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JaniServicesCostAddressContactWebsiteOperation during COVID-19Update
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7 CupsPeer-run (not licensed therapists) online chat 24/7; or with licensed online therapist for 18+Free for peer-run online; $150/mo for online licensed therapisthttps://www.7cups.com/Same as usual5/14
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Asian Health Services Specialty Mental Health ClinicServices to children, youth and adults experiencing moderate to severe mental health illness, including: assessment, therapy, medication, case management, crisis intervention, hotline response, prevention and education, advocacy, support and referral servicesSliding scale to $50, accept Medicare
and MediCal
310 8th St. Oakland,
94607
510-735-3939https://asianhealthservices.org/specialty-mental-health-clinic/Offering telehealth, call number to get a screening5/4
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Berkeley Therapy InsituteAccepts patients with active suicidal ideation and substance use. Adult, children, adolescent, family, couple outpatient; psychological and substance use treatment; psychological testing and neuropsychological testing and assessment; psychiatric treatment, interns and licensed staff$35–$205; psychiatric services not low fee; insurnace and MediCal1749 MLK, Berkeley510-841-8484www.bti.orgAll clinicians are now able to offer teletherapy or telemedicine. Most insurance plans now cover these practices.4/14/20
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Blue Oak Therapy CenterAccepts patiens with active suicidal ideation and substance use. Individual, couples, child and adolescent, family psychotherapy; MFT interns, holistic orientation; don't routinely exclude clients$45–903101 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley510-649-9818http://blueoaktherapycenter.org/We are now offering virtual therapy, either by phone or video (teletherapy), for all clients as a safety precaution due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We welcome any inquiries about this.4/14/20
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California's Peer-Run Warm LinePeer-run (not licensed therapists) 24/7 non-crisis, non-emergency emotional support; can call once every 4 hours and talk for up to 20 mins; phone callFreeOnline855-845-7415https://www.mentalhealthsf.org/peer-run-warmline/Same as usual4/29
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CBT Clinic: Wright InstituteCognitive, behavioral & mindfulness-based therapies; Group, individual and couples; therapy to monolingual Spanish-speakers is available$20–50 sliding scale; full-time students: $15 fixed; groups: $5–$151000 Dwight Way, Berkeley CA 94710510-923-2241https://www.wi.edu/wi-clinical-services-cbt-clinic?gclid=CjwKCAjwvtX0BRAFEiwAGWJyZHm1HNWYvgM1NWVUuRwpRhx6JsuMCJ1LbkhDdzMSikPzflXC2iW6qBoCeM8QAvD_BwEPlease call and leave a voicemail at (510) 923-2241 and provide us with times you are free for a return call. Our intake coordinator will call you to answer any questions you may have and conduct a brief phone screening before scheduling your intake. Please note, we do not offer walk-in appointments and we do not communicate via email or text. We can only offer a voicemail system at this time.4/14/20
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Center for Mindful PsychotherapyCollective of over 40 therapists serving the Bay Area with holistic and mindful approaches to psychotherapy for ndividuals, partners, children, teens, families and groupsNot low fee, many clinicians offer sliding scaleBased on therapist's location855-500-6463https://mindfulcenter.org/Same as usual (see Services column) but everything online.3/30
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Community Insitute for Psychotherapy (CIP)Individual, children, couples, family; long-term and short-term
psychodynamic; Interns, and licensed staff;
Sliding Scale; Accepts Medi-Cal and
insurance
1330 Lincoln Ave., Suite
201, San Rafael
(415) 459-5999 ext. 102www.cipmarin.orgWe are open and providing service via tele-therapy (video and phone)4/14/20
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Community PsychiatryMedi-Cal & most major insurance855-427-2778communitypsychiatry.comWe are here for you. Our psychiatrists and therapists are available and accepting new patients across California for telemedicine appointments.4/14/20
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Crisis response programNorth County CRP (Within Oakland Community Support Services, Eastmont Town Center) 7200 Bancroft Avenue, Suite 125, Oakland CA 94605800-491-9099https://alameda.networkofcare.org/mh/services/agency.aspx?pid=CrisisResponseProgramNorthCounty_344_2_0Clients must call ACCESS at the 800 number listed for referral to this program. Offers a participant-centered and goal-oriented process for assessing the needs of an individual for particular services. Case managers assist the client in obtaining services, reviews participant accomplishments, outcomes and barriers to completing goals. Crisis services offer an immediate therapeutic response to a client exhibiting acute psychological distress and can be treated with-in a twenty three hour period.4/14/20
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Depression & Bipolar Support Group (SF)Young Adults Group for anyone between the ages of 18 and 35 who is diagnosed with depression or bipolar disorder. This group meets every Monday night from 6:45 - 8:15p and on Saturdays from 1.30 - 3p. Meetings are held in lower level conference room C at St. Francis Hospital San Francisco. There is no cost to attend the support group. Drop in to the group anytime.Free415-995-4792https://www.dbsasf.org/Due to COVID-19 our in-person groups have been suspended. We are switching to digital meetings. If you are interested in joining us, please contact dbsasf@gmail.com for access to our General support group or sarah.gentile@comcast.net for access to our Friends and Family support group.Our General Group, for people living with mental illness, meets Mondays at 6:30pm and Saturdays at 1:30pm. Our Friends and Family Group, for people with loved ones living with mental illness, meets the first and third Monday of the month at 6:30pm.4/14/20
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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills GroupDBT skills classes; client must be in individual tx and referred
by therapist; session 7-9pm Thursdays
$280/month; insurance accepted2428 Dwight Way,
Berkeley
Michelle Silver, MFT; 510-
406-1275
https://www.dbtberkeley.com/No info available / awaiting call back4/14/20
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Earth Circles CounselingIndividuals, couples, families and groups; Interns and licensed stafflow to moderate fee; Medi-Cal166 Santa Clara Ave
Ste 205, Oakland
510-601-1929https://www.earthcirclescenter.com/
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Highland Hospital Substance Abuse ProgramFocuses on the early stages of recovery, 18 and over; specific program for women that are in the perinatal phase in their pregnancyMedi-Cal. Free. Doesn't turn people away.510-437-5122https://alameda.networkofcare.org/mh/services/agency.aspx?pid=HighlandHospitalSubstanceAbuseProgram_344_2_0Everything is over the phone5/4
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Holos InstituteAdults, children, teens, couples, families and groups$50–$130; does not accept insurace5463 College Ave, Oakland; SF510-287-8816https://holosinstitute.net/Zoom, FaceTime, phone; fees greatly reduced for the next 3 months3/30
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Kaiser Mental Health - OaklandNo referral needed for TxKaiser510-752-1075https://thrive.kaiserpermanente.org/care-near-you/northern-california/eastbay/departments/psychiatry/how-to-get-care/Similar, though must wear mask and go through temperature-check checkpoints.4/29/20
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Korean Community Center of the East BayKorean agency that provides comprehensive service, education, community resource development and advocacy for immigrants in the Bay Area, with a focus on East Asians.Free97 Callan Avenue
San Leandro
844-828-2254
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La Clinica - Casa Del SolMental health services; focuses on Latinx and Spanish-speaking clients; currently offering teletherapy to folks not in crisis. For folks 21+, must be in crisis or grave disability to receive services. For folks under 21, does not have to be in crisis to ge therapyNo private pay; under 18 must have Medi-Cal, over 18 can be uninsured but pay based on scale derived by the county1501 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland510-535-6200http://www.laclinica.org/CasaDelSol/Same as usual (see Services column) but everything online.4/1
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Mental Health Div of City of BerkeleyAlbany and Berkeley residents only; case management and psychiatry for severe mental health issues, in/out of hospital; if high functioning, can still call to get referralsOnly Medi-cal and Medicare2640 MLK @Derby,
Berkeley
(510) 981-5244https://www.cityofberkeley.info/Mental_Health/Still have walk-in hours for face-to-face, encouring phone screening (phone open:10-5, M-F)5/4
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Multi-Lingual Counseling CenterServing African-American, Caucasian, Latinx, Afghan, Korean, Indian and Iranian clientsFree for Medi-Cal recipient in Alameda County510-451-0661http://multilingualcounseling.com/Same as usual (see Services column) but everything online.4/1
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Oak Creek Counseling CenterAffordable, community-based provider of psychotherapy and counseling for individuals, couples, families, children and groups.SlidingPleasant Hill888-6377404Similar (see Services column) but everything online.4/29
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Oakland LGBTQ CenterThe Oakland LGBTQ Community Center is dedicated to enhancing and sustaining the well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals, our families and allies, by providing educational, social, and health related activities, programs and services. Therapy is free or sliding scale3207 Lakeshore Ave.
(Entrance on Rand Ave.)
Oakland, CA 94610
510-882-2286https://www.oaklandlgbtqcenter.org/Similar (see Services column) but everything online.4/29
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Open Path Psychotherapy CollectiveFind therapists online; provides middle and lower-income level individuals, couples, families, and children with access to affordable psychotherapy and mental health education services$30–60 individual; $30–$80 families and couples1-800-268-2833https://openpathcollective.org/It's an online search platform. Must connect w/ the therapist you find to see how they're providing services.3/30
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Pathway to WellnessPsychiatric Evaluation/Assessment; Medication Management/Support Services and Prescription; Individual, Group and Family Therapy; Intensive Case Management Services; if have Medi-cal, must call Alameda Access to be referred; if have both Medi-cal and Mericare, call phone listed for intakeaccepts MediCal and Medicare; private pay scale:
$200 for 1st visit, $67 for follow up visits,
Individual Therapy: $65-$85
411 30th St. #314,
Oakland; also offices in
Union City, Martinez,
Pleasanton and Antioch
800-975-7284http://www.pathwaystowellness.net/Telephonic assessments 90-min, return appointments is 30 minutes over the phone; but in-person for things like injection medications5/4
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Psychodynamic Clinic: Wright InstitutePsychodynamic psychotherapy with adults and couples; 1 year training for grad students; no medication services$25–751950 Addison St Ste 109, Berkeley510-548-9716www.wi.edu/clinicsPhone and video sessions.4/29
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Psychological Services Center (CIIS)Community mental health; individual and couples, supportive therapy groups; psych assessments$25–95Various (see Contact column); all in San FranciscoCenter for Somatic Psychotherapy: +1 (415) 217-8895

Golden Gate Integral Counseling Center: +1 (415) 561-0230

Integral Counseling Center at Pierce Street: +1 (415)-776-3109

Church Street Integral Counseling Center: +1 (415) 648-2644

Psychological Services Center: +1 (415) 346-1011

The Clinic Without Walls: +1 (415) 373- 4094
https://www.ciis.edu/counseling-and-acupuncture-clinics?gclid=Cj0KCQjw7qn1BRDqARIsAKMbHDZdf006N43iYLSeAdHkmJc_lh82dp-P1cyJ2-YPiywgVaCLxw9k9hMaAjhhEALw_wcBOffering telehealth or phone sessions.4/29
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SankofaMental health practitioners of color; individuals, couples, familiesEach practitioner a different sliding scale; takes Victims of Crime—Alameda Alliance, Medicare - Beacon, Kaiser - Magellen, Blue Shield of CA614 GRAND AVE STE 203
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA 94610
510-433-0244https://www.sankofatherapy.com/index.htmlOffering telehealth or phone sessions.4/29
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Sausal CreekServes adult 18+; medication-based clinic must not be in emergency; walk-in service must have chronic serious mental illness.1) must be Alameda county resident, 2) must have Medi-Cal, 3) must have recommendation from Alameda Access 800-491-90992620 26th Ave, Oakland, California 94601510-437-2363https://www.telecarecorp.com/sausalSeeing clients at the center, see "cost" for how to reach out.4/29
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The Pacific Center for Human GrowthLGBTQI+Sliding scale & Medical; Suggested donation for groups $5-$202712 Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94703510-548-8283http://pacificcenter.org/clinical-services/counseling-psychotherapyBuiding closed until 6/30; providing video/teleconferencing for therapy sessions, peer group meetings and therapy groups.4/29
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UC Berkeley Psychology Clinic and Center for AssessmentIndividual, child & adolescent, couples, parent training and family therapy, as well as assessment services$20–$120 sliding scale; no insuranceRoom 2160, 2121 Berkeley Way
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-1650
510-642-4459https://psychology.berkeley.edu/clinics/our-servicesAssessments postponed to August 1 2020, offering individual therapy, call phone number listed here for an intake4/29
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Women's Therapy CenterAffordable mental health services for adult women of all ages, ethnicities, and sexual orientations as well as adolescent girls, couples, transgender, and gender non-conforming individuals in the San Francisco Bay Area community.$25–85; $40–95 couple2105 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Berkeley 94704510-524-8288www.womenstherapy.orgTelehealth or phone4/29
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The Psychotherapy InstituteSliding-scale psychotherapy to individual adults and couples.Sliding up to $120 depending on income2232 Carleton St, Berkeley, CA 94704510-548-2250 Press 1https://www.tpi-berkeley.org/Telehealth or phone5/14
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Therapy for Black GirlsIt's an online search platform. Must connect w/ the therapist you find to see how they're providing services.https://providers.therapyforblackgirls.com/It's an online search platform. Must connect w/ the therapist you find to see how they're providing services.5/14
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Good RX https://www.goodrx.com/blog/therapy-mental-health-services-without-insurance/
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