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If this is an emergency or you are experiencing a crisis, please call 9-1-1.
Control yourself and stay calm. If you shout into the phone or at arriving officers or medical professionals, they can’t understand you.
View local resources for mental health services, community programs, and more below.
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.
Meets at Common Ground Church
8355 Arroyo Vista Dr, Sacramento, CA 95823
Click here for more information
Sutter Health offers Children’s Bereavement Art Group. The program uses the creative arts as a second language to help children and their families express grief after a loved one has died.
The Children’s Bereavement Art Group is free to children in Sacramento and surrounding communities. Children must be between the ages of 4-17 and have experienced the death of a significant person within the last year. Click here for more information.
Hope for Healthy Families is a non-profit counseling center offers affordable counseling to any member of the Elk Grove, South Sacramento and Galt communities. Fees are based on a sliding scale and start at $40/session. We believe that we can help you find hope in the process of learning how to live a more emotionally healthy life. Please call to set up an appointment. Click here to view information and locations.
Sharing Parents is a community of parents who have experienced the loss of a baby from the time of conception through early infancy. Sharing Parents provides a safe place for grieving parents to share their feelings and experiences with a compassionate community. We give and receive support by sharing our common experiences, learning about the natural grief process, identifying our emotions, and working through our loss. For over 30 years, Sharing Parents has helped parents move towards healing. Click here for more information.
Open to anyone age 18 or older who is looking for peer-led assistance as either a person recovering from mental illness or a family member/caregiver of someone who lives with mental illness. Offers support to youth, families, caregivers, and schools/school staff including:
- Family to Family
- Family Support Group
- Ending the Silence
- NAMI On Campus High School
- Peer/Family Resource Helpline (non-crisis): 916-890-5467
- Office Phone (appointments): 916-364-1642
Drop-in day center for women and children in Sacramento’s Oak Park neighborhood.
3414 4th Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95817
Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM, or by arrangement.
(916) 454-9688, ext. 211
Links Sacramento County residents of all ages to culturally and linguistically responsive, recovery-focused mental health services.
- 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Mon- Fri 24/7 Crisis calls
- Phone Number 916-875-1055
- After Hours 888-881-4881
Walk-in clinic for individuals with an urgent mental health need. The MHUCC is a client-centered program that focuses on providing immediate relief to individuals and families in distress. The program intends to avert psychiatric emergency room visits and involuntary hospitalizations. The goal of MHUCC is to foster recovery for individuals and families through the promotion of hope and wellness.
2130 Stockton Blvd Ste 300 Sacramento CA
- Mon- Friday 10:00 AM-7:00 PM (Last Walk-In at 6:00 PM)
- Saturday-Sunday and Holidays 10:00-6:00 ( last walk in 5:00 PM)
Calista Sordelet, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Jory Irons, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
3065 Freeport Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95818
Free Monthly Mental Health Sessions
Do you need support? A great first step that we recommend is attending a free mental health group session.
In partnership with The Cheatcode Foundation, we offer free, group mental health sessions to the community. The series, "Helping Communities Heal" takes place monthly at Pachamama Coffee and focuses on rotating topics.
Past discussions have covered topics such as: forgiveness, building resiliency, love and boundaries.
Click the button below to follow Cheatcode on Instagram, to view these upcoming sessions.
We have partnered with our very own Dr. Mondo and his foundation, Cheatcode.
The Cheatcode Foundation is committed to providing mental health coaching and brainspotting to individuals in our community who can benefit. We do not have a psychiatrist on staff.
The Cheatcode Foundation helps communities who are largely impacted by trauma, which commonly results in life-altering consequences. We create access to, and provide the same Cheatcode method of strategic, trauma-informed mental strength coaching used by world-class athletes, entertainers and top executives, which clears out anxiety, insecurities, trauma, and fear that are blocking individuals from living out their full potential.
These services are currently full due to excessive high-demand. Please see "Community Resources" or "Group Mental Health Experiences" above for other available alternatives. We appreciate your patience.
Upcoming Counseling, Coaching, and Support Group Events
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