Mental Health Resources

Call Center for Mental Health Services: 800-704-0900

Mental Health Urgent Care: 408-885-7855

NAMI: 408-453-0400

Information and Referral: 211

Suicide and Crisis Hotline 24/7: 1-855-278-4204

Crisis Text Line: Text RENEW to 741741

“Navigating a mental health crisis” – A NAMI resource guide for those experiencing a mental health emergency

A NAMI resource Guide for those experiencing a mental health emergency. This extremely useful guide has tips on how to help yourself or a loved one during a mental health crisis, such as:

  • Warning signs of a mental health emergency
  • What to do in a mental health crisis
  • What to expect from mental health treatment
  • Other types of crises (family member missing or arrested)

Preparing for a crisis: crisis planning and portable treatment record (such as the AB1424)

Substance Use Treatment

Substance use treatment- Gateway: 1-800-488-9919

Adult and Older Adults

Adult & Older Adult Behavioral Health: 408-885-7575

Sourcewise: 408-350-3200; mysourcewise.com

Meals on Wheels Program: 408-350-3246

Friendship Line- Older Adults: 800-971-0016

Transitional Age Youth (Ages 14-25)

Uplift Family Services: 408-379-9085

Uplift Child and Adolescent Mobile Crisis Program- 877-412-7474

REACH (Raising Early Awareness and Creating Hope): 855-273-2248

Bill Wilson Center 24/7 Teen Line: 1-888-247-7717

LGBTQ Youth Space: 408-343-7940

Chat 4 Teens: www.chat4teens.org

Emergency Food and Shelter

Homeless Helpline operated by HomeFirst: 408-510-7600

Second Harvest Food Bank Food Connection Line: 1-800-984-3663

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