Family Life and Mental Health
Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health Resources
Modeled after 911, 988 is the new three-digit dialing code connecting people to the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (now the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline) where compassionate, accessible care and support is available for anyone experiencing mental health-related distress — whether that is thoughts of suicide, mental health or substance use crisis, or any other kind of emotional distress. People can also dial 988 if they are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support. People who call or text the number will be connected to a trained counselor at a crisis center closest to them. You can reach the 988 Suicide and Crisis Line by calling 988, texting 988 or chatting via Lifeline’s website.
- The Khalil Center is a non-profit wellness center dedicated to providing professional counseling, psychotherapy, workshops, and groups. The Khalil Center welcomes people from all walks of life to seek services at our clinic, while providing a special focus on cultural- and faith-competent care for those who identify as Muslim, Middle Eastern, and South Asian, given the mental health stigmas and special issues faced by these communities.
Populations served: Adults, Children, Teens/Adolescents, Families, and Couples
Insurances and Fees: Anthem Blue Cross, United Healthcare, and Cigna. We do not currently take Medi-Cal, however they offer a sliding scale.
Address: 30669 Union City Blvd, Union City, CA 94587
Front Desk: (408) 758-0960
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- Domestic violence shelters and family centers remain functional during the COVID-19 crisis, such as the Alameda County Family Justice Center.
- Here is a list of FAQs regarding protecting survivors of domestic violence during shelter-in-place.
For domestic violence, call these hotlines:
- Ruby’s Place (domestic violence shelter): 888-339-7233
- SAVE (24-hr): 510-794-6055
- SART (24-hr advocacy/counseling): 510-534-9290
- A Safe Place Emergency Shelter Program: 510-536-7233
- La Familia (remote therapy): 510-881-5921
- ACFJC rape hotline: 510-845-7273
- IF IT IS NOT SAFE TO CALL: email the organization, Narika: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For child abuse, call this hotline: 510-259-1800
- For elder abuse, call this hotline: 510-577-3500 or 1-800-225-5277
- Alameda County men’s resource guide for urban men/boys and their family living in Alameda County.
- Substance abuse resource guide for Alameda County.
- Tobacco cessation resource guide for Alameda County.
- Mental Health Community Agencies: Alameda Council of Community Mental Health Agencies is an association of 32 nonprofits that contract with Alameda County Behavioral Health Care to provide mental health and co-occurring disorder services for the county’s eligible children, transition age youth, adults, older adults, and their families.
The following resources are available to help people who may be experiencing distress or heightened anxiety right now:
- 24/7 Behavioral Health Services Department Call Center: (800) 491-9099
- Crisis Text Line: Text RENEW to 741741
- Crisis Support Services Suicide Prevention – (800) 309-2131. If you’re struggling with difficult life circumstances, grief or uncomfortable thoughts and emotions, call the Crisis Line from Crisis Support Services of Alameda County. You do not need to be experiencing suicidal thoughts or feelings to call.
- Crisis Support Services Text Line for teens – text "safe" to 20121 between 4:00p.m. and 11:00 p.m. 7 days a week
- 24-hour Parenting Stress Helpline :1.800.829.3777 - Alameda County parents can call this hotline to get help with everyday parenting stress or visit their website - Family Paths.