Mental Health resources in Marin County
Marin County Behavioral Health & Recovery ServicesMarin County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services provides a complete range of mental health services for children, adults, and older adults.
Mental Health resources in Monterey County
Integrated Co-occurring Treatment (ICT)Professional treatment for adolescents with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders. A home-based program with additional services at the office. Services include cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational enhancement therapy, peer support, individual, group and family therapy.
130 West Gabilan Street
Salinas, CA 93901
Outpatient Mental Health CounselingIndividual, family, and group counseling for a variety of emotional and mental health issues. The C.A.T.S program provides therapy for those impacted by HIV/AIDS, as well as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning individuals and their families. Services may be available in English and Spanish.
433 Salinas Street
Salinas, CA 93901
Seaside, CA 93955
Monterey County Behavioral HealthCall the toll free number between 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and talk with a Behavioral Health team member who will provide a brief screening and then connect you to appropriate community resources, or schedule an appointment for a mental health assessment with one of our therapists.
Community Human ServicesOur Family Service Centers offer a variety of professional, affordable mental health programs for low-income individuals and families. With locations in Salinas and Seaside, it’s easy to find a Family Service Center near you and services that meet your needs.
Youth prevention, substance use, and mental health services are also available. For more information: https://chservices.org/youth/
Mental Health resources in San Mateo County
StarVistaTeens can obtain support and talk live to trained peer mentors.
San Mateo County Behavioral HealthFor assistance in finding mental health and/or substance use services for someone who may be experiencing a mental illness and/or substance use condition, or for someone you are concerned about, call the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services ACCESS Call Center for information, an assessment and a referral based on individual needs.
Mental Health resources in United States
American Psychological Association
LGBT Youth Talk LineThe LGBT Youth Talk Line provides peer counseling, information, and local resources for youth through age 25.