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Here is a compilation of information, tips, hints and resources available for ADULTS in Alameda County who are experiencing mental health challenges: It is known as the Quick Guide for Families and Friends Providing Care and Support For People with Mental Illness.

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This Quick Guide is revised as of March 2010 and reprinted. Hard copies are available from the Family Education & Resource Center for free. Individuals and agencies may contact (510)746-1700 for one or more copies.

To Locate Services:

The ACCESS Program (Acute Crisis Care and Evaluation for System-wide Services) 800-491-9099 Alameda County Residents may call this number to be referred to all County mental health and substance abuse services.

The City of Berkeley operates its own mental health system (outpatient services only) for its residents and those of Albany. For mental health services, Berkeley and Albany residents only may call 510-981-5290.

Asian ACCESS, 510-869-7200, located at 310 – 8th Street, Suite 201, Oakland - a program of Asian Community Mental Health Services provides mental health information and treatment referrals, free one-time mental health screening, and short-term treatment. Staff are fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin and Vietnamese; services in other Asian languages and dialects by arrangement.

Casa del Sol, 510-535-6200, located at 1501 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland - a program of La Clinica de La Raza; provides bilingual Spanish and bicultural mental health services including individual and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults.

Sausal Creek Outpatient Stabilization Services, 510-437- 2363, located at 2620 26th Avenue, Oakland – operates 5 days/week. Provides voluntary services for adults with Medi-Cal or no insurance in acute distress or discomfort as a result of mental illness, difficulty with medications or personal/family crisis.

Sausal Creek brochure for hours and specifics

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