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Where to go for help — Crisis Services:

Crisis

San Joaquin County
Crisis Phone
(24/7/365)
209-468-8686
Outside S.J. County:
888-468-9370
Consumer Support Warmline
(24/7/365)
209-468-3585

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Suicide Hotline
1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)

Institute for Aging Friendship Line

1-800-971-0016
Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255

San Joaquin County Behavioral Health — Non-Crisis Services:
Mental Health Services
209-468-8700
www.sjgov.org/mhs
Substance Abuse Services
209-468-9600
www.sjgov.org/osa

Outpatient Treatment Clinics

Community Adult Treatment Services
Outpatient psychiatric services
1212 N. California St.
Stockton, CA 95242
209-953-7425
Children and Youth Services
Crisis assessments, support and intervention
Family Health Building
1414 N. California St., 2nd Floor Stockton, CA 95202
209-468-2385
Lodi Clinic
Children and adult outpatient psychiatric services
1209 W. Tokay St., Ste. 5
Lodi, CA 95240
209-331-2070
Manteca Clinic, with Valley Community Counseling
Outpatient children and youth mental health services
129 E. Center St., Ste. 3
Manteca, CA 95336
209-239-5553
Tracy Clinic, with Valley Community Counseling
Outpatient children and youth mental health services
19 E. Sixth St.
Tracy, CA 95376
209-835-8583
Tracy Adult Outpatient Clinic
Adult outpatient psychiatric services
241 E. 10th St., Ste. D
Tracy, CA 95376
209-831-5941

Drop-in Support Services

The Wellness Center
1109 N. California St.
Stockton, CA 95202
209-451-3977
Martin Gipson Center
548 E. Park St.
Stockton, CA 95202
209-464-5519

Connecting To Services Made Easy

Who can call?

  • Individuals calling for themselves
  • Friends and family members calling for loved ones
  • Health care providers
  • Anyone needing information on services

Which number?

Mental Health
(24/7/365)
209-468-9370
Connects people with information about mental health services in San Joaquin County
You will be:
  • Scheduled for a 20-30 minute phone screening by a trained clinician, or
  • Referred to appropriate community resources
Substance Abuse
(Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.) 209-468-9600 Connects people with information about substance abuse disorder treatment services in San Joaquin County
Central Intake provides:
  • Information by phone, or
  • 30-40 minute facetoface screening on walk-in basis
  • No appointment necessary, unless interpreter needed for languages other than Spanish

What happens next?

Callers may be referred to one or more programs, including:
• Mental health services for adults and children
• Alcohol and drug outpatient and residential treatment programs
• Crisis services
Services range from clinical care to community-based support and education depending on the caller’s needs.