3860 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303-4716
Phone: (650) 494-1200
A special education and mental health service for students with complex needs, and their families. Programs include intensive day treatment, both in a self-contained campus and on public school sites; outpatient mental health services; therapeutic extended-day and respite services; early intervention services, at both home and school, including a therapeutic pre-school program; and residential services.
Children's Health Council
650 Clark Way
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Phone: (650) 326-5530
The Children's Health Council (CHC) has served the developmental needs of children and families in the community for nearly 50 years. Founded in 1953 by Dr. Esther Clark, Palo Alto's first pediatrician. This nonprofit organization provides the highest quality mental health, special education, and development services for children and adolescents. CHC programs serve children with severe behavioral and developmental difficulties, as well as families facing common everyday challenges.
Fair Oaks Behavioral Health
660 South Fair Oaks Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Phone: 1 (408) 992-4800
Fair Oaks Behavioral Health is unique in providing outpatient services to children, adolescents and their families, as well as to seriously mentally ill adults and young adults. The Family and Children's Division services offered at Fair Oaks may include: individual, group, collateral, family therapy and medication evaluation and support. AB 3632 referrals from school districts are the primary responsibility of this team serving North Santa Clara County. Services at Fair Oaks also include one Adult Service Team for seriously mentally ill adults which provides a full array of behavioral health services: case management, crisis intervention, and medication support to assist consumers to achieve stability and as high a level of functioning as possible. Family and community supports are developed whenever possible. Culturally appropriate services are available as well as services in the Spanish language.
Chamberlain's Mental Health Services
8352 Church Street, Suite C
Gilroy, CA 95020
Phone: 1 (408) 848-6511
A multi-faceted agency serving children and their families. Chamberlain's Mental Health Services offers an array of culturally sensitive services including day treatment, outpatient/medication services, school based support mental health services, family strengthening and community outreach services, and victim witness treatment for families. All services can be provided in Spanish and English.
Rebekah Children's Services
290 IOOF Avenue
Gilroy, CA 95020
Phone: 1 (408) 846-2100
Provides residential, educational and mental health services to seriously emotionally disturbed children who are victims of family violence, neglect, and sexual abuse, through residential treatment, foster care, wraparound foster care, and community outreach education and counseling programs.
9015 Murray Ave., Suite 100
Morgan Hill, CA 95020
Phone: 1 (408) 842-7138
Provides a spectrum of behavioral health services to children and adults including: Direct treatment in mental health and drug & alcohol prevention, outreach, domestic violence services, residential and support programs. All services are also provided in Spanish.
251 Llewellyn Avenue
Campbell, CA 95008
Phone: 1 (408) 379-3790
Provides a full continuum of mental health services for emotionally troubled children, adolescents, and families from varying cultures and socio-economic groups. Eastfield Ming Quong's treatment philosophy is based on a family systems approach, treating the entire family - not just the troubled child. The program strives to reunite and maintain natural family structure. Services include outpatient counseling, in-home treatment, residential treatment, short-term intensive day treatment, school-based day treatment crisis intervention, wrap-around services and chemical dependency programs.
Family & Children Services of Silicon Valley
950 W. Julian Street
San Jose, CA 95126
Phone: 1 (408) 292-9353
Family & Children Services of Silicon Valley, previously Adult and Child Guidance center, provides high quality, affordable counseling, therapy and other support services in eight languages (including Spanish, Vietnamese, Cambodian and American Sign Language). Services include case management / brokerage services, money management, crisis intervention, individual, group, family therapy, assessments, evaluations, medication support services, and rehabilitation services. Services are provided in a variety of settings, including home, clinic, and community agencies as necessary for seriously mentally ill adult clients whose level of functioning, symptoms, and psychiatric history necessitate service intervention. The goal of the program is to maintain clients in community settings within context of the individual’s family, culture, language and community. The diagnostic spectrum includes schizophrenia, major depression, affective disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and the dual diagnosed mental health, developmental disability or drug and alcohol related diagnosis.
Specialized Services: The program also provides mental health service for Deaf & Hard of hearing mentally ill clients. Program services emphasize treating the mental health problems of abusive and multi-problem families to improve the mental health symptoms and dysfunction of deaf adults and their families. Treatment for the deaf and hearing impaired of any age are available in American Sign Language, with a TDD telephone for scheduling and information. Clinic hours are Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Juvenile Hall Mental Health Clinic
840 Guadalupe Parkway, 2nd Floor, Rm. 238
San Jose, CA 95110
Phone: 1 (408) 299-3166
The Mental Health Clinic at Juvenile Hall is an on-site intensive outpatient clinic, which provides multi-disciplinary, culturally sensitive behavioral health services to youth incarcerated in Juvenile Hall. Services include assessment, crisis intervention, brief therapy, family intervention, psychotropic medication, behavior management, and consultation.
Downtown Behavioral Health
1075 E. Santa Clara Street
San Jose, CA 95116
Phone: 1 (408) 792-2100
The Downtown Behavioral Health has three full-time Service Teams operating daily, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm. The Teams provide a full array of behaivoral health services, case management services, crisis intervention, and medication support services. All Teams are comprised of care managers and a psychiatrist. The aim of each Team is to work with clients suffering from serious mental illnesses who exhibit severe problems in normal daily functioning. The goal is to assist individuals within the context of a mutual partnership effort to achieve higher levels of functioning, to develop community and/or family support systems wherever possible, to promote self-reliance and self-sufficiency, and to encourage individuals to work or to return to work whenever possible.
Gardner Family Care Corporation
Centro de Bienestar
160 E. Virginia Street, Suite 280
San Jose, CA 95112
Phone: 1 (408) 287-6200
Gardner Family Care Corp. provides outpatient mental health services to predominately low-income children and families, adults and older adults. Services include a full array of mental health services: individual, couples family and group therapy; mental health assessments, neuropsychological assessments, home health assessments, psychological assessments, rehabilitation, case management, medication evaluation, injections and medication monitoring. Services are provided in the language of the target population, by culturally proficient staff, geographically accessible at the clinic and off site in key community location such as home, school and churches.
Gardner Behavioral Health Department, Centro de Bienestar, has the following Programs and services: Early Childhood Mental Health program, Family and Children Program, System of care, Therapeutic Behavioral Services, Juvenile Probation Department, Family Enrichment Program, Family Strength Based Services Program, Expanded Differential Response Program, Adult Service Program, Adult IMD/ Full Service Partnership, Older Adult Multidisciplinary Team, Asian Pacific Youth Program, Cambodian program, Cal Works program, Ryan White Program, Dual Diagnosis Aftercare Program, Criminal Justice/Full Service Partnership and Independence High School Project.
Grace Community Center
484 E. San Fernando Street
San Jose, CA 95112
Phone: 1 (408) 293-0422
Grace Community Center provides accessible and adaptive recreational programming to adults with serious mental illness and developmental disabilities through its drop-in recreational center, weekly classes, meal program, day rehabilitation and support services.
The classes, day rehabilitation program and support services serve to develop important life skills that contribute to their sustainability in the community and provide productive activities that are fun and reduce social isolation. They are also designed to enhance coping skills that aid in the effective management of psychiatric symptoms.
Julian Street Inn Program
974 Willow Street
San Jose, CA 95125
Phone: 1 (408) 271-0820
LifeMoves, San Jose's major shelter provider in Santa Clara County, operates ten (10) programs each, targeting a unique homeless population. Its mission is to empower individuals to become self-sufficient in order to attain a stable living environment. Julian Street Inn provides semi-supervised emergency shelter/housing for SMI homeless adults, including meals, clothing, telephone/mail service, and linkages to financial and medical benefits and referrals to mental health service teams. LifeMoves operates nine (9) other homeless programs for men, women, and children.
Ujima Adult & Family Services
2681 Zanker Road, Suite B
San Jose, CA 95134
Phone: 1 (408) 928-1700
Ujima Youth Program offers various afro-centric services targeting African American families and youth at risk. We provide 24-hour home-based case management services to those who are involved in the juvenile justice system, and African American Survival Skills Groups for youth and families. Ujima Adult Program is a culturally proficient African American Team providing home-based case management and medication services, targeting African American seriously mentally ill adults.
East Valley Behavioral Health
1993 McKee Road
San Jose, CA 95116
Phone: 1 (408) 926-7950
East Valley Behavioral Health provides services to East San Jose and Milpitas from the site of the East Valley Health Center at McKee and Jackson. There are three services teams, each providing a full range of outpatient services: medication, case management, crisis intervention, and planned behavioral health rehabilitation and treatment. Services are targeted to three specific ethnic groups: African American, Filipino, and Latino, with bilingual staff in Tagalog, Ilocano, and Spanish.
Josefa Chaboya de Narvaez Mental Health Center
614 Tully Road
San Jose, CA 95111
Phone: 1 (408) 494-1561
Josefa Chaboya de Narvaez Mental Health Center is designated a culturally proficient site providing services to primarily the adult and older adult Latino and Vietnamese populations of Santa Clara County who have a severe mental illness. The focus of the program is to provide the services within the cultural community of the consumer utilizing appropriate intervention methods. The staff, which includes clerks, licensed social workers, psychiatrists, rehabilitation counselors, and community workers, is bilingual and/or multi-lingual in Spanish, Vietnamese, Laotian, Thai, and Chinese. The staff work in treatment teams with the consumer to provide a multi-disciplinary perspective in developing the course of treatment. In addition to the Adult/Older Adult Teams, this site also hoses treatment staff from the Family & Children's Division creating a multi-generational treatment facility.
Mekong Community Center
2203 Tully Road
San Jose, CA 95122
Phone: 1 (408) 937-1553
Mekong Community Center provides linguistically and culturally-proficient mental health services to enable mentally-disabled Southeast Asian refugees/immigrants, particularly Vietnamese, to obtain needed skills to cope with the tasks of independent daily living and to function at their optimal level. Services include outpatient counseling, case management and medication support.
Las Plumas Behavioral Health
1650K Las Plumas Avenue
San Jose, CA 95133
Phone: 1 (408) 272-6726
Las Plumas Behavioral Health provides services to children, adolescents, and their families in a variety of settings including the home, school, local community, and the clinic setting. Las Plumas is one of two ABA3632 referral and assessment sites for school districts. Outpatient services include individual, group, collateral, and family therapy by licensed or licensed-eligible clinicians. Psychological testing is available when indicated, as is evaluation for psychiatric medication. Services are provided in English or Spanish by bi-cultural and bilingual staff. Cost is based on a sliding scale and ability-to-pay. Medi-Cal is also accepted. Las Plumas Behavioral Health is located in East San Jose and provides services from Milpitas to South San Jose.
Momentum for Mental Health
438 North White Road
San Jose, CA 95127
Phone: 1 (408) 254-6828
Momentum for Mental Health provides a comprehensive array of programs and services for youth, adults and older adults recovering from emotional and mental illnesses. These community-based programs and services include: outpatient; crisis residential; supported housing; residential treatment; day rehabilitation; and vocational. All programs and services are developed in partnership with each person, and when appropriate, their family, to ensure each unique need, preference, belief, culture and language are held in high regard and considered while designing services. Our work is based on the knowledge that people who have a mental illness can, and do recover with the help of services that encourage self direction and enhance recovery.
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
2625 Zanker Road, Suite 200
San Jose, CA 95134-2107
Phone: 1 (408) 468-0100
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County is a multi-service organization offering a broad array of services in response to community needs. Catholic Charities’ program categories include: mental health and substance abuse in a managed care division, elder care including nutrition, foster grandparent, kinship care support, mental health support services for Vietnamese and Chinese elders; housing; immigration legal services, including family visas, political asylum, deportation defense, citizenship/naturalization; refugee sponsorship and resettlement; ESL, computer classes, vocational training and employment placement and retention services for newcomers.
Managed care services include mental health and substance abuse services in a dual diagnosis context. Mental health services include a multi-disciplinary services team for older adults, children’s counseling based in 8 schools, residential foster care and clinic settings; family therapy for juvenile probation clients; vocational preparation and job placement for adults with serious mental illness. Substance abuse services include individual group outpatient treatment. A sliding fee counseling service is available for individuals and families with mental health and substance abuse issues.
828 South Bascom Avenue
San Jose, CA 95128
Phone: 1 (408) 793-5959
KidScope at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC) is committed to the identification and early diagnosis of children with developmental variations and delays. KidScope is a comprehensive assessment center, serving children suspected of having complex developmental delays, serious behavior problems, or other undetermined concerns that are interfering with the child's ability to develop and learn successfully.
KidScope is part of the Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital Systems Mental Health and the Department of Pediatrics. KidScope serves families who have Medi-Cal, Healthy Kids, or Healthy Families.
Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley, Inc.
1333 Meridian Avenue
San Jose, CA 95125
Phone: 1 (408) 445-3400 x250 or x334
Fax: (408) 266-7567
The Indian Health Center provides outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment services. These services include individual, group, family therapy, case management, psychiatric evaluations, psychosocial assessments and wellness education. A wide variety of individual and group activities are available for Native Americans and their families. These include a multiple family support, a women's group, self-help meetings, art therapy, acupuncture, and drug diversion.
Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI )
2400 Moorpark Avenue,#300
San Jose, CA 95128
Phone: 1 (408) 975-2730
Focusing on the diverse Asian American community, Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)’s mission is to improve the health, mental health, and well-being of individuals and their families by providing an array of human services. AACI empowers the Asian American community by working collaboratively for equality and social justice. Founded in 1973, AACI is the largest community-based organization focused on the Asian American community in Santa Clara County. Current programs include mental health and primary care health services, HIV/AIDS testing and education, substance abuse treatment, drinking driver programs, a center for survivors of torture, programs and shelter for women and children who are domestic violence victims, a senior center, after-school youth programs, English and citizenship classes, community education, and advocacy. Staff speaks over two dozen languages and dialects.
Central Wellness & Benefits Center
2221 Enborg Lane
San Jose, CA 95128
Phone: 1 (408) 885-6220
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Central Mental Health is an outpatient behavioral health clinic which serves adults, 18-60, older adults age 60+. A full array of behavioral health services are provided which include: crisis intervention, case management, behavioral health supportive counseling, and medication management. These services are available in a variety of different languages, which are culturally and linguistically relevant such as Spanish, Korean, Farsi, Bosnian, and Russian. Central Wellness & Benefits Center serves the areas of west and central San Jose, Cupertino, Santa Clara, and Alviso
RAIC (Receiving Assessment and Intake Center)
725 East Santa Clara Street, Suite 300
San Jose, CA 95112
Phone: 1 (408) 558-5460
Fax: (408) 294-6304
Hours: 24 hours / 7 days a week
The Behavioral Health Clinic at the Children's Receiving Center is an on-site, intensive-service outpatient clinic, whose mission is to provide multi-disciplinary, culturally sensitive behavioral health assessment and treatment services to Children's Shelter and Emergency Satellite Foster Home child-residents, and their families. The clinical team provides a range of treatment services, including crisis intervention; brief treatment; individual, group and family therapy; psychotropic medication evaluation and treatment, consultation, referral, and follow-up.
507 Valley Way
Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: 1 (408) 539-2100
HomeFirst formerly known as EHC LifeBuilders enables homeless families with children, teenagers, single men and women including seniors and disabled adults to regain stability in the local community. It's purpose is to empower homeless people to achieve their goal of obtaining adequate, affordable housing in a way that enhances their self-worth and maintains their dignity. EHC provides emergency services and transitional and permanent housing, meals, health services, life and employment skills training, counseling, case management and mental health support services.
HOPE Services Counseling Center
1555 Parkmoor Avenue
San Jose, CA 95128
Phone: 1 (408) 282-0402
HOPE Services Counseling Center provides psychiatric assessment, psychotherapy, case management, and medication monitoring for persons with developmentally disability, physical disability, or head injury, and that have a psychiatric diagnosis. Services are provided to developmentally disabled and affected family members of all ages and ethnicities. HOPE Services Counseling Center and its satellite offices are Medi-Cal certified and United Way funded.