CREATING HEALTH CARE SOLUTIONSMonterey County Behavioral Health ResourcesBeacon Mild to Moderate Outpatient Mental Health ServicesBeacon Health Strategies1-855-765-9700A Central California Alliance for Health (the Alliance) partnerClick here for the Beacon websitethat provides mental health services for mild to moderateproblems to Alliance Medi-Cal members.County, County Contract and Other Mental Health ServicesNatividad Mental Health UnitThe Mental Health Unit is a 22-bed, state licensed, locked,adult acute psychiatric facility.Inpatient services provide acute mental healthcare in a safe,structured, pleasant and secure environment. Twenty-fourhour care includes psychiatric, medical and diagnosticevaluations. Additional services include skilled interventionsby licensed and experienced staff, patient education andmedication management, group therapy, daily psychiatricsessions and family education and support as well ascomprehensive discharge planning and referral services.Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP)Inpatient services are for people who need 24- hourobservation and intensive treatment.Located at Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, ourinpatient facility is called Garden Pavilion. It offers a safe andtherapeutic environment for people suffering from severe, oftenlife-threatening psychiatric disorders.Monterey County Behavioral Health Access TeamThe Access Team evaluates all requests for non- emergencyservices for anyone not currently receiving services from CountyMental Health or community providers who are part of themental health system. Comprised of bilingual senior mentalhealth clinicians and psychiatrists who provide assessmentsand referrals to mental health services.Monterey County Behavioral Health Adult ServicesAdult Services provides mental health services, medicationsupport, case management, brokerage and groups for thoseindividuals who have a chronic persistent mental illness andmeet the targeted population of those we serve. That includesthose people with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and atypicalpsychosis.Monterey County Behavioral Health Children ServicesMental Health Program for children provides a continuum ofCounty-operated and community- based services forchildren, youth and families.Natividad Medical Center1441 Constitution Blvd.Salinas, CA 93906General Information: (831) 755-4111Mental Health Services Mental Health Unit (831) 755-6367Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula 23625Holman HighwayP.O. Box HHMonterey, CA 93942Inpatient Mental Health ServicesPlease call (831) 625-4775 for more information.(888) 258-6029Available 24 hours a daySalinas Location(831) 796-17001441 Constitution Blvd, Bldg 400, Ste 202Marina Location(831) 647-7652299 Twelve St. Suite AKing City Location(831) 386-6868200 Broadway, Ste #88The Access Team(888) 258-6029Click HERE for more info(831) 784-2150Click HERE for more infoClick HERE for Transitional Age Youth (800) 700-3874 ext. 550408/10/20171

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE FOR H EALTHMonterey County Mental Health,24hr Crisis InterventionIf you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call911 and request to speak with an officer who is CrisisIntervention Trained (CIT Trained) to handle psychiatricemergencies and crisis. You can also call the Mental HealthCrisis line at Natividad Hospital at (831) 755-4111 and askto speak to a member of the Crisis Team.Catholic CharitiesWe offer general clinical counseling for individuals (children,adolescents and adults), couples, and families. We also offerextended bereavement counseling and marital counseling.Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP)Our goals are to help you and your family function well, behealthy, and work on your treatment goals. Treatment startswith an appointment and an evaluation. Treatment can takethe form of individual, family, or group therapy, medicationmanagement with a psychiatrist, support, education, referrals,and other options. Our clinical staff includes psychiatrists,child adolescent psychiatrists, a psychiatric nurse practitioner,neuropsychologist, psychologist, licensed clinical socialworkers, and licensed marriage and family therapists.Community Human Services (CHS) Family ServicesCentersMental health counseling is available for adults, children,couples, and families at CHS' Family Service Centers.Counseling is provided by licensed therapists and clinicallysupervised interns.First Presbyterian ChurchMental Health Services New Hope CounselingMinistryInterim Inc.Interim, Inc. provides services for adults who have psychiatricdisabilities. This includes: affordable housing, residentialtreatment, social support, homeless outreach and support,family outreach, and supported education and employment.National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of MontereyCountyNAMI advocates for access to mental health services,treatment, support and research They are committed toraising awareness and building a community for hope for allof those in need.Sunrise HouseMental Health Services Counseling for Teens & FamiliesBilingual counselors24-hour crisis phone linePremarital counseling for minorsAnger ManagementCouples counselingThe Village Project, Inc.Mental Health Services include: Counseling for Childrenand Families, Individual Adult Counseling and CouplesCounselingYWCAA staff of marriage and family therapists, interns, andtrainees provide counseling for individuals, couples, familiesand children. Our trained counselors assist our clients withthe courage to dream of a better life.Crisis Phone Numbers:24hr Crisis Line (831) 755-4111Suicide Prevention Hotline (bilingual) 877- 663-5433Domestic Violence Crisis Line (bilingual) (831) 372-6300Family Help Line (bilingual) (831) 339-8228Sunrise House Crisis Line for Youth (bilingual)(831) 758-3302(831) 393-3110922 Hilby Ave., Ste CSeaside, CA 93955Click HERE for more infoAdult Partial Hospitalization Program(831) 658-3030Outpatient Mental Health Services(831) 625-4600(800) 499-5135 (toll-free) 757-7915433 Salinas StreetSalinas, CA 93901(831) 394-46221178 BroadwaySeaside, CA 422-7811 ext. 130Call to make an appointmentwww.fpcsalinas.orgInterim Inc.Office Phone: (831) 649-4522PO Box 3222Monterey CA 375-6264PO Box 295Monterey CA 758-3302119 Capitol StreetSalinas, CA 392-15001069 Broadway Avenue, Suite 201Seaside, CA 93955www.thevillageprojectinc.orgSalinas236 Monterey St, Salinas, CA 93901(831) 422-8602Monterey915 Hilby Ave. # 26 , Seaside, CA 93955(831) (800) 700-3874 ext. 55048/10/20172

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE FOR H EALTHLocal Drugs and Alcohol SupportCounty Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) ProgramThe Access TeamAccess and information for all County operated and County(888) 258-6029contracted substance abuse recovery services.(831) 755-4509Beacon House Substance Abuse Services(831) 372-2334Partial Hospitalization is a full-day, non- residential program468 Pine Ave, Pacific Grove, CA 93950that focuses on arresting the addiction process as well aswww.beaconhouse.orgestablishing individualized relapse prevention strategies.Intensive Outpatient is a half-day program that focuses onaccountability and affords clients the opportunity to check inwith staff and peers while navigating day to day life.Private Pay. Private Insurance.CHOMP Substance Abuse ServicesRecovery Center(831) 625-4608Through family counseling, group therapy, and educational(831) 625-4600sessions, people learn to re- experience freedom from alcohol(800) 528-8080and drugs. We help them understand themselves, theFree screening for substance abuse treatment is available bydisease, and how it affects family, friends, and others. build effective coping techniques and support recovery.www.chomp.orgCommunity Human Services (CHS) SubstanceElm HouseAbuse Services1001 Elm Ave., Seaside, CA 93955CHS' Substance Abuse Services offer residential and(831) 920-1078outpatient substance abuse counseling and recovery options.Genesis HouseAffordable, comprehensive treatment is available for adults1152 Sonoma Ave., Seaside, CA 93955with drug and alcohol addictions. We provide treatment from(831) 899-2436the perspective that a firm foundation of physical, emotionalOff Main Clinicand spiritual health is vital to continued recovery.1083 S. Main St., Salinas, CA 93901 (831)424-4828www.chservices.orgDoor to Hope Counseling & Substance Abuse Services130 W. Gabilan Street Salinas, CA 93901Individualized treatment plans with an integrated approachTel. (831) 758-0181 Fax. (831) 758-5127that combines evidence-based practices including 12 Stepwww.doortohope.orgprinciples and practices, motivational enhancement therapy,the Matrix Model, life skills, family therapy, parentingeducation, medical treatment, seeking safety, and behavioraltherapy. Psychological treatments available.Sun Street Center Counseling Services11 Peach Drive, Salinas, CA (Main Office)Counseling sessions are offered in both individual and groupPhone: (831) 753.6001settings, with bilingual services available. In addition toMon-Fri 9:00AM to 7:00PMcounseling services, we also offer residential treatment and1760 Fremont Blvd. Suite E1, Seaside, CAother programs that include aftercare to maximize thePhone: (831) 753.6001potential for ongoing recovery with long-term abstinence fromHours: Mon-Thurs 4:30PM to 7:30PMalcohol and drug use. Affordable Costs, Private Pay.(NO walk-in at this site, MUST contact Office)www.sunstreetcenters.orgOnline Substance Abuse Treatment(877) 399-1993Free Online Self Directed Treatment Program for Warwww.onlinesubstanceabusetreatment.comVeterans; Self-pay for everyone elseValley Health Associates Substance Abuse338 Monterey StreetServicesSalinas, CA 93901We are a non-profit corporation offering, prevention,(831) 424-6655intervention, and multiple outpatient services for alcoholism,Fax (831) 424-9717alcohol abuse, and drug dependency. Our aim is to promoteE-Mail [email protected] and a healthy productive lifestyle among those (800) 700-3874 ext. 55048/10/20173

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE FOR H EALTHLocal Support GroupsAL-ANON/ALATEEN Family Groups District 18INFORMATION (24 Hours)Northern CaliforniaEnglish: 831/373-2532The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives andSpanish: 831/424-6207friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and in order to solve their common problems. We believealcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes canaid recovery. They offer Newcomer’s Meetings, AlateenMeetings and Al- Anón en Español. Daily listing of meetingsonline. Find a meeting that works by going online or calling.Alcoholics Anonymous Monterey Bay Area Intergroup24 Hr Hotline: (831) 373-3713List of daily meetings online or call 24 hour hotline.www.aamonterey.orgAlcoholics Anonymous Salinas Valley Area Intergroup24 Hr Hotline: (831) 424-9874List of daily meetings online or call 24 hour hotline.www.aasalinas.orgAlcoholics Anonymous (SPANISH) OficinaSpanish (831) 757-8518Intergrupal de Salinaswww.aacostacentral.comList of daily meetings online or call 24 hour hotline.Depression Bipolar Support Alliance (DPSA) Salinas(831) 915-7654support group (faith-based)Contact: Kip or Rebecca Zeller (510) 206-3449This is a peer-run support group where you will find comfortContact: Jasmine Phillipsand direction in a confidential and supportive setting.Email: rim Inc.Our Voices (831)MH Peer Support /Our Voices /OMNI649-4399Our Voices in Monterey and The OMNI Resource Center in11:00am – 4:00pmSalinas is Interim’s Peer-to-Peer Education Course with twoThe OMNI Resource Centerfold goals: 1) to motivate and educate adults with mental(831) 754-3838illness to take an active role in creating their own wellness 2)English Contact: Harold Hamaker, ext. 203 Spanish Contact:to provide consumers with the skills to lead their peers andBertha Cervantes, ext. 200 Email: [email protected] communities in a range of wellness, social, andAddress: 339 E. Pajaro Street Suite A, Salinas, CA 93901vocational activities. Please call for DPSA group times.Narcotics Anonymous Stanislaus Valley24-hour Helpline SALINASGroups(831) 758-1630A nonprofit Fellowship or society of men and women for whoMONTEREY (831) 624-2055drugs had become a major problem. We are ddicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.List of daily meetings online or call helpline.Overeaters Anonymous Monterey County(831) 646-2311 rs Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals who,through shared experience, strength and hope, arerecovering from compulsive eating (e.g.: overeating,bulimia, anorexia). For a listing of meetings, please goonline or call Hotline.Suicide Prevention of the Central Coast(831) 375-6966LOSS Support GroupMeets in Pacific Grove and MontereyThis group offers bereavement support for someone who haslost a loved one to suicide. Call to join a group near you.Local Helplines and HotlinesCHOMPBehavioral Health ServicesMental Health 24-hour crisis lineMedi-Cal Smoking QuitlineFree tips and plan to quit(831) 625-4623(800) No Butts (English)(800) 45-No Fume (Spanish) (800) 700-3874 ext. 55048/10/20174

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE FOR H EALTHMonterey County Rape Crisis Center24 hour crisis intervention services including counselingwith licensed therapists and registered Interns on a slidingfee scale are offered for both individual appointmentsand group therapy. Services are also available to parents,spouse/partner, and children over the age 12Suicide Prevention of the Central Coast 24-Hour SuicideCrisis LineCrisis line is available for anyone who is feeling suicidal orexperiencing a crisis and in need of support. Line isanonymous and confidential with interpreters available.24 Hour Crisis LineMonterey Peninsula (831) 375-4357Salinas/South County (831) 424-4357www.mtryrapecrisis.org24 hour toll-free Suicide Crisis Line(877) 663-5433 (1-877 ONE-LIFE)(831) 649-8008National Helplines and HotlinesCalifornia Youth Crisis PlanCalifornia Coalition for Youth offers support,encouragement, and referrals to youth needingassistance or in crisis situations.Gay Lesbian Bisexual & TransgenderNational Youth Talk LineA program of the GLBT National Help Center that offerssupport encouragement & assistance in crisis situations toyouth through age 25.Gay Lesbian Bisexual & Transgender National HotlineThe Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) NationalHotline provides telephone, online private one-to-one chatand email peer-support, as well as factual information andlocal resources for cities and towns across the United States.Centers for Disease Control and PreventionFor support in quitting, including free quit coaching, a freequit plan, free educational materials, and referrals to localresources.Kristin Brooks Hope Center24 hour crisis intervention hotline.The National Domestic Violence HotlineProvide confidential, one-on-one support offering crisisintervention, options for next steps and direct connection tosources for immediate safety. Available 24/7, 365 days/yearNational Cancer Institute Smoking QuitlineThe National Cancer Institute's trained counselors areavailable to provide information and help with quitting inEnglish or Spanish, Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 8:00pmEastern TimeNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline24 hours a day hotline. Calls are transferred to trainedcounselors in over 130 States. This service has a new featurefor veterans.National Teen Runaway HotlineA 24-hour crisis line.The mission of the National RunawaySafeline (NRS) is to help keep America’s runaway, homelessand at-risk youth safe and off the streets.Peer to Peer Crisis Teen LineTalk line from 6pm – 10 pmSuicide HotlineToll FreeThe Trevor ProjectThis is a free and confidential suicide prevention and crisishelp line for gay and questioning youth that offers hope andsomeone to talk to 24 hours a day.(800) 843-5200, 1PM-9PM Saturday 9AM2PM(800) 246-7743 kline/index.htmlMon-Fri 1PM-9PM Saturday 9AM2PM(800) 843-4564 tline/index.html(800) QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669) 442-HOPE (4673) 799-7233(800) 787-3224 (TTY) English &Spanish(877) 44U-QUIT (877-448-7848)(Spanish and English)English: (800) 273-TALK (8255)Spanish: (888) 800) RUNAWAY (800-786-2929) 852-8336 SUICIDE (800-784-2433)(866) 4-U-TREVOR (800) 700-3874 ext. 55048/10/20175

CENTRAL CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE FOR H EALTHVeterans Suicide Prevention HotlineThe Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and theirfamilies and friends with qualified, caring Department ofVeterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-freehotline, online chat, or text.Support for deaf and hard of hearing individuals isavailable.(800) Therapist(Therapist Referral)(800) 273-8255 ext.1Confidential toll-free hotline24 hours a dayText support available at 843-7274Online SupportCenters for Disease Control and Prevention Smokefree.govPhone Counseling and Text MessageProvides ideas about how to stop using tobacco.Support for Quitting SmokingIncludes free downloadable resources, live help phonewww.smokefree.govcounseling through text messaging, and text message program.CopingTutorSchizophrenia SupportA new clinically tested, self-help program, made for people with who hear voices.CopingTutor provides online training and tools based onCognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) which has been a provenadd-on treatment for psychosis and schizophrenia for manyyears. Free online trial.Eating Disorders Anonymous (EDA)Leader lead chat room - online support.A fellowship of individuals who share their experience, strengthhttp://eatingdisordersanonymous.organd hope with each other that they may solve their commonproblems and help others recover from eating disorders.MoodGYM site teaches people to use ways of thinking that will helpprevent depression and relieve depression symptoms.PendulumTo subscribe to Pendulum, go to:An email support group for people with bipolar endulumPostpartum Support International Online Support GroupPPMD Online Support GroupChats Tuesday nights 7:00pm PST Help Line Refers callers to local resourceHelp Lineand emergency services(800) 944-4PPD (4773)www.Beypartum.netRIDERSTo subscribe to the list, send the textA list for those who are involved in a relationship with someone"subscribe riders" in the body of a message tosuffering from bipolar disorder, but not suffering from [email protected] themselves.Schizophrenics Anonymous (SA)SA Support Conference Call GrpSA is a self-help group for persons who have schizophrenia or aSundays & Thursdays at 7PM Eastern Timeschizophrenia-related illness. You are invited to participate in(855) 640-8271; Pass code: 88286491#the Conference Call Support Groups.Friends & Family Support Conference CallTuesdays at 7PM Eastern Time(855) 640-8271; Pass code: 88286491# Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)Confidential Helpline at (800) 931-2237The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is the leadingMon-Thurs 9AM–9PMnon-profit organization in the United States advocating onFri 9AM-5PM ESTbehalf of and supporting individuals and families affected by (800) 700-3874 ext. 55048/10/20176

Mental Health or community providers who are part of the mental health system. Comprised of bilingual senior mental health clinicians and psychiatrists who provide assessments and referrals to mental health services. (888) 258-6029 Available 24 hours a day Monterey County Behavioral Health Adult Services