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Crisis Contacts & Services

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911 immediately.

The Sacramento County Mobile Crisis Support Team (Tu – F, 9 am – 7 pm) can also perform mental health evaluations if they are requested when calling in a psychiatric emergency and if the team is available to be dispatched.

If you have non-urgent questions about the information provided here, feel free to call us at the NAMI Sacramento office:
(916) 364-1642

DISCLAIMER: Our resource directory is intended for any person seeking community referrals and new avenues of treatment, housing, legal aid and other forms of support for individuals living with a mental health condition. Our helpline is answered when volunteers are available. NAMI Sacramento is not an crisis resolution intermediary: we have no therapists, psychiatrists or other mental health care professionals on staff for the function described. We do not place individuals with other organizations, but are happy to provide insight and a plethora resources to choose from.

211 Sacramento
All types of resources incl. emergency housing (Sacramento County)
Adult Protective Services
Alcoholics Anonymous
California Youth Crisis Line
Calaveras County Mental Health
Child Protective Services
Children’s Receiving Home
Cocaine Anonymous
Crisis Nursery (ages 0 –6)
Crisis Text Line
Trained crisis counselors with active listening and collaborative problem-solving skills.
El Dorado County Mental Health
Marijuana Anonymous
Mental Health Urgent Care Center
Walk-in center open M-F 10 to 9 and Sat/Sun/Holidays 10 to 5; across the street from the UC Davis Medical Center at 2130 Stockton Blvd., Bldg 300–in the back on the left
Minor Emergency Response Team
My Sister’s House Multilingual Domestic Violence
Narcotics Anonymous Sacramento
National Assn. of Anorexia & Assoc Disorders
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Choose 1 for Veterans Suicide Lifeline
Placer County Mental Health & Substance Use
DeWitt Center, Auburn
WEAVE Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence
Runaway –California Youth Crisis Line
Sacramento County Mental Health Access
Adults and children
Self-Injury –SAFE: Self Abuse Finally Ends
Suicide Prevention Crisis Line
Sacramento Police (non-emergency)
Hope Cooperative Mental Health Crisis Respite Center
23-hour respite center; transportation provided in Sacramento County
Veterans Resource Center
WIND Youth Crisis Hotline

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