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Adults living in Berkeley with severe mental illnesses can access voluntary treatment services at the Adult Mental Health Clinic.
The Adult Mental Health Clinic provides mental health services for Berkeley residents (including those experiencing homelessness) who are over 18 years old, have a severe mental illness, and have a functional impairment. Learn more about eligibility, how to access services, and what services are offered.
The mental health professionals at the Adult Mental Health Clinic provide counseling and case management services with the goal of helping people to better manage their mental health symptoms, obtain and maintain housing or other community resources and move forward in their recovery.
Current clients can reach their assigned clinician by calling (510) 981-5290.
For questions/inquiries about Mental Health Services, please email MentalHealth@cityofberkeley.info.
Full Service Partners and their families can get support after working hours and on holiday and weekends by calling the after-hours crisis phone line: (510) 981-5259. This will connect you to Crisis Support Services of Alameda County, who will provide crisis support, referrals, and communicate the next morning with your treatment team around any ongoing needs.