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Provides community rehabilitation and residential treatment services for adults with mental illness.
County of San Mateo
An online resource for information on county services.
County of San Mateo Network of Care for Mental Health
Provides information about mental health services, laws, and news, as well as communication tools and other services.
Disability Benefits 101
Provides information on rules for health coverage, benefit, and employment programs that people with disabilities use. Offers outreach and training programs that operate directly at the community level.
Health Consumer Center of San Mateo County
Helps low-income residents navigate the maze of today's health care system and get the health care they need. The Center is part of the Health Consumer Alliance, which addresses the health access problems of California consumers, particularly low-income consumers.
Housing Leadership Council
A nonprofit provide information about low income and affordable housing resources, information and advocacy for the development of affordable housing in San Mateo County.
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)
A nonprofit, grassroots, self-help, support and advocacy organization made up of consumers, families, and friends of people with severe mental illnesses.
National Mental Health Association
Offers detailed information on the latest mental health issues, including legislation, as well as mental health brochures and pamphlets.
Partnership for Prescription Assistance
Provides information about programs, created through partnerships with drug companies, which help people access affordable medication.
Peninsula Library System Community Information Program (CIP)
Provides detailed information on approximately 600 agencies and programs serving residents of San Mateo County.
A partnership of community-based organizations and government agencies in San Mateo County that provides employment services and information at no charge.
San Mateo Human Services Agency
Offers information on topics such as alcohol and drug prevention programs, children and family services, employment and financial assistance, health insurance, and housing.
San Mateo County Mental Health Services Division
Provides a broad range of services to people with mental illness in the county. Priority populations include seriously mentally ill adults and children, older adults at risk of institutionalization, children in special education or at risk of out-of-home placement, and people of any age in major crisis.
Stanford Health Library
Offers detailed information on mental health diseases and disorders, with separate categories for women, men, children, and seniors.
U.S. Social Security Administration
United States Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration