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The Health Agency is actively responding to COVID-19 and continuing to provide other essential services. Please see updates from Animal Services, Behavioral Health, Public Guardian and Public Health.
Behavioral Health Director
Please contact our access line at 1 (800) 838-1381 for information or to schedule an appointment. All services are available in Spanish.
Behavioral Health Department is part of the Health Agency and works in collaboration with the community to provide services necessary to improve and maintain the health and safety of individuals and families affected by mental illness and/or substance abuse. Services are designed to assist in the recovery process to achieve the highest quality of life by providing culturally competent, strength based and client and family centered strategies utilizing best practices.
Call our office at (800) 838-1381. During the phone conversation, we will ask you whether your needs are urgent and what type of help you are looking for.
Once we have determined how we can best serve you, we will schedule a follow-up appointment to better understand your specific needs.
At your follow-up appointment, we will connect you or your family member to the types of services that you and your counselor agree will help most.
The County of San Luis Obispo Behavioral Health Department, in partnership with the Suicide Prevention Council, has made its draft Suicide Prevention Plan available for public review and comment until Wednesday, April 21, 2021.
The County of San Luis Obispo’s Behavioral Health Department has released a survey for clients to give feedback on services received during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The County Behavioral Health Department is urging community members to continue to stay strong as COVID-19 continues to affect the physical and mental health of residents.
Behavioral Health is committed to address these impacts through education, treatment, outreach, and advocacy for system change.
The Behavioral Health Cultural Competence Committee urges everyone to work together with compassion, unity, and inclusion in this stressful time.