Mental Health Resources
Access Line: 1-800-654-3937. 3133 N. Millbrook Ave. Fresno, CA 93703.
Bakersfield Behavioral Healthcare Hospital (661) 398-1800
Crisis Stabilization Unit 1-800-991-5272
Kern County Alliance for Mental Illness- (Local NAMI) (661) 858-3255 (message line)
Kern County Mental Health Access (800) 991-5272
VA Outpatient Clinic for Mental Health (661) 632-1800
Crisis Text Line (suicide hotline via texting instead of a phone call)
Just text HOME to 741741
Mental Health Services Access Line: 559-582-4481 | Psychiatric Crisis Line: 1-800-655-2553
Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Services for Adults: 559-583-9300 | for Youth: 559-584-8100
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-Talk (8255)
Local Warm Line: 1-877-306-2413 |
Community Resources Information Dial: 2-1-1
"....Kings County Behavioral Health recognizes that Wellness is Essential and to live up to our motto, "Wellness Starts Here," we've listed a number of resources that promote wellness...."
"...To promote the prevention of and recovery from mental illness and substance abuse for the individuals, families, and communities we serve by providing accessible, caring, and culturally competent services..."
"...The Merced Behavioral Health & Recovery Services Warm Line is up and running. This is a non-emergency resource for any youth seeking emotional support. The Warm line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To get in touch with the Recovery Services Warm Line, please call (209) 381-6800 or toll free (888) 334-0163..."
"....The mission of the Merced County Behavioral Health Board is to ensure that the Agency provides integrated culturally responsive mental health, substance use disorder and community-based services that promote wellness and recovery...."
"...Covid 19 Response Covid 19 Response Through these difficult times we would like our residents to know we are here for them. With adjusted ways of communication and methods to connect we continue to provide vital services to our clients. We believe that with support we can strength our community to be resilient. Remember you matter and we are here for you...."
"...Disaster 211 is a free and confidential service that connects residents to information about mental health services and supports. Information and referral through Disaster 211 is available in over 150 languages by phone, and in English and Spanish through automated text...."
"...Monterey County Behavioral Health is here whenever you, your family or friends need help to go forward in life. We all have difficult times and no one should go through them alone. We are your partner in finding the path forward...."
"...NAMI Monterey County is a grassroots nonprofit designed to support family members and others who have loved ones suffering from a mental illness. We offer programs for families and consumers, advocate on behalf of those with mental illnesses, and hold a variety of educational workshops and programs throughout Monterey County. We are affiliated with NAMI California and NAMI National....."
San Benito County
"...We welcome you to San Benito County Behavioral Health. We provide specialty mental health services for people who live in San Benito County, including those who are eligible for Medi-Cal. We also offer assistance with substance abuse..."
"...Our funded non-profit health and human services organizations work for children at risk, isolated seniors, families in need and individuals faced with mental and physical illness. A donation to the United Way of San Benito County ensures that this network of critical health and human care services is available in San Benito County..."
"....The Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA) Mental Health Branch provides services for residents who are experiencing symptoms of mental illness. Both County-operated and community-based clinics provide services ranging from outpatient to long-term care. Together, these programs create a system of care for individuals of all ages experiencing mental health problems. Mental health services are provided in several languages..."
"....2-1-1 Tulare County connects our communities with resources, services, and opportunities, through the non-emergency 2-1-1 phone number, a comprehensive website, and a mobile application..."