Mental Health-Adult Services
The Behavioral Health Department has fully re-opened all of our locations for in person and walk-in care. We welcome the community back to our clinics, and we look forward to continuing to move towards fully available, safe, and accessible programs either in-person, or by telehealth. At this time, masks are required at all of our facilities, even for people who have been fully vaccinated. Visit SLOPublicHealth.org for the latest COVID-19 updates.
If you need to begin Behavioral Health services, please call the access line at (800) 838-1381. If you are in crisis, please call the Central Coast Hotline at (800) 783-0607. You may also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text HELLO to ‘741-741’.
The Adult Mental Health Services Division delivers a range of treatment services from outpatient to inpatient levels of care in order to provide compassionate, safe, timely and effective behavioral health services for individuals with mental health disabilities.
Regional outpatient clinics provide multi-disciplinary treatment teams which collaborate with clients on their treatment goals in order to improve their wellness, recovery and resiliency in the community.
The array of mental health services include assessment, individual and group therapy, psychiatric medication services, rehabilitative services, education and case management.
Adult Full Service Partnership (FSP)
Adult Mental Health Outpatient Treatment
Adult Residential Programs
Crisis Stabilization Unit
Homeless Outreach Full Service Partnership
Mental Health Evaluation Team (MHET)
Older Adult Full Service Partnership (FSP)
Psychiatric Health Facility (Inpatient)
Please contact our access line at 1 (800) 838-1381 for information or to schedule an appointment. All services are available in Spanish.
Licensed by the State Department of Health Care Services.