Yolo Community Care Continuum (YCCC) is a non-profit agency that provides an array of community-based programs for people experiencing a psychiatric disability. YCCC has provided services in Northern California for over thirty years. Each service is designed to meet the individual needs at specific points in the recovery process. Twenty-four hour supervision is offered in the three residential programs. Supported housing offers an opportunity to live more independently in the community while recieving the support needed to be successful.
Each YCCC program encourages increased levels of independent living. All programs are based in community settings and follow the tenets of social rehabilitation. Clients have access to support from staff, peers, and volunteers. Client input is actively solicited and utilized in program evaluation, program planning, and agency-wide planning.
A person must be a client of a county that has a current contract with YCCC to access YCCC programs. A person may enter two or three programs simultaneously. To ensure continuity of care, treatment efforts are coordinated
between programs, among other public and private providers, as well as with family members.
Admission and participation in the programs are the same for everyone without regard to race, color, sex, creed or disability.