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NAMI SF knows that our organization alone cannot provide all of the resources that you may need. That is why we have our free Help Line and Resource Guides. If you need help with a crisis, visit our crisis page.


Help Line 415-237-0039  

 Call our Help Line to get help finding the right resource for your situation. When you call, you will be prompted to leave a message so that a friendly volunteer may call you back. In your message, specify your availability so that the volunteer knows when they can give you a call back.

*Note this is not a hot line, for immediate help, visit our crisis page. 


Resources Guides and Pages

Below you can see our list of resource guides and pages. The resources in each guide include other mental health organizations, mental health services, general information and more. 

This is intended for informational purposes only. As services and programs are subject to change, individuals are responsible for verifying the accuracy of the services provided and the fees associated.


While we know our guides and pages are not comprehensive, we have tried to include those that are available to a wide range of San Francisco residents.If you have any resources or updates to our guide, please send updates to: 

San Francisco Mental Health Guide

San Francisco Mental Health Guide for Culturally Diverse Populations

NAMI National Resource Guide

Black /African American Resource Page

Spanish Language Resource Page

Parents of Youth & Young Adults Resource Page

Early Psychosis Resource Page


Felton Institute

Social services, with special emphasis on the needs of low-income families, children, the elderly, and disabled people.

Mental Health Association of San Francisco Peer Warm Line


Emotional support and information about mental health resources from people with lived experience. Visit here to see the hours and for a chat option.

SF County Mental Health Access Line
415-255-3737 or toll-free at 888-246-3333

Access line for those eligible for county services, those with Medi-Cal or with no insurance. 

Citywide Case Management
A division of UCSF's Department of Psychiatry. Services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, often co-existing with substance abuse.

Free Print Shop

A guide to free food, free shelter, free medicine, and solutions to neighborhood problems in San Francisco.

Partnership for Prescription Assistance
Helps patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need through the program that is right for them.

HealthRIGHT 360

HealthRIGHT 360 is a family of integrated health programs that provides mental health, substance abuse, and primary care services, regardless of one's ability to pay.


CASC Case Management Services

Individuals must be clients of the San Francisco Adult Probation Department to access the services.


Progress Foundation

Provides individuals who are disabled due to mental illness with treatment alternatives to institutional placement.​


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