SERVICES

Marin County

Residential Support ServicesMarin Assisted Independent LivingBuckelew Employment ServicesCasa Rene (Short-term residential)The Helen Vine Recovery CenterBuckelew Counseling ServicesBuckelew Suicide PreventionHomeless Mentally Ill Outreach & AssessmentMaternidad y Esperanza Marin

Marin County Services

Please note program qualifications.

    • Residential Support Services
      24-hour care in homelike settings for clients with behavioral health challenges who need long-term support. Must be pre-approved by Marin County Behavioral Health 888-818-1115.
    • Marin Assisted Independent Living
      Helps clients with behavioral health challenges live independently in the community, either individually or in collective households. Must be pre-approved by Marin County Behavioral Health 888-818-1115.
    • Buckelew Employment Services
      Vocational rehabilitation and supported employment for adults with behavioral health challenges.
    • Casa Rene
      Short-term residential support for crisis situations. Must be pre-approved by Marin County Behavioral Health 888-818-1115.
    • The Helen Vine Recovery Center
      Licensed 26-bed co-ed supported recovery program for clients needing assistance with substance abuse.
    • Buckelew Counseling Services
      Behavioral health and counseling services for Marin residents.
    • Buckelew Suicide Prevention
      24/7 Suicide Prevention Hotline for Marin County.
    • Homeless Mentally Ill Outreach and Assessment
      Provides outreach, engagement and mental health assessments in the community to homeless and at-risk-of-homeless individuals. If eligible, assisting with referrals and human-centric connection to community-based programs.
    • Maternidad y Esperanza
      An effective, multi-pronged approach aimed at improving the social and emotional well-being of Spanish speaking expectant mothers, young children and their parents using group sessions, home visits and referrals integrated with primary healthcare services at Marin Community Clinics.

Marin County Resources & Partners

911 Marin County Guide
NAMI Marin County
Marin Health & Human Services

Marin County Services

Please note program qualifications.

    • Residential Support Services
      24-hour care in homelike settings for clients with behavioral health challenges who need long-term support. Must be pre-approved by Marin County Behavioral Health 888-818-1115.
    • Marin Assisted Independent Living
      Helps clients with behavioral health challenges live independently in the community, either individually or in collective households. Must be pre-approved by Marin County Behavioral Health 888-818-1115.
    • Buckelew Employment Services
      Vocational rehabilitation and supported employment for adults with behavioral health challenges.
    • Casa Rene
      Short-term residential support for crisis situations. Must be pre-approved by Marin County Behavioral Health 888-818-1115.
    • The Helen Vine Recovery Center
      Licensed 26-bed co-ed supported recovery program for clients needing assistance with substance abuse.
    • Buckelew Counseling Services
      Behavioral health and counseling services for Marin residents.
    • Buckelew Suicide Prevention
      24/7 Suicide Prevention Hotline for Marin County.
    • Homeless Mentally Ill Outreach and Assessment
      Provides outreach, engagement and mental health assessments in the community to homeless and at-risk-of-homeless individuals. If eligible, assisting with referrals and human-centric connection to community-based programs.
    • Maternidad y Esperanza
      An effective, multi-pronged approach aimed at improving the social and emotional well-being of Spanish speaking expectant mothers, young children and their parents using group sessions, home visits and referrals integrated with primary healthcare services at Marin Community Clinics.

Marin County Resources & Partners

911 Marin County Guide
NAMI Marin County
Marin Health & Human Services