Our person-centered approach to mental health services offers individuals and families a chance to achieve a better quality of life. We provide integrated trauma-informed and culturally-centered services to children, adolescents, families, and adults who would benefit from mental health services and supports. Services are provided in our main clinic at 680 Wilson Ave, at the Novato Teen Clinic, and in schools throughout the Novato Unified School District. We are also able to offer confidential telemental health services.
To get started, please call (415) 892-1643, ext 239 (se habla Español) for a confidential phone assessment.
If you or someone you know are thinking about suicide, thinking about harming someone else, experiencing severe emotional or behavioral distress, feeling out of touch with reality or disoriented, feeling out of control, or unable to care for one’s basic needs, seek help right away:
- Call your medical doctor or your mental health provider.
- Call 988, national 24/7 phone number for mental health crisis
- Call 911 for emergency services.
- Go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
- Call or go to County of Marin’s Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and can be reached at 415-473-6666.
- Call the County of Marin’s Mobile Crisis Response Team Monday – Friday 8 AM to 9 PM, Saturday 1 PM to 9 PM at 415-473-6392. This is not a replacement for calling 911.
- Call the toll-free, 24-hour Buckelew Suicide Prevention Hotline at 415-499-1100 or 855-587-6373.
- Text “MARIN” to 741741 to text with a Crisis Counselor.
For more information about crisis/emergency mental health services in Marin, visit: www.marinhhs.org/behavioral-health-recovery-services.