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County Behavioral Health Crisis Response Services — for All

Sonoma County Behavioral Health (SCBH) provides a wide range of mental health services for county residents.

Sonoma County Department of Health Services – Behavioral Health Division developed a comprehensive response to crisis that may occur in the community. The components include:

  • Mobile Support Team (MST)
  • Crisis Assessment, Prevention and Education Team for Transitional Age Youth Ages 16-25 (CAPE)
  • Community Intervention Program (CIP)
  • Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU)
  • Suicide Prevention Crisis Hotline — (855) 587-6373
  • Crisis Intervention Training for Law Enforcement (CIT)
  • Guidelines for Effective Communication with 911 Dispatch

For complete information on available services, use this link.

The Access Team

Determines individuals’ level of need for mental health services. The Access Team provides assessment, linkage, and information and referral for mental health services for children, youth, and adults. Referrals are made to community providers or to SCBH treatment teams.

Address: 2225 Challenger Way, Santa Rosa, CA

24-hour access line: (707) 565-6900; (800) 870-8786

Crisis Stabilization Unit

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for adults, children, and families experiencing a mental health crisis.

Address: 2225 Challenger Way, Santa Rosa, CA

24-hour Emergency Mental Health Hotline:
(800) 746-8181
(707) 576-8181

For complete information, use this link.

Mobile Support Team

Responds to law enforcement requests. Once the scene is secured, the Mobile Support Team provides mental health and substance use disorders interventions to individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis.

For more information, use this link.

Community Intervention Program

The Community Intervention Program provides urgent response to Sonoma County’s most vulnerable populations including people who are homeless, veterans, people with substance use disorders, indigent people and people who are Medi-Cal beneficiaries who recently experienced psychiatric hospitalizations, communities of color, the LBGTQ community, geographically isolated communities, and people who come to the attention of law enforcement.

Services are available in English and Spanish. For more information about the Community Intervention Program, contact Cruz Cavallo at

About Behavioral Health Brochure – in English

About Behavioral Health Brochure – in Spanish

Self-Care Health Advisory

Sonoma County and its residents have faced unprecedented trauma in the face of the recent October fires. The Sonoma County Department of Health Services wants to encourage our community to take care of themselves by being attuned to the needs of our minds and bodies.

For the complete December 21 advisory, please use this link.


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