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Community Resources & Warmlines

Warmlines

Consumer Operated Warmline (CalVoices)
916-366-4668
M-F 9 am to 5 pm

Friendship Line 24 hours
800-971-0016

Hope Cooperative Peer Support Line 
855-502-3224
M – F 8 to 5

A Mother’s Heart
916-681-2907
www.a-mothers-heart.org
Supporting women and families experiencing perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.

Project Return Peer Support Network Warmline
English 888-448-9777
Spanish 888-448-4055
www.prpsn.org
7 days a week 5pm-10pm PST; a non-crisis peer support phone line for English and Spanish speakers.

Family Resource Center Warmline (special needs)
English 916-455-9500
Spanish 916-922-1490

Addiction/Dual-Diagnosis

AlAnon and Alateen
888-425-2666
http://sacal-anon.blogspot.com/p/find.html
Meetings during day or evening, weekday or weekends

Alcoholics Anonymous
English 916-454-1100
Spanish 916-428-7086
http://aasacramento.org/meetings/
Online meetings to listen in: http://aasacramento.org/other-resources/meeting-guide-smart-phone-tablet-application-2/

Bi-Valley Medical Clinics
Sacramento 916-649-6793
Carmichael 916-974-8090

Bridges Inc. – (Alcohol or Other Drugs – AOD) recovery-oriented services
916-450-0700

California Smokers Helpline
800-662-8887
https://www.nobutts.org/
For ages 13-17 need parental consent for the program. Counselors are available weekdays, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m) or sign up 24/7 online.
Chinese 800-838-8917
Korean 800-556-5564
Spanish 800-456-6386
Vietnamese 800-778-8440
Tobacco Chewers 800-844-2439

D & A Detox (24 hour)
916-364-7660

Marijuana Anonymous
800-766-6779
For meeting times and locations call 916-341-9469
http://www.sacramentoma.org/
Online chatroom https://www.ma-online.org/schedule.html

Medmark Treatment Center (opioid addiction treatment)
916-391-4293

Another Choice, Another Chance (Sacramento County)
916-361-2089

C.O.R.E. Medical Clinic (methadone)
916-442-4985

Cocaine Anonymous
916-595-7910
www.ca.org
Meetings: Saturday, 7:00 PM South Sacramento
Mercy Housing Boulevard Court
5321 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento
Sunday: 6:30 PM East Sacramento
Methodist Church (The Table), 5265 H Street (park in lot north of Church)

Narcotics Anonymous Sacramento
800-600-4673
http://sacramentona.org/meetings/
Spanish language meetings: Amor y Comprensión
http://sacramentona.org/meetings/?tsml-day=any&tsml-query=Spanish

Strategies for Change (North)
916-473-5764
4441 Auburn Blvd., Suite E, Sacramento

Strategies for Change (South)
916-395-3552
http://www.strategies4change.org/
4343 Williamsbourgh Drive, Sacramento

Life Ring Secular Recovery
800-811-4142
http://www.liferingsacramento.org/Meetings.html
(faith-neutral recovery program)
Peer to peer support program. List of meetings in Sacramento

Sacramento County System of Care
916-875-9754
3321 Power Inn Rd, Suite 120, Sacramento, CA 95826 Sacramento County provides assessment and support for dual-diagnosis treatment based on specific needs. Assessments are by appointment only.  Hours of operation 8-12 and 1-4 p.m.

Mental Health

Mental Health Urgent Care Center (MHUCC)
916-520-2460
Sacramento County
https://www.tpcp.org/programs/urgent-care/
Walk in: 10 to 10 M-F, 10-6 Weekends/Holidays, no insurance needed/all accepted2130 Stockton Blvd., Bldg 300, Sacramento – in the back on the left

Sacramento County Mobile Crisis Unit 911
Sacramento Police or Sacramento Sheriff will come out with a CIT trained specialist. Dispatch hours Tuesday – Friday 9:00 am – 7:00 pm

Sacramento County Community Support Team
916-874-6015
Helps connect individuals to County Mental Health Services from the field. Available M-F 9 am – 5 pm or leave voice mail after hours (one clinician and one peer support specialist) to help someone with an urgent situation get the services they need.

Sacramento County ACCESS Team
916-875-1055
8:00 – 4:30 M-F Phone assessment and phone referrals for moderate to severe mental health issues (not Autism, unless person has another co-occurring disorder). Ages 0 to 17 legal caregiver must call. Medi-cal and/or Medi-care only.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-8255
24/7 (Veterans/Active Duty Crisis Line choose #1)
Online chat: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/
Youth suicide prevention: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/help-yourself/youth/
English 800-273-8255
Spanish 888-628-9454
Deaf and hard of hearing line 800-799-4889

Suicide Prevention Crisis Line
916-368-3111

National Assoc. of Anorexia Nervosa & Assoc. Disorders
630-577-1330
www.anad.org
Monday-Friday 9:00 am -5:00 pm Central Time

National Runaway Safeline
800-621-4000
https://www.1800runaway.org/
24-hour crisis line for ages 12-21 and family

MyEars2Hear (text)
916-222-2797
https://www.MyEars2Hear.org/support-group-info
Contact info@myears2hear.org
For parents of special needs kids with severe mental health disorders and any disabilities

Lu-Mein Community Services
916-383-3083
www.unitediumien.org/
5625 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento
Comprehensive services and transportation

Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault & Related Services

National Domestic Violence Hotline
866-331-9474

National Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline
800-656-4673

WEAVE – Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence
916-920-2952

My Sister’s House (multilingual, domestic violence)
916-428-3271

A Community for Peace
916-728-5613
https://acommunityforpeace.org

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