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 & AssessmentHealthy Families Marin

Marin Assisted Independent Living (MAIL)

Contact: 415-457-6966 then choose option 1 “How to access our services”
Eligibility Requirement: Marin Resident

Marin Assisted Independent Living (MAIL) houses people in the community and provides them with whole person life skills, either individually or in group households. Supported housing clients benefit from whole person daily, intensive services that enable them to live semi-independently. Housing is limited and by referral only.

Please note: If you are in immediate need of housing assistance, contact Marin County Aging & Adult Services Information and Assistance Line at 415-457-INFO, Monday–Friday 8:30am–4:30pm.

Marin County Resources & Partners

NAMI Marin County

NAMI Marin is an affiliate of NAMI – the National Alliance on Mental Illness. We have been active in Marin since 1971 when a group of interested parents joined together to form the Marin Parents for Mental Recovery.  Then as now, recovery is what drives us.

Marin Assisted Independent Living (MAIL)

Contact: 415-457-6966 then choose option 1 “How to access our services”
Eligibility Requirement: Marin Resident

Marin Assisted Independent Living (MAIL) houses people in the community and provides them with whole person life skills, either individually or in group households. Supported housing clients benefit from whole person daily, intensive services that enable them to live semi-independently. Housing is limited and by referral only.

Please note: If you are in immediate need of housing assistance, contact Marin County Aging & Adult Services Information and Assistance Line at 415-457-INFO, Monday–Friday 8:30am–4:30pm.

Marin County Resources & Partners

NAMI Marin County

NAMI Marin is an affiliate of NAMI – the National Alliance on Mental Illness. We have been active in Marin since 1971 when a group of interested parents joined together to form the Marin Parents for Mental Recovery.  Then as now, recovery is what drives us.