Skillful, Compassionate Therapy in Berkeley

RESOURCES

Crisis

Mental Health

  • Family Education and Resource Center, FERC, 1-888-869-3372; website www.askferc.org; Eastmont Town Center -7200 Bancroft Ave, suite 269 (2nd floor)
  • Eden Information & Referral Line, dial 2-1-1; open 24/7, multiple languages
  • Family Caregiver info/referral/support – Mental Health Assoc. 510-835-0188
  • Patients’ Rights Advocates 1-800-734-2504
  • Social Security Disability Benefits/Mental Health Advocates – 510-835-5532
  • Consumer/Family complaint – 1-800-779-0787

ALAMEDA COUNTY RESOURCES

All Alameda County residents are eligible for mental health services through the county and the agencies with whom it contracts. The central point of coordination is the ACCESS number – 1-800-491-9099. An overview of services can be viewed at the Alameda County Network of Care website: www.networkofcare.org. (Click onto California/Alameda County).

BERKELEY AND ALBANY

Berkeley and Albany residents are eligible to receive mental health services through the Mental Health Department of the City of Berkeley.  Residents only may call 510-981-5290 for information about services.  The Berkeley Mobile Crisis Team may be reached via 510-981-5254.  The Family Advocate is Marcella Sabin; she can be reached at 510-981-7668 or via msabin@ci.berkeley.ca.us.

WEST CONTRA COSTA COUNTY

  • CRISIS:  1-888-678-7277 (3900 Bissell Avenue, Room 2400, Richmond 94805)
  • West Contra Costa Emergency and Crisis, 240 24th St., Richmond, 510-374-3420
  • West County Mental Illness Outpatient Services, 2523 El Portal Dr., #103, San Pablo, 510-374-7500

Our Address
3101 Telegraph Avenue Berkeley, CA 94705
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Clinical director
Roni Gillenson, MA, LMFT# 40438