Mental Health

Co-occurring Mental Health & Substance Use TreatmentWebsite24-Hour Crisis Hot LinesNotesReferral Process
Al-Anon Family Group & Alateen Distgrict 16, Tr-Valleyalanontrivalley.orgNational Suicide Prevention lifeline (800) 273-TALK (8255)Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Al-Anon in-person meetings remain suspended until further notice. Please click Online Meetings for current meeting information. If a meeting returns to an “in-person” format, it will be noted as a “physical meeting”.How Do I Get Started?
We, Al-Anon and Alateen members, found it helpful to:
Find a convenient meeting.
Go to meetings. We suggest that you attend at least six meetings before making any decisions concerning the program. We also urge you to listen with an open mind; take what you like and leave the rest. If a meeting seems not for you, try other meetings – the focus and format is different from meeting to meeting.
Talk to other members before or after the meeting. Your anonymity will be protected.
Exchange phone numbers.
Read Al-Anon and/or Alateen books and pamphlets.
Here is an online Newcomer’s packet.
If you still have questions, feel free to ask people at meetings. We offer our friendship and our understanding. Please keep coming back. Believe us when we say, “It works if you work it”.
Alcoholics (AA) Valley Service Centertrivalleyaa.org925-829-0666 Hotline is open 24 hours 7 days week!There are meetings every day, early morning, lunch time, early evening, and late evening, in the TriValley.

VSC Office is Closed until future notice due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
Monday 5pm-7:30pm
(1st Monday 5pm-7pm)
Wednesday 6pm-8pm
Saturday 10:30am-2:30pm
Call or visit the website to see the calendar of events
Alcoholics (AA) Valley Service Centertrivalleyaa.org  Call or visit the website to see the calendar of events
Axis Community Health Addiction Counsellingaxishealth.orgIf you have an urgent behavioral health need when our office is closed, please dial 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Link at (800) 309-2131.

24-Hour Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255

24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233

California Youth Crisis Line
Call or Text 1-800-843-5200
AXIS IS OPEN WITH IN-PERSON AND TELEHEALTH VISIT OPTIONS
OUR SERVICES

We offer counseling services for individuals, couples, and family therapy.

If you are interested in receiving healthcare services at Axis Community Health, please call us at 925-462-1755 to schedule an appointment. Appointments are scheduled by Cindy Nava or Ebony, Intergrated BH Care Coordinators.

Information about Behavioral Health, Covid tests and vaccinations, WIC and Breastfeeding is also available. English and Spanish translation is availble

If you are interested in receiving healthcare services at Axis Community Health, please call us at 925-462-1755 to schedule an appointment. Information about Behavioral Health, Covid tests and vaccinations, WIC and Breastfeeding is also available. English and Spanish translation is availble

Fees are determined on a sliding scale based on your income and family size. Many insurance plans, including Medi-Cal, are accepted.
Our services are confidential. No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay.
Axis Community Health is an accredited provider of mental health counseling services for adults, children and teens.
Axis Community Health Addiction Counselling
Counseling Services
axishealth.orgIf you have an urgent behavioral health need when our office is closed, please dial 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Link at (800) 309-2131.

24-Hour Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255

24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233

California Youth Crisis Line
Call or Text 1-800-843-5200
Axis believes in prevention and screening, that’s why we screen for depression, anxiety, and substance abuse disorders throughout the organization. We provide treatment for a variety of struggles, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance use disorders, relationship conflict, and many others through both individual and group treatment. Drug testing and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) are also available for those who are receiving substance use disorder treatment. Our team utilizes a variety of approaches to assist you in living your best life. Some of these treatments may include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). We offer day and evening appointments are available. We are currently offering telehealth services as well as a no-contact appointment room for those who lack access to telehealth technology.Fees are determined on a sliding scale based on your income and family size. Many insurance plans, including Medi-Cal, are accepted. Our services are confidential. No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay.
Axis Community Health is an accredited provider of mental health counseling services for adults, children and teens.

APPOINTMENTS
Counseling services are by appointment only Monday through Saturday. Call 925-462-1755. Evening appointments are also available.

FEES
We accept Medicare, Medi-Cal, and many public insurance plans. Some services are available on a sliding scale based on income and family size.

If you do not have insurance or the resources to pay for your services, we will work with you to make sure you get the care you need.No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. Call 925-462-1755 to schedule an appointment.
Axis Community Health Addiction Counselling
Addiction Counseling
axishealth.orgIf you have an urgent behavioral health need when our office is closed, please dial 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Link at (800) 309-2131.

24-Hour Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255

24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233

California Youth Crisis Line
Call or Text 1-800-843-5200
Axis believes in prevention and screening, that’s why we screen for depression, anxiety, and substance abuse disorders throughout the organization.

We provide treatment for a variety of struggles, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance use disorders, relationship conflict, and many others through both individual and group treatment.

Drug testing and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) are also available for those who are receiving substance use disorder treatment.

Our team utilizes a variety of approaches to assist you in living your best life. Some of these treatments may include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Fees are determined on a sliding scale based on your income and family size. Many insurance plans, including Medi-Cal, are accepted.Our services are confidential. No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay.
Axis Community Health is an accredited provider of mental health counseling services for adults, children and teens.

APPOINTMENTS
Counseling services are by appointment only Monday through Saturday. Call 925-462-1755. Evening appointments are also available.

FEES
We accept Medicare, Medi-Cal, and many public insurance plans. Some services are available on a sliding scale based on income and family size.

If you do not have insurance or the resources to pay for your services, we will work with you to make sure you get the care you need.No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. Call 925-462-1755 to schedule an appointment.
Axis Community Health Addiction Counselling
Community Based Counseling
axishealth.orgIf you have an urgent behavioral health need when our office is closed, please dial 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Link at (800) 309-2131.

24-Hour Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255

24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233

California Youth Crisis Line
Call or Text 1-800-843-5200
Axis Community Health provides on-site counseling services in many schools in the Tri-Valley community. Our counselors provide support for students and families who are struggling with a variety of issues. These services are offered in collaboration with school districts and individual schools.APPOINTMENTS
School-based Services are by referral only.

FEES
School-based Services are provided to students and their families at no charge.
Axis Community Health Addiction Counselling
Bridge – Mental Health Urgent Care
axishealth.orgIf you have an urgent behavioral health need when our office is closed, please dial 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Link at (800) 309-2131.

24-Hour Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255

24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-7233

California Youth Crisis Line
Call or Text 1-800-843-5200
What is Axis Bridge?

Axis Bridge is an innovative mental health urgent care service that will provide rapid access to mental health treatment.

Who can use Axis Bridge?

The service will be available for residents of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton regardless of insurance type or lack of insurance. The program offers services for individuals, families and anyone who is impacted by mental health concerns.

How much does this service cost?

Axis Bridge services will be free to residents of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton.

Who are the care providers and what is offered?

The Axis Bridge care team will include a licensed therapist, a care coordinator and a psychiatrist (for adult patients). Individuals and/or their families will receive:

Timely access to immediate, short-term treatment
Guidance in navigating the mental health treatment system
Assistance and support in locating longer-term treatment
Help in preventing an escalation of symptoms

How will services be accessed?

When Axis Bridge opens in July, services will be provided via telehealth. In-person services will be offered as soon as COVID-19 health emergency conditions permit. A direct phone number for Axis Bridge will be available beginning July 1 to access services.

Axis Bridge project support:

Axis Bridge services are made possible by generous support from the Cities of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton and Alameda County Behavioral Health Services.

Does Axis offer mental health services now?

Axis presently offers regular counseling services for individuals, couples, and families. Additional information can be found HERE.
We offer counseling services for individuals, couples, and family therapy.

Call 925-462-1755 and make an appointment.

We offer day and evening appointments are available. We are currently offering telehealth services as well as a no-contact appointment room for those who lack access to telehealth technology.
Axis Community Health DUI First Offender Programhttps://www.1degree.org/opp/take-a-court-ordered-dui-course-axis-community-health-pleasanton-ca#:~:text=Axis%20Community%20Health%20offers%20court,varies%20with%20type%20of%20program. Axis Community Health offers court ordered DUI courses for first offenders age 18 and older. The program consists of education classes and group counseling. Sessions are two hours once a week. Fee varies with type of program.Axis Community Health offers court ordered DUI courses for first offenders age 18 and older. The program consists of education classes and group counseling. Sessions are two hours once a week. Fee varies with type of program. Registration is required. Call 925-462-1755 for appointment times.

AVAILABLE
Monday 8:30 am – 5 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am – 9 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am – 5 pm
Thursday 8:30 am – 9 pm
Friday 8:30 am – 5 pm
Saturday 8:45 am – 1 pm
Alameda Tri-Area of Narcotics Anonymous Automated Helpline (510) 444-4673 naalamedacounty.org 925-829-0666
Hotline is open 24 hours 7 days week!
ADA ACCESSIBLE
Yes
COST OR FEES
12-Hour Program: $236.50. 30-Hour Program: $500.50. 45-Hour Program: $720.50. 60-Hour Program: $1,270 (Fees are subject to change) Insurance will not cover these fees but payment plans are available.
AGE
18 +
COUNTIES SERVED
Alameda
 
National Council on Alcoholism & other Drug Addictions (925) 932-8100 adaccc.com    
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Oakland Mental Health & Substance Abuse Clinic 525 21st St Oakland Ca (510) 587-3400    
Diablo Valley Drug and Alcohol Services 100 Park Pl, Ste 120 San Ramon, Ca 94583 (925) 289-1430 diablovalleytreatment.com    
Horizon Services:horizonservices.org Call the facility of choice directly and or contact Central Point Referral Service at 844-682-7215 as each program has their own requirements. Facility Hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Alchol, drug use and mental health for Alameda County, Santa Clara and San Mateo County. Medical is needed for bill for residential treament facilities. Detox at Cherry Hill for 72 hours before entering the residiential facilities. All facilities service people with co-occuring mental health and addiction combined.How do I get started? A simple phone call is all it takes to get started. Our professionals are standing ready to support you from there. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call us. Call the facility of choice directly and or contact Central Point Referral Service at 844-682-7215 as each program has their own requirements. Facility Hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Alchol, drug use and mental health for Alameda County, Santa Clara and San Mateo County. Medical is needed for bill for residential treament facilities. Detox at Cherry Hill for 72 hours before entering the residiential facilities. All facilities service people with co-occuring mental health and addiction combined.

Can someone else call for me? Many times family members will call and ask about our programs. We are always happy to give them an overview. However, it is up to you to make the call to enter a program. No one can do it for you. It is up to you to take the steps necessary to participate in your future.

You can always feel safe knowing that we employ the latest types of treatment with the highest level of respect for individual needs. All participants in our programs are treated with dignity and understanding.

Which program is best for me? We offer many programs for different needs and preferences. When you take the first step and call us, our professional staff will be able to guide you through the process of entering the program you are interested in.



Call us to learn how to get started on the path to recovery.
Project Eden_Youth and Family Services (Valerie, Outreach Counselor)horizonservices.org Youth and Family Services Substance Use Prevention, LGBTQ+, and Outpatient Treatment Problems.This service is good for working people needed services of counsel, treatment plans, CBT, MI, Relapse, AAA referrals, and connection with sponsors. Age 13 to 18 or over if they have been with the program for a while.How do I get started? A simple phone call is all it takes to get started. Our professionals are standing ready to support you from there. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call us. Call the facility of choice directly and or contact Central Point Referral Service at 844-682-7215 as each program has their own requirements. Facility Hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Alchol, drug use and mental health for Alameda County, Santa Clara and San Mateo County. Medical is needed for bill for residential treament facilities. Detox at Cherry Hill for 72 hours before entering the residiential facilities. All facilities service people with co-occuring mental health and addiction combined.

Age 13 to 18 or over if they have been with the program for a while.

Can someone else call for me? Many times family members will call and ask about our programs. We are always happy to give them an overview. However, it is up to you to make the call to enter a program. No one can do it for you. It is up to you to take the steps necessary to participate in your future.

You can always feel safe knowing that we employ the latest types of treatment with the highest level of respect for individual needs. All participants in our programs are treated with dignity and understanding.

Which program is best for me? We offer many programs for different needs and preferences. When you take the first step and call us, our professional staff will be able to guide you through the process of entering the program you are interested in.

​Call us to learn how to get started on the path to recovery.
Project Eden_ Adult Outpatient Services (Diana Espinoza, Case Manager)horizonservices.org Adult Outpatient services, substance use and co-occurring services. This service is good for working people needed services of counsel, treatment plans, CBT, MI, Relapse, AAA referrals, and connection with sponsors.How do I get started? A simple phone call is all it takes to get started. Our professionals are standing ready to support you from there. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call us. Call the facility of choice directly and or contact Center Point Referral Service at 844-682-7215 as each program has their own requirements. Facility Hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Alchol, drug use and mental health for Alameda County, Santa Clara and San Mateo County. Medical is needed for bill for residential treament facilities. Clients will not be turned away.

Detox at Cherry Hill for 72 hours before entering the residiential facilities. All facilities service people with co-occuring mental health and addiction combined.

Call if there is a waitlist no intake will be conducted yet.

Intake/Assessment 2 hours (currently 10ppl on the waitlist) some ppl may drop off the list

12 week program with possilbe extensions
There is also after treatment care “Recovery Support Services).

Medical FREE Service / Non medical sliding scale pay

Must ware a mask, covid screening done, no Vaccination necessary.

2 hour groups online session zoom (not in person right now)
Individual counsel in person
Weeekly drug /alchol testing
Required to attend outside self help groups online or in person (referals available) AA, NA, Celebrate Recovery. Life Ring)

Can someone else call for me? Many times family members will call and ask about our programs. We are always happy to give them an overview. However, it is up to you to make the call to enter a program. No one can do it for you. It is up to you to take the steps necessary to participate in your future.

You can always feel safe knowing that we employ the latest types of treatment with the highest level of respect for individual needs. All participants in our programs are treated with dignity and understanding.

Which program is best for me? We offer many programs for different needs and preferences. When you take the first step and call us, our professional staff will be able to guide you through the process of entering the program you are interested in.

​Call us to learn how to get started on the path to recovery.
Cherry Hill  Detox and Sobering Station
Alameda County
This is a co-ed facility

The Cherry Hill Detoxification Services Program consists of two complimentary components and are located on the Fairmont Hospital grounds.

Cherry Hill’s Sobering Unit is a 50 bed, co-ed facility, staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Our sobering Unit was specifically designed to assist those needing immediate sobering services for a briefer visit of 23 hours or less. At our sobering Unit we have a central telephone screening process for both detoxification and sobering services. The central telephone screening process is designed to allow trained staff to assess appropriate placement of individuals to sobering or detox services.

Cherry Hill’s Detox Unit is a Social Model 32 bed residential program serving men and women who are withdrawing from the effects of alcohol or drug use. Clients are constantly monitored by trained staff and are referred for medical or psychiatric services as needed. Approximately 50% of Cherry Hill’s clients have co-occurring mental illness. In addition to ensuring the client’s safe withdrawal our staff will work with each client to assess the clients needs and goals. The client is then referred to the appropriate level of treatment and supportive services which may include, housing, medical or psychiatric services, job training, etc. The average stay is from 4 to 6 days.

Cherry Hill Detoxification Services Program is specifically designed to meet the needs of Alameda County Communities, including Law Enforcement, Hospital Emergency Departments, Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs, Medical/Psychiatric clinics, Community CBO’s and individual community members.

Cherry Hill Detoxification Services Program has a toll free telephone number 1-866-866-7496 and can be called 24 hours a day for assessment to our services, crisis support and telephone referral services.
How do I get started? A simple phone call is all it takes to get started. Our professionals are standing ready to support you from there. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call us. Call the facility of choice directly and or contact Central Point Referral Service at 844-682-7215 as each program has their own requirements. Facility Hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Alchol, drug use and mental health for Alameda County, Santa Clara and San Mateo County. Medical is needed for bill for residential treament facilities. Detox at Cherry Hill for 72 hours before entering the residiential facilities. All facilities service people with co-occuring mental health and addiction combined.

Can someone else call for me? Many times family members will call and ask about our programs. We are always happy to give them an overview. However, it is up to you to make the call to enter a program. No one can do it for you. It is up to you to take the steps necessary to participate in your future.

You can always feel safe knowing that we employ the latest types of treatment with the highest level of respect for individual needs. All participants in our programs are treated with dignity and understanding.

Which program is best for me? We offer many programs for different needs and preferences. When you take the first step and call us, our professional staff will be able to guide you through the process of entering the program you are interested in.



Call us to learn how to get started on the path to recovery.
Cronin House  Residential Primary Care Program Recovery from alcohol or other drug addiction. 30 to 60 days with possible additional 30 day extension upon approval. Need Medical to bill plus 72 hour detox at Cherry Hill.
Oakland, Alameda County | Hayward facility reopens in May 2022
Mens only facility
How do I get started? A simple phone call is all it takes to get started. Our professionals are standing ready to support you from there. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call us. Call the facility of choice directly and or contact Central Point Referral Service at 844-682-7215 as each program has their own requirements. Facility Hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Alchol, drug use and mental health for Alameda County, Santa Clara and San Mateo County. Medical is needed for bill for residential treament facilities. Detox at Cherry Hill for 72 hours before entering the residiential facilities. All facilities service people with co-occuring mental health and addiction combined.

Can someone else call for me? Many times family members will call and ask about our programs. We are always happy to give them an overview. However, it is up to you to make the call to enter a program. No one can do it for you. It is up to you to take the steps necessary to participate in your future.

You can always feel safe knowing that we employ the latest types of treatment with the highest level of respect for individual needs. All participants in our programs are treated with dignity and understanding.

Which program is best for me? We offer many programs for different needs and preferences. When you take the first step and call us, our professional staff will be able to guide you through the process of entering the program you are interested in.



Call us to learn how to get started on the path to recovery.
Chrysalis  Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Recovery for women 18 and older. Need Medical to bill plus 72 hour detox at Cherry Hill.
Alameda County
Women only facility
How do I get started? A simple phone call is all it takes to get started. Our professionals are standing ready to support you from there. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call us. Call the facility of choice directly and or contact Central Point Referral Service at 844-682-7215 as each program has their own requirements. Facility Hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Alchol, drug use and mental health for Alameda County, Santa Clara and San Mateo County. Medical is needed for bill for residential treament facilities. Detox at Cherry Hill for 72 hours before entering the residiential facilities. All facilities service people with co-occuring mental health and addiction combined.

Can someone else call for me? Many times family members will call and ask about our programs. We are always happy to give them an overview. However, it is up to you to make the call to enter a program. No one can do it for you. It is up to you to take the steps necessary to participate in your future.

You can always feel safe knowing that we employ the latest types of treatment with the highest level of respect for individual needs. All participants in our programs are treated with dignity and understanding.

Which program is best for me? We offer many programs for different needs and preferences. When you take the first step and call us, our professional staff will be able to guide you through the process of entering the program you are interested in.



Call us to learn how to get started on the path to recovery.
Mission Street Sobering Center (MSSC)  MSSC is designed in partnership with Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Department to assist those who are in need of immediate sobering services from alcohol or other illicit substances of abuse.
Santa Clara County
How do I get started? A simple phone call is all it takes to get started. Our professionals are standing ready to support you from there. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call us. Call the facility of choice directly and or contact Central Point Referral Service at 844-682-7215 as each program has their own requirements. Facility Hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Alchol, drug use and mental health for Alameda County, Santa Clara and San Mateo County. Medical is needed for bill for residential treament facilities. Detox at Cherry Hill for 72 hours before entering the residiential facilities. All facilities service people with co-occuring mental health and addiction combined.

Can someone else call for me? Many times family members will call and ask about our programs. We are always happy to give them an overview. However, it is up to you to make the call to enter a program. No one can do it for you. It is up to you to take the steps necessary to participate in your future.

You can always feel safe knowing that we employ the latest types of treatment with the highest level of respect for individual needs. All participants in our programs are treated with dignity and understanding.

Which program is best for me? We offer many programs for different needs and preferences. When you take the first step and call us, our professional staff will be able to guide you through the process of entering the program you are interested in.



Call us to learn how to get started on the path to recovery.
Palm Avenue  Detoxification Programs co-occurring
Substance use and mental health disorders
San Mateo County
This is a co-ed facility
How do I get started? A simple phone call is all it takes to get started. Our professionals are standing ready to support you from there. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call us. Call the facility of choice directly and or contact Central Point Referral Service at 844-682-7215 as each program has their own requirements. Facility Hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm. Alchol, drug use and mental health for Alameda County, Santa Clara and San Mateo County. Medical is needed for bill for residential treament facilities. Detox at Cherry Hill for 72 hours before entering the residiential facilities. All facilities service people with co-occuring mental health and addiction combined.

Can someone else call for me? Many times family members will call and ask about our programs. We are always happy to give them an overview. However, it is up to you to make the call to enter a program. No one can do it for you. It is up to you to take the steps necessary to participate in your future.

You can always feel safe knowing that we employ the latest types of treatment with the highest level of respect for individual needs. All participants in our programs are treated with dignity and understanding.

Which program is best for me? We offer many programs for different needs and preferences. When you take the first step and call us, our professional staff will be able to guide you through the process of entering the program you are interested in.



Call us to learn how to get started on the path to recovery.
Newport Academynewportacademy.com   
Newport Institute 37455 Palamares Rd Castro Valley Ca 94552 newportacademy.com 877-820-6371    
Wellness Retreat Recovery Center 10615 Crothers Rd San Jose Ca 95127 wellnessretreatrecovery.com 855-762-3797    
Solidarity Fellowhsip Inc Alameda House    
Santa Clara Cnty Dept of Alc/Drug Serv Alexian Health Clinic 2101 Alexian Dr Stes A & B San Jose Ca 95116 www.sccgov.org/sites/bhd/pages/home.aspx 408-272-6577    
Second Chance Hayward Recovery Centerhttp://www.secondchanceinc.com/510-792-HELP (4357)At Second Chance, there’s a lot you can do.
You can come in and talk with us about it. You can ask any questions you have about drugs, alcohol, addiction, recovery or treatment services.

If you want, you can be informally assessed for a drug or alcohol problem.

We can walk you through a typical treatment plan, showing you how we work with you to figure out what kind and amount of treatment might best fit your needs.

If you’d like, you can talk with some current participants and hear their experience.

You can attend our clean and sober social functions, such as our potluck luncheons and Family Nights, to get a different “feel” for what recovering life looks like.

Below is a list of groups to help participants address special issues that may add challenges to recovering from a Substance Use Disorder:

Individual Services: intake assessment, treatment planning, individual counseling, and case management.

Group Services ~ Skills Building:
relapse prevention, coping skills, stress management, barriers, triggers, assertiveness training, and co-dependency
Group Services ~ Special Populations:
PTSD, Mens group, spanish group, grief support, non-smoking support and womens group.

Phoenix Women’s Recovery Program:
The Phoenix program is for women who feel more comfortable in an all-female setting. Like our other programs, Phoenix offers: Intake/Assessment, Treatment Planning, One-to-one Counseling, Group Support, Case Management. Additionally, Phoenix provides information and other help for: Women’s Issues, Pregnancy and Child Nurturing, Transportation to services, Hook-ups with Outside Community Services, Stress Reduction, Co-Occurring Issues, and Anger Management.

Interactive Journaling: is a structured way of helping you to get clear about what changes you need to make,
Make a commitment to change, Follow through with a plan that will bring results, and Hold onto the progress you’ve made.

Social Model Service: These diversion programs all have a set number of sessions and are a mix of education and discussion. Unlike Second Chance treatment services, diversion classes are paid for by client fees. These are figured using a generous sliding scale: First Offender Driving Under the Influence, Domestic Non-Violence Support (for the perpetrator), Anger Management
Kids Deserve Better (Parenting), PC1000 Drug Diversion
These programs are by Court, Probation or Children’s Protective Service referral only.

Court Ordered Programs:

Court Services: Second Chance has a Court Services Coordinator who handles these folks, accepting referrals, arranging for intake/assessments, plugging them into appropriate treatment, and seeing that necessary progress reports are routed to the correct Court Departments.

If you are sent from a Court—other than for diversion services like DUI or PC1000 Drug Diversion—you can call our regular number [(510) 792-4357] and ask to speak to the Court Services Coordinator.

Drug Testing:


If you think of something you forgot to ask, you can call us back 24/7 to talk more.
Second Chance has no waiting period for outpatient services. So anyone who has decided they are ready to address their substance abuse problem can come into our centers and start treatment that same day.
Second Chance Inc Tri Cities Centerhttp://www.secondchanceinc.com/510-792-HELP (4357)At Second Chance, there’s a lot you can do.
You can come in and talk with us about it. You can ask any questions you have about drugs, alcohol, addiction, recovery or treatment services.

If you want, you can be informally assessed for a drug or alcohol problem.

We can walk you through a typical treatment plan, showing you how we work with you to figure out what kind and amount of treatment might best fit your needs.

If you’d like, you can talk with some current participants and hear their experience.

You can attend our clean and sober social functions, such as our potluck luncheons and Family Nights, to get a different “feel” for what recovering life looks like.

Below is a list of groups to help participants address special issues that may add challenges to recovering from a Substance Use Disorder:

Individual Services: intake assessment, treatment planning, individual counseling, and case management.

Group Services ~ Skills Building:
relapse prevention, coping skills, stress management, barriers, triggers, assertiveness training, and co-dependency
Group Services ~ Special Populations:
PTSD, Mens group, spanish group, grief support, non-smoking support and womens group.

Phoenix Women’s Recovery Program:
The Phoenix program is for women who feel more comfortable in an all-female setting. Like our other programs, Phoenix offers: Intake/Assessment, Treatment Planning, One-to-one Counseling, Group Support, Case Management. Additionally, Phoenix provides information and other help for: Women’s Issues, Pregnancy and Child Nurturing, Transportation to services, Hook-ups with Outside Community Services, Stress Reduction, Co-Occurring Issues, and Anger Management.

Interactive Journaling: is a structured way of helping you to get clear about what changes you need to make,
Make a commitment to change, Follow through with a plan that will bring results, and Hold onto the progress you’ve made.

Social Model Service: These diversion programs all have a set number of sessions and are a mix of education and discussion. Unlike Second Chance treatment services, diversion classes are paid for by client fees. These are figured using a generous sliding scale: First Offender Driving Under the Influence, Domestic Non-Violence Support (for the perpetrator), Anger Management
Kids Deserve Better (Parenting), PC1000 Drug Diversion
These programs are by Court, Probation or Children’s Protective Service referral only.

Court Ordered Programs:

Court Services: Second Chance has a Court Services Coordinator who handles these folks, accepting referrals, arranging for intake/assessments, plugging them into appropriate treatment, and seeing that necessary progress reports are routed to the correct Court Departments.

If you are sent from a Court—other than for diversion services like DUI or PC1000 Drug Diversion—you can call our regular number [(510) 792-4357] and ask to speak to the Court Services Coordinator.

Drug Testing:


If you think of something you forgot to ask, you can call us back 24/7 to talk more.
Second Chance has no waiting period for outpatient services. So anyone who has decided they are ready to address their substance abuse problem can come into our centers and start treatment that same day.
SAMHSAhttps://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/SAMHSA’s National Helpline – 1-800-662-HELP (4357)  
Fred Finch Youth and Family Sevices Fred Finch Youth & Family Services offers unconditional care, support and opportunity to children, youth, young adults, and their families who face complex challenges from one or more of the following: mental or emotional impairment; developmental disability; trauma and abuse, some at a very young age; alcohol or other drug use; poverty; exclusion; discrimination and stigma.



Because each person has different needs and needs change over time, services are available in several configurations and many locations including residential treatment, public school, non-public school, homes, community settings, specialized independent and shared housing. All mental health, educational and social services are professional, culturally competent, innovative, individualized and based on the strengths, hopes and aspirations of each person and family. The goal is always to support the individual and family on their journey to a healthy, satisfying, productive life in the community.
 
Fred Finch Youth and Family Sevices
Training Department
   
Fred Finch Youth and Family Sevices
Therapeutic Behavioral Services for youth
 A short-term, intensive program that offers individualized 1:1 behavioral support in the community, as well as the home, for youth with unsafe and disruptive behaviors.

Interventions designed to prevent higher level placement or to help a participant step down to a lower level care.

Eligible participants are under 21 years of age and must qualify for full scope Medi-Cal in Alameda, San Mateo, and Santa Clara counties

Services are provided for approximately 6 to 9 months

TBS in Santa Clara is specialized for participants with intellectual disabilities
 
Fred Finch Youth and Family Sevices
Visiting Terapist for youth
 Provides weekly, trauma-focused psychotherapy to Alameda County dependent children and youth who have had trouble utilizing traditional office-based or clinic-based services.

Specialized to serve youth ages 3 to 21 involved in the juvenile justice or child welfare system

Ensures continuity of services, even if the participant moves to a different home or placement.

This program was designed to provide a stable, therapeutic relationship, despite any placement disruptions
 
Fred Finch Youth and Family Sevices
In Home Services for youth
 Short-term, intensive home-based therapeutic services for youth, ages 3 to 20 and their families

The program aims to prevent the need for placement of youth in group homes or higher-level facilities, preserving the family and home environment

These services are provided for wards of Alameda County Court who have full-scope Alameda County Medi-Cal and youth who have severe emotional disturbances and are either at-risk for psychiatric hospitalization or have recently been hospitalized.

Services are provided for a maximum of 6 months and are designed to increase the youth’s hope, resilience, and problem-solving capabilities.
 
Fred Finch Youth and Family Sevices
Various Program POCs
   
Fred Finch Youth and Family Sevices
Family Services
 Serving families with significant and complex needs including trauma, neglect, substance abuse, domestic violence, mental illness, developmental challenges, and poverty, Fred Finch has long held the belief that family-centered service results in the best outcomes for children and youth. Recognizing that families, whether traditional or fashioned by other choices, provide sustenance and permanence over a lifetime, Fred Finch works in a variety of settings to assist families in becoming self-sufficient and resilient. Whether in our specialized residential programs, community-based wraparound programs, or community-based mental health or parenting programs, services are designed to value the strengths of each family member and to move families to utilizing their own strengths and supports.

Eligibility
Children and youth up to 21 years of age with an active San Diego County Child Welfare Services (CWS) case (voluntary or court-involved) residing in an out-of-home placement and their families.

​CWS children/youth eligible for Enhanced Services.

​CWS/Probation involved children/youth up to 21 years of age identified as dual jurisdiction who are eligible for Enhanced Services.

​Children/youth up to 21 years of age in an active San Diego County Probation case residing in an out of home placement and their families.

​Probation youth up to 18 years of age, at risk of removal to foster care.

​Children/youth within the Behavioral Health Services CYF system of care who are included in the expansion of ICC and IHBS services, who are not involved in the child welfare system.
To make a referral to the Fred Finch CFT Program complete and email/fax THIS FORM to cftreferrals@fredfinch.org / Fax (858)335-3949.​

​BHS Providers – Find Instructions for completing a referral to the Fred Finch CFT Program HERE.

Program Senior Director: Laura McClarin

​Email: cftreferrals@fredfinch.org
Fred Finch Youth and Family Sevices
East Bay Wraparound
 The East Bay Wrap consists of 3 programs: San Mateo FSP – serves youth who live out of County but are dependents of San Mateo Court system. Youth are referred through San Mateo BHRS; Regional Center – program provides an array of support and assistance for youth with Intellectual Disabilities and their families. Referrals are made through the youth’s Regional Center of the East Bay Case Manager. The Alameda County FSP – serves youth aged 8-18 who have had significant mental health or school difficulties. Youth are not connected to child welfare or probation systems. Alameda County referrals are made through ACCESS.

East Bay Wrap provides an array of clinical and non-clinical services in order to promote wellness, resilience and stability in the youth’s placement. Services include safety planning, behavioral intervention, family and individual coaching. The program provides resource linkage to natural and community-based supports, and assessment of family/youth needs in such areas as housing, vocational training, and education. Services are provided directly or engaged by program staff rather than brokered, as in a traditional case-management model. A central part of these services is the establishment of the Child and Family Team (CFT) to help guide our services and set family priorities.
Eligibility

Each of the 3 programs in EBW program has different eligibility requirements. For Out of County San Mateo youth, contact BHRS; For Regional Center, Contact EBRC and for Alameda County, contact ACCESS. Or call the Program Director, Amy Greenberg at – 510-421-8430
Fred Finch Youth and Family Sevices agency trauma transformed trainers 
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ACCESS Mental Health Referrals (Counseling Services)http://www.acbhcs.org/Substance Use Treatment & Referral Helpline: 1-844-682-7215Per AB 1299, please contact the BHCS ACCESS Program for foster children/young adults placed in Alameda County who need Specialty Mental Health Services. Phone: 800-491-9099; Fax: 510-346-1083. Alameda County Mental Health Specialty Services (MHS) Provider Directory on the G:drive under Mental Health for Alameda County.Medical number needed to verify insurance, social security number, current symptons are necessary to determine level of care. Screening will be processed by a licensed clinician and then a referral will be generated within 1 to 2 days. The clinican then will call the client/advocate to shre the referral. The client and or clients advocate will then contact the clinic directly to make an appointment. Private Insurance carries are directed to their private insurance carriers. If the client does not have medical insurance, they will be directed to sliding scale sources of therapy.
Alameda Family Services (Counseling Services)
    
Asian Health Services (Counseling Services)    
CARE Program (Counseling Services for children)
    
Center for Non-abusive relationships (Counseling Services)
    
Community Health for Asian Americans (Counseling Services)
    
Earth Circles Counseling Center (Counseling Services)
    
Family Paths (Counseling Services)https://familypaths.org/who-are-we/about-us/1-800-829-3777 for parents and care givers between the hours of 9am to 8pm for referrel/appointments. Spanish and CantoneseOur Parenting Stress Helpline provides free and confidential counseling, information to anyone in need of parenting support and access to nearly 900 community resources from our vast database. You have access to caring treatment specialists for one time anonymous calls or regular call backs to support you with your particular parenting or family concerns, refer you to Family Paths’ services, or provide other Alameda County resources. We’re here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Treatment for Adults and Couples within a parenting role whether its full time or parttime and even the parents children have been removed fromt he home (trying to reunify with child)ren) and or visiting:
Current or previous violence in a partner relationship
Experienced a life threatening event
Being a victim of a crime
Experienced past abuse (sexual or physical)
Impact of going through a divorce
Family instability/parenting challenges
Recent loss/grief
Finding yourself more aggressive or self-destructive
Finding yourself isolated from friends
Having problems holding down a job
Signs of depression or irritability
Signs of excessive anxiety or worry


Treatment for Children and Families:
Witness to violence (either in the home or the community)
Experienced a life threatening event
Being a victim of a crime
Experienced abuse (sexual or physical)
History of neglect
Loss of a parent
Impact of divorce
Increased anger/tantrums
Difficulty making or keeping friends
Behavioral challenges at school, daycare or home
Signs of depression or irritability
Signs of excessive anxiety or worry
Age range: We work with children ages 3 and up

TRANSLATION SERVICES AVAILABLE
To support our callers and clients for whom English is not their primary language, the Parenting Stress Helpline, as well as clinicians, can easily access a translation service via the phone 24-hours per day, 7 days per week. The phone translation service provides translation in over 400 languages.
Access to our services is via our Parenting Stress Helpline by calling 1-800-829-3777. Note: Referrals/requests for service are not accepted via email. Treatment for Adults and Couples within a parenting role whether its full time or parttime and even the parents children have been removed fromt he home (trying to reunify with child)ren) and or visiting:

Payment Options:
Sliding scale based on family income; Full-Scope Alameda County Medi-Cal, approved Victims of Crime funding

Additional qualifications may apply. Please call our Parenting Stress Helpline at 800-829-3777 for more information.

To make a payment online: Family Paths Client Payment Form
Family Paths (Counseling Services)https://familypaths.org?1-800-829-3777 for parents and care givers between the hours of 9am to 8pm for referrel/appointments. Spanish and CantoneseAn initial phone screening will determine which service is a best match for you. If Family Paths cannot meet your need, you will be offered additional referrals in the community. Once referred to Family Paths for therapy, you will be assigned to a therapist who will contact you to begin an assessment process that typically lasts up to 30 days. During that time, the therapist will meet with you, and your child if services are for them, to review history and any relevant information to determine if mental health services are appropriate. If you or your child does not meet the qualifications for mental health services, we will do our best to provide you with other resources in the community that might also meet you and your family’s needs.

Treatment for Adults and Couples within a parenting role whether its full time or parttime and even the parents children have been removed fromt he home (trying to reunify with child)ren) and or visiting:
Current or previous violence in a partner relationship
Experienced a life threatening event
Being a victim of a crime
Experienced past abuse (sexual or physical)
Impact of going through a divorce
Family instability/parenting challenges
Recent loss/grief
Finding yourself more aggressive or self-destructive
Finding yourself isolated from friends
Having problems holding down a job
Signs of depression or irritability
Signs of excessive anxiety or worry


Treatment for Children and Families:
Witness to violence (either in the home or the community)
Experienced a life threatening event
Being a victim of a crime
Experienced abuse (sexual or physical)
History of neglect
Loss of a parent
Impact of divorce
Increased anger/tantrums
Difficulty making or keeping friends
Behavioral challenges at school, daycare or home
Signs of depression or irritability
Signs of excessive anxiety or worry
Age range: We work with children ages 3 and up

Father workshops and parent workshops
Most services are offered in English and Spanish and Cantonese.

Family Paths does not engage in treatment services for the purpose of custody evaluations, mediating divorce/separation disputes or for the purpose of making recommendations regarding placement, custody or caregiver competency.

Family Paths is committed to recognizing and serving all families, including LGBTQIA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual), foster, relative caregivers, and adoptive families. Family Paths embraces the Alameda County Fathers Corps’ Father-Friendly Principles.
To request therapy services call our Parenting Stress Helpline at 800-829-3777 between 9am-5pm. Access to our services is via our Parenting Stress Helpline. Note: Referrals/requests for service are not accepted via email. Treatment for Adults and Couples within a parenting role whether its full time or parttime and even the parents children have been removed fromt he home (trying to reunify with child)ren) and or visiting:

Payment Options:
Sliding scale based on family income; Alameda Alliance Medi-Cal/Beacon (call for eligibility), approved Victims of Crime funding, CalWORKs (with authorization)

Additional qualifications may apply. Please call our Parenting Stress Helpline at 800-829-3777 for more information.

To make a payment online: Family Paths Client Payment Form
La Familia (Counseling Services)    
Mujeres con Esperanza (Counseling Services)
    
Mujeres Unidas y Activas (Counseling Services)
    
Ranibow Psychotherapy Assoc (Counseling Services)
    
Shimtuh Korean Center (Counseling Services)
    
The D.O.V.E.S Project (Counseling Services)    
Triumph (Counseling Services)    
Berkeley Therapy Institute (Counseling Services)
    
​​Pleasanton Community Counseling Center (PCCC)https://www.pleasantonccc.org/ Pleasanton Community Counseling Center (PCCC) has been serving clients in the Tri-Valley since 1990. PCCC was founded to provide quality, affordable counseling and provide an opportunity for Marriage and Family Therapist Interns to earn hours for licensing under the supervision of experienced staff.

Hours vary according to therapist availability. We are not available for walk-ins. Please see our Contact Us page for information about scheduling an appointment.
1) Leave a voicemail on our confidential mailbox with the following information:
Your name
Your phone number
The best time(s) to reach you
Whether it is okay for us to leave a message at the number you provided

2) Our Intake Coordinator will contact you to obtain additional information.

3) After the initial intake, the next steps may include:
Matching you with an available Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist or Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern
Placing you on our wait list so that you can be matched to an available therapist when one becomes available, or
Referring you to an agency better suited to the type of services asked for by you

Note: Requests for group counseling, and other questions should be directed to the PCCC phone number above, or via email at pleasantonccc@yahoo.com.

​*Email: Email is for information only; please do not include personal/confidential information.
The HUME Center – Pleasanton Locationhttp://www.humecenter.org/i-want-to-learn-about-the-hume-center The Hume Center) founded in 1993 started as an Outpatient program serving the unserved population in Central Contra Costa County and quickly expanded its scope as a federally certified Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) which now offers 15 programs across five clinics providing comprehensive behavioral health services in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, and Santa Clara counties. The Hume Center strives to create an environment of psychological well-being both internally for our work community and externally for the community the Center serves, with special consideration for the under- and un-served, through practicing an enabling consultation process. 
The HUME Center – Fremont Locationhttp://www.humecenter.org/i-want-to-learn-about-the-hume-center The Hume Center) founded in 1993 started as an Outpatient program serving the unserved population in Central Contra Costa County and quickly expanded its scope as a federally certified Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) which now offers 15 programs across five clinics providing comprehensive behavioral health services in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, and Santa Clara counties. The Hume Center strives to create an environment of psychological well-being both internally for our work community and externally for the community the Center serves, with special consideration for the under- and un-served, through practicing an enabling consultation process. 
The HUME Center – Concord Locationhttp://www.humecenter.org/i-want-to-learn-about-the-hume-center The Hume Center) founded in 1993 started as an Outpatient program serving the unserved population in Central Contra Costa County and quickly expanded its scope as a federally certified Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) which now offers 15 programs across five clinics providing comprehensive behavioral health services in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, and Santa Clara counties. The Hume Center strives to create an environment of psychological well-being both internally for our work community and externally for the community the Center serves, with special consideration for the under- and un-served, through practicing an enabling consultation process. 
The HUME Center – Pittsburg Locationhttp://www.humecenter.org/i-want-to-learn-about-the-hume-center The Hume Center) founded in 1993 started as an Outpatient program serving the unserved population in Central Contra Costa County and quickly expanded its scope as a federally certified Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) which now offers 15 programs across five clinics providing comprehensive behavioral health services in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, and Santa Clara counties. The Hume Center strives to create an environment of psychological well-being both internally for our work community and externally for the community the Center serves, with special consideration for the under- and un-served, through practicing an enabling consultation process. 
The HUME Center – Richmond Locationhttp://www.humecenter.org/i-want-to-learn-about-the-hume-center The Hume Center) founded in 1993 started as an Outpatient program serving the unserved population in Central Contra Costa County and quickly expanded its scope as a federally certified Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) which now offers 15 programs across five clinics providing comprehensive behavioral health services in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, and Santa Clara counties. The Hume Center strives to create an environment of psychological well-being both internally for our work community and externally for the community the Center serves, with special consideration for the under- and un-served, through practicing an enabling consultation process. 
Bay Area Community Health Mental health services include: prevention, assessment, diagnosis, treatment/intervention, and follow-up of mental health conditions and disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety, attention deficit and disruptive behavior disorders). Substance abuse services are screening, diagnosis, and treatment services for substance use disorders (e.g., abuse of alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs):

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders
Health Home Program for coordinating care to address chronic disease
TransVision Program, a nationally-recognized program serving transgender patients
Smoking Cessation program, to provide support when quitting smoking
HOPE Project, a mobile medical unit serving homeless patients
Neuropsychology testing services for evaluation of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, Dementia/Cognitive Disorders
Homeless Street Medicine, where providers visit patients on foot to deliver care
Relapse Prevention for those recovering from substance use disorder
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, to address chronic pain
Coping with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Generations Project, which provides services to injection and other drug users
Serving the communities of southern Alameda County and Santa Clara County
Bay Area Community Health “Mental health services include: prevention, assessment, diagnosis, treatment/intervention, and follow-up of mental health conditions and disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety, attention deficit and disruptive behavior disorders). Substance abuse services are screening, diagnosis, and treatment services for substance use disorders (e.g., abuse of alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs):

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders
Health Home Program for coordinating care to address chronic disease
TransVision Program, a nationally-recognized program serving transgender patients
Smoking Cessation program, to provide support when quitting smoking
HOPE Project, a mobile medical unit serving homeless patients
Neuropsychology testing services for evaluation of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, Dementia/Cognitive Disorders
Homeless Street Medicine, where providers visit patients on foot to deliver care
Relapse Prevention for those recovering from substance use disorder
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, to address chronic pain
Coping with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Generations Project, which provides services to injection and other drug users”
Serving the communities of southern Alameda County and Santa Clara County
Tri-Valley Haven Tri-Valley Haven toll free: (800) 884-8119 or Local: (925) 449-5845  
Child and Familhy Services (Child Abuse Services)
    
Adult Protective Services (Elder Abuse)    
API Legal Outreach (Elder Abuse)    
Area Agency on Aging (Elder Abuse)    
Institute on Aging (Elder Abuse)    
Legal Assistance for Seniors (Elder Abuse)    
Victim Witness (Elder Abuse)    
Center Point Referralwww.cpinc.org Our Mission
Center Point’s mission is to provide comprehensive social, educational, vocational, medical, psychological, housing and rehabilitation services to combat social problems such as substance abuse, poverty, unemployment and homelessness.

Center Point offers rehabilitation and treatment services that interrupt the abusive cycles of psychological, social and economic dislocation by providing critical training and support so that individuals and families can claim self-worth and dignity.

Agency Goals
To provide a range of cognitive, behavioral and psychosocial skills training aimed at enhancing personal, moral and social responsibility;
To develop educational, vocational and interpersonal skills to promote personal and social productivity;
To create value-based opportunities which maximize successful pro-social community integration;
To improve the quality of life.

Hours of operation
Monday – Friday 8am to 9pm
After hour calls are directed to Crisis Support Services of Alameda County
If you or someone you know needs treatment for substance abuse, Center Point offers a full spectrum of residential and outpatient services including mental health treatment services, case management, individual and group therapy, specialized services for critical populations including women and veterans, family advocacy and reunification, parolee services, workforce development and housing resources and referrals.

To speak to someone about receiving treatment, please call:
• 415-456-6655 for Greater San Francisco Bay Area programs
• 512-297-2990 for Texas programs


Center Point accepts:
Federal health insurance program: TRICARE
State/County public benefits programs: Medi-Cal (MH or DMC), County Medical Service Program (CMSP), Anthem Path2Health/CMSP
Commercial Insurance provider networks: Kaiser Permanente, Cigna Behavioral Health, Blue Shield of California, Magellan Health Services, Magellan Employee Assistance Program
Hivelyhttps://behively.org/mental-health-services/If you are in crisis and need assistance immediately, please call 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Hotline at (800) 309-2131.With more than 20 dedicated therapists on staff, Hively provides affordable (sliding scale), high quality, professional counseling services for a variety of challenges affecting the emotional health and wellbeing of individuals, young and old, and their families. Hively clinicians are experienced Clinical Social Workers (CSW) and Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT).If you are seeking counseling for yourself or a loved one, call our San Leandro office at (510) 483-6715 or email info@behively.org to set up an appointment.

To get to know you and determine your needs, you will be asked to complete paperwork at your initial contact with Hively. During your first one-on-one meeting, the counselor will assess your needs. They will make a treatment plan based on their professional opinion and in collaboration with you.

If you require counseling at Hively, you and your counselor will work together to decide how frequently and for how long a period it is necessary to meet. This decision is made on a case-by-case basis and is determined by the appropriateness of time-limited treatment for your individual situation, our expertise in treating your particular problem, the availability of staff and other resources, and other factors.

We offer a sliding-scale fee, on a case-by-case basis, based on income and household size. We accept most major insurance companies and Medi-Cal.

For more information, please contact Hively at
(510) 483-6715.
Hively – Individual Counselinghttps://behively.org/mental-health-services/If you are in crisis and need assistance immediately, please call 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Hotline at (800) 309-2131.Individual Counseling
Hively offers counseling services for such life challenges and obstacles:

Relationship Problems
Anxiety
Loneliness, Depression
Grief and/or Life Changes
Single or Step Parenting
Parenting of Adolescents
Fears, Phobias, Shyness
Self-Esteem/ Assertiveness
Post-Traumatic Stress
Child or Domestic Abuse
Addictions
Occupational Stress
If you are seeking counseling for yourself or a loved one, call our San Leandro office at (510) 483-6715 or email info@behively.org to set up an appointment.

To get to know you and determine your needs, you will be asked to complete paperwork at your initial contact with Hively. During your first one-on-one meeting, the counselor will assess your needs. They will make a treatment plan based on their professional opinion and in collaboration with you.

If you require counseling at Hively, you and your counselor will work together to decide how frequently and for how long a period it is necessary to meet. This decision is made on a case-by-case basis and is determined by the appropriateness of time-limited treatment for your individual situation, our expertise in treating your particular problem, the availability of staff and other resources, and other factors.

We offer a sliding-scale fee, on a case-by-case basis, based on income and household size. We accept most major insurance companies and Medi-Cal.

For more information, please contact Hively at
(510) 483-6715.
Hively – Couples Counselinghttps://behively.org/mental-health-services/If you are in crisis and need assistance immediately, please call 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Hotline at (800) 309-2131.Couples Counseling
Hively offers counseling services to address challenges amongst partners that include:

Lack of Communication
Physical Fighting
Extramarital Affairs
Lack of Communication
Physical Fighting
Extramarital Affairs
If you are seeking counseling for yourself or a loved one, call our San Leandro office at (510) 483-6715 or email info@behively.org to set up an appointment.

To get to know you and determine your needs, you will be asked to complete paperwork at your initial contact with Hively. During your first one-on-one meeting, the counselor will assess your needs. They will make a treatment plan based on their professional opinion and in collaboration with you.

If you require counseling at Hively, you and your counselor will work together to decide how frequently and for how long a period it is necessary to meet. This decision is made on a case-by-case basis and is determined by the appropriateness of time-limited treatment for your individual situation, our expertise in treating your particular problem, the availability of staff and other resources, and other factors.

We offer a sliding-scale fee, on a case-by-case basis, based on income and household size. We accept most major insurance companies and Medi-Cal.

For more information, please contact Hively at
(510) 483-6715.
Hively – Family Counselinghttps://behively.org/mental-health-services/If you are in crisis and need assistance immediately, please call 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Hotline at (800) 309-2131.Family Counseling
Hively offers family counseling to address challenges like:

Behavioral Issues in Children
School Avoidance
Substance Abuse
Disordered Eating
Major Trauma
Life Changes
Relocation
Incarceration of a Family Member
Traumatic Loss of a Family Member
Adjustment to New Family Member
Domestic Violence
Divorce
Parent Conflict
If you are seeking counseling for yourself or a loved one, call our San Leandro office at (510) 483-6715 or email info@behively.org to set up an appointment.

To get to know you and determine your needs, you will be asked to complete paperwork at your initial contact with Hively. During your first one-on-one meeting, the counselor will assess your needs. They will make a treatment plan based on their professional opinion and in collaboration with you.

If you require counseling at Hively, you and your counselor will work together to decide how frequently and for how long a period it is necessary to meet. This decision is made on a case-by-case basis and is determined by the appropriateness of time-limited treatment for your individual situation, our expertise in treating your particular problem, the availability of staff and other resources, and other factors.

We offer a sliding-scale fee, on a case-by-case basis, based on income and household size. We accept most major insurance companies and Medi-Cal.

For more information, please contact Hively at
(510) 483-6715.
Hively – Group Counselinghttps://behively.org/mental-health-services/If you are in crisis and need assistance immediately, please call 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Hotline at (800) 309-2131.Group Counseling
Group counseling is a form of psychotherapy in which several individuals meet with one or more therapists. These members form a support group where they can learn from the experiences of others and offer advice.

Individuals experiencing a mental health challenge or problem behavior can feel isolated, and group counseling can help the individual by providing peers who are experiencing the same challenges or who have recovered from these challenges.
If you are seeking counseling for yourself or a loved one, call our San Leandro office at (510) 483-6715 or email info@behively.org to set up an appointment.

To get to know you and determine your needs, you will be asked to complete paperwork at your initial contact with Hively. During your first one-on-one meeting, the counselor will assess your needs. They will make a treatment plan based on their professional opinion and in collaboration with you.

If you require counseling at Hively, you and your counselor will work together to decide how frequently and for how long a period it is necessary to meet. This decision is made on a case-by-case basis and is determined by the appropriateness of time-limited treatment for your individual situation, our expertise in treating your particular problem, the availability of staff and other resources, and other factors.

We offer a sliding-scale fee, on a case-by-case basis, based on income and household size. We accept most major insurance companies and Medi-Cal.

For more information, please contact Hively at
(510) 483-6715.
Hively – School Site Counselinghttps://behively.org/mental-health-services/If you are in crisis and need assistance immediately, please call 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Hotline at (800) 309-2131.School Site Counseling
Having the opportunity to work through emotional problems with a caring and compassionate counselor makes all the difference to a young person struggling to find their way, helps keep suspensions down, keeps students from dropping out, and promotes healthier lifestyle choices.

In partnership with the San Leandro Unified School District, Hively provides pro bono individual and group counseling services on site to students in San Leandro schools. Students are referred by school staff and concerned parents.
If you are seeking counseling for yourself or a loved one, call our San Leandro office at (510) 483-6715 or email info@behively.org to set up an appointment.

To get to know you and determine your needs, you will be asked to complete paperwork at your initial contact with Hively. During your first one-on-one meeting, the counselor will assess your needs. They will make a treatment plan based on their professional opinion and in collaboration with you.

If you require counseling at Hively, you and your counselor will work together to decide how frequently and for how long a period it is necessary to meet. This decision is made on a case-by-case basis and is determined by the appropriateness of time-limited treatment for your individual situation, our expertise in treating your particular problem, the availability of staff and other resources, and other factors.

We offer a sliding-scale fee, on a case-by-case basis, based on income and household size. We accept most major insurance companies and Medi-Cal.

For more information, please contact Hively at
(510) 483-6715.
Hively – Support Groupshttps://behively.org/mental-health-services/If you are in crisis and need assistance immediately, please call 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Hotline at (800) 309-2131.Support Groups
Support groups bring together people who are going through or have gone through similar experiences. For example, this common ground might be cancer, chronic medical conditions, addiction, loss, or caregiving.

Hively’s support groups provide an opportunity for people to share personal experiences and feelings, coping strategies, and receive emotional support.
If you are seeking counseling for yourself or a loved one, call our San Leandro office at (510) 483-6715 or email info@behively.org to set up an appointment.

To get to know you and determine your needs, you will be asked to complete paperwork at your initial contact with Hively. During your first one-on-one meeting, the counselor will assess your needs. They will make a treatment plan based on their professional opinion and in collaboration with you.

If you require counseling at Hively, you and your counselor will work together to decide how frequently and for how long a period it is necessary to meet. This decision is made on a case-by-case basis and is determined by the appropriateness of time-limited treatment for your individual situation, our expertise in treating your particular problem, the availability of staff and other resources, and other factors.

We offer a sliding-scale fee, on a case-by-case basis, based on income and household size. We accept most major insurance companies and Medi-Cal.

For more information, please contact Hively at
(510) 483-6715.
Horizon with City of Livermore    
Orchards Women Recovery    
Bonita House    
Magnolia Womens Recovery Program    
La Clinica    
Criminal Justice BH Court Adult    
La Familia    
Eden Outpatient    
Pathways to Wellness    
EBAC    
Tri-City Health Center    
Cornerstone    
Alameda Secure    
Crisis Direct    
Boss    
CAPE, Inc – Community Association for Preschool Education)http://www.capeheadstart.org/ “Mental Health
CAPE, Inc.’s Mental Health program is dedicated to address unique challenges that comes from childhood experiences through strengthening the relationships between young children and the adults who care for them.

Psychotherapy Services

Young children can benefit greatly from specialized support to help them to develop positive relationships, express their thoughts and feelings appropriately, and manage the ups and downs of daily life.

CAPE, Inc. is devoted to ensuring that each child’s individual needs are met and that his or her unique gifts and talents are developed. Serving children with a range of mental health needs is an integral part of our commitment to families.

Children and families referred to our program may be:

Enduring loss or a transition (loss of or change in parent or caregiver, birth of a new sibling, change in school or living situation)
Showing aggressive behaviors towards other people, or towards themselves
Having trouble eating or sleeping
Seeming nervous, scared, sad, angry, or irritable
Having trouble getting along with other children or adults
Have witnessed violence in the home or the community
Having behavioral challenges in preschool or daycare
Facing life stressors such as divorce/separation, relocation, immigration, and financial hardship”
CAPE’s Mental Health program is dedicated to strengthening the relationships between young children and the adults who care for them. To Make a Referral: Call our referral line at (925) 443-3434 ext. 121 to leave a message in English or Spanish. An intake clinician will return your call within 3 business days. Office Hours 9-5
Alameda County Tri-Area

510-444-4673

www.naalamedacounty.org
www.norcalna.org/helplines.php
    
Crisis Support Services of Alameda County Suicide Prevention and Crisishttps://www.crisissupport.org/CRISIS SUPPORT SERVICES OF ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA – 24 HOUR CRISIS LINE:
1-800-309-2131

NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE:
1-800-273-8255
Crisis Support Services (CSS) is a nonprofit agency that provides a variety of mental health services to a wide range of persons in varying degrees of crisis. Our primary mission is to assist people in emotional distress, to offer supportive therapy to those in crisis, and prevent suicide. CSS carries out this mission by offering therapy in a safe environment. CSS offers a variety of groups in our North Oakland office:

Group Therapy (Bereverament by homicide/suicie groups), Text line, Crisis line, Therapy for older adults CSS provides: In-Home Therapy services to elderly and frail home-bound older adults. Services include group, individual, couples, and family therapy., School Based Counseling: , Grief Therapy, Community Eduation, and Text line as some people feel more comfortable texting than talking–in particular, youth. Now Crisis Support Services of Alameda County (CSS) offers a special text line set up for Alameda County, CA, youth to text with the Crisis Line. Alameda County adults are also welcome the text our program.

Texters send the word SAFE to 20121 to start a session, they will immediately receive auto messages letting them know they have texted our Text Line Program. If it is during our operating hours, they will then receive a message from a trained counselor within a few minutes. Counselors will not judge. They are supportive listeners.

Group Therapy: If interested, please call our Therapy Program at 1-800-260-0094

TEXT SAFE TO 20121
Hours: 4:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. 7 days a week. Alameda County residents only
Fees: No charge from Crisis Support Services. Text STOP to opt out.
Aruka House (Men’s Supportive Services)https://www.arukahweb.org/solution/ Arukah cares for the men’s physical, emotional, relational and spiritual needs. We call this our “Four Corners of Care” approach. This approach brings great opportunity to reduce the rate of recidivism and help men move forward with their lives.

Spirtual Support: Prayer, Bible Study, Life Group, Church Connection, Brothers and Sisters in Christ to share the love of Jesus Emotional Support: Lay/pastoral counseling, Referrals to outside resources, Mentoring,

Practical Support: Job assistance, Job connection with local businesses, Community services,Computer and other life skills, Money management/budgeting, Financial assistance, Entrepreneurial assistance,

Sobriety Support: AA/NA support meetings, and

Family Reconciliation: If bridges have been burned with residence family, and the family is considered safe, we help the men reconcile with their families.
The primary method we use to accomplish this is by establishing homes where the men are immersed in a culture-shifting life. At Arukah House they will develop the life skills to become self-sufficient once they leave the home. They will also build a network of people who are willing to do life with them once they are on their own.

Not a shelter, Men’s transitional home program for men out of prison and homelessness Livermore and Patterson. Livermore is full – there is a wait list

1 year program: four corners of wrap around care spiritual, emotional, mental and addiction (they use AA and NA, job connections, resume writing and interview skills – must get to working,
Bible study and introduce them to new commiunity.

Program Fee – the men save up for 1 month after they start working. After the first month the fee to stay is 20% of income up to $450 sliding scale. Budget, save and financial responsiblity is taught to help them for their down payment to move.

Josh, President and Founder of Aruka

Aruka try to help with housing and shared rooms. They work on their credit and can use Aruka as a reference. Help restore family relationships.
Fill out an applicaion online or print hard copy (pdf).

Looking for men with a high desire to move forward in life, if they want a warm bed and food, this is not the right fit.
Josh meet with the clients via phone or Zoom or coffee
Then if he feels like the men are a good fit, they will be sent to interview with the house manger and there is room, the ctient can move in from there.

If there is no room, the ct goes on the waitlist and some guys do not stay for the entire year, so the list can open up quickly. 90% success rate for men coming out of prison.

Mental Health is evaluated to determine if the men are seeing a therapist, on medicine (they are sensitive to those area’s. they are not MH experts, refer them out to Axis or Access



Apply with the attached ONLINE application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScoiqKKlaQSyINL-JJAwr-ZHjYMZdsERwjEYWuB6OPJGiGSnA/viewform

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