Agency: SAN MATEO COUNTY HEALTH SYSTEM, SAN MATEO MEDICAL CENTER
Offers 24/7 emergency psychiatric services to people in emotional crisis. Responds to crisis intervention with long-term solutions. Provides information and referral to a wide range of services. These include programs related to adolescent treatment, drug and alcohol, and abused women and children.
Crisis Intervention – A fast response service enabling the individual to cope with a crisis and remain in the community. Psychiatric Evaluation – An assessment of your current emotional, behavioral and mental status. Psychological Assessment – Psychological testing may be provided when indicated, as well as an assessment of your current emotiona...
Agency: SANTA CRUZ COUNTY HEALTH SERVICES AGENCY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (HSA)
Most of the staff are now working from home, providing telephonic services and some community based services. Critical crisis services and psychiatry still being provided in the office. Call: 1(800) 952-2335 for appointment 3/27/2020Provides mental health services to eligible adults including case management and medication services, rehabilitation,...
Agency: MARIN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DIVISION OF BEHAVIOR HEALTH AND RECOVERY SERVICES
Provides information and screening for mental health and substance use services. Also provides outpatient, residential, and hospital care. Offers prevention, intervention, suicide prevention, and crisis services to residents of Marin County.
Agency: NAPA COUNTY HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY, MENTAL HEALTH DIVISION
Offers a Psychiatric Emergency Response unit providing comprehensive crisis mental health services, crisis intervention, suicide evaluation, and emergency psychiatric evaluation for individuals who require admission into a psychiatric hospital or crisis residential treatment facility.Also offers a Medication Clinic and provides information and refe...
Provides confidential mental health support, crisis and suicide prevention helpline. Also available to answer non-emergency calls from anyone in need of emotional or mental health information or referrals.
Agency: SOLANO COUNTY HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Note for Coronavirus response period:During Coronavirus response period, all services remain the same.Updated 3/25/2020Provides 24/7 confidential crisis intervention and referral services to mental health clients. Services are available in person or over the phone. Provides brief treatment, case management, or assistance obtaining emergency psychia...
Agency: SAN MATEO COUNTY HEALTH SYSTEM, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND RECOVERY SERVICES
Provides outpatient mental health services to adults and children in the central county area including medications, crisis services, individual and group counseling, case management and representative payee services. The intake process includes evaluation and referral to other providers when appropriate.Offers a 24/7 crisis line for individuals who...
Agency: San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health
Currently operating and offering support, resources and updates on DBH services.Provides a 24 hour hotline that connects callers with counselors offering mental health services, crisis response and problem resolution.
Agency: County of San Luis Obispo Behavioral Health Services
Mental health services and early intervention available in Spanish. Provides a full array of mental health services in the community that are culturally appropriate for both Latino adults and children/youth.
The Information HelpLine offers: *Information. We provide general (non-professional) information on illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression; issues affecting children, adolescents & young families; general questions about medication; NAMI programs (such as Family-to-Family and In Our Own Voice); NAMI policy positions (such a...
The Behavioral Health lobby is closed until further notice. Patient's Rights Advocate services are telephonic please call 1-866-701-5464. Available for information and questions about your rights as a patient or to discuss concerns about the rights of individuals receiving mental health treatment in a health facility.