County of Marin Health and Human Services

Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Full Service Partnership (FSP)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Shelter in Place Order for Marin County

To contact us for essential services, please use the following resource numbers:

Dial 711 for CA Relay Service

  • Public Health: 415-473-7191 | COVID-19 Website | COVID-19 E-mail
    • Note: this number is for non-medical questions about COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 9:30am to 12pm and 1pm to 5pm. 

  • Adult Protective Services: 415-473-2774
  • Skilled Nursing/Assisted Living Ombudsman: 415-473-7446 
  • Child Protective Services: 415-473-7153
  • Public Assistance Call Center (Medi-Cal, CalFresh, CalWorks): 1-877-410-8817
  • General Relief: 415-473-3450
  • Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Access Line: 1-888-818-1115
  • Information and Assistance - for older adults, persons with disabilities, and family caregivers: 415-457-INFO (415-457-4636)

Starting March 17, 2020, most County of Marin Health and Human Services offices and public spaces are closed.
Please call ahead if you have an appointment or are required to be assisted in-person.

Sunny Hills Services

615 B St., Suite 1A
San Rafael, CA
Phone: 415-473-2167

The Transition-Age Youth (TAY) program is provided by Sunny Hills and provides services to young men and women, ages 16-25, who are struggling with mental health challenges. The TAY is a Full-Service Partnership program, meaning that staff provides a complete range of services using a “whatever it takes” approach for up to 20 young people at any given time. The program uses a Strength-Based model, and integrates Wellness and Recovery principles. The program supports Transition-Age Youth to become the architects of their own futures and to live meaningful lives in a community of their choice.

The TAY Program provides job coaching, independent living skills, housing supports and comprehensive culturally appropriate integrated mental health and substance use services. A multi-disciplinary team provides assessment, individualized treatment plans and linkages to needed supports and services; as well as coordinated individual and group therapy and psychiatric services for TAY participants with the goal of providing treatment, skills and the level of self-sufficiency necessary to TAY to manage their illness and accomplish their goals, avoiding deep end services, incarceration and homelessness.


Mental Health and Substance Use Services (MHSUS) changed its name to Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS).  As such, all references in existing departmental policies and procedures to MHSUS can be understood to reference BHRS as well.