NAMI Sacramento, Sacramento's Voice on Mental Illness

Support and Treatment

There are many local independent organizations, treatment centers, and nonprofit organizations in Sacramento that provide essential programs, education and support for people living with mental illness and their families. Select from the drop-down list below or scroll down the page to see them all.

Anxiety Treatment Center
 
Offers treatment services for children, adolescents, and adults, specializing in treating anxiety and related disorders. Knowledgeable and experienced staff are compassionate and sensitive to each individual's needs.
http://www.anxietytreatmentexperts.com/
   
Bereavement Network Resources of Sacramento, Inc.
 
Promotes effective healing from loss through education, information, referral and support.
http://www.griefhelpsacramento.com/
   
California Institute of Mental Health
 
Works with mental health professionals to promote excellence in mental health services through training, technical assistance, research and policy development.
http://www.cimh.org
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Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, Sacramento Chapter
 
Offers support and direction for people living with mood disorders in a confidential, group meeting setting. Provides an opportunity to meet with others who can relate to similar experiences. See Support Meetings
http://www.dbsasacramento.org
email
Andrea Hillerman andrea@mhasc.org
Marilyn Hillerman marilynhillerman@yahoo.com
Andrea Hillerman (916) 875-4710
Marilyn Hillerman (916) 875-5644
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Early Diagnosis and Preventive Treatment of Psychotic Illness
(EDAPT Clinic, U.C. Davis Medical Center)
 
Comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for people age 12-40 who are experiencing their first episode of psychotic symptoms, who are at high risk, or showing early indicators of these symptoms.
http://earlypsychosis.ucdavis.edu/
email
jane.dube@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu
Jane DuBe, LCSW (916) 734-2964
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Eastfield Ming Quong (EMQ) Children and Family Services
 
EMQ is the leading provider of children's mental health, wraparound, and social services in California, for children with serious emotional and behavioral challenges.
http://www.emq.org/
(916) 388-6400
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Friends for Survival, Inc.
 
Provides support for those who have survived the loss of a loved one by suicide. See Support Meetings
http://www.suicidology.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=60
Marilyn Koenig at (916) 392-0664 or (800) 646-7322
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Loaves and Fishes
 
Provides many survival services for the homeless, including:
Genesis - free mental health care for homeless adults
Sister Nora's Place - a shelter for chronically homeless
mentally ill women
http://www.sacramentoloavesandfishes.org
Genesis: Carol Nutt (916) 548-4134 or (916) 669-1536
Sister Nora's Place: Margaret Mary Canales (916) 669-7000

1321 North C Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

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Mental Health Association, Sacramento Chapter
 
Offers programs including Sacramento Advocacy for Family Empowerment, consumer advocacy, senior peer counseling, outreach, support groups and self-help training, and an annual Tri-County Self-Help Directory.
web address
http://www.mhasc.org
phone
(916) 366-4600
address

9719 Lincoln Village Drive, Suite 407, Sacramento, CA 95827-3331  

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NAMI Sacramento
  Offers self-help, advocacy, training and support by consumers, family members and friends of persons afflicted with serious brain disorders (mental illnesses), such as schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, major depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders and others. See Support Groups
web address
http://www.namisacramento.org
email
office@namisacramento.org
phone
(916) 364-1642
address

3440 Viking Drive, Suite 125, Sacramento, CA 95827-2844

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National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Sacramento Affiliate
 
Provides education and advocacy as well as several treatment programs that target high-risk populations. The NCADD Sacramento Region is a certified alcohol and drug treatment provider.
web address
http://www.ncaddsac.org
phone
(916) 922-9217
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Recovery, Inc.
 
Offers a free method to regain and maintain mental health, for people diagnosed with mood disorders, psychotic disorders, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, and personality disorders, as well as people who are not diagnosed, but who are having difficulty dealing with the problems of everyday life. See Support Groups
web address
http://www.recovery-inc.com/
phone
(916) 483-5616
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River Oak Center for Children
 
Offers prevention and assessment, early intervention and therapy and treatment. Family-focused programs give hope and opportunities for life improvements to children and their biological and foster families, as well as young mothers and their infants.
web address
http://www.riveroak.org/
phone
(916) 609-5100
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Sacramento Veterans Administration Medical Center
 
A 45-bed, state-of-the-art, inpatient facility offering a full range of comprehensive health care services including medical, surgical, primary and mental health care to veterans.
web address
http://www1.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?ID=99&dnum=ALL
phone
(800) 382-8387 or (916) 366-5366
address
10535 Hospital Way, Sacramento, CA 95655
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Strategies for Change
 

Education and support services that deter the onset or continuation of substance abuse. Families can break the cycle of trauma, violence and substance abuse.

web address
http://www.strategies4change.org
phone
1(866) 448-2951
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U.C. Davis Imaging Research Center, Translational Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory
 
A research program on the brain mechanisms regulating cognitive and affective processing in normal individuals and in those with psychiatric disorders, emphasizing schizophrenia.
web address
http://carterlab.ucdavis.edu
phone
(916) 734-3230
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Please always consult a trained mental health professional before making any decision
regarding treatment of yourself or others.