Assembly District 30 Mental Health Resources

ENGLISH:

Mental Illness has long been associated with negative stereotypes and misinformation. However, there is a growing understanding that mental health is just as important as physical health. Mental health disorders do not discriminate and can affect anyone. In fact, about 50% of the U.S. adult population will use mental health services at some point in their life. Mental health services are beneficial for anyone who seeks help in coping with traumatic life events, treating health conditions, and learning healthy problem solving techniques. These services can be vital in helping people regain their sense of self and ability to go about their daily lives.  If you or someone you know could benefit from mental health services, check out these resources available to you:

ESPAÑOL:

Las enfermedades mentales se han asociado por mucho tiempo con estereotipos y desinformación. Sin embargo, existe un creciente reconocimiento que la salud mental es tan importante como la salud física.  Las enfermedades mentales no discriminan y pueden afectar a cualquier persona. De hecho, aproximadamente el 50% de la población adulta en los Estado Unidos usará servicios de salud mental en algún momento de su vida. Servicios de salud mental son beneficiosos para cualquier persona que busque ayuda para afrontar eventos traumáticos, tratar problemas de salud y aprender técnicas saludables para la resolución de problemas. Estos servicios pueden ser vitales en ayudar a las personas a recuperar el sentido de sí mismos y la capacidad para llevar a cabo su vida cotidiana. Si usted o alguien que conoce necesitan ayuda, consulte estos recursos disponibles:


Monterey County

Interim Inc

https://www.interiminc.org/

 (831) 751-1905

  • Wellness Programs
  • Affordable Supportive Housing-Transitional and Permanent
  • Crisis Residential Services
  • Dual Recovery Programs
  • Day treatment intensive program
  • Homeless Services
  • Employment and Education Services
  • Consumer Empowerment and Community Outreach
     

Kinship Center

http://www.kinshipcenter.org/

124 River Rd, Salinas, CA 93908

(831) 455-9965

Kinship Center offers specialty mental health and counseling services to children and families touched by adoption, foster care, relative caregiving, or legal guardianship. To be eligible for these programs, a child must have Monterey County Medi-Cal or be eligible as part of the Adoption Assistance Program (AAP).


Door to Hope

http://doortohope.org/

130 W. Gabilan Street, Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 758-0181

  • Residential Programs
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Parent + Family Support
  • Infant/Child Clinic


Monterey County Behavioral Health Bureau

mtyhd.org/bh  

1270 Natividad Rd, Salinas, CA 93906-3122

1-888-258-6029 or (831) 755-4500

Adult Services provides mental health services, medication support, case management, brokerage and groups for those individuals who have a chronic persistent mental illness and meet the targeted population of those we serve. That includes those people with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and atypical psychosis.  Regional offices are located in Salinas, Marina, Soledad, and King City.


Community Human Services

https://chservices.org/

2560 Garden Rd # 201B, Monterey, CA 93940

(831) 658-3811

Programs are groups offered are:

  • C.A.T.S. mental health counseling for HIV/AIDS and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning
  • Domestic Violence/Anger Management groups, court-mandated or self-referred
  • Family to Family program for foster youth and at-risk families
    • Seaside (831) 394-4622
    • Salinas (831) 757-7915
  • Parent Education Program for families in crisis or at-risk
  • SuperKids & SuperTeens in-school counseling for emotionally troubled youth
  • Supervised Visitation and Exchange for non-custodial parents and their children


NAMI Monterey County

https://namimonterey.org/

1020 Merrill St #1015, Salinas, CA 93901

(831) 422-6264

  • Peer Programs
  • Family Programs
  • Support Groups
  • Programs for Professionals/Community workers

Part of NAMI’s focus is providing resource information to all those affected by mental illness including crisis intervention and support groups.


San Benito County

CASA of San Benito County

http://casasanbenito.org

 829 San Benito St. #200, Hollister, CA

(831) 637-4992

To train and support community volunteers who advocate for abused or neglected children placed in foster care; upholding the children’s rights while pursuing a safe and permanent home.

CASA’s advocacy focuses on the best interest of the child and is primarily broken down into four areas: placement, health matters, education, and social development. Advocates use the following guidelines to direct their casework:

  • Assess Placement: how well is the child doing in his/her foster home, group home, with a relative, or near kin; how does the child get along with adults and other children
  • Follow-up on Details: examine issues such as connections with siblings, reactions towards reunifying with parents; attention to medical or dental needs
  • Track Educational Progress: work with teachers, schools, and foster parents for greater success in school; ensure youth’s educational rights are upheld
  • Foster Healthy Lifestyles: promote extra-curricular activities, pursuit of interests, model positive conflict resolution
  • Empower Children: encourage children to speak up for their needs and take a positive stand for their future
  • Report to the Judge: provide him/her detailed information and more personal observations with which to make decisions


Chamberlain’s Children Center

http://www.chamberlaincc.org/

1850 San Benito Street
Hollister, CA 95023

(831) 636-2121

  • Chamberlain’s Children Center empowers at-risk children in a home-like environment to heal from past trauma, discover their strengths, and develop 
    the skills they need to achieve life-long success.

Santa Clara County

Rebekah’s Children Services

http://www.rcskids.org/

1260S Maint St. # 101 Gilroy, CA 95020

 (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.​

Services Offered:

  • Adoption and Foster Care
  • Culinary Academy
  • Family Resouce Center
  • Hospital Diversion
  • Non-Public School
  • Outpatient Mental Health
  • Prevention and education
  • Residential treatment
  • Wraparound


Community Solutions

http://www.communitysolutions.org/  

16264 Church Street, #103, Morgan Hill, CA

408-779-2113

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.

Wellness & Recovery Service Philosophy

The following principles guide our programs and client interactions. They help us to build emotionally healthy children, families and individuals, and to increase their interdependence, self-reliance and safety.

  • Strengths Based
  • Client Centered
  • Team Based
  • Culturally Sensitive
  • Collaborative and Integrative
  • Community Based
  • Individualized
  • Natural Supports
  • Unconditional
  • Needs Driven
  • Flexible/Accessible
  • Outcome based