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Mental Health Services

Grief Counseling
www.kara-grief.org
650-321-5272
Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA)
www.CORAsupport.org
650-312-8515

Parent.  The anti-drug
http://www.theantidrug.com  
Alcoholics Anonymous
www.aa-san-mateo.org
650-577-1310

Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Center
http://www.crisiscenter.cc/
888-220-7575

National Alliance on Mental Illness
http://www.nami.org/
916-567-0163
http://www.namisanmateo.org/home.asp

Intake Center at Mills-Peninsula Hospital
1783 El Camino Real, Burlingame 94010
650-696-5909; Fax: 696-5472
Mental health and chemical dependency; 24-hour service available at the emergency room, 7 days a week

Mills-Peninsula Behavioral Health Services
1783 El Camino Real, Burlingame 94010
650-696-5909; Fax: 696-5472
Inpatient and outpatient treatment for adults and seniors; outpatient treatment for children and adolescents.

Youth and Family Assistance
609 Price Avenue, Suite 205, Redwood City 94063
650-366-8401; Fax: 366-8455
Provides a comprehensive network of programs which serves the needs of youth and families in high-risk situations.  Youth and Family Assistance oversees a portfolio of nine programs that focus on violence and abuse prevention, runaway/homeless youth, substance abuse treatment, and family support. As one of the programs, Redwood City Youth Health Center provides confidential medical, counseling, outreach, referral and drop-in services for youth ages 12 to 21.

24- Hour Crisis Line
Phone counseling, support, and referrals for the community.
San Mateo-Daly City 692-6655; Belmont-Palo Alto 368-6655;
Coastside 726-6655.

24-Hour Alcohol and Drug Help Line
650-573-3950.
Information, referrals, and support for those struggling with drug or alcohol abuse issues.

San Mateo County Community Information Resource Search
http://cip.plsinfo.org/whats_in_database.htm

Teen Support Services

Youth Crisis Line
www.youthcrisisline.org
www.CalYouth.org
800-843-5200

Rape Trauma Services (RTS) 
650-692-RAPE (7273)

Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA) 
www.teenrelationships.org
650-312-8515

Alcohol and Drug Helpline: 
650-573-3950

Al-Anon / Alateen
www.ncwsa.org
650-873-2356
650-794-9654 (Spanish)

Marijuana Anonymous 
www.marijuana-anonymous.org

Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Center
http://www.crisiscenter.cc/
650-579-0350

Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California
http://www.ppactionca.org/
http://www.teenwire.com/

San Mateo County Community Information Resource Search
http://cip.plsinfo.org/whats_in_database.htm