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Behavioral Health Resources for Adults

The following list of mental health resources are the mental health programs and services available to adults in Sacramento County who are over the age of 18. Most services listed have few, if any, eligibility requirements, do not require insurance, and are free or low cost.

 

The list includes those in Sacramento County that are funded by the Division of Behavioral Health Services, as well as State and National resources. Services may be listed more than once.

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

Community-based therapeutic or peer counseling services to address mental health issues for general or specific community members.

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

Monday - Friday | 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM for virtual appointments  

Saturday | 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM , Monday - Friday | 9:00 PM - 5:00 PM for in-person appointments

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-Conforming 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 9:30 and 4:30 pm for Harm Reduction Services

  • Email: frontdesk@ghcmail.org

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

6000 J St., Eureka Hall, Rm. 421, Sacramento, CA 95819  |  (916) 278-6252  |  ccds@csus.edu

Monday - Friday 8:00 am -- 5:00 pm (closed 12-1pm)

Program Description

Provides affordable counseling and educational testing services for individuals, couples, families and children (available September through December and February through May).

Services

  • Marriage, couple and family counseling

  • Career counseling

  • Rehabilitation counseling

  • Diagnostic testing for learning disabilities

Eligibility

  • People living in the Sacramento Region

  • NOT for Sacramento State Students

Cost

  • Counseling: $100 for 14 sessions (approximately 7 dollars a session)

  • Diagnostic Testing: $200

How to Access Services

  • Services by appointment only

  • Complete the referral form or call 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 

UC Davis Early Psychosis Program

2230 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95817  |  (916) 734-3574

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

Program Description

Programs and services for individuals experiencing symptoms of early psychosis designed to prevent deterioration and hospitalization wherever possible. Services are family-centered, culturally sensitive, and address the specific needs of each individual, their family and the community.

 

Services

  • Psychiatric assessments

  • 2 years of early psychosis treatment

  • Medication and case management

  • Illness education for clients and their families

  • Support groups

  • Employment support for clients 

SacEDAPT Clinic

Eligibility

  • Age 12 to 30 

  • Sacramento County residents 

  • Medi-Cal eligible or uninsured

  • Experiencing the symptoms of early psychosis

  1. Onset of psychotic symptoms in the past 2 years

  2. Sub-threshold symptoms of psychosis​

  3. Recent deterioration in youth with a parent or sibling with a psychotic disorder

EDAPT Clinic

Eligibility

  • Age 12 to 40

  • Experiencing the symptoms of early psychosis:

  1. Onset of psychotic symptoms in the past 2 years

  2. Sub-threshold symptoms of psychosis​

  3. Recent deterioration in youth with a parent or sibling with a psychotic disorder

Cost

Private insurance or self-pay

How to Access Services

  • If you or someone you know is interested in clinical services through SacEDAPT/EDAPT please contact 916-734-7251.

  • UCD Physicians refer patients via EPIC.

1900 K St., Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 920-2952

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Provides support and services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.

Services

  • 24-hour crisis and information line

  • Group/individual counseling

  • Emergency shelter and housing

  • Legal assistance

  • Case management

  • Advocacy

  • Financial education and skills building​

Eligibility

  • Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, & sex trafficking

  • Couples or Family Counseling may be offered based on assessment of safety & needs

Cost

Free 

How to Access Services

Call for assistance

Crisis Services

Crisis Services

Mental health support for community members experiencing an urgent mental health problem that cannot wait for a regular, scheduled appointment.

Call or text 988  |  For TTY Users: dial 711 then 988

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States.

Services

  • Suicide prevention crisis phone line

  • Crisis chat available online

  • Online Information and resources

Eligibility

  • Anyone experiencing a mental health crisis and/or are considering suicide

  • Individuals concerned about a friend or loved one who is considering suicide

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call, text, or chat for support

9916 Zion Way, Sacramento, CA 95827

(916) 287-4860

Program Description

Provides respite care for family caregivers of people diagnosed with cognitive disorders, primarily dementia.

Services

  • Respite care

  • Family consultation

  • Home visits 

  • Assessment to develop a care plan 

  • Support groups

  • Short-term counseling

  • Legal/financial consultation

Eligibility

  • Age 18 and older

  • Have a psychiatric disability

  • Have a TB clearance

  • Have two weeks of sobriety

  • Be able to manage their own medication

  • Not currently at risk for self harm

  • No physical disability that affects mobility

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call (916) 287-4860 to arrange a phone screening to determine eligibility.

(800) 843-5200

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

cycl@calyouth.org

Program Description

Free statewide emergency response and referral system for youth (age 12-24) and families in crisis.

Services

  • Phone support

  • Crisis intervention counseling

  • Resource referrals

Eligibility

Youth (12-24) 

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

​Call for immediate support

8241 Auburn Blvd., Suite 265, Citrus Heights, CA 95610  |  (916) 728-9333

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Program Description

Provides services for youth who have been commercially sexually exploited or at risk for being exploited. 

Services 

  • Community-based engagement

  • Crisis support

  • Linkage to resources

  • Group activities

  • Peer support

  • Short-term mental health services

Eligibility

Adult caregivers (age 18 & older) for anyone living with cognitive disorders

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for information and assistance

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 - 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

Community Support Team

(916) 874-6015  |  Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Community Support Team brochure

Program Description

Provides respite care for family caregivers of people diagnosed with cognitive disorders, primarily dementia.

Services

  • Respite care

  • Family consultation

  • Home visits 

  • Assessment to develop a care plan 

  • Support groups

  • Short-term counseling

  • Legal/financial consultation

Eligibility

Sacramento County residents of all ages

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services

Crisis Navigation Program

933 Tech Center Dr., Suite 100, Sacramento, CA, 95826

(510) 613-0330

Program Description

Assists community members with navigating mental health services following treatment for a mental health crisis at an emergency room or inpatient hospital. 

Services

  • Crisis intervention

  • Wellness planning

  • Short-term resource navigation assistance and linkage to services (up to 60 days)

Eligibility

Sacramento County residents (all ages) currently receiving services for a mental health crisis in a Sacramento County emergency room or psychiatric hospital

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Referrals must come from an emergency department or an inpatient psychiatric hospital

4533 Pasadena Ave., Sacramento, CA 95821 |  (916) 679-3600

6699 South Land Park Dr., Sacramento, CA 95831  |  (916) 394-2000

24-hours/7-days a week

Program Description

The Sacramento Crisis Nursery is a family-strengthening program, where parents can bring their children ages 0-5 to one of two Sacramento nurseries for emergency childcare services or overnight care during difficult times.

Services

  • Emergency childcare services provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year  (Children may stay up to 30-days)

  • Crisis intervention services and case management support for the family

 

Eligibility

  • Children (age 0 to 5) of parents experiencing difficult times or a crisis.*​

  • High priority cases receive preference

  • Does not serve foster children or children requiring excessive one-to-one supervision

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Call for appointment and space availability

  • Wait-list available

Examples of crisis situations

  • A sudden illness or accident

  • Feelings of desperation or helplessness

  • Emotional distress or frustration

  • Domestic violence

  • Homelessness

  • Drug or alcohol treatment

  • A medical or mental health situation

  • Employment or housing situation

Crisis Text Line

Text HOME to 741741 |  Facebook Messenger

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Free crisis text counseling for any mental health crisis.

Services

Crisis counseling

Eligibility

Anyone experiencing a mental health crisis

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

650 Howe Ave, Building 400-B, Sacramento, CA 95825 | (916) 441-0123 

3737 Marconi Ave, Sacramento, CA 95821 

650 Howe Ave. #300, Sacramento, CA 95825

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

Website: https://hopecoop.org/services/

Program Description

Respite care (up to 23 hours) for adults experiencing a mental health crisis, but are not in immediate danger to self, or others.

Services

  • Safe, stable, and supportive place to stay for up to 23 hours

  • Individualized resource plan

  • Linkage to resources

  • Transportation to the Center may be available

  • Individual/group counseling

  • Crisis intervention

  • Assessments

  • Discharge planning

  • Case management

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and over) experiencing a mental health crisis but who are not in immediate danger to self or others

Cost

Depends on services. Call for assistance. Medi-Cal accepted.

How to Access Services

Call for intake

1 (866) 331-9474  |  Text “LOVEIS” to 22522

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Free confidential information, support, and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their romantic relationships.

Services

  • Crisis counseling

  • Confidential support with questions about dating and relationships

  • Education on healthy relationships and personal safety

  • Advocacy

Eligibility

  • Teens and young adults (age 13-26)

  • Concerned family members, teachers, counselors and other youth caregivers

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call, text, chat for immediate assistance

Mental Health 24-Hour Crisis Line

(888) 881-4881 or (916) 875-1055

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Assists uninsured residents who are having a mental health crisis with finding treatment and services.

Services

  • Telephone screening assessment

  • Determines service eligibility 

  • Linkage to services

  • Information and referral

Eligibility

Individuals without mental health benefits

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services

2130 Stockton Blvd., Bldg. 300, Sacramento, CA 95817  |  (916) 520-2460

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Provides urgent mental health care to anyone experiencing a mental health and/or a co-occurring substance abuse crisis.

Services

  • Counseling

  • Crisis interventions

  • Evaluations and assessments

  • Peer and family support

  • Referrals and linkages to community resources

  • Brief medication management services (excluding controlled substances)

Eligibility

Anyone experiencing a mental health and/or co-occurring substance abuse crisis. See flyer for more details.

Cost

  • Does not turn anyone away due to a lack of funds

  • Accepts Medi-Cal

How to Access Services

Walk-in

(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

8401 Jackson Rd., Sacramento, CA 95825 

(916) 453-1482  |  info@saintjohnsprogram.org

Program Description

Provides mental health and supportive services for adult women, including those with children, who are in a crisis that may be severe but is not life-threatening or in need of psychiatric hospitalization.

Services

  • Immediate crisis intervention

  • Private respite housing for up to 7 days

  • Individual/family therapy

  • Mental health evaluations

  • Peer counseling and support

  • Case management

  • Resource referrals

  • Family intervention  

Eligibility

  • Women age 18 and older

  • Women with children (2 months to 18 years old, if in high school. All children must fully vaccinated)

  • Must be experiencing an immediate mental health crisis that is not life-threatening or requires psychiatric hospitalization

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services

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

(916) 891-0211 |  therippleeffect@achurchforall.org

Program Description

Peer-based mental health respite services for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis, which is not life threatening or in need of psychiatric hospitalization.

Services

  • Peer counseling

  • Care coordination

  • Resource referrals

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 to 70) who are not a danger to themselves or others, and not eligible for psychiatric hospitalization

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for an appointment

2750 Sutterville Rd. Sacramento, 95820

(916) 787-7678  |  thesource@kidshome.org  | Chat  |  Facebook

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Provides support to youth up to 26 years old and caregivers during times of crisis and struggle.

Services

  • Crisis support for youth and their caregivers

  • Hotline for youth and families (24/7)

  • Case management

  • Referrals and resources

  • Respite activities

  • Support groups for caregivers

Eligibility

  • Youth (up to age 26) in crisis or struggling

  • Caregivers

  • Priority given to current and former foster youth, or a caregiver of a foster youth

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call, text, or chat for support

Hours vary by provider

Provider List

Program Description

Provides a crisis residential program (up to 30 days) to help young adults successful transition back to community living after a psychiatric crisis. Admission is voluntary.

Services

  • Individual/group counseling, & psychiatry

  • Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP) 

  • Linkages to housing, education, vocational, healthcare, and other community-based services

Eligibility

  • Sacramento County young adults (age 18 to 29) 

  • Available to those with or without Medi-Cal

  • Download the referral check list

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Referrals must come from a physician or the Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic. 

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

Support available 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

Dial 988, then press 1  |  For TTY: Call 711, enter 988 then press 1

Text: 838255  |  Chat 

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

A free, confidential crisis line for veterans, current service members and their families.

Services

  • Crisis intervention

  • Linkage to resources

Eligibility

All veterans, service members, their family and friends

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call, text, or chat for immediate support

1900 K St., Sacramento, CA 95811  |  (916) 920-2952

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Provides support and services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.

Services

  • 24-hour crisis and information line

  • Group/individual counseling

  • Emergency shelter and housing

  • Legal assistance

  • Case management

  • Advocacy

  • Financial education and skills building​

Eligibility

  • Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, & sex trafficking

  • Couples or Family Counseling may be offered based on assessment of safety & needs

Cost

Free 

How to Access Services

Call for assistance

Homeless Services

Homeless Services

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

Program Description

Staffed with Counselors and Peers, HEART uses a phased approach to help encampment and shelter residents link to needed behavioral health services and support.

Services

  • Linkage to behavioral health services and support

  • Housing support

  • Mental health and substance use screenings

Eligibility

  • Anyone experiencing homelessness in Sacramento County

  • Shelters

  • Encampments

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

If you are calling to refer someone else experiencing homelessness,

​​

  • Call (916) 875-1720. 

1351 North C Street, Sacramento, CA 95811

(916) 441-4961

Monday through Friday  |  7:00 am to 2:00 pm

Program Description

Provides services and supports for homeless individuals and families.

Services

  • Mental health services

  • Basic health care

  • Basic services (meals, showers, laundry etc.)

  • Respite space

  • Specific services for women and children

  • Legal services

  • Essential survival supplies

Eligibility

Anyone experiencing homelessness in Sacramento County

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Drop-in

2450 Alhambra Blvd, Suite 101, Sacramento, CA 95817

(916) 453-2900

Program Description

The Connections program serves Sacramento and provides housing and services to keep formerly homeless young people ages 18-24  from returning to homelessness.

Services

  • Transitional Housing

  • Individualized Case Management (up to 24 months)

Eligibility

Formerly homeless young people ages 18-24

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services

7270 East Southgate Dr., Sacramento, CA, 95823

(916) 393-8387

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

Program Description

Provides services and supports for veterans and their families.

 

Services

  • Housing support

  • Case management

  • Individual/group counseling

  • Employment services

  • Art therapy

  • Substance abuse treatment

Eligibility

Veterans and their families/friends

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for assistance

(916) 454-2120

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Program Description

Supportive housing options and services for individuals and families with children who are experiencing homelessness. Programs offer direct services, housing, employment, healthcare, and education to its clients, enabling them to become self-sufficient.

Services

  • Temporary & permanent housing options

  • Mental health services

  • Physical health services

  • Self-sufficiency and life skills workshops

  • Parenting resources

  • Housing relocation assistance

  • Employment readiness services

  • Resource referrals

Eligibility

  • Family Shelter: Homeless families with dependent children under age 18

  • Francis House Center: Individuals and families seeking help and support in ending their housing instability or homelessness (open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm)

  • Singles Interim Housing: Homeless single adults (age 18 and over)

Cost

Free 

How to Access Services

  • Families must register with the Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance (DHA) either in-person or online

  • Adults (age 18 and over) must have a referral from DHA. Call (916) 874-3100 or visit a DHA location

Quinn Cottages

1500 North A St., Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 492-9605

Program Description

Supportive housing and personal development support for those experiencing homelessness and have a documented disability, HIV/AIDS, mental health disorder, or substance use disorder.

Services

  • Residential community

  • Personal development planning

  • Case management

  • Self-sufficiency and life skills workshops

  • Employment readiness services

  • Resource referrals

  • Volunteer opportunities

Eligibility

  • Must be chronically homeless: Homeless for 1yr or longer coming from a place not meant for habitation OR 4 or more episodes of homelessness in one year

  • Must have a documented disability; mental health, substance abuse, HIV or AIDS

  • Must be able to voluntarily commit to sobriety (if in recovery)

Cost

Free 

How to Access Services

Call 211, say your are interested in Quinn Cottages and ask to be connected to a Navigator 

(916) 601-2979  |  admin@wakingthevillage.org

Program Description

Provides programs and services for youth and young adults experiencing homelessness, housing instablity or who are at risk for homelessness.

Services

  • Tubman House: Up to 2 years of housing and support for parenting youth and their children.

  • Audre's Emporium of New Tomorrows: Housing support for LGBTQ+ youth who are homeless and are the victims of a crime

  • Sacramento Prevention and Intervention Team (SacYAPI): Support for any youth experiencing housing instability including system navigation, service referrals, and more

Eligibility

  • Tubman House: Parenting or pregnant youth (age 18 to 24) who are experiencing homelessness

  • Audre's Emporium of New Tomorrows: LGBTQ+ youth (age 18 to 21) who are experiencing homelessness and are the victims of a crime

  • SacYAPI: Any youth (age 12 to 24) experiencing housing instability or homelessness

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services

Waitlist form

815 S St., Sacramento, CA 95811

(916) 504-3313  |  (916) 628-1492 (24-hour shelter line)

Open Daily 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Program Description

Provides homeless and runaway youth with safe shelter, basic safety net & survival services and counseling. The drop-in center serves as the designated Access Point for Sacramento youth to access services in Sacramento County.

Services

  • Emergency shelter (365 days a year)

  • Counseling and mental health respite care

  • Crisis intervention

  • Organized group activities

  • Basic needs: food, showers, & laundry services, physical health services

  • Life skills development

  • Assistance with vital documents (e.g. identification),  housing referrals, and school enrollment

Eligibility

Homeless and runaway youth (age 12 to 24)

 

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Drop-in or call for assistance

Call (833) 333-2946 or text: (916) 860-9819 

Monday through Friday  |  9:00 am to 7:00 pm

Program Description

Provides free, short term services and support to all youth ages 16 to 25 years old in Sacramento County.

Services

  • Outreach

  • Crisis support (by phone, in-person, & online)

  • Peer support

  • Assistance with obtaining California identification and birth certificates

  • Life skills education

  • Health service navigation

  • Mental health assessments for Medi-Cal eligible youth

  • Housing and service referrals

  • Employment and education assistance

  • Assistance with connecting to local social groups

Eligibility

Youth (age16 to 25) in Sacramento County

Cost

Free

 

How to Access Services

Drop-in, call, or visit the website

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. 

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.

Core Flyer

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

(916) 671-2030

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

Program Description

Services, supports, and education for the adoptive community. 

Services

  • Parent and teen support groups

  • Respite drop-off program for parents

  • Respite outings for families, parents and kids

Eligibility

Commercially sexually exploited children or those at risk of being exploited (age 12 to 21)

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call or email for assistance

4533 Pasadena Ave., Sacramento, CA 95821 |  (916) 679-3600

6699 South Land Park Dr., Sacramento, CA 95831  |  (916) 394-2000

24-hours/7-days a week

Program Description

The Sacramento Crisis Nursery is a family-strengthening program, where parents can bring their children ages 0-5 to one of two Sacramento nurseries for emergency childcare services or overnight care during difficult times.

Services

  • Emergency childcare services provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year  (Children may stay up to 30-days)

  • Crisis intervention services and case management support for the family

 

Eligibility

  • Children (age 0 to 5) of parents experiencing difficult times or a crisis.*​

  • High priority cases receive preference

  • Does not serve foster children or children requiring excessive one-to-one supervision

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Call for appointment and space availability

  • Wait-list available

Examples of crisis situations

  • A sudden illness or accident

  • Feelings of desperation or helplessness

  • Emotional distress or frustration

  • Domestic violence

  • Homelessness

  • Drug or alcohol treatment

  • A medical or mental health situation

  • Employment or housing situation

(916) 822-8744  |  helpmegrow@scoe.net 

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

Program Description

Serves and supports families with children (0-5) by providing developmental screenings, resources, advice and recommended activities to facilitate development. 

Services

  • Parent education about developmental milestones

  • Developmental screenings

  • Free online resources and activity recommendations

Eligibility

  • Parents of children (age 0 to 5)

  • Must live in Sacramento County

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call or visit the website for assistance

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

2750 Sutterville Rd. Sacramento, 95820

(916) 787-7678  |  thesource@kidshome.org  | Chat  |  Facebook

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Provides support to youth up to 26 years old and caregivers during times of crisis and struggle.

Services

  • Crisis support for youth and their caregivers

  • Hotline for youth and families (24/7)

  • Case management

  • Referrals and resources

  • Respite activities

  • Support groups for caregivers

Eligibility

  • Youth (up to age 26) in crisis or struggling

  • Caregivers

  • Priority given to current and former foster youth, or a caregiver of a foster youth

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call, text, or chat for support

(916) 890-3000 or 711

24-hours-a-day / 7-days-a-week

Program Description

Provides a crisis residential program (up to 30 days) to help young adults successful transition back to community living after a psychiatric crisis. Admission is voluntary.

Services

  • Individual/group counseling, & psychiatry

  • Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP) 

  • Linkages to housing, education, vocational, healthcare, and other community-based services

Eligibility

  • Sacramento County young adults (age 18 to 29) 

  • Available to those with or without Medi-Cal

  • Download the referral check list

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

  • Referrals must come from a physician or the Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic. 

  • Parents and caregivers take the Crisis Residential Program Referral Form and the LIC602 Form to a physician or the Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic for completion.

    • ​Both forms must be faxed by the doctor’s office or the Urgent Care Clinic to (916) 244-2751

(916) 601-2979  | admin@thewakingvillage.org

Program Description

Provides programs and services for youth and young adults experiencing homelessness, housing instablity or who are at risk for homelessness.

Services

  • Tubman House: Up to 2 years of housing and support for parenting youth and their children.

  • Audre's Emporium of New Tomorrows: Housing support for LGBTQ+ youth who are homeless and are the victims of a crime

  • Sacramento Prevention and Intervention Team (SacYAPI): Support for any youth experiencing housing instability including system navigation, service referrals, and more

Eligibility

Adoptive families living in Sacramento County or who have adopted through Sacramento County (private or foster adoption)

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for information and support

Peer Support Groups

Spaces for individuals with common experiences or concerns to provide emotional and moral support, encouragement, comfort and advice to one another. Substance use disorder support groups are listed on the Substance Use Disorder Prevention and Treatment Services page.

PeerSGs
Group Name
Description
Website
Phone
Asian Pacific Community Counseling
Free support groups for Asian/Pacific Islander community members in native languages.
apccounseling.org
(916) 383-6783
Balanced: Mental Health and Wellness Group
Support group those living with mood disorders. Wednesdays 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
meetup.com
Cal Voices
Free support groups open to the public in Amador and Sacramento counties.
calvoices.org
(916) 366-4600
Capitol Adoptive Families Alliance
Free support groups for the Sacramento County adoptive community for parents and teens.
capadoptfam.org
(916) 671-2030
Children's Receiving Home
Free support groups for homeless, foster and LGBTQ+ youth (age 12-25).
crhkids.org
(916) 616-2397
Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance
Free support groups for adults living with depression or bipolar (age 18 or older to attend support groups).
dbsalliance.org
(800) 826-3632
Friends for Survival
Free grief support groups for family and/or friends dealing with the death of a loved one by suicide.
friendsforsurvival.org
(916) 392-0664 or (800) 646-7322
Healthy Village Senior Group
Free support group for Iu Mien older adults. Monday and Wednesday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.
unitediumien.org
(916) 393-3083
La Familia Counseling Center
Free support groups for Latino individuals and families.
lafcc.org
(916) 210-8733
Lao Family Community Development
Free peer-support groups for diverse refugee, immigrant, limited English, and low-income U.S. born community members.
lfcd.org
(916) 359-2788 or (916) 393-7501
NAMI Sacramento
Free support groups and education classes for consumers, family members and friends of persons living with serious mental illnesses.
namisacramento.org
(916) 890-5467
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
Free support groups for LGBTQ+ individuals (age 13 and older). A current list of support groups is online.
saccenter.org
(916) 442-0185
Sacramento Native American Health Center
Free/low-cost culturally competent, and holistic support groups for SNAHC members and the general community.
snahc.org
(916) 341-0575
Safe Black Space
Free monthly Community Healing Circles and ongoing Emancipation Circles for Black and African American community members.
safeblackspace.org
(530) 683-5101
Society for the Blind
Free support groups for individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing.
societyfortheblind.org
(916) 452-8271
Soul Space
Free support groups for Black and African American Men and Women
ontrackconsulting.org/services-projects/soul-space/
(916) 285-1808
The Living Room: African American Suicide Prevention Project
Free weekly support groups and workshops for Black and African American community members. Register online
aaspp-thelivingroom.org
(916) 234-0178
Phone Support

Phone Support

Phone, text and chat services and supports offer immediate assistance, counseling, and connection to local resources. All phone services listed are free and most are available 24-hours/day, 7-days/week. Some local phone support lines have limited hours. This section includes local, state and national phone support lines.

Organization
Description
Hours
Phone Number
Text Number
SAGE National LGBT Elder Hotline
Crisis and emotional support for LGBT+ older adults.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(877) 360-LGBT (5428)
SAMHSA's National Helpline
Confidential treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
1 (800) 662-HELP (4357
988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
Call 988
Text 988
Amala Hopeline
Confidential, peer counseling service for Muslim Youth.
(Phone) M/W/Fr, Sat & Sun 6pm - 10pm (Text) Wed & Sun 6pm - 10:00 pm
(855) 952-6252
(855) 952-6252
Cal Voices Consumer Operated Warmline
Non-crisis phone line offering supportive listening, resource referrals, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) groups
Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm
(916) 366-4668
California Youth Crisis Line
Statewide emergency response and referral system for youth (age 12-24) and families in crisis.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(800) 843-5200
(800) 843-5200
Crisis Text Line
Crisis text counseling support ​for any mental health crisis.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
Text HOME to 741741
Friendship Line California
Older Adult crisis intervention hotline and warmline for non-emergency emotional support calls.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
1 (888) 670-1360
Love is Respect
Provides confidential information, support, and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their romantic relationships.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
1 (866) 331-9474
Text “LOVEIS” to 22522
Mental Health 24-Hour Crisis Line
Crisis support and service navigation for uninsured residents of Sacramento County who are having a mental health crisis.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(888) 881-4881 or (916) 875-1055
My Sister's House
Crisis support line for Asian & Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(916) 428-3271
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Provides confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention, information, education, and referral services to help survivors of domestic violence.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(800) 799-7233
Text “Start” to 88788
National Runaway Safeline
Confidential crisis intervention services for homeless and runaway youth, and youth in crisis. Services also available for parents and families.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(800) RUNAWAY (786-2929)
The Source
Provides support to youth up to 26 years old and caregivers during times of crisis and struggle.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(916) 787-7678
(916) 787-7678
The Trevor Project
Confidential crisis support and suicide prevention services for LGBTQ+ youth struggling with coming out, LGBTQ+ identity, depression and suicide. 
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(866) 488-7386
TEXT "START" TO 678-678
Trans Lifeline
Confidential and anonymous peer support line for transgender individuals and their friends/family.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(877) 565-8860
VA Caregiver Support Line
A support line for veterans and their caregivers.
Monday - Friday 5am to 7pm & Sat 5am to 2pm
1 (855) 260-3274 (toll-free)
Veteran's Crisis Line
Confidential crisis line for veterans, current service members and their families.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
Dial 988 (press 1)
TEXT: 838255
WEAVE 24-Hour Support and Information Line
Provides immediate intervention and support to survivors of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.
24-hours/day, 7-days/week
(916) 920-2952
Youth Help Network
Outreach and crisis support to youth (16-25).
Monday - Friday 9am-7pm
(916) 860-9819
(916) 860-9819
​The Living Room: African American Suicide Prevention Project​
Phone support for Black/African American community members.
Monday - Friday 3pm to 9pm
(916) 234-0178 or (916) 807-7820
Respite Programs

Respite Programs

Calm, safe settings for people to improve well-being, reduce stress, increase connectedness, reduce feelings of isolation, increase their knowledge of available supports and how to access them, and reduce visits to the emergency room and psychiatric hospitals.

9916 Zion Way, Sacramento, CA 95827

(916) 287-4860

Program Description

Provides short-term mental health crisis respite stays for adults living with a psychiatric disability in an effort to avoid the need to access the emergency room or receive acute hospitalization. 

 

Services

  • 7-14 day respite

  • Resource linkage

  • Care management

  • Life skills groups 

  • Transportation 

Eligibility

  • Age 18 and older

  • Have a psychiatric disability

  • Have a TB clearance

  • Have two weeks of sobriety

  • Be able to manage their own medication

  • Not currently at risk for self harm

  • No physical disability that affects mobility

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call (916) 287-4860 to arrange a phone screening to determine eligibility.

(916) 671-2030

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

Program Description

Services, supports, and education for the adoptive community. 

Services

  • Parent and teen support groups

  • Respite drop-off program for parents

  • Respite outings for families, parents and kids

Eligibility

Adoptive families living in Sacramento County or who have adopted through Sacramento County (private or foster adoption)

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for information and support

8241 Auburn Blvd., Suite 265, Citrus Heights, CA 95610

(916) 728-9333

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Program Description

Provides respite care for family caregivers of people diagnosed with cognitive disorders, primarily dementia.

Services

  • Respite care

  • Family consultation

  • Home visits 

  • Assessment to develop a care plan 

  • Support groups

  • Short-term counseling

  • Legal/financial consultation

Eligibility

Adult caregivers (age 18 & older) for anyone living with cognitive disorders

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for information and assistance

(916) 737-7483

24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Program Description

Respite care (up to 23 hours) for adults experiencing a mental health crisis, but are not in immediate danger to self, or others.

Services

  • Safe, stable, and supportive place to stay for up to 23 hours

  • Individualized resource plan

  • Linkage to resources

  • Transportation to the Center may be available

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 and over) experiencing a mental health crisis but who are not in immediate danger to self or others

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for intake

Lambda Lounge

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

7270 East Southgate Dr., Sacramento, CA, 95823

(916) 393-8387

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

Program Description

Provides services and supports for veterans and their families.

 

Services

  • Housing support

  • Case management

  • Individual/group counseling

  • Employment services

  • Art therapy

  • Substance abuse treatment

Eligibility

Veterans and their families/friends

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for assistance

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 – 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.

8401 Jackson Rd., Sacramento, CA 95825 

(916) 453-1482  | info@saintjohnsprogram.org

Program Description

Provides mental health and supportive services for adult women, including those with children, who are in a crisis that may be severe but is not life-threatening or in need of psychiatric hospitalization.

Services

  • Immediate crisis intervention

  • Private respite housing for up to 7 days

  • Individual/family therapy

  • Mental health evaluations

  • Peer counseling and support

  • Case management

  • Resource referrals

  • Family intervention  

Eligibility

  • Women age 18 and older

  • Women with children (2 months to 18 years old, if in high school. All children must fully vaccinated)

  • Must be experiencing an immediate mental health crisis that is not life-threatening or requires psychiatric hospitalization

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for services

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

(916) 891-0211 |  therippleeffect@achurchforall.org

Program Description

Peer-based mental health respite services for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis, which is not life threatening or in need of psychiatric hospitalization.

Services

  • Peer counseling

  • Care coordination

  • Resource referrals

Eligibility

Adults (age 18 to 70) who are not a danger to themselves or others, and not eligible for psychiatric hospitalization

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call for an appointment

815 S St., Sacramento, CA 95811

(916) 504-3313  |  (916) 628-1492 (24-hour shelter line)  |  communityrc@windyouth.org

Daily 8:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Program Description

Provides homeless and runaway youth with safe shelter, basic safety net & survival services and counseling. The drop-in center serves as the designated Access Point for Sacramento youth to reach and receive immediate public assistance.

Services

  • Emergency shelter (365 days a year)

  • Counseling and case management

  • Crisis intervention and management

  • Basic needs: food, showers, & laundry services

  • Mental health respite

  • Life skills development

  • Basic physical health services

  • Assistance with vital documents (e.g. identification)

  • Assistance with housing referrals

  • School enrollment and support

  • Organized group activities

Eligibility

Homeless and runaway youth (age 12 to 24)

Cost

Free

 

How to Access Services

Call for information or drop-in for assistance

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

Cal Voices Consumer Operated Warm Line

720 Howe Ave., Suite 102, Sacramento, CA 95825

(916) 366-4668

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

Program Description

A free non-crisis phone line offering supportive listening, service referrals, and Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) workshops.

Services

  • Supportive listening

  • Coaching and mentoring

  • Referral and linkage to services

  • Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) workshops

  • Community outreach and education

  • Support groups and one-on-one peer support

  • Volunteer training, development and support

Eligibility

No eligibility requirements

Cost

Free

How to Access Services

Call during hours of operation for support

3555 Auburn Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95821

(