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Community Resources

Marin Health and Human Services Community Resource Guide

https://www.marinhhs.org/community-resource-guide

Buckelew Programs

www.buckelew.org

555 Northgate Drive, Suite 100, San Rafael, Administration Office: Call 415-457-6966

  • Buckelew Employment Services: Free orientation meeting held at 555 Northgate Drive, Suite 100, 12 pm every Tuesday, San Rafael. Contact: Brenda Lipscomb: 415-300-6575, Janet Moore: 415-755-8997,
  • PATH Program for Transitional Age Youth (TAY): Provides mental health services for young adults 16 to 26 years old. Contact Lucia Melano 415-460-2167
  • The Helen Vine Recovery Center (detox): 492-0818. A 26 bed co-ed residential program. Provides recovery services for individuals with alcohol and drug addiction issues, as well as co-occurring psychiatric problems.

Community Action Marin (CAM)

www.camentalhealth.net

CAM Family Partnership Program 

https://camarin.org/mental-health/Family-Partnership.html

  • Listen to concerns and problem solve with family members
  • Assist families in searching and accessing appropriate services
  • Encourage family participation in supporting mentally ill adult, child or family member
  • Supply educational materials
  • Provide information about support groups, workshops and conferences
  • Inform family of their rights and the limits of family involvement
  • Receive complaints and follow up on concerns regarding Marin County Mental Health
  • Liaison between family members and Marin County Mental Health
  • Provide Positive Parenting Classes (in English and Spanish)
  • Provide information and help in accessing resources in the community
  • Provide support during acute crisis

Other CAM Programs and Services

  • C.A.R.E. Team 415-847-1266  – Mobile outreach program for people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.
  • Prevention & Early Intervention Crisis Planning Program - Seth Friedrich 415-306-3289 sfriedrich@camarin.org or Jennifer Mann 415-302-0753
  • Enterprise Resource Center (ERC) Offers mental health programs. Located at the Wellness Center, 3270 Kerner Blvd., Suite C, San Rafael 415-457-4554. For class schedule visit: www.camentalhealth.net
  • Warmline Peer Counseling over the phone 415-459-6330

Community Institute for Psychotherapy (CIP)    www.cipmarin.org

Provides individual, family and couples counseling. To schedule an appointment call
415-459-5999, x102 and leave a message, San Rafael Medi-Cal/sliding scale.

Family Service Agency   www.fsamarin.org

Individual and group counseling services. Medi-Cal/sliding scale, 415-491-5700 (491-5720 en español) Sausalito office, 332-3129

In Home Services
Apple Family Works Therapy and Life Skills Center. Adjustable fees 415-492-0720

Marin Community Clinics   www.marinclinic.org/

Larkspur, Novato & San Rafael. Medi-Cal/sliding scale

• Medical Appointments 415-448-1500
• Dental Appointments 415-526-8555   (The list of services does not represent an endorsement of NAMI Marin)

Marin General Hospital-Behavioral Health Outpatient Services

Most Insurances & Medicare/Medi-Cal combination
Larry Cunniffe 415-925-7674 Greenbrae, CA
• Partial Hospitalization Services & Intensive Outpatient Services DBT, CBT, Life Skills, Case Management, Psychotherapy & Planning Groups.

Marin Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS)     https://www.marinhhs.org/behavioral-health-recovery-services

Marin Community Mental Health Services 24/7 Access Line 1-888-818-1115. Talk to somebody who can help you find mental health services.

  • Adult Medication Intake Clinic
  • Marin Mental Health Plan authorizes Medi-Cal services for MHSUS and other services in the community.
  • Adult Case Management Intake

MHSUS Brochure April 2013

Family Partnership Program

https://camarin.org/mental-health/Family-Partnership.html

Director – 415-473-7814

  • Adult Linsey Maldonado-Sciutti, 415-473-4382
  • Youth Michelle Kemp 415-368-5221 Leticia McCoy 415-473-3649
  • Youth Bilingual Spanish Rosa Lopez 415-240-6920 Maria Garcia 415-473-4169
  • Adult Bilingual Spanish Gloria McCallister 415-473-2261 Mon thru Thurs, 10-3pm
  • Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) Anne Lauver 415-473-4182

Marin County Mental Health and Substance Use Services   www.marinhhs.org 

Family Support Group facilitated by MHSUS staff – 415-473-6805,  250 Bon Air Road, Greenbrae, CA 94904 Offered every Thursday evening from 7-8:30 PM, these no-fee drop-in meetings are open to families and friends of adults living with a serious mental illness. Staffed by MHSUS mental health staff, the meetings offer on-going support, education, coping/problem-solving strategies and information about local resources.

HOPE Program for seniors over age 60 who suffer from mental illness 415-473-4306.

Marin County Jail Mental Health Team 415-473-2127

Marin County Re-Entry Team (415)499-7836

http://b.3cdn.net/crjustice/c1564e52a3ae672e29_hnm6besu3.pdf

Marin County Prisoner Services provides assistance in visiting inmate 415-473-7218
Odyssey Team – Homeless Outreach Program, Janice Wells 415-473-3240
Alliance in Recovery (AIR) for individuals with co-existing substance use and mental illness
Janice Wells 415-473-3240 Public Guardian 415-473-6186
STAR After Release From Jail Program Ziya Dikman 415-473-2725
West Marin Human Services Center - 100 6th Street, Pt. Reyes 94956  415-473-3800

NAMI Marin Housing Directory

Online Help

www.StrengthofUs.org A social networking website for young adults (ages 18-30)
www.ReachOut.com A safe, anonymous, peer-to-peer community for teens & young adults to discuss a range of social, health & mental health issues, or call 800-448-3000
www.schizophrenia24x7.ca Provides anyone affected by schizophrenia helpful resources, information and interactive tools.

Other Community Resources

AD/HD (attention disorders) parent and adult support/education groups by CHADD

415-789-9464 www.chaddnorcal.org

Beyond Hunger Program for Eating Disorders

415-459-2270 www.beyondhunger.org

College of Marin Disabled Students Program

Supportive services for students recovering from mental health issues in the Learning Center, Room 115 415-485-9406 Social Security Disability Benefits Fastract (RISE) Simon Tiles, Benefits Advocate, 415-457-8182 ext 105

Integrated Community Services

415-455-8481 Offers employment, housing, recreational and referral services for disabled. www.connectICS.org

Sausalito Homeless Advocacy Program

The Sausalito Police Department recently created a homeless outreach program which is focused on helping those in need on land and on Richardson Bay as well. The program aims to provide access to Marin county health services, veterans’ assistance, medical assistance and other various forms of help. Sergeant Stacie Gregory is the main point of contact for the program and is assisted by Officers Brandon Rodgers and Nick White. Call 1- 415-289-4188 for further information.

Kaiser Psychiatric Services Advice and Education

San Rafael 415-444-3522

Managing Voices and Negative Thoughts 2nd Tuesday, Noon to 1 pm
New Location: Enterprise Resource Center, 3270 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael
bucherir@usfca.edu or 415-497-0651

Matrix Parent Network & Resource Center

www.matrixparents.org  Provides information and support groups for families of children with disabilities. Visit or 1-800-578-2592

Marin Recovery Connection Center Screening & Assessment for alcohol, tobacco, other drug problems and mental health issues 415-755-2345, San Rafael

NAMI Marin HelpLine

provides additional nonprofit and private service providers,

415-444-0480 Monday-Friday, 1 to 3 pm.

Ritter Center

16 Ritter, San Rafael will assist application for Medi-Cal, accepts Medi-Cal,
& provides drop-in psychiatric assessment & medication management.  415-457-8182

Tobacco Prevention Services

1-800-NO-BUTTS (English-Teens) 1-800-CHEW (for chewing tobacco) 1-800-45-NO-FUME (Spanish)
Veterans Services Officer
Sean Stephens, 10 North San Pedro Road, San Rafael 415-473-6193 Veterans@marincounty.org
Assists veterans or dependents in obtaining federal and state benefits and tuition waiver

UCSF Programs—Dept. of Psychiatry

Call 415-476-7278 or email Kaman.chow@ucsf.edu Waiting list required for Marin County residents. All insurance providers are accepted.

Prevention & Recovery in Early Psychosis Program (PREP) www.prepwellness.org
www.prepwellness.org/take-the-prep-screening

PART Program- The Prodrome Assessment Research and Treatment (PART) program works with individuals between the ages of 12 and 35 who are either at risk for developing a psychotic disorder or who have had a recent onset of psychosis.  http://partprogram.ucsf.edu/