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Mental Health Association of Alameda County (MHAAC) - Programs:

Mental Health Advocates

Who we are: Mental Health Advocates are specially trained staff members who work with people who need help acquiring mental health and other services, financial aid or benefits, and almost anything else a person needs in order to survive in the community.

Who Is Eligible: Alameda County residents over the age of 18 with severe mental illness.

What Is The Cost: Free

How To Get In Touch: Call or come in to our office Monday - Friday 9am-5pm.

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

510-835-5532



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