​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Because Y​​​​​​ou CARE!


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​​​ CRISIS ​SERVICES                                                                                ​Parents and caregivers play a critical role in the mental health of children by helping to provide the safe, stable, and nurturing environments and relationships young people need to thrive. Providing information to parents and caregivers that increases their knowledge and capacity to support their children’s social and emotional wellbeing is an important part of a whole child, whole family approach to child and youth behavioral health.

There is no crisis that is too big or too small! Connect with our resources to help you:



Need to talk? • Need support? • Need resources?
You can call or text: (916) SUPPORT [787-7678]
Chat and in-​​person support is also available 24/7.

For more information, check The Source webpage.
- For youth up to the age of 26 and their caregivers -​​


A walk-in clinic that welcomes anyone experiencing mental health-distress regardless of age and ability to pay. Check out the MHUCC webpage for available hours or call (916) 520-2460 for more details.

Services include:

  • A safe space for peer support and on the spot counseling.
  • Interventions and tests.
  • Brief medication support services (excluding controlled substances such as ADHD medications, some anxiety medications, etc.).

GET HELP                                                                                            


If you’re ready to get help, you can sign up online!
Want to know more about our providers? Check them out:

Capital Star
Dignity Health
HeartLand Child & Family Services
La Familia
River Oak Center for Children
Sacramento Children’s Home
Stanford Sierra Youth & Families
Turning Point Community Programs
UC Davis CAARE Center
Pacific Clinics


Stanford Sierra Youth & Families’ Wraparound Services literally “wrap” youth and families with comprehensive care to help keep youth safe and at home, in school, and out of trouble. These intensive services combine a family-centered, strength-based approach with individualized and wellness-focused interventions. Our comprehensive approach ensures the best results for youth, including decreased psychiatric hospitalizations, fewer contacts with law enforcement, stronger family connections, improved mental/behavioral functioning, and overall well-being. ​Intensive services are provided to children and adolescents (ages birth to 18) who are experiencing significant behavioral and/or emotional challenges interfering with family and peer relationships, social development, and/or school functioning.

For more information or to make a referral please email: wraparoundmanagement@ssyaf.org

OUTREACH & ENGAGEMENT                                                       

CSET FOR CSEC: Consultation and Support Engagement Team (CSET) for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) Program

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Does your child or youth:

Have any changes in clothing, money, or substance use?

Have any other sudden changes or seem to be pressured into providing sex or photos?​

If your child or youth is between the ages 12 to 21, CSET can help!

For referrals and/or information, call: (916) 844-2426 or check out CSET's webpage


Do you feel like you hear, see, or believe things that others don’t?

Have the things you have heard, seen, or believed interrupted your day, caused stress in your relationships, or made you feel out of control?

If you are between the ages of 12-30 and have experienced this within the last two years, SacEDAPT may be able to help!