We offer mental health treatment services for our county’s youth, adults, and senior citizens and help with family, personal, or psychiatric issues. We have clinics located in the
To access mental health services,
or for immediate help,
such as Mobile Crisis Services, call
(24 hours/7 days a week)
SLO Hotline is a suicide prevention and mental health
crisis line staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You can also call for emotional and mental health
support for yourself or someone else.
When you want to talk with someone for emotional support or need help finding community resources, call the trained volunteers at SLO Hotline:
WHEN YOU CALL TO APPLY FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, YOUR NEEDS MAY BE ADDRESSED IN A NUMBER OF WAYS:
2178 Johnson Ave.
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401(805)781-4700
354 S. Halcyon
Arroyo Grande, CA
(805) 473-7060Serves Youth & Adults
5575 Hospital Drive
Serves Youth & Adults
SAN LUIS OBISPO
San Luis Obispo,CA 93401(805)781-4179
Children's Center2925 McMillan Ave
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401(805) 781-4948
Serves Children Ages Birth to Five
|PSYCHIATRIC HEALTH FACILITY
2178 Johnson Ave.
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
|Transitions Mental Health Association||Serves adults, children and families|
|Family Care Network||Serves children, families and transitional age youth|
|Kinship Center||Serves children and families|
|Child Development Center||Serves children and families|
|Community Counseling Center||Serves adults, children and families|
|Mental Health Advocacy|
|Mental Health Patient's Rights Advocate||(805) 781-4738|
|Peer Advisory & Advocacy Team (PAAT)||(805) 540-6500|
|Family Advocates||(805) 540-6500|
|CA Office of Patient's Rights||(916) 575-1610|
|CA Medi-Cal Ombudsman||(800) 896-4042 or (916) 653-9194|
|National Association for the Mentally Ill (NAMI), SLO||(805) 546-4040|
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