Buckelew’s Supported Living Programs services Napa residents with a serious mental illness who are or are at risk of being homeless. The program provides long-term support and services to promote independent living.
Sacramento’s local National Alliance on Mental Illness affiliate. NAMI Sacramento provides local residents with crisis support, communuity resources & warmlines, support groups, couseling, LGBTQ+ support, legal & employment services etc.
Yolo County’s local National Alliance on Mental Illness affiliate. Provides crisis support, support groups, and outside resources for those struggling with a mental illness
Providing supportive housing integrated with mental health services, primary health care, alcohol and drug services, case management and social services to help homeless people living with mental illness gain stability, and live more productive lives.
Star Vista Crisis Center provides crisis services including counseling, prevention, suicide intervention, youth housing support, and development childhood assistance. Serving San Mateo County.
‘TAY’ is a program in Sonoma County serving transitioning young adults, ages 18–25, in need of mental health services and housing.
Help Me Grow provides free services focuses on babies, and young children age 5 or under, for early detection, referral, and treatment for developmental or behavioral concerns.
Professional advice and assistance to runaways, including resources, shelter, transportation, assistance in finding counseling, and transitioning back to home life. With a 24/7 phone, live chat, text-messaging, forums, and email.
True Colors United aims to combat and create solutions to youth homelessness that focus on the unique experiences of LGBTQ young people.
24/7 Mental health crisis support line and crisis team. Urgent mental health care clinic with 23 hour care programs with trained staff. Phone & in-person assessment and counseling for individuals in a mental health crisis or urgent situations.