Telephone: (415) 473-2725
Address: 3270 Kerner Blvd., Ste. B, San Rafael, CA 94901
The STAR Program is intended to support adults, age 18 and above, who struggle with severe mental health symptoms and, as a result, are now involved in the criminal justice system. The goal of the program is to improve social & emotional functioning, independent living skills and to increase educational and employment opportunities in order to decrease the risk and frequency within the criminal justice system. Additionally, Peer services are provided in support of recovery by trained individuals with lived experience.
The target population of the STAR Program is adults, age 18 and above, with serious mental illness and who are currently involved with the criminal justice system. Priority is given to individuals who are currently unserved, underserved or not optimally served by traditional mental health services. Individuals may or may not have a co-occurring substance abuse disorder.
Eligible adults must be referred from the Marin County District Attorney’s Office.
Medi-Cal in needed.
- Peer Support
- Psychiatric Medication Management
- Intensive Case Management
- Personal Services Coordinator
- Customized treatment goals established
- Psychiatric treatment
- Skills building
- Bridging to resources that will help support a meaningful life including: financial, independent living, health, educational, occupational, vocational, legal, substance use, family, community involvement
STAR Program Telephone: 415-473-2725
For general information regarding any services offered through Marin Behavioral Health and Recovery Services please call the Access Line at 888-818-1115.
SERVICES ARE PROVIDED IN ENGLISH, SPANISH. Interpreter services are available for other languages upon request.