|AACI: Family and Children Mental Health
Mental health services for families and children in a wide range of languages with a focus on providing culturally appropriate care. For referrals, contact the Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services Call Center (800) 704-0900.
|Adolescent Counseling Services
Crisis Intervention, Direct Counseling, On-Campus Programs at Middle & High Schools, Outpatient Substance Abuse Counseling, LGBTQIA+ Support and Advocacy.
Bill Wilson Center: Youth and Family Mental Health Services
Services for youth experiencing behavioral and/or mental health issues. Available for children, adolescents and adults up to age 21 and their families who have full scope MediCal insurance as their primary insurance provider.
Center for Children and Youth - A division of Jewish Family and Children’s Services
Offers a full range of childhood assessment and diagnostic testing, and subsequent actions plans, for development and mental health challenges. Clinical services include Child and Family Therapy, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Occupational Therapy, and School and Learning Challenges.
|Children’s Health Council
Counseling & Intervention for infants and youth with emotional, behavioral, and learning challenges. Services also include screenings for Autism/Kindergarten Readiness/Speech-Language/Fine Motor Skills, evaluations for concerns related to Autism/Anxiety/Depression/ADHD/Learning Challenges, educational services to help children and teens adapt to challenges in the classroom, and a parent resource center.
|Community Health Awareness Council
Offers many different kinds of mental health services and psychotherapy for children, adolescents, adults, older adults, and couples as well as psychological assessment services for children, adolescents and adults. Services are provided on a sliding scale.
|Counseling and Support for Youth (CASSY)
On-campus individual, family and group counseling sessions, crisis intervention and treatment, proactive mental health education and peer mediation, free of charge. Provides school staff with training on mental health issues and support staff in handling issues. Provides parent education and community outreach.
|Family and Children Services of Silicon Valley
Individual and family counseling for children, teens and adults in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, relationships, and other emotional and mental health concerns - sliding fee scale services are available. Also offers services in family violence and abuse prevention, substance use disorder, LGBTQ support and counseling, and school-based services. Provides specialized services for children and adults who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
|Gronowski Center (Palo Alto University)
Counseling, psychotherapy, and assessment services for adults, children, adolescents, older adults, couples and families on a sliding scale fee basis. Services are provided by doctoral-level student therapists under the close supervision of licensed clinical psychologists. Includes specialty services for the LGBTQ and LatinX communities.
|Momentum for Health
Services are provided through referral only. Referrals accepted from the County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Call Center (800-704-0900), case managers, or a care provider. Services include Youth Acute Outpatient Program, Youth Drop-In Center, Adult Outpatient Program, Adult Acute Outpatient Program, Addiction Treatment, Intensive Outpatient Program, Adult Residential Treatment, Crisis Residential Treatment, and Supportive Services.
|REACH (Raising Early Awareness and Creating Hope)
Associated with Momentum for Health and Starlight Community Services - Provides intervention and prevention services for individuals, aged 10-25, who are at risk for or experiencing early psychosis. Services include psycho -education for the community, phone and in-person consultations, multi-disciplinary assessments, individual and family counseling, crisis management, medication management, and occupational therapy.
|Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services
The Behavioral Health Call Center is the entry point to all Santa Clara County behavioral health services. Services for individuals and families include behavioral health urgent care, emergency psychiatric services, inpatient and outpatient services, community mobile response team, substance use services, suicide crisis and prevention, and a behavioral health navigator program.