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Mental Health Resources

Local (Bay Area) Resources

The mission of the UCSF Alliance Health Project is to support the mental health and wellness of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) and HIV-affected communities in constructing healthy and meaningful lives.

Address: 1855 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone: (415) 476-3902


  • Mental Health Hotlines

Dial 211 if you need assistance locating long-term mental health resources, talking through a problem, or exploring mental health treatment options, call 211 to speak with a live person who can help.

Dial 988 or 1-800-273-8255 for suicide/crisis intervention

The Trevor Lifeline for LGBTQ Youth: call 1-866-488-7386

The Trans Lifeline: call 1-877-565-8860


Founded in 1977, we have been serving our community for over 40 years. As a certified Patient Centered Health Home, we provide a full range of primary care and illness prevention services.

Address: 1333 Meridian Avenue San Jose, CA 95125

Medical: 408-960-0660

Dental: 408-960-0645

Counseling: 408-960-0643

WIC: 408-960-0900


Whether you’re looking for services and support, LGBT-friendly businesses, or opportunities and training, The SF LGBT Center is here for you.

Address: 1800 Market Street San Francisco
Phone: 415.865.5555

The Paths (Re)Membered Project is offering NO COST mental health services to Two Spirit and Indigiqueer 2SLGBTQ+ persons aged 15 years and older. Services are currently offered in limited states (AL, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, ND, NE, NM, NV, NH, NJ, NC, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WV, WI, & WY). We are working hard to expand our availability to other states.

text NATIVE to 741741

text 2SLGBTQ to 97779

To connect w an affirming mental health professional:


We provide support services to Indigenous Survivors of violence and MMIP families on a as requested, limited basis. 24/7 confidential support line for Indigenous crisis support, access to direct services, and healthcare referrals

Call/text: (707) 335-6263


The American Indian Child Resource Center is a non-profit social services and educational community-based organization serving American Indian community members from across the greater Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area and surrounding counties. 

Address: 522 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610

Phone: (510) 208-1870


We provide 24/7 care for people in need, and our programs are transforming the state of homelessness, mental health crisis treatment, and decreasing reliance on policing. BACS is confronting systemic barriers that disproportionately effect people of color, people with behavioral health issues, and people impacted by generational poverty.

Address: 390 40th Street, Oakland, CA 94609

Phone: 510.613.0330


Horizons Unlimited of San Francisco, Inc. (Horizons) is a community-based organization located in San Francisco’s beloved Mission District and offers culturally and linguistically competent services, in English and Spanish, for the diverse population of the Mission District and the City and County of San Francisco. Since 1965, Horizons has had the honor and privilege to serve as a major access point for more than 250,000 native, immigrant, and newcomer youth and their families.

Address: 440 Potrero Avenue San Francisco CA 94110

Phone: (415) 487-6700


Dimensions Clinic is a welcoming, safe and open space for queer and trans youth to get comprehensive medical and mental health services. We offer free or low-cost healthcare for youth, ages 18 to 65, with Generic Viagra and Cialis services from Canadian pharmacy tailored specifically for people with ED.

ADDRESS: Castro-Mission Health Center 3850 17th St., San Francisco 94114 (between Noe St. & Sanchez St.)

Phone: (415) 934-7700



Building mental resilience, mental health challenges, getting help. 

Text CARING to 65664


To eliminate domestic violence by promoting the social, economic, and political self-determination of women and all survivors of violence and oppression.

24-HOUR CRISIS LINE: 1-877-751-0880

Address: 3543 18th Street #19 San Francisco, CA 94110


Our mission is to help people affected by HIV/AIDS, substance use, or mental health issues better realize opportunities by providing integrated legal, social, and health services that address the broad range of social risk factors that impact wellness and limit potential.

Address: 170 9th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

National Resources

teaches parents how to talk to children about sexuality, gender identity, consent, and boundaries. Parents can also text EMPOWER to 97779 to receive weekly text messages from Healthy Native Youth that offer health tips.



NAHC’s behavioral health services help clients build lasting self-awareness and management skills to improve balance, control, and overall health. Our staff has guided many people through intensely stressful times, resolution of past trauma, and ongoing addictions. Our trained therapists use a core group of best practices, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and EMDR, along with other Western therapeutic approaches, to meet a wide range of needs. We strive to stay culturally-rooted by working regularly in community support and outreach events and receiving regular consultation and training from traditional Native American practitioners and the Indian Health Service.

Phone: Alameda County (800) 309-2131

San Francisco (415) 781-0500

National Crisis Lifeline 988

Crisis Text Line Text MYLIFE to 741741


StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-762-8483) is a 24/7 confidential and anonymous culturally-appropriate domestic and sexual violence helpline for Native Americans. StrongHearts advocates offer the following services at no cost:

Call/text: 1-844-762-8483


Circles of Care is a program that supports children with severe emotional disturbances and their families. It is also a grant program for AI/AN communities.

SAMHSA Contact: 

Phone: 240-276-1132


  • One Sky Center

  • One Sky Center is a National Resource Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Health, Education and Research. It is dedicated to quality health care across Indian Country. Current initiatives include Evidence Based Practices In Indian Country and a Native-to-Native Mentorship program for graduate students and junior and mid-career faculty interested in substance abuse research.

Address: Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

Phone: 503.970.7895

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