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Mental Health Services

Overview

Mental Health Services

Behavioral Health and Recovery Services provides mental health services to individuals who are eligible for Medi-Cal and/or members of the Health Plan of San Mateo through outpatient clinics in Daly City, San Mateo, the Coastside, Redwood City and East Palo Alto, in school-based locations, and through a network of community agencies and independent providers who offer outpatient services, residential treatment, rehabilitation and other services for adults and children. We are the mental health and substance use plan for Medi-Cal beneficiaries residing in San Mateo County.

Mental health services are also available for emotionally disturbed children, older adults at risk of institutionalization, children in special education or at risk of out-of-home placement, uninsured residents of San Mateo County and people of any age in a major crisis. Services are aimed at helping individuals experiencing a mental illness maintain their independence, and helping children with serious emotional challenges continue their education and remain with their families.

Learn more about BHRS and how to contact us

General information

Behavioral Health Services & Resources

For assistance in finding mental health and/or substance use services for someone who may be experiencing a mental illness and/or substance use condition, or for someone you are concerned about, call the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services ACCESS Call Center for information, an assessment and a referral based on individual needs.

ACCESS Call Center: Phone: (800) 686-0101, TDD: (800) 943-2833

Privately insured? Contact your carrier to learn about coverage options and mental health services available to you through your health insurance plan.

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Mental Health and Substance Use Services Directory

Find a Provider

Find a mental health and/or substance use provider in the San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) network below.  Services are offered through county operated clinics and programs, contracted community agencies and private providers. 

Limitations of Information Provided: BHRS strives to assure the information in this directory is accurate and relies on the provider to submit new information as it becomes available and this directory listing is reviewed at regular intervals. Services may be delivered by an individual provider, or a team of providers, who is working under the direction of a licensed practitioner operating within their scope of practice. Only licensed, waivered, or registered mental health providers and licensed substance use disorder services providers are listed on the BHRS Provider Directory.

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