NPCRS Manteca Psychiatric Facility

NPCRS Manteca

National San Joaquin (Manteca, CA) is a welcoming 3,300 square foot home privately situated on a beautifully landscaped, well-lit 1.2-acre lot. This newly renovated, 14-bed facility maintains both shared and single rooms and is staffed by compassionate, highly skilled, principle-based individuals... Show full text

National San Joaquin (Manteca, CA) is a welcoming 3,300 square foot home privately situated on a beautifully landscaped, well-lit 1.2-acre lot. This newly renovated, 14-bed facility maintains both shared and single rooms and is staffed by compassionate, highly skilled, principle-based individuals who provide personalized support to each client throughout their stay. Delicious catered meals, a well-stocked pantry, comfortable seating, and several entertainment options aid in promoting a sense of home for our clients. Our adept client care team consists of a psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse practitioner, nurse practitioner, licensed vocational nurses, mental health clinicians, mental health workers, and a Discharge Coordinator who meets regularly with each client and works unitedly towards agreed-upon goals. Our psychiatrists and nurse practitioners aid in medication management while our mental health clinicians provide caring, non-judgmental counseling in group, individual, and family therapy sessions. Prior to discharge, our clinicians will work with you in assessing which unique programs or support services may continue to provide additional assistance in achieving your long-term goals. As we continue to move in the direction of providing the best client experience possible, the vision we strive for is simple; Helping every client, every staff member, and everyone we work with to have a better today and a stronger tomorrow. If National San Joaquin sounds like a good fit for you, we look forward to making your acquaintance.

401 S. Airport Way
Manteca, CA 95337

The bravest thing you can ever do in life is to keep living when you want to die.

To us, you are a person, not a number, and our friendly psychiatrists will treat you with respect and consideration as they strive to help you achieve a balanced and healthy quality of life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No. We cannot read PPD results at any of the NPCRS facilities.
You must have a negative PPD or a clear chest x-ray in order to be admitted to our program.

Yes. Family and loved ones are encouraged to come visit during our daily visiting hours. A release form must be signed by you for each visitor, and uninvited guests will not be let in without your consent.

7 days a week:
Lunch Visiting Hours: 11:30am – 1:00pm
Dinner Visiting Hours: 6:30pm – 8:00pm

No. NPCRS does not have long term parking available.
You can either be driven by a friend or family member, a taxi, or in some cases we can arrange a pick-up from your current location. If you are coming from a hospital, ask about their available taxi voucher policy.
If you are coming from a hospital or other residential program, we ask that you do not stop anywhere between the two facilities.

See an example weekly schedule here.

Yes. You may bring your cellphone and other electronics. There are plugs available by each bed and free Wi-Fi available for our residents. We also have computers available for your use.
Note: you will be responsible for keeping track of your belongings

Once you arrive at our facility, your belongings will be searched and inventoried, for your protection.
If a visitor brings you any items, the items must be inventoried as well.
We do not allow any sharp objects such as razors or any alcohol based products.
We have electric razors available for checkout.

Yes. All our meals and snacks are catered daily and any dietary restrictions or allergies will be accommodated.

California passed a law raising its legal smoking age from 18 to 21 in May of 2016. In order that NPCRS remain in compliance with the law, smoking is only permitted for clients 21 years or older. Smoking is only allowed outside on the patio in the designated areas. Absolutely no smoking is allowed indoors. E­cigarettes, cartridges, pipes and vapes are also not allowed.

No. NPCRS is not a locked facility, but you will not leave the facility during your stay except for our daily walks, during a pass, and for any important appointment.

Our schedule incorporates daily walks and physical activities in which residents will leave the facility as a group.
After 1 week, you may go on a 2 hour planned pass with a loved one. Passes will be planned ahead of time to not interfere with any groups or medication management, and we recommend that you do not go home during a pass.

Yes. All your medications, including over-the-counter medications, will be held and administered by a nurse or med-aide during your stay. You will receive all your medications with instructions at the end of your stay.

Yes. NPCRS also accepts private pay clients. For more information regarding questions regarding private pay fees and other program related questions please call the Program Director at (408) 457-6284 in San Jose or (408) 568-9834 in Sacramento.This is a confidential voicemail and your call will be returned within a 24 hour period.

State-of-the-Art Psychiatric Facilities

NPCRS provides an ideal low-stress, supportive environment where adults with mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders can recover quickly. Our rehabilitation services are tailored to meet your specific needs.

We combine a quality medical facility with proven treatments given by professional psychiatrists who have your best interest in mind. Our facility provides psychiatric services for people struggling with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, other mental illnesses, and substance use disorders.

What to expect from our facility:

  • Comfortable, homey, and luxurious environment.
  • Friendly and knowledgeable psychiatrists.
  • Treatment planning that focuses on your specific goals for recovery.
  • Follow-up community care for each resident.

Intake Forms

In Patient
Referring a patient from a hospital or other facility
NPCRS Application
Out Patient
Individuals coming from home
NPCRS Application
Physician's Report
Functional Assessment