Provides an atmosphere of warmth and caring that will give the best opportunities for those with mental illness to reach their highest potential. The Peer Mental Health Program is committed to teaching, empowering and advocating for our clients. All services are provided by trained Peer...
Phone: (415) 526-7500
Crestwood Center Sacramento has undergone a full transformation. Sacramento County sought to transition our facility from a very traditional special treatment program and skilled nursing facility to a 90-bed mental health rehabilitation center (MHRC) with different levels of transitional...
Phone: (916) 452-1431
Crestwood Behavioral Health has been providing a residential skilled nursing program at our Crestwood Manor - Modesto facility since 1979. Our 184-bed Modesto center serves men and women from a number of California communities, including Sacramento, San Joaquin, Sacramento and Yolo counties....
Phone: (209) 526-8050
Crestwood Recovery and Rehabilitation Center in Vallejo supports each client to recover with an enhanced sense of resilience, accessing a wide-range of wellness tools and staff support. The mission of this program is to restore a sense of hope, empowerment, community/natural support inclusion,...
Phone: (707) 552-0215
Crestwood Solano (Our House) is a 46 bed licensed Adult Residential Facility ARF/augmented Board and Care. We serve multicultural males and females adult 18-59 years of age with Axis 1 diagnosis such as Schizophrenia, Bipolar etc. and Axis 2 diagnosis such as Personality disorder. Our House is...
Phone: (707) 558-1777
Crestwood Wellness & Recovery Center, Redding is a 99-bed Skilled Nursing Facility/Special Treatment program that is located in Beautiful Northern California and has successfully served clients for more than 31 years. Our program is a system of care which incorporates the concepts of...
Phone: (707) 552-0215
For Adults 18+. NO children. Primary Focus: Mix of mental health and substance abuse services.
Type of Service: Short term detox and 45 day residential treatment.
Phone: (415) 492-0818
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New Beginnings Center (NBC) is an 80-bed dormitory-style facility built on a decommissioned military base. NBC provides housing-focused shelter services for homeless individuals, with three meals available daily, on-site counselors, support for job and housing search, plus referral to other...
Phone: (415) 382-3363 x233
A welcoming and teen friendly health program for youth ages 12-24 including reproductive health services, mental health, substance abuse counseling/treatment and health information services.
Phone: (415) 258-4944
Crestwood Behavioral Health has been providing medical and behavioral care treatment at its Idylwood Care Center since 1993. The 170-bed Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) with two separate buildings. One focuses on long-term care and rehabilitation services, while the second building serves men and...
Phone: (408) 739-2383
Primary Focus: Substance abuse treatment services. Type of Care: Outpatient.
Phone: (415) 444-3522
Provides a clean and safe environment for recovering alcoholics to seek company and support of other alcoholics and to help each other stay clean and sober one day at a time. Low cost meals are served and rooms are provided for Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12 Step meetings.
Phone: (415) 456-8479
Seeks to empower clients of the mental health system through self-help groups and networking statewide, to confront discriminating attitudes about mental health clients in the public, the media, the mental health, and within mental health clients themselves, to provide a strong voice of, by and...
Phone: (415) 499-7866
Marin County Department of Health and Human Services Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery Services: Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU)
Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) provides the following services: Psychiatric emergency response for voluntary and involuntary (W&I Code 5150) clients who are experiencing acute psychiatric symptoms Crisis stabilization to support the resolution of psychiatric emergencies within 24 hours...
Phone: (415) 499-6666