IF YOUR NEED IS IMMEDIATE AND/OR YOU OR SOMEONE ELSE IS IN DANGER OF HARMING
THEMSELVES OR SOMEONE ELSE PHONE 911 IMMEDIATELY.
Family Service Agency of Marin
Family Service Agency of Marin provides a critical safety net of caring and affordable
mental health services to children, adults, and families.
Buckelew Programs provide affordable housing, employment services, and person-centered
mental health services that promote wellness and recovery from mental illness.
Jewish Family & Children's Services
Since 1850, Jewish Family & Children's Services has provided comprehensive,
caring social services to Bay Area residents of all ages & faiths to help solve personal problems in order to strengthen
the individual, family, and community.
Homeward Bound of Marin
Homeward Bound is Marin County's chief provider of shelter and residential services
for homeless families and individuals.
Marin Alano Club
The club provides a clean safe enviroment for recovering alcoholics and addicts
to seek company and support of other alcoholics and addicts and to help each other stay clean and sober one day at a time.
DRA groups offered: see website schedule.
Helen Vine Detox
The Helen Vine Detox Center is a
where adults under the influence of
drugs and/or alcohol can safely withdraw from the ill effects of
The Center is staffed by trained
personnel specializing in alcohol and
prevention, assessment and
referral, and teaching skills of
The underlined resources listed below are links to websites. To access
these websites, simply click your mouse on the underlined words.
Community Action Marin
Community Action Marin is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) social service agency
serving and assisting low-income Marin residents in Marin County in achieving a life of quality based on self-sufficiency.
Serving Marin since 1966, the agency currently operates 15 programs covering a variety of needs.
Mental Health and Substance Use Services
Marin County Mental Health and Substance Use Services (MHSUS) provides a complete
range of mental health services for children, adults, and older adults.
Marin Network of Care
This website is a resource for individuals, families and agencies in the areas
- Mental/Behavioral Health
- Kids (Ages 0-5)
- Children & Families (Ages 0-18)
- Seniors & People with Disabilities
- Veterans & Service Members
Community Institute for Psychotherapy
Community Institute for Psychotherapy offers quality, affordable counseling and
psychotherapy for families, individuals, and couples.
Dual Recovery Anonymous
Dual Recovery Anonymous TM is an independent, non-professional, Twelve Step, self-help membership organization for people with a dual diagnosis.
Our goal is to help men and women who experience a dual illness. We are chemically dependent and we are also
affected by an emotional or psychiatric illness.
Ritter Center/Ritter House
A Marin County community where everyone has
access to adequate housing, healthcare
and economic security to ensure a quality
of life that we all deserve.
NAMI is a family advocacy program continuously working in Marin since 1972 to
support and educate families and individuals who are affected by mental illnesses.
St. Vincent de Paul Society, San Rafael
The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marin offers compassionate, individualized
assistance to help our neediest neighbors obtain nutritious food, affordable housing, meaningful employment and a voice in
their own community.
With a continuum of care ranging from intensive residential treatment, to in-home
wraparound services, to public school-based services, Seneca is one of the premier children's mental health agencies in Northern
Narcotics Anonymous is an international, community-based association of recovering
drug addicts with more than 50,000 weekly meetings in 130 countries worldwide.
Marin Housing Authority
The Housing Authority of the County
of Marin, "Marin Housing" is a public
authorized to provide
decent, safe and sanitary housing
for low and moderate income people.
We are empowered to undertake all
activities necessary to
public purpose, including acquiring
property, developing housing, issuing
bonds, entering into
mortgages, trust indentures, leases,
condemning property, borrowing
money, accepting grants, and