In Alphabetical Order:
ARCC offers nearly a dozen separate programs for high-risk youth and their families. 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.
AVCS provides Short and long term counseling for children, adolescents, individual adults, couples and families. Fees are based on a sliding scale and are determined by income. In addition, AVCS offers a Geriatric Advisory Program, Parenting Classes, Cooperative Parenting and Divorce classes, and referrals.
AACI is Santa Clara County’s largest community-based organization focused on Asian Americans in the community. For 40 years, their services have provided critical support and we continue to grow to provide culturally accessible services, not only for Asian Americans but for all.
Bill Wilson Center offers a wide variety of services for children, adolescents and adults. Learn about all Bill Wilson Center programs by visiting their website or by calling their number.
The Centre for Living with Dying serves children, adolescents, and adults who are dealing with grief and loss. The Centre for Living with Dying program provides emotional support to adults and children facing life-threatening illness or the trauma of having a loved one die. The Centre also provides crisis intervention services and broad-based educational programs on grief and loss. Whether clients choose individual counseling or grief groups, they are gently given tools for coping with loss and trauma.
Child Protective Services (408) 299-2071
The County Children's Health Insurance Program (CCHIP) offers comprehensive medical, dental and vision insurance for uninsured children and teens who qualify for the program.
Gardner provides a wide variety of services in response to community needs, including medical, dental, vision, mental and behavioral health, counseling, and substance abuse services to more than 55,000 Santa Clara County residents annually. Visit their website or call their number to learn about their services.
HomeFirst provides services, shelter, and housing opportunities to the homeless and those at risk of homelessness in Santa Clara County. They serve more than 5,000 adults, veterans, families, and youth each year at seven locations.
Offers individual counseling, group counseling, psychiatry, health classes, and self-care resources for Kaiser members.
Free and confidential legal assistance to children and youth in juvenile dependency, family law, probate guardianship, education matters and numerous other practice areas; advocacy to improve court and community systems designed to protect and promote child welfare; and workshops to educate youth, parents, caregivers and members of the community about issues impacting child welfare and legal rights.
Emergency and transitional shelters for families with children under 18, daytime and food services to families in Santa Clara County.
Assists survivors of domestic violence and their children learn what services they need, how to access those services in the community, and when best to seek out each service. Provides housing solutions for women and their children, crisis and community support for survivors of domestic violence and their families, kids groups, and self-sufficiency programs which provides guidance and direction in job readiness, and financial foundation and fundamentals.
Offers support for families, allies and people who are LGBTQ, education for about the unique issues and challenges facing people who are LGBTQ, and advocacy in our communities to change attitudes and create policies and laws that achieve full equality for people who are LGBTQ.
With or without insurance, Planned Parenthood provides of high-quality, affordable health care for all, testing, birth control, and sex education.
Raising Early Awareness and Creating Hope (REACH) serves youth ages 10 to 25 who are either showing early signs or have recently been diagnosed with a psychosis. REACH offers: psycho-education for the community, phone and in-person consultations, multidisciplinary assessments, outreach to schools, individual and family counseling, crisis management, medication management, occupational therapy, supported education and employment, and peer mentor support.
Services are available to those ages 2-25 residing in Santa Clara County who have mental health issues at home or at school. The Starlight staff collaborates with teachers, principals, and other school personnel to achieve goals established by the student, family, and treatment professionals.
Offers individual counseling, group counseling, psychiatry, health classes, and self-care resources for Santa Clara Valley Medical Center members.
Afro centric services targeting African American families and youth at risk. Providing 24 hour home based case management services and African American Survival Skills Groups for youth and families.
Uplift offers individual and family counseling, wraparound services, crisis services, parent/caregiver services using a strength-based approach to define and individualize services.