Marin County Department of Health and Human Services Division of Community Mental Health Services: HOPE Program and Senior Peer Counseling
The HOPE Program is a Mental Health Services Act funded program that provides intensive case management for people over the age of 60 and who are suffering from mental illness. The HOPE Program team uses a multi-disciplinary approach and is comprised of mental health practitioners, nurse...
Phone: (415) 473-4306
Marin County Department of Health and Human Services Division of Community Mental Health Services: Mental Health Assessments and Referrals
Mental health problems vary widely in their severity. For example, millions of people experience depression, anxiety, or difficulty with their interpersonal relationships at some point in their lives. You can receive help to work through issues such as these by calling the Marin Mental Health...
Phone: (415) 473-4271
Marin County Department of Health and Human Services Division of Community Mental Health Services: Support & Treatment After Release (STAR) Program
The STAR program serves mental health consumers that have been arrested, usually for minor crimes, often the result of behaviors related to the symptoms of their illnesses. The STAR program serves 40 mentally ill consumers with a community based interdisciplinary team made up of mental health...
Phone: (415) 473-2725
Marin County Department of Health and Human Services Division of Substance Use Services: Tobacco Program Services
The office serves as an administrative agency responsible for allocating state and local dollars to deliver tobacco education program services to Marin County residents. The Office contracts for these services with local community-based agencies and provides contract management and monitoring to...
Phone: (415) 473-3020
The Marin Mental Health Plan (MMHP) is responsible for authorizing all mental health services to Medi-Cal beneficiaries from Marin County. Part of a statewide plan, each county in California began authorizing hospital inpatient services in 1995 and outpatient mental health services in 1998. A...
Phone: (888) 818-1115
Marin Treatment Center (MTC) is a non-profit community based outpatient substance abuse treatment agency that has been successfully providing services in the community since 1976. MTC is licensed by the State of California to provide substance abuse services, is C.A.R.F. certified, and is Medi-...
Phone: (415) 457-3755
Primary Focus: Substance abuse treatment services. Type of Care: Outpatient.
Phone: (415) 457-3755
Nancy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Credentialed Professional Gerontologist with advanced training and over a decade of experience in the field of mental health and aging. She provides counseling and consultation for midlife and older adults and families. Her expertise includes...
Phone: (415) 378-6577
NAMI Marin is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families living with mental illness through advocacy, education and support.
Phone: (415) 444-0480
Provides information and advocacy for mental health issues nationwide.
Phone: (866) 615-6464
The Odyssey Program is intended to support adults, age 18 and above, who struggle with severe mental health symptoms and, as a result, are homeless. The goal of the program is to improve social & emotional functioning, independent living skills and to increase educational and...
Phone: (415) 473-3240
Seneca family of Agencies offers a broad array of mental health and special education services. Our mental health services are designed to keep youth in the foster care and juvenile justice systems as connected as possible to their families and communities by providing a community-based...
Phone: (415) 482-6182
Primary Focus: Mix of mental health and substance abuse services. Type of Care: Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less), Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days).
Phone: (415) 488-0400
A Suicide Bereavement Support Group (Part of the Buckelew Suicide Prevention Program)
Second Wednesday of each month - Online - 7:00-8:30pm
Phone: (415) 492-0614
Adults with persistent mental illness participate in programs focused on enhancing individual strengths through symptom management, crisis prevention, basic living skills improvement, community building, and job readiness and retention.
Phone: (415) 459-5843