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Mental Health Association of Alameda County's Other Programs

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Mental Health Association of Alameda County

The Mental Health Association of Alameda County (MHAAC) has been serving people with mental illness and their families throughout Alameda County, California since 1958.

MHAAC is an independent local affiliate of the Mental Health Association in California, which is based in Sacramento, and Mental Health America with offices in Alexandria, Virginia.

The MHAAC is a non-profit agency governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.

MHAAC Executive Director: Steve Bischoff

MHAAC's current fiscal year budget is $2,950,000; of this, 90% comes from contracts with Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services and San Mateo County Mental Health Services and the remainder from special events revenue and individual contributions.

In addition to FERC, MHAAC operates the following programs:

  • MHAAC is also a partner in Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP) an exciting new program that reaches out to help youth and young adults (age 16-24) when they are first experiencing symptoms of psychosis

 

 

Contact information:

954 60th St. Suite #10
Oakland, CA 94608

510-835-5010


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