Resources – Mental Health

Epilepsy Support Group (Eric’s Corner)

2017-08-12T20:46:47-07:00

The mission of Eric's Corner is to raise awareness of epilepsy and to connect our community with resources to effectively manage an epilepsy diagnosis. This group provides both an atmosphere of sharing facilitated by a group of individuals with over 15 years experience living with seizure disorders; and an opportunity to host guest speakers from

Epilepsy Support Group (Eric’s Corner)2017-08-12T20:46:47-07:00

La Familia Tri-Valley / Cultura y Bienestar

2017-08-12T19:58:36-07:00

Cultura y Bienestar is a mental health program dedicated to the Latino community in Livermore, Pleasanton, and Dublin.  Cultura y Bienestar is a project of La Clinica de La Raza in collaboration with La Familia Tri-Valley (formerly La Familia Counseling Service Hayward and East Bay) , and Tiburicio Vazquez Health Center.  Supported by Alameda County

La Familia Tri-Valley / Cultura y Bienestar2017-08-12T19:58:36-07:00

Pleasanton Community Counseling Center, (PCCC)

2017-08-12T18:21:34-07:00

The Pleasanton Community Counseling Center, (PCCC) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) counseling center.  PCCC's stated mission is to provide compassionate, affordable counseling for individuals, couples, families and children in a safe and supportive environment.   Counseling appointments vary according to therapist availability.  The Counseling Center is staffed by interns, supervised by seasoned clinicians.  Fees are based

Pleasanton Community Counseling Center, (PCCC)2017-08-12T18:21:34-07:00

Pocket Guide to Human Services

2018-02-26T23:21:22-07:00

The Human Services Pocket Guide Is a joint effort by the cities of Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton to cumulate known resources into one handy pocket-sized guide.  The Pocket Guide provides information on resources for basic human service needs such as food, shelter, healthcare, developmental and physical disability, education and employment, etc.  The Pocket Guide is

Pocket Guide to Human Services2018-02-26T23:21:22-07:00

Celebrate Recovery

2017-08-08T23:59:40-07:00

This is a Biblical, balanced program designed to provide a recovery process to overcome hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Learn more at www.celebraterecovery.com When: Begins Tuesday nights at 7:00 PM  Where: Valley Christian Center, 7500 Inspiration Dr., Dublin Contact: Pastor  Jimi Merrell or  call (925) 560-6228.

Celebrate Recovery2017-08-08T23:59:40-07:00

Narcotics Anonymous

2017-08-08T18:35:46-07:00

NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. They meet regularly to help each other stay clean. The are not interested in what or how much you used, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how they can help.

Narcotics Anonymous2017-08-08T18:35:46-07:00

Counseling (Support and One on One) for Older Adults

2017-08-09T00:38:17-07:00

Crisis Support Services of Alameda County offers support groups and one on one counseling for older adults in North Oakland.   Pre-registration is required and the group size is limited to 8 participants.  Services are provided by counselors in training supervised by licensed therapists. There is a sliding scale fee based on income; no one

Counseling (Support and One on One) for Older Adults2017-08-09T00:38:17-07:00

Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Prevention Programs

2017-08-05T23:38:41-07:00

The following Nonprofit and Public Agencies  serve Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton and Sunol. Alameda County Health Cares ACCESS (referrals to substance abuse services in Alameda County):  1 (800) 491-9099 Alcoholics Anonymous -  Valley Service Center Hotline: (925)829-0666 Main: (925)829-3160, Toll Free: (888)859-3230 Site: www.valleyservicecenter.org Senior Support Program of the Tri-Valley : (925)  931-5379

Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Prevention Programs2017-08-05T23:38:41-07:00

HOPE Project – Homeless Services & Mobile Health Clinic

2017-08-23T21:45:03-07:00

Homeless individuals can receive services through the HOPE,  (Homeless Outreach for People Empowerment) Project.  The Hope Program is limited to serving the chronically homeless.  The HUD definition of chronically homeless is: Permanently disabled, having a condition impairing their ability to function Homeless at least a year or more Sleeping outside or in a car -

HOPE Project – Homeless Services & Mobile Health Clinic2017-08-23T21:45:03-07:00

Family Paths Inc.

2017-08-05T17:27:46-07:00

Non-profit organization of mental health professionals and dedicated volunteers that provide mental health counseling and therapy.  This multi-cultural agency serves the mental health needs of Children/Families in Oakland, Fremont and Hayward.   Services include  Family Support, Counseling and Parenting classes.   A 24-hour support line offers support and advice to Families and  Foster Parents. Visit

Family Paths Inc.2017-08-05T17:27:46-07:00