Mental Health Support

Alameda County Behavioral Health
Mental health and substance abuse services for the people of Alameda County.
Alameda County Health Care Services Agency
Alameda County Health Care Services Agency (HCSA) works in partnership to provide high quality services, foster safe and healthy communities, and promote fair and inclusive opportunities for all residents. This is accomplished by the work of HCSA's four departments: Behavioral Health, Environmental Health, Office of the Agency Director (OAD), and Public Health.
ACCESS Program – Alameda County Behavioral Health
Alameda County Behavioral Health's (ACBH) ACCESS Program is the system wide point of contact for information, screening and referrals for mental health and substance use services and treatment for Alameda County residents.
Acute & Crisis Services – Alameda County Behavioral Health
Alameda County Behavioral Health (ACBH) operates a variety of crisis services and Mobile Crisis Teams to respond to individuals in the community experiencing an acute behavioral health crisis. In addition to crisis services (ACBH) operates an Acute Care Management Team to assist in arranging care transitions between levels of care within the behavioral health care system.
Afghan Coalition
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Afghan Coalition is an Ethnic Community-Based Organization led by Afghans that provides a variety of different services to the community.
Afghan Path Towards Wellness – North Alameda County (International Rescue Committee – Oakland)
Afghan Path Towards Wellness offers Support Groups for Afghan adults who live in North Alameda County. Our mission is to provide a safe and supportive space for Afghan adults to embark on a journey towards improved well-being, mental health, and personal growth.
African Communities Program (Partnerships for Trauma Recovery)
African Communities Program addresses the psychosocial impacts of trauma among international survivors of human rights abuses through culturally aware, trauma-informed, and linguistically accessible mental health care, outreach, professional training, and policy advocacy.
AHS Specialty Mental Health Prevention Program – North Alameda County (Asian Health Services)
AHS Specialty Mental Health (SMH) Prevention Program serves East Asian language community residents in Alameda County seeking mental health support. Services include community outreach, workshops, individual and community consultations, preventative counseling, and support groups. Services provided are free. Our services are supported by the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Alameda County Behavioral Health.
Alameda County Health Centers – Alameda Health Consortium
CHCN health centers are based in Alameda County, California, and have extended services to surrounding counties. The eight CHCN health centers which make up the Network, currently serve more than 130,000 people at more than 94 sites of care. Many of the health centers also provide mental health, dental and preventive health programs.
Alcohol Rehab Guide
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Alcohol Rehab Guide is an informational web source dedicated to supporting and helping anyone battling alcoholism or co-occurring behavioral and mental health disorders. Our goal at Alcohol Rehab Guide is to support those affected by or battling alcoholism and co-occurring disorders through reliable information.
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AlcoholHelp is a free online information hub that creates educational articles about substance misuse, and co-occurring behavioral and mental health disorders for people of all demographics nationwide.
AllyNetwork – Diversity in Health Training Institute
AllyNetwork is a web-based app that provides a listing of bilingual/bicultural mental health and wellness professionals and resources for trauma-informed support and resources, with the goal to increase access to and use of mental health and wellness services for immigrants, refugees, and asylees, and immigrant youth, through a web-based app that provides a listing of bilingual/bicultural mental health and wellness professionals and resources for trauma-informed support and resources.
ARISE Asian Wellness Project – South Alameda County (a program of Bay Area Community Health, formerly Tri City Health Center)
Arise Asian Wellness Project is a Mental Health Prevention and Early Intervention program that aims to promote emotional and mental well-being through education and consultation. We provide FREE workshops, individual preventative counseling, support groups, and community events for youth, adults, and families of the East Asian Community in South Alameda County. We also assist with connecting participants to care.
Asian Community Wellness Program – North Alameda County (Korean Community Center of the East Bay)
Asian Community Wellness Program (ACWP) provides mental health wellness outreach, awareness, education, consultation, stigma reduction, counseling services, and case management support to East Asians (Chinese, Mongolian, Korean, Japanese), and other Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) community members in North Alameda County. In addition, ACWP provides culturally responsive and trauma-informed services and access to community resources without insurance requirements.
Asian Health Services
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Asian Health Services provides health, social, and advocacy services for all regardless of income, insurance status, immigration status, language, or culture. Our approach to wellbeing focuses on “whole patient health,” which is why we provide more than primary care services, including mental health, case management, nutrition, and dental care to more than 50,000 patients in English and 14 languages: Korean, ASL, Lao, Burmese, Mandarin, Cantonese, French, Mien, Karen, Mongolian, Karenni, Tagalog, Khmer, and Vietnamese. We offer medical, dental, and mental health services for all ages.
Bay Area Community Health
Bay Area Community Health (BACH) provides high-quality healthcare services, regardless of immigration status, ethnicity, disability, or ability to pay.
Bay Area Community Services
Bay Area Community Services (BACS) runs several Housing Resource Centers, Housing Liaison, Housing Education and Counseling. In Contra Costa County, BACS runs Don Brown Housing First in Antioch, which provides rapid re-housing for Contra Costa homeless who need support for mental health issues.
Brighter Beginnings
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Brighter Beginnings provides social and medical services to low-income families in the East Bay.
Catholic Charities of the East Bay (CCEB)
Catholic Charities East Bay helps vulnerable communities within Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, providing housing assistance, general legal services, social services, social support and mental health services, financial assistance and resources, financial literacy, emergency shelter services.
Center for Empowering Refugees & Immigrants (CERI)
Center for Empowering Refugees & Immigrants (CERI) serves refugees and immigrants affected by war, torture, genocide or other extreme traumas so as to improve their emotional, physical, social and economic wellbeing.
Center For Survivors Of Torture (CST) – Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)
AACI’s Center for Survivors of Torture (CST) program provides specialized services for survivors of torture and their family members, as well as newly arrived refugees, including individual and group psychotherapy, psychiatry, psychological and medical evaluations for political asylum cases, medical, social, and legal services
City of Berkeley (CA) Mental Health
Berkeley Mental Health provides mental health services to eligible adults, children, youth, and their families, including counseling and case management services.
Contra Costa County Behavioral Health Services
Contra Costa Behavioral Health provides welcoming, integrated services for mental health, substance abuse, and other needs that promote wellness, recovery and resiliency while respecting the complexity and diversity of the people we serve.
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Contra Costa County
County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services
County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services assists individuals affected by mental illness and serious emotional disturbance to achieve their hopes, dreams and quality of life goals.
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Santa Clara County
County of Santa Clara Health System
County of Santa Clara Health System is our local healthcare safety net and provider of comprehensive care, service, and program to the residents of our county. The Health System includes the Behavioral Health Services Department, Public Health Department, Santa Clara Valley Healthcare's network of hospitals and clinics including Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, O'Connor Hospital and St. Louise Regional Hospital, Emergency Medical Services Agency, Custody Health Services Department, and Valley Health Plan.
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Santa Clara County
Crisis Support Services of Alameda County
Crisis Support Services of Alameda County provides support for people who may be feeling suicidal or in mental health distress. You can call them 24 hours/day on their suicide hotline at 1-800-309-2131.
Cultural Y Bienestar – Countywide (La Clínica De La Raza)
Cultura y Bienestar is a Latino focused Mental Health Prevention & Early Intervention program that provides Outreach, Education and Consultation to the Latino Community. This program employs Mental Health Specialists, Community Health Educators/Promotores and Traditional Healers to provide promotion and prevention activities and brief early intervention services.
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Alameda County
DreamCatcher Youth Services
DreamCatcher Youth Services is a non-profit youth shelter that provides Emergency Sanctuary for youth ages 13-18 who are experiencing homelessness or human trafficking and supports for youth ages 18 to 24 who are experiencing homelessness.
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Filipino Advocates for Justice
Filipino Advocates for Justice (FAJ, formerly known as FAA, Filipinos for Affirmative Action) has been an advocate for immigrant and civil rights by providing direct services, developing leaders, and organizing and advocating on issues important to the Filipino community as a historically underserved ethnic minority. We serve at-risk middle and high school-age youth, low-wage workers vulnerable to exploitation, and the newly arrived immigrants and undocumented, by helping them navigate the challenges of life in the US.
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East Bay
Filipino Community Health & Wellness (Filipino Advocates for Justice)
Filipino Community Health & Wellness ensures that the Filipino community, particularly youth and young adults, caregivers, and immigrants in central and southern Alameda County have access to psycho-social and case management support to serve their needs as well as ensure additional culturally and linguistically sensitive preventative counseling and mental health referral support services.
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Alameda County
Health, Wellness, and Mental Health Resources for the Afghan Community
Health, Wellness. and Mental Health Resources for the Afghan Community is a Google Spreadsheet with a growing list of resources compiled by EBRIF’s Health, Wellness and Mental Health Work Group.
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Bay Area
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Hively helps parents find and pay for quality child care, provides parent education and support to ensure that children get the best start possible, guidance and training for people interested in building sustainable, high quality child care businesses, and helps adults and children through challenging life situations. 
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Alameda County
International Rescue Committee – Oakland
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Oakland's programs are designed to ensure that you, as a refugee, thrive in America--whether ensuring your children are enrolled in school, you as an adult is become self-reliant through employment or starting businesses, or families are receiving acute medical care you need to recover from trauma or illness. If you are in need, the IRC will help you to rebuild your life and regain control of your future in your new home community.
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East Bay
Korean Community Center of the East Bay
KCCEB’s mission is to empower immigrants in the Bay Area through access to education, services, resources and advocacy. We help individuals get needed resources at critical moments in their lives and offer opportunities to empower themselves, their families and community for health and wellness.
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Bay Area
La Clínica de la Raza
La Clínica provides multi-lingual, accessible full-scope health care services in the East Bay, no matter a patient’s income level or insurance status.
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Bay Area
La Familia Counseling Services
La Familia is a community outreach nonprofit in the greater Bay Area, California. We provide services throughout Alameda and Contra Costa and Stanislaus counties, with a comprehensive selection of programs to meet a variety of mental health and community support needs.
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Bay Area
Mental Health Map & Resources (Filipino Advocates for Justice)
A searchable interactive map for finding mental health and other resources in the Bay Area, with a focus on those providing supports for the Filipino community.
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Bay Area
Multilingual Counseling Center
In recognizing the need for cultural and language specific mental health services in the Bay Area and the lack of multi-lingual speaking counselors, we created the Multi-lingual Counseling Center to serve the needs of our growing multi-lingual community. Our mission is to provide mental health services and treatment to individuals suffering from different mental health symptoms such as depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, anxiety, ADHD and all other mental health diagnosis.
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Bay Area
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