In response to State and Stanislaus County Public Officials, all Stanislaus County BHRS programs, sites, and services require individuals to wear a mask and social distancing. Services are accessible for our clients by appointment, calling their service provider to schedule, or by walk-in as available.
According to current Covid-19 safety procedures: if you are experiencing a high fever and difficulty breathing, or dry cough with fever and difficulty breathing, you should contact your primary care medical provider (PCP) immediately and contact program staff via phone to let them know so they can support you via the phone.
Our crisis service phone lines are open please call:
For those seeking additional information and services please contact:
Stanislaus County Program Information
Call: 1-888-376-6246 for county program information on mental health and alcohol and drug services.
Call: (209) 558-4600 For Emergency Services if you are in a crisis and need to speak to someone.
For those seeking client and family support, please contact:
Call: (209) 558-4610 for a Peer Advocate, or
Call: (209) 525-4982 for a Family Advocate, or
Call: (209) 558-7494 for the Family Partnership Center (Children Youth Family Advocacy)
Suicide Prevention & Crisis Services
Call: 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-SUICIDE for Suicide Prevention Crisis Lines & Nationally Accredited Crisis Center.
For those seeking mental health services please contact:
County Mental Health Triage Services
Call: (209) 402-0727 for Adult Services
Call: (209) 576-1750 for Children’s Services