Local Community Services

Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services
The Santa Clara County Mental Health Call Center is the centralized entry point for individuals who are seeking behavioral health services in Santa Clara County. Staff will talk with you to clarify what your behavioral health needs are. The Behavioral Health Call Center will link you with the appropriate behavioral health service, county services or referrals to community serves.
Languages Spoken: English, Mandarin, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese
Hours: 24-hours, 7 days a week
1 (800) 704-0900
Uplift Family Services
Uplift Family Services (408) 379-3790, Emergencies: (877) 41-CRISIS (412-7474): 24/7 intensive family services, addiction prevention, foster care, psychiatric services, therapeutic therapy services.
Alum Rock Counseling Center
Alum Rock Counseling Center (408) 294-0500, 24/7 Crisis Hotline (408) 294-2451:  Programs, offered individually or in various combinations focus on: early childhood development and parent coaching, middle school student mentoring, life skills development, truancy reduction, gang-related services, mobile crisis response and counseling, case management, child abuse and neglect prevention and community outreach.
Almaden Valley
Almaden Valley Counseling Service (408) 997-0200: The Almaden Valley Counseling Service envisions a community where everyone has access to affordable mental health counseling. AVCS is a community-based, nonprofit counseling agency committed to meeting the mental health concerns of all ages with an emphasis on youth. AVCS offers a full range of counseling services which supports and promotes personal growth, positive family relationships and emotional well-being.
Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood (408) 281-9777: General heath care, pregnancy testing and services, HIV testing, birth control.
Indian Health Center Indian Health Center (408) 445-3400:The Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley is a 501(c)3, non-profit, Urban Indian Health Center funded by the Indian Health Service and a 330 Federally Qualified Health Center funded by the Bureau of Primary Health Care. If you are low-income, have no health insurance, or can't use your health insurance because of cost, we have a variety of programs that can help you in paying for health services. We can also help you in enrolling in the state Medi-Cal and other health coverage programs.
Pathway Society Pathway Society (408) 244-1834: Information and programs for substance abuse, addiction, and rehabilitation. 
Teen Therapy Center Teen Therapy Center (408) 389-3538: Individual, group, and family counseling services (drugs/alcohol, anger, self-esteem, coping skills)