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Behavioral Health Resources For Diverse Communities

The following list of mental health programs and services are specifically designed for the diverse communities of Sacramento County. This page includes programs/services funded by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services, as well as reputable local, state and national resources for all communities. Most of the services that are listed have few, if any, eligibility requirements, do not require insurance, and are free or low cost.

Note: Services may be listed more than once.

Sacramento County also provides a number of mental health services to Medi-Cal eligible children, youth, and adults who are experiencing a serious mental health illness. These services, including mental health assessments, medication, therapy/counseling and substance abuse counseling, require prior authorization from the Sacramento County Access Team.

 

To access these services, contact the Access team at (916) 875-1055 or toll free at 1-888-881-4881. Deaf and hard of hearing individuals may contact the Access Team by TTY/TDD at (916) 876-8892 or 711.

SacMap tries to keep this list up-to-date. If you find information that is incorrect or needs to be updated, or a great resource we should include, please email us.

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Counseling Services

Counseling Services

The following organizations provide community-based individual and group therapy or peer to peer counseling to address mental health issues for specific community members.

3820 Auburn Blvd., Suite 83, Sacramento, CA 95821

(916) 486-8626 | info@mas-ssf.org

Program Description

Services and supports for Middle Eastern and South Asian older adults to prevent mental health issues associated with aging.

Services 

  • Educational events

  • Online events

  • Social support activities

  • Community resource information

Eligibility

Middle Eastern and South Asian Older Adults

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for more information

3823 V St. Sacramento, CA 95817  |  (916) 455-2391

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Provides counseling, health care support services, support groups and advocacy services to Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming individuals.

Services 

  • Individual, relational, and family counseling

  • Respite care

  • Hormone prescription clinic

  • Syringe exchange

  • HIV/STI testing

  • Linkage to other community resources

  • System navigation

  • Legal resource navigation support for transgender individuals

Eligibility

Transgender and Gender Non-Confroming individuals of all ages

Cost

  • Most services are free

  • Counseling: sliding-scale fees, no one turned away for lack of funds. Insurance not accepted

How to Access Services

  • Counseling and Advocacy services: by appointment only. Must enroll on wait list

  • Drop-in between 12pm and 5pm for Harm Reduction Services

5523 34th St., Sacramento, CA 95820  |  (916) 452-3601

3301 37th Ave., Sacramento, CA 95824  |  (916) 210-8733

After hours: (916) 227-2600

Monday through Friday  |  8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Provides multicultural counseling, support and outreach services and programs to help families to overcome adversity, to become empowered, and to succeed in their lives.

Services

  • Behavioral health services for children and youth (age 0 to 21) and their families

  • Crisis intervention

  • Support groups

  • Employment and adult education programs

  • Parenting education

  • Workshops and activities for youth

  • Resource navigation

  • Community education

Eligibility

  • Behavioral health services - must be Medi-Cal eligible

  • Most programs are open to the community but may focus on specific populations (e.g., youth only). Check website for program details

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call or drop in for more information

3820 Auburn Blvd. Suite 83, Sacramento, CA 95821

(916) 486-8626  |  info@mas-ssf.org

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Provides social services and supports for the Muslim community in an effort to improve overall well-being of individuals and families. 

Services 

  • Peer counseling

  • Youth and older adult programs

  • Youth advocacy Program

  • Community education/training

  • Resource referrals

Eligibility

Middle Eastern and South Asian communities​

Cost

  • Most services are free

  • Peer Counseling: sliding-scale fees

How to Access Services

Call or email for assistance

1015 20th St., Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 442-0185

Monday through Friday  |  10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday  |  10:00am to 4:00 pm

Program Description

Provides culturally appropriate services and supports to help support the health and wellness of members of LGBTQ+ communities.

Services

  • Tele-mental health services

  • Individual counseling for victims of crime

  • Drop-in mental health respite care

  • Support groups

  • Workshops and educational events

  • Resource referrals

  • Some health services

Eligibility

  • Counseling (age 18 and older)

  • Lambda Lounge (age 25 and older)

  • Q-Spot (age 13 to 24)

  • Support group eligibility varies by group

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call or drop-in for assistance

2020 J St. Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 341-0575 

Monday through Friday  |  7:30 am to 5:00 pm (Opens at 9:30 am on the first & third Wednesdays of the month)

Program Description

Provides culturally competent, holistic, and patient-centered physical and behavioral health services to Health Center members.

Services

  • Mental health and substance abuse counseling

  • Traditional healing modalities

  • Support groups

  • Coping and self-care skills classes

  • Suicide prevention resources

Eligibility

  • Must be a member of Sacramento Native American Health Center to access physical and behavioral health services (open to all)

  • Some support groups are open to the public

Cost

  • Sliding-scale

  • Medicare, Medi-Cal

  • Private Insurance (Native Patients only)

How to Access Services

  • Call to become a member and/or find out about registration for community support groups

  • See event calendar for list of upcoming classes/groups

Program Description

Provides services to people of African ancestry living in Sacramento to address individual and community reactions to cultural and racial trauma. 

Services

  • Community Healing Circles - Address the immediate emotional and psychological stress and negative impact of experiences of racism, alienation and isolation.  

  • Emotional Emancipation Circles - ongoing support groups (7-9 sessions) to learn and practice emotional wellness skills and to learn how to replace destructive negative thoughts caused by racism with ones that are positive.

  • Online mental wellness resources

Eligibility

People who self-identify as being of African ancestry (age 14 and older) who are experiencing racial stress, anxiety, and/or trauma

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call or email for more information

3820 Auburn Blvd., Suite 83, Sacramento, CA 95821  |  (916) 486-8626

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Peer counseling and resource referrals service for Muslim individuals, couples, families and teens. Counseling available in10 languages, including Arabic, Dar/Farsi, Pashto, Urdu, Punjabi, & Hindi.

Services

  • Peer counseling (In-person or tele-counseling)

  • Pre-marital counseling

  • Community education

  • Service referrals

Eligibility

Middle Eastern and South Asian Communities

Cost

Sliding-scale,

How to Access Services

Email or call to be connected with the intake coordinator​

Hours vary by provider

Provider List

Program Description

Provides strength-based, culturally responsive and trauma informed counseling services, including crisis intervention, focused on issues impacting the Black and African-American community. Funding provided by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services.

Services

  • Trauma Informed therapy

  • Crisis intervention and management

  • Culturally informed and responsive treatment plans

Eligibility

Black/African American community members living in Sacramento County of all ages regardless of insurance and/or ability to pay

Cost

8 therapy sessions free with one of the licensed therapists listed on the provider website

 

How to Access Services

Reach out directly to a provider to schedule services. Check out the most updated list of providers

7273 14th Ave., Suite 120B Sacramento, CA 95820  |  (916) 383-6783

Monday through Thursday  |  8:00 am to 7:00 pm

Fridays  |  8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

The TWC is an outpatient mental health service program designed to provide a full range of coordinated therapeutic and support services for all ages, including children, transitional age youth, adults, and older adults, with a special emphasis on the Asian and Pacific Islander language and cultural groups in Sacramento County.

Services

  • Mental health assessments

  • Individual/group/family counseling

  • Medication support services

  • Life skills training

  • Social activities

Eligibility

  • Asian and Pacific Islander community members of all ages

  • Special focus on adults with serious and persistent mental illness and children and youth with a serious emotional disturbance.

  • Medi-Cal beneficiaries, as well as uninsured/under-insured people who do not qualify for Medi-Cal nor have private insurance.

Cost

Free 

 

How to Access Services

  • Medi-Cal members should contact the Access Team at (916) 875-1055 for an assessment and treatment authorization

  • Uninsured individuals should contact the Transcultural Wellness Center directly 

Crisis Services

Mental health services and support for people with a mental health problem that can’t wait for a regular, scheduled appointment.

Crisis Services
Centro de Apoyo Latino Program

5523 34th St., Sacramento, CA 95820  |  (916) 452-3601 

3301 37th Ave., Sacramento, CA 95824  |  (916) 210-8733

Monday through Friday  |  8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

provides brief short term crisis intervention services along with navigation to longer term solutions.

Services Offered

  • Brief, short-term crisis intervention

  • Resource/service navigation

  • Support groups

Eligibility

Latino individuals and families of all ages

Cost

Free

 

How to Access Services

Call for information and assistance

(916) 428-3271

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Provides culturally appropriate and responsive services and supports to Asian & Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. 

Services

  • 24-hour multilingual support line

  • Crisis interventions

  • Emergency shelter

  • Support Groups

  • Parenting support

  • Job training​

Eligibility

Asian & Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

​Call for immediate support

(877) 360-LGBT (5428)

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Crisis and emotional support for LGBT+ older adults.

Services

  • Crisis response

  • SAGE connect, a weekly phone-buddy program matching LGBTQ+ older adults with volunteers (apply online)

  • Information and links to local resources

Eligibility

LGBT older adults and their caregivers

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Call for immediate support

  • Visit the website for additional resources

7000 Franklin Blvd., Suite 1020, Sacramento, CA 95823

4704 Roseville Rd., Suite 110, North Highlands, CA 95660 

(916) 234-0178  |  aaspp@achurchforall.org

Monday through Friday  |  3:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Program Description

The Living Room provides support to Black and African American community during difficult times that can help manage emotional well-being.

Services

  • Crisis Intervention (by phone and in-person)

  • Individual peer counseling

  • Transportation

  • Case management

  • Mental health and social services referrals

  • Support groups​

Eligibility

Black/African American community members

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services​

(866) 488-7386  |  Text START TO 678-678  |  Chat 

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Provides confidential crisis support and suicide prevention services for LGBTQ+ youth struggling with coming out, LGBTQ+ identity, depression and suicide. 

Services

Crisis intervention and suicide prevention

Eligibility

LGBTQ young people up to age 25

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call, text, or chat for support

(877) 565-8860

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Offers direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community.

Services

  • Phone-based peer support

  • Linkages to resources

  • Microgrants for Trans people

Eligibility

  • Trans people and those who may be questioning their gender identity of all ages

  • Family & friends

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Call for immediate peer support

  • Family and friends call and ask to be transferred to family/friends hotline

  • Visit the website for additional resources

Homeless Services

Services and supports for Sacramento County residents experiencing homelessness or housing instability, with or without a mental health condition. 

Homeless

Program Description

Housing support for LGBTQ+ young adults (18-21), who are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime.

Services

  • 18 months of housing support

  • Individual action plans to achieve goals

  • Support for education attainment

  • Career counseling

  • Basic healthcare

  • Connection to mental health care

Eligibility

LGBTQ+ youth and young adults (age 18 to 21) who are overcoming homelessness and are a victim of crime

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Call or email for more information

  • Enroll on the wait list

Inpatient Services

Inpatient Services

Services provided in a hospital where a person stays overnight either because there is a psychiatric emergency or because the person needs mental health treatment that can only be done in the hospital. Admission can be voluntary or involuntary. 

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Psychiatric Inpatient Hospital Services

These are services provided in a licensed psychiatric hospital based on the determination of a licensed mental health professional that the person requires intensive 24-hour mental health treatment.

Individuals are admitted to inpatient services when they have a mental illness, or symptoms of mental illness, that cannot be safely treated at a lower level of care, and, because of the mental illness or symptoms of mental illness, they: 

  • Represent a current danger to themselves or others, or significant property destruction 

  • Are prevented from providing for or using food, clothing or shelter 

  • Present a severe risk to they physical health 

  • Have a recent, significant deterioration in ability to function, and 

  • Need psychiatric evaluation, medication treatment, or other treatment that can only be provided in the hospital.

Accessing Inpatient Services

Members of the Sacramento County Mental Health Plan and the uninsured must go to the Sacramento County Mental Health Treatment Center or call the Access Team for assessment.

  • Sacramento County Mental Health Treatment Center

2150 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95817

Phone: 916-875-1000

Hours: 24 hours per day/ 7 days per week

  • Mental Health Access Team

Phone: (916) 875-1055

TTY/TDD: (916) 876-8892

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

After Hours: (888) 881-4881

Individuals with private insurance should contact the insurance number on the back of their medical card to find out information about their inpatient benefits. This should be done prior to a crisis.

Regardless of insurance, in an emergency, call 9-1-1 or take the person to a hospital emergency room. 

An emergency is a serious mental or emotional problem such as: 

  • When a person is a danger to himself, herself, or others because of what seems like a mental illness, or 

  • When a person cannot get or use the food, shelter, or clothing they need because of what seems like a mental illness.

Admission

Individuals may be voluntarily or involuntarily to a psychiatric inpatient hospital.

 

Voluntary admission

An individual agrees to go into and/or stay in the hospital. They can choose to leave at any time as long as they are not a danger to themselves and can take care of their own basic needs (e.g., food, housing and clothing needs).

Involuntary admission 

Hospitals may keep an individual for up to 72 hours without their permission. Hospitals can do this when the hospital thinks you are likely to harm yourself or someone else and that you are unable to take care of your own food, housing and clothing needs. The hospital will tell you in writing what they are doing and what your rights are. If doctors think you need to stay for more than 72 hours, you have the right to a lawyer and a hearing before a judge. The hospital will tell you how to ask for this.

Outpatient Services

Sacramento County Outpatient Services

Sacramento County's new Community Outreach Recovery Empowerment (CORE) Program provides services to all

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Sacramento County has transformed the Wellness and Recovery Center, Regional Support Team, Guest House, and TCORE Programs into the new Community Outreach Recovery Empowerment (CORE) Program.  The CORE Program is operated by the following agencies: Bay Area Community Services (BACS), El Hogar, Hope Cooperative, and Turning Point.​​

 

CORE provides specialty mental health outpatient services at 10 sites throughout Sacramento County for Medi-Cal eligible residents. In addition to these sites, services are delivered in the community, wherever requested.​ Each CORE site has a co-located peer run community wellness center, which is open to any Sacramento County adult seeking meaningful activities.

CORE was designed through feedback and input gathered from consumers, family members of consumers, direct service staff as well as various community stakeholders. CORE combines what stakeholders valued most and adds new enhanced services. Services are strength-based, recovery focused, and flexible. As your needs change, your level of treatment intensity can be adjusted.

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Who is Eligible for CORE Specialty Mental Health Outpatient Services?

Individuals 18 and older who are eligible for Specialty Mental Health Services in Sacramento County.

 

How can residents access the CORE programs?

The CORE Outpatient Program requires a referral through the Sacramento County Mental Health Access Team. The Access team determines eligibility for services by conducting a phone screening. Service Requests can be made in the following methods:

  • By phone: (916) 875-1055 or toll free at (888) 881-4881. Deaf and hard of hearing individuals may contact the Access Team by TTY/TDD at (916) 876-8892 or California Relay 711. 

  • By mail: Send a Service Request form to

Sacramento County Mental Health Access Team

7001-A East Parkway, Suite 700, Sacramento, CA 95823

CORE Community Wellness Centers (CWC)

Any adult in Sacramento County may utilize services at any of the 10 CORE CWCs without a referral. Although the CWCs are not specific to any community we have listed them in the Wellness Center/Drop-in section of this page.

Parent Support

Parent support services provide education, resources and support to parents including respite care, housing assistance, mental health services, group support, and system navigation.

Parent Support

4625 44th St., Suite 13, Sacramento, CA 95820

(916) 559-4809

Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Provides support to Black mothers through all stages of pregnancy (prenatal through postpartum) to ensure a positive & healthy experience.

Services

  • Dedicated pregnancy coach

  • Doula care

  • Lactation support

  • Mommy Mingles support group

  • Health and wellness education and activities including yoga, meditation, mindfulness and nutrition education

Eligibility

  • 30 weeks pregnant or less

  • Identify as African American/Black

  • Sacramento County resident

  • Low income/living in poverty

 

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call to connect with the enrollment coordinator

5523 34th St., Sacramento, CA 95820  |  (916) 452-3601 

3301 37th Ave., Sacramento, CA 95824  |  (916) 210-8733

Monday through Friday  |  8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Provides a number of programs for parents and families.

Services Offered

  • Family Partner & Youth Advocate program

  • Birth and Beyond Family Resource Center

  • Parenting classes

  • Car seat workshops

  • Parent Support Group (for those with children 0 to 5 years old)

  • Early Learners Playgroup (for children age 2 to 4 years old)

Eligibility

Programs are for parents and families. Some programs have age requirements for children.

Cost

Free

 

How to Access Services

Call for information and assistance

Phone Support

Community-specific phone, text and chat support offering immediate assistance, counseling, and resource referrals.

Phone
Amala Youth Hopeline

(855) 952-6252

Call - Monday, Wednesday, Friday, & Weekends 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Text - Wednesday & Sunday 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

A free, confidential, culturally competent peer counseling service for Muslim Youth that provides supportive listening and care, service referrals, and community information. 

My Sister's House

(916) 428-3271

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides culturally appropriate and responsive services and supports to Asian & Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.

SAGE National LGBT Elder Hotline

(877) 360-LGBT (5428)

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Crisis and emotional support for LGBT+ older adults.

​The Living Room: African American Suicide Prevention Project​

(916) 234-0178 or (916) 807-7820

Monday - Friday 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Provides services and supports to help Black and African American community members manage their emotional wellness.

The Trevor Project

(866) 488-7386  |  Text START To 678-678  |  CHAT

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides confidential crisis support and suicide prevention services for LGBTQ+ youth who are struggling with coming out, LGBTQ+ identity, depression and suicide. 

Trans Lifeline

(877) 565-8860

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

A confidential and anonymous, peer support line for transgender individuals and their friends and family. 

Respite Programs

Respite Programs

Respite programs provide a safe environment for participants to increase their knowledge of available supports, how to access them, improve their well-being, reduce stress, increase connectedness and reduce feelings of isolation.

1015 20th St., Sacramento, CA 95811

(916) 442-0185, EXT. 100

Tuesday & Thursday  |  10:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Program Description

Lambda Lounge provides a safe place for LGBTQ+ adults to chill, access resources, or to just talk to someone.

Services

  • Drop-in mental health respite care

  • Support and recovery groups

  • Community resource navigation

Eligibility

LGBTQ+ adults (age 25 and older)

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Drop-in

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This program is funded by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services through the voter approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).

1015 20th St., Sacramento, CA 95811 |  (916) 442-0185, EXT. 107

Monday through Friday  |  12:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Weekends  |  10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Program Description

Supports vulnerable and homeless LGBT youth (ages 13-24) to improve their health, economic status, self-esteem, and self-sufficiency for making positive life choices.

Services

  • Workshops

  • LGBTQ+ library

  • Social activities

  • Computer lab

  • Free HIV testing

  • Free counseling

  • Basic need support (clothing, laundry, shower)

  • Survival supplies

  • Support groups

Eligibility

LGBTQ+ youth and allies (age 13 to 23)

 

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Walk-in, or email to learn more about resources offered.

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This program is funded by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services through the voter approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).

Suicide Prevention Services

7273 14th Ave., Suite 120B, Sacramento, CA 95820 

(916) 383-6783

Monday through Thursday  |  8:00 am to 7:00 pm

Fridays  |  8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Suicide prevention outreach program for the Cantonese, Hmong and Vietnamese speaking communities in Sacramento

 

Services

  • Suicide prevention education

  • Skills classes 

  • Support groups

  • Community building activities

Eligibility

Cantonese, Hmong and Vietnamese speaking community members

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for schedule of services

3555 Auburn Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95821

(916) 616-2397  |  SCC@CRHkids.org  |  Facebook

Program Description

Suicide prevention services and supports for homeless, foster and LGBTQ+ youth.

Services

  • Education and support groups​

  • Case management

  • Peer support

  • Connection to community resources and emergency supplies (for homeless and runaway youth)

Eligibility

LGBTQ+, foster and homeless youth/young adults (age 12-25)

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call to access services

5523 34th St., Sacramento, CA 95820   (916) 452-3601 

3301 37th Ave., Sacramento, CA 95824  |  (916) 210-8733

Monday through Friday |  8:30 am to 5:00 pm

After hours call: (916) 227-2600

Program Description

Connects the Latino community with suicide prevention resources and intervention training.

Services

  • Suicide prevention resources

  • Intervention workshops

  • Risk awareness workshops

  • Support groups

  • Senior companion groups

  • Community events

Eligibility

Latino community members of all ages

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services​

George Simms Community Center

6207 Logan St., Sacramento, CA 95824

Tuesdays 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Program Description

Provides Iu Mien older adults with health and wellness education, community connection, information about community resources, and support.

Services

  • Health and wellness education

  • Community events

  • Tai Chi

  • Activities to promote a sense of community (sharing stories, discussing current events)

  • Information about community resources

Eligibility

Iu Mien older adults (40 or older)

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

See website for more details

5657 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95824

(916) 383-3083

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Connects the Latino community with suicide prevention resources and intervention training.

Services

  • Suicide prevention resources

  • Intervention workshops

  • Risk awareness workshops

  • Support groups

  • Senior companion groups

  • Community events

Eligibility

Latino community members of all ages

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services​

2020 J St., Sacramento, CA 95811

(916) 341-0575

Monday through Friday |  7:30 am - 5:00 am (Opens at 10:00 am on the first & third Wednesdays of the month)

Program Description

Provides learning, healing, and prevention activities that are culturally rooted, focused on building relationships, and create a sense of safety and belonging.

Services

  • Youth programming

  • Family support

  • Mental health clinic services

  • Cultural programming

  • Suicide prevention and intervention training

Eligibility

Open to all American Indian/Alaska Native community members

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for more information about community programming

George Simms Community Center

6207 Logan St., Sacramento, CA 95824

Fridays  |  5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Program Description

A weekly peer-run youth program that offers a safe and fun environment for youth to socialize with their peers through positive activities. The program provides opportunities to increase knowledge about the Iu Mien and other cultures in their community, identify healthy and unhealthy signs of mental and physical health issues, and develop leadership and social skills.

Services

  • Skills workshops

  • Recreational activities and group outings

  • Peer support

  • Leadership development

  • Community and cultural awareness

  • Volunteer opportunities

Eligibility

Iu Mien youth (ages 12 to 21)

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Drop in every Friday. Time and location may vary depending on occasion. Please contact the program coordinator for weekly updates on activities:

lai.saelee@iumiencommunityservices.org

2117 Cottage Way, Sacramento, CA 95825

(916) 925-1071

Program Description

Provides family health promotion, community development services as well as immigration and naturalization education and training for Slavic people living in the greater Sacramento Area.

Services

  • Radio program: Hope for the Future

    • Every Monday & Wednesday at 6:00 pm on 1690AM

  • Community Workshops​

Eligibility

Russian-speaking Slavic community members of all ages

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for information on workshops

7000 Franklin Blvd., Suite 1020, Sacramento, CA 95823

4704 Roseville Rd., Suite 110, North Highlands, CA 95660 

(916) 234-0178  |  aaspp@achurchforall.org

Monday through Friday  |  3:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Program Description

The Living Room provides support to Black and African American community during difficult times that can help manage emotional well-being.

Services

  • Crisis Intervention (by phone and in-person)

  • Individual peer counseling

  • Transportation

  • Case management

  • Mental health and social services referrals

  • Support groups​

Eligibility

Black/African American community members

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services​

Wellness Centers

Wellness/Drop-in Centers

Community based multi-service centers that offer an array of comprehensive services and wellness activities designed to support clients in their recovery goals. This section also includes Sacramento County's CORE Wellness Centers which is open to everyone!

7273 14th Ave., Suite 120B, Sacramento, CA 95820 

(916) 383-6783

Monday through Thursday  |  8:00 am to 7:00 pm

Fridays  |  8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

Provides community activities in a safe, welcoming environment including classes and groups structured to address community identified needs.

Services

  • Skills classes 

  • Support groups

  • Community building activities

  • Prevention programs to help address community identified needs

Eligibility

Asian and Pacific Islander communities

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for schedule of classes, workshops, & events

CORE Sycamore

9333 Tech Center Dr, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95826  |  916-379-7964

Monday through Friday  |  8:00 am to 4:00pm

CORE Cedar

4600 47th Ave, Suite 111, Sacramento, CA 95824  |  916-318-0141

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Program Description

BACS Wellness Centers are a hub for support for individuals with behavioral health challenges, who want to manage symptoms and move forward with their lives in healthy and positive ways.

Services

  • Peer support

  • Nutrition and healthy eating support

  • Linkage to community resources

  • Employment resources

  • Housing resources

  • Peer led groups that focus on skill building, coping skills, and symptom management

Eligibility

All adults (18 years and older) in Sacramento County

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Refer to website for schedule of activities

  • Drop-in for support

CORE Marigold

8421 Auburn Blvd, Suite 162, Citrus Heights, CA 95610​  |  916-441-3819

Monday through Friday  |  8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Saturdays  |  10:00 am - 6:00 pm​

CORE Mariposa

600 Bercut Dr, Sacramento, CA 95811  |  916-440-1500

Monday through Friday  |  8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Saturdays  |  10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Program Description

The Community Wellness Center connects individuals to needed mental health and supportive resources by acting as a drop-in center for all interested community members.

Services

  • Peer support

  • Support groups

  • Social outings

  • Linkage to community resources

Eligibility

All adults (18 years and older) in Sacramento County

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Refer to website for schedule of activities

  • Drop-in for support

CORE Marconi

3737 Marconi Ave, Sacramento, CA 95821

916-480-1801

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Howe Ave. and Downtown locations coming soon!

Program Description

Hope Cooperative's CORE Community Wellness Centers (Centers) offer meaningful activities, including peer-led activities, groups, and experiences that promote principles of Wellness, Recovery and Resiliency. The Centers will serve as both an entry point for individuals who need mental health services as well as ongoing support for individuals stepping down from intensive services or transitioning from the Mental Health Plan.

Services

  • Peer support

  • Support groups

  • Social outings

  • Linkage to community resources

Eligibility

All adults (18 years and older) in Sacramento County

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Refer to website for schedule of activities

  • Drop-in for support

7000 Franklin Blvd., Suite 1020, Sacramento, CA 95823

4704 Roseville Rd., Suite 110, North Highlands, CA 95660 

(916) 234-0178  |  aaspp@achurchforall.org

Monday through Friday  |  3:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Program Description

The Living Room provides support to Black and African American community during difficult times that can help manage emotional well-being.

Services

  • Crisis Intervention (by phone and in-person)

  • Individual peer counseling

  • Transportation

  • Case management

  • Mental health and social services referrals

  • Support groups​

Eligibility

Black/African American community members

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services​

CORE Elk Grove

9340 E. Stockton Blvd, Elk Grove, CA 95624​  | 916-509-8198

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 5:00 pm​​

CORE Madison

3628 Madison Ave, Suite 6, North Highlands, CA 95660  |  916-388-3231

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 5:00 pm​​

CORE Rosin

3810 Rosin Ct, Suite 170, Sacramento. CA 95834  | 916-567-4222

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 5:00 pm​​

Program Description

TPCP CORE Community Wellness Centers are peer-led and provide recovery-oriented support services and activities that enhance connectedness and decreased isolation.

Services

  • Education and support groups

  • Peer support

  • Coaching and mentoring

  • Linkage to community resources

  • Other services that promote individualized wellness

Eligibility

All adults (18 years and older) in Sacramento County

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Refer to website for schedule of activities

  • Drop-in for support

520 9th St., Suite 102, Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 269-4103

Program Description

Provides culturally affirming holistic wellness and practical supports for Black and African American community members.

Services

  • Individual, confidential assessments and empowerment plans

  • Case management and navigation supports

  • Culturally congruent support groups

  • Life skills education and coaching

  • Stress reduction, nutrition and fitness education, and classes

  • Financial empowerment classes and coaching

  • Employment and training counseling

Eligibility

Black/African American community members

 

Cost

Free

 

Referral Process

  • Call or email to get connected with resources and support

  • See website for current list of support groups

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This program is funded by the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services through the voter approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).

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