health care and social service providers, with a focus on whole health and comprehensive access to a full range of medical, behavioral and support services.


CCBHCs must offer the following services directly or through a formal contract with a designated collaborating organization (DCO):

  • Crisis mental health services including 24-hour mobile crisis teams, emergency crisis intervention and crisis stabilization
  • Screening, assessment and diagnosis including risk management;
  • Person-centered treatment planning
  • Outpatient primary care screening and monitoring of health indicators and health risk. This includes screening for diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and monitoring weight, height, body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, blood glucose or HbA1C, and lipid profile.
  • Targeted case management
  • Psychiatric rehabilitation services including Assertive Community Treatment, family psychoeducation, supported employment, and housing assistance.
  • Peer support, psychosocial rehabilitation, basic skills training and family support services.
  • Services for members of the armed services and veterans. Intensive community-based mental health care for members of the armed forces and veterans, particularly in rural are- as; care consistent with minimum clinical mental health VA guidelines.

To access Monday through Friday 7am– 9pm please call: 775-423-1412

To access crisis services after hours please call: 775-427-4040

Or come to: 1490 Grimes Street, Fallon NV 89406

Adult Crisis: 775-427-9198

Youth Crisis: 775-600-3420