Warner Park Recovery Center – Woodland Hills Mental Health

Mental Health Diversion Program

Helping clients and their legal representatives in achieving success!

Located in Woodland Hills California, but we help clients nationwide.


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Warner Park Recovery Center (WPRC)

Is an IOP facility that offers specialized assistance for individuals with drug-related charges, including those that meet the requirements of the Mental Health Deferment Program. WPRC has extensive experience working with chemically dependent and mentally ill clients who found themselves in legal jeopardy because they learned to medicate chemical imbalances through illicit drug use. In addition to providing expert witness in court proceedings, we have assisted countless recovering addicts facing prison time by providing their attorneys and representatives documentation of their participation in treatment as an alternative to punitive measures by the courts. Our facility offers psychiatry, individual therapy, and group therapy with focus on emotion regulation, relapse prevention, and mental health coping skills. Drug testing via UAs is performed as required. If any of your clients could benefit from our services, please contact us at your earliest convenience. 

These are some of the basic elements of the mental health diversion program, and how we can help clients and their attorneys succeed in these cases:

Penal Code 1001.36 sets forth California’s mental health diversion program. If you have mental health issues, this program may allow you to receive treatment in lieu of prosecution and jail when you are charged with a crime. If you successfully complete treatment, the criminal charges will be dismissed.

In order to qualify for a Mental Health Diversion program, the following requirements must be met:

– The defendant must have a qualifying mental illness. The mental illnesses that qualify include (but are not limited to) bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder).

– The mental disorder must have played a significant role in the offense and be one that can be successfully treated in the opinion of a qualified mental health professional.

– The defendant must waive their right to the sixth amendment, which is for their right to a trial without delay.

– The defendant must agree to the treatment. Further, the court must determine that the defendant is not an unreasonable risk to public safety.

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