Guide to Counseling Services Providers in Greater Contra Costa County
38th 2nd Bissell
Richmond, CA 94805
Hours: Mon Fri 8-5pm
Fax: (510) 374-3068
Services: Provides Psychiatric Outpatient Service for young adults ages 18-21 or older. Adults with emotional problems such as Delusional Disorder, Psychosis NOS, major depressive disorders, Bipolar disorders, schizophrenia and other organic mental disorders with acute symptoms, requiring medications and/or hospitalizations. Apply in person. Fees vary according to income.
Service Area: East, west, and central
303 41st Street
Richmond CA 94804
Hours: Mon Thurs 8-7, Fri 8-5
Ph: (510) 374-3261
Fax: (510) 374-3857 Restriction(s): West CCC residents only,
Services: Provide comprehensive out patient services to children ages -18 and families with social, emotional and/or behavioral problems and their families. Individualized treatment program may include assessment and diagnosis, individual, family, group psychotherapy play and activities therapy, crisis intervention, consultation and referral and parenting groups.
24-hour hotline: (888) 678-7277
Intake Procedure: Referral through TBS program
Hours/Days: Mon-Fri 8:30-5pm
Eligibility: Children ages 3-21, at risk to themselves and/or primary caregiver, meets criteria for medical necessity & Medi-Cal. No Fees.
Services: Time-limited one-to-one behavioral intervention targeting children at extreme risk themselves / their primary caregivers. Behavioral specialist is assigned to do a functional analysis and treatment plan to target high-risk, out-of-control behaviors such as hitting, head-banging, or property destruction.
1915 D Street
Antioch, CA 94509
Ph: (925) 754-3673
(925) 646-2224 Mental Health Referral
Services: Provides school plus full-day and half-day treatment program with outpatient mental health services to work on family issues sexual and physical abuse, substance abuse, academic and social skills, and gang involvement Hours/Days- Mon-Fri 8:30-5pm
Eligibility: Females ages 12-18, in The 7th-12th grade, on probation or at risk of being Languages: Spanish
Fees: Sliding scale for treatment, prevention Services are free, Medi-Cal accepted
1340 Arnold Drive, Suite 200
Martinez, CA 94553
Day/Hours: Mon-Fri 9-5pm
Ph: (925) 957-5150
Access Line: 1-888-678-7277
Services: Promotes mental health, the prevention of mental illness, and the improved care and treatment of the mentally ill. Citizen volunteer and staff work to eradicate the stigma affecting the mentally disable, educate the public on critical mental health issues. Theres a match program that connects an adult in the community with a young person who is in trouble. Program Restriction: If they have Medi-Cal, they are assigned a therapist/ and can get medication.
Service Area: East, central, west.
205 39 Street
Richmond, CA 94805
Ph: (510) 412-5930
Fax: (510) 412-0567
Hours/Days: Mon-Wed 9-5:30pm,
Thurs 15:30 pm
Appointments after 5:30pm by arrangement
Program Restriction: Work with non-insured individuals
Services: Provides bilingual/bicultural mental health services for primarily Spanish residents of West Contra Costa County who are experience emotional distress problems with children and Crisis on conflict within the family.
Service Area: East, Central, West, Alameda and Solana
Mt. Diablo High School
2245 Bacon Street
Concord CA 94520 - 2297
Ph: (925) 827-3857
Fax: (925) 827-4104
Attn: Families First Website: www.familiesfirstinc.org Hours/Days: Mon-Fr 9-2pm
Services: Provides services designed for teens who have not been successful in a public school setting due to their emotional disturbance and for whom less intensive services have not been sufficient. Average length of time in program is 12 months.
Eligibility: High school students exhibiting problems that seriously interfere with their school performance. Grades 9-12.
12240 San Pablo Avenue,
Richmond, CA. 94805
Phone: (510) 970-9750
Fax: (510) 970-9751
Services: The AFRCs staff are culturally competent bilingual counselors from the KHMU, LAO, MIEN, and VIETNAMESE communities. Following services are provided: Drug and Alcohol Education and Treatment for youth and their families. Leadership Development activities nurture self-esteem and build multicultural understanding through partnership collaboration and shared decision-making. Advocacy and leadership skills empower API youth to influence. Intake assessments, case management services, parent support groups, community integration services for Asians.
996 Oak Grove Road
Concord, CA 94518
Ph: (925) 798-7500
Hours: 9am-9pm by appointment only.
Services: Individual counseling for youth and young adults. Areas of counseling include depression, parent-child conflict, school programs, separation and divorce, childhood and adult abuse, abandonment and rejection.
Fees: Cost determined by income. Maximum fee is $60/hr.
3663 Pacific Avenue
Concord, CA 94550
Ph: (925) 449-5845
(925) 449-5842 (24-hour crisis line)
Services: Serving adults and children who have survived domestic violence or sexual assaults. 30 bed shelter for battered women and their children and affordable counseling / food pantry and free mobile health services.
Service Area: central and other.
1410 Danzig Plaza, 2nd Floor
Ph: (925) 676-2845
Fax: (925) 676-0532
Ph: (888) 215 5555 (24-hour crisis line)
Website: www. standagainstdv.org
Service Area: East, Central and West.
Services: Provide support, shelter and training to people who are abused, treatment programs to people who abuse, and preventive education programs to youth, children and adults experience abuse in the future. These services fall under categories: Intervention, Treatment, and Prevention.
263 South 20th Street
Richmond CA 94804
Ph: (510) 215-4670
Fax: (510) 215-9713
Hours: Monday Friday 9-5 pm Serves only residents of West County children, youth and their families.
Services: Provides a comprehensive service delivery systems designed to improve the coordination of services to children youth and their families. Service includes; clinical assessment, crisis intervention, case manager, individual group counseling, advocacy and parenting.
1727Martin Luther King Way, Ste 109
Oakland CA 94612
Ph: (510) 893-9230
Crisis hotline: (510) 893-5444
Fax: (510) 893-2074
Website: www.psshelps.org Area Serviced: Contra Costa County
Services: Provides families with comprehensive services to prevent and treat child abuse and promote positive parenting.
2086 Commerce Ave,
Concord, CA 94520
Ph: (925) 827-0212
Services: Gives counseling to families in the Contra Costa County area
Walnut Creek CA 94596
Hours/Days: Mon-Fri 8-5pm
Ph: (925) 933-0107
Cost: $3.00 charge
Services: Help people who have been diagnosed with cancer Individuals and family counseling is available therapy groups, support system (ages 18 & up)
Richmond CA 94801
Ph: (510) 232-1250
Website: www.ppshaastadiablo.org Area serviced: Contra Costa County
Services: Provides family planning, education, related medical services, counseling, birth control prenatal care, childbirth classes, abortion information, cancer screening, dysphasia services AIDS services, offers disability counseling. All services are confidential regardless of age.
Service Area: east, west, and central
Fees: vary according to income.
PO Box 161448
Sacramento, CA 95816
Ph: (800) 843-5200
Services: Statewide 24hr crisis line providing crisis line intervention counseling, youth-to-parent message services, phone connections to service providers and families, information and referrals to youth in crisis and their families
Hours/Days: 24hrs daily
501 Railroad Avenue
Pittsburg CA 94565
Ph: (925) 439 5400
Hours: Mon Fri 9-5pm
Service Area: East
Services: Parenting classes English / Spanish
Community Presentation Series
Health Educator Training Program
Leadership Training Program
Scholarship for Recreation Program
Ph: (800) 843-5200
Hours: Open 24hrs a day / 7 days a week Available to youth and young adults ages 12-24.
Services: Listens and gives feedback without judgment. Will provide referrals.
Service Area: Other
597 Center Avenue, Suite 320
Martinez, CA 94553
Contact Person: Fatima Matal Sol
Ph: (925) 313-6311
Fax: (925) 313-6390
P.O. Box 1064
Albany, OR. 97321
Fax: (541) 812-0116
Hours: Mon Fri 9-5
Eligibility: Adolescent age 13-18
Services: Provides a mental health and alcohol and drug abuse treatment program for youth offering a 21-day wilderness expedition with traditional psychotherapy theory and techniques, behavior management therapy and a modified 12-step approach to address drug and alcohol and behavioral problems.
2781 Telegraph Avenue,
Oakland, CA 94612
Ph: (510) 625-7800
Hours/Days: 24 hours daily
Services: Provides help for youth and their families.
951 Ventura Avenue
Albany, CA 94707
Ph: (510) 526-1617
Hours: 24 hours daily.
Eligibility: Adolescents, 10-18 years
Fees: Accepts medi-cal
Services: Provides drug abuse services, emergency services, family planning, individual and family development, organization support, child protection and care, education services, employment and training, recreation and leisure services.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9-5pm
Ph: (800) 637-0701
Service Area: Contra Costa County
Services: Support families with teen challenges. Provides a National toll free hotline to assist parents, child care professional, and other in locating appropriate resources for the treatment of adolescents struggling with making the best choices in their lives. Refers parents to teen programs and alcohol and drug treatment centers. Helps parents find financial aid for program. Fee: None
3024 Willow Pass Rd
Concord CA 94519
Ph: (925) 363 5000
Service Area: East, Central and West
Services: Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Services
Youth Substance Abuse Treatment
Juvenile Drug Court Treatment
Familias Fuertes / Strong Families
Youth Diversion Counseling
1915 D Street
Antioch CA 94509
Ph: (925) 754-3673
Services: Through positive peer participation, students learn enhance decision making skills build personal responsibility and strengthen self-confidence.
2086 Commerce Ave, Concord CA. 94520
Ph: 925-827-0212 ext 150
When: Tues & Wed 67:15 pm in Concord
Fees: $20 per session; Medi-Cal accepted
Services: Offers techniques to control anger with acceptable response for difficult and frustrating events.
3385 Main Street. Ste. B Oakley, CA 94561
Ph: (925) 809-7920
Fax: (925) 240-7871
Services: Anger management girls self esteem. (9th grade to 12th grade) Through positive peer group participation, students learn to develop the ability to think positively in anger producing situations decrease the frequency of anger thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Learn and implement stress management skills to reduce the level of stress that accompanies it. Also:
Job preparation and placement
Good employers and wage growth
Paid job training
Assistance finding affordable housing
Help with legal issues
Child support case assistance including
DNA testing, drivers license releases, modification of support orders, reasonable arrears payments. Fathers Taking Responsibility support groups. Support Group meetings are safe, and drug and alcohol free. Food is provided during meetings
PO Box 3364
Walnut Creek, CA. 94598
Ph: (800) 833 2900
Or 1 (800) 784-2433 (Suicide)
Walnut Creek, CA 94595
Ph: (925) 472-0999
Contra Costa Youth Council