Marin County DA Mental Health and Crisis Resources

MENTAL HEALTH AND CRISIS RESOURCES IN MARIN COUNTY

24 Hour Crisis Hotlines:

  • Child Protective Services 415-499 -7153
  • Psychiatric Emergency Services 415-499-6666
  • BHRS Crisis Line 888-818-1115
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255
  • Buckelew Programs Suicide Hotline 415-499 -1100
  • Crisis Stabilization Unit Hotline 415-473-6666
  • The Vine Detox Center 415-492-0818

 12-Step Meetings and Resources

  • Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Al-Anon, teen groups and other 12 Step groups meet in Marin.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous www.aasf.org
  • AlAnon and Alateen 415-455-4723
  • Alcoholics Anonymous - English 415-499-0400
  • Alcoholics Anonymous - Spanish 415-824-1834
  • Cocaine Anonymous 415-226-1300
  • Marn Alano Club/Dual Recovery Anon 415-456-8479
  • Marijuana Anonymous 415-419-3555
  • Narcotics Anonymous 1-877-612-7837

Refuge Recovery: See meetings list here.

LifeRing: Find resources and meeting list here.

Smart Recovery: Find resources and meetings list here.


Mental Health and Substance Use Services

  • Access to Services 1-888-818-1115
  • Bay Area Community Resources 415-755-2345
  • Center Point, Inc 415-456-6655
  • Marin Treatment Center 415-457-3755
  • Helen Vine Recovery Center 415-492-0818
  • Family Service Agency 415-491-5700
  • Huckleberry Youth Programs 415-258-4944
  • Marin Outpatient and Recovery Services 415-485-6736
  • Ritter Center 415-457-0728
  • Youth and Family Serives 415-473-6724
  • Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Programs 415-870-9298

Hospitals and Clinics

  • Marin Community Clinics 415-448-1500
  • Marin General Hospital Emergency Room 415-925-7200
  • Novato Community Hospital Emergency Room 415-209-1350
  • Ritter Center 415-457-8182
  • Marin City Health and Wellness Center 415-339-8813
  • Costal Health Alliance (Bolinas, Point Reyes, Stinson Beach) 415-868-0124; 415-663-8666; 415-868-9656

Outreach Services

  • Enterprise Resource Center 415-457-4554
  • The Warmline 415-459-6330
  • General Assistance 415-473-3450
  • Huckleberry Youth Programs 415-258-4944
  • Patients' Rights Advocate 415-456-7693
  • Public Guardian Office 415-473-6186
  • Social Services )Medi-Cal, Food Stamps, etc.) 415-473-3400
  • Marin Recovery Project: Sober Living Referrals and Recovery Support Services 415-407-2264
  • HIV Testing 415-457-2002
  • Marin AIDS Project (Needle Exchange) 415-457-2487
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 415-444-0480
  • Golden Gate Regional Center (GGRC)415-446-3000

Free Food and Meals

  • Ritter Center 415-457-8182 Extension 150
  • St. Vincent de Paul Dining Hall 415-454-3303

Marin Food Bank Locations (www.marinfoodbank.org):

  • Canal Alliance, San Rafael 415-454-2640
  • Novato Human Needs Center 415-897-4147
  • Salvation Army, San Rafel 415-459-4520
  • San Geronimo Valley Community Center 415-488-8888 Extension 254

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church:

  • Marin City 415-332-1011
  • West Marin Resource Community Resource Center 415-663-8361

Marin Mental Health Plan (MMHP)

The MMHP can provide information, referral and assesment for outpatient sergices for adults and children.

Call toll free 1 (888) 818-1115


Emergency Shelters

Shelters for homeless men, women, children, and families in Marin County:

Mill Street Center

190 Mill Street, San Rafael

Type of shelter: 55 beds, year round night-to-night stays, must leave during daytime hours.

How to access: Individuals already admitted must call daily after 10:30 am to reserve a bed; can also call again at 6:10 to see if there are any no-shows.

New callers must call at 8:00 am.

Fees: Contribution $3.00 per night or $7.00 per night if approved for a week stay.

Phone: 415-457-9651 or 1-800-428-1488

 

Family Emergency Center

737 E. Francisco Blvd., #191, San Rafael

Type of shelter: Short-term housing for 14 families in a local motel up to 6 months maximum stay.

How to access: Must call to be placed on waitlist;call in each week to check on the status.

Fees: $180 per month savings program

Phone: 415-454-7418

 

Center for Domestic Peace

(address confidential)

Type of Shelter: Housing for victims of Domestic Violence

How to access: Call for screening interview

Fees: None

Phone: 415 924-6616 (English); 415-924-3456 (Spanish); 415-924-1070 (Men)


 

Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity 415-381-7173 Assistance for homeless and at-risk youth and young adults ages 16-25

 Buckelew Programs 415-457-6964 Mental, emotional, behavioral health and addiction services. Crisis residential program for 18+

 Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) 888-818-1115 Division of Health and Human Services. Early intervention, suicide prevention, and crisis services, and substance use services.

 Bay Area Community Resources 415-444-5580 Brief substance abuse intervention for youth age 13-18. Long term (6 months) family therapy for youth on probation.

 Beyond Hunger 415-459 -2270 Support groups for youth and adults with disordered eating and body hatred. Peer Education Program trains peer educators (ages 15 - 22)

 

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  • Marin City 415-332-1011)
  • West Marin Community Resource Center 415-663-8361)
  • Assistance for homeless and at-risk youth and young adults ages 16-25.
  • Mental, emotional, behavioral health and addiction services.
  • Crisis residential program for 18+.
  • Division of Health and Human Services.
  • Early intervention, suicide prevention, and crisis services, and substance use services.
  • Brief substance abuse intervention for youth age 13-18.
  • Long term (6 months) family therapy for youth on probation.
  • Support groups for youth and adults with disordered eating and body hatred.
  • Peer Education Program trains peer educators (ages 15-22).
  • Therapy services for adolescents, adults, and groups.
  • Comprehensive outpatient eating disorder treatment and prevention.
  • Support and skills group for teens and parents.

Children and Youth Medication Clinic 415-473-6724

  • Clinic with psychiatrists and Spanish speaking practitioners.
  • Assessments, prescriptions, and on-going medication support.

Crisis Stabilization Unit for Marin 415-473-6666

  • Emergency services for a mental health crisis. Part of Marin General Hospital.

 Community Institute for Psychotherapy 415-459-5999

  • Short and long-term counseling and talk therapy for individuals, couples and families.

 Canal Welcome Center 415-526 -2486

  • Provides mentors for a group of youth age 14-21 at risk of involvement.

 Center for Domestic Peace 415-457-2464

  • Relationship abuse advocacy, education on warning signs of unhealthy relationships, risk assessment, safety planning, support groups, and legal advocacy for youth ages 13-24.
  • 24-hour hotline and emergency shelter.

 Coastal Health Alliance 415-663-8666

  • Physical health, dental and mental health services.

 Community Action Marin - Enterprise Resource Center 415-526-7500 or 415-721-2232

  • Provides an array of mental health, safety net, and economic development services for low-income residents.

Huckleberry Youth Programs 415-258-4944

  • Short term (under one year) individual, group and family counseling for youth ages 12-25.
  • Intervention and outpatient substance abuse treatment for youth and young adults ages 12-21.

 Jewish Family and Children's Services 415-419-3662

  • Individual therapy for children and adolescents ages 0-18, family therapy, and parent coaching.

 Kaiser

  • Physical, mental health, substance use, and wellness services for individuals and families with Kaiser coverage.

Marin City Health and Wellness Center 415-339-8813

  • Physical health, mental health, and substance use services.

 Marin Community Clinics 415-448- 1500

  • Physical health, mental health, and substance use services.

 Marin County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services 888-818- 1115

  • Range of outpatient services for individuals with Medi-Cal or uninsured individuals who meet medical eligibility requirements.

 Marin County Youth Court 415-459-4875

  • Peer restorative justice adjudication of juvenile misdemeanors.
  • Safety skills and harm reduction training.

 NAMI Marin 415-444-0480

  • Helpline offers support, information, and resources from 1-3pm Monday -Friday.
  • Support meetings for family members of those living with a mental illness.

 Novato Teen Clinic 415-985-5012

  • Drop-in counseling 1:30pm-5pm on Wednesdays.
  • Confidential services in English and Spanish.
  • Behavioral health care by North Marin Community Services.

 Novato Human Needs Center 415-897-4147

  • Provides an array of services for low-income children, adults and seniors who are facing financial hardships and need information, resources and guidance.

 Novato Youth Center 415-892-1643

  • Short term (under one year) individual, group, couple and family counseling for all ages.
  • Brief intervention for substance-using adolescents.

 Planned Parenthood 415-459-4907

  • Counseling services for all individuals.

 Project Avary 415-457-8799

  • Offers long-term support, resources, guidance, and training for children with incarcerated parents.

Ritter Center 415-457-8182

  • Physical health, mental health, and substance use services for homeless and low-income individuals and families.

 SPAHR Center 415-457-2487

  • Resources for LGBTQ+ community in Marin. Information and referrals, education, direct care, mental health counseling, and support groups.

 Side-by-Side, formerly Sunny Hills Services 415-870-9298

  • Mental health services for youth ages 16-25.
  • Youth community space and community counseling programs.

 Saint Vincent de Paul 415-454 -3303

  • Provides meals, assistance to obtain housing, and assistance to maintain housing in a period of crisis.

 San Rafael Police Youth Services Bureau 415-485-3025

  • Youth diversion for juvenile first-offenders, in-school therapy services for middle and high school age juveniles, and short and long-term individual, couples and family counseling for those who live/work/attend school in San Rafael.

 Seneca Family of Agencies 415-482-6182

  • Provides school-based mental health and special education services for students from low-income communities, students of color, and students enrolled in special education programs.

 Spirit Rock 415-488-0164

  • Youth meditation and mindfulness programs.

 Sunny Hills Services 415-870-9298

  • Mental health services and independent living skills for 16-25.

 You Thrive 707-569-0877 (extension: 24)

  • Gang prevention for youth ages 11-18, including skill development, teen groups, and recreational activities.

 Young Moms Marin https://stpaulssanrafael.org/young-moms-marin/

  • A support group for young moms in Marin.