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Psychological Resources

 Crisis Hotline (24 hours)

Women’s Crisis Center:    757-1001

Services include: assessing students with crisis’s in need of attention, referrals to a program/support group that fits student’s crisis, emergency shelter, advocate for domestic violence in court cases. 24 Hotline number, no fee.

Suicide Prevention Crisis Line:    649-8008

Services include: free intervention in 160 different languages, assesses and referrs to other supportive organizations if needed, outreach presentations. 24 hour hotline.

California YOUTH Crisis:  1-800-843-5200

Services include: free services specializing in ages 12-24, supportive workers to talk to about depression, school problems, financial problems, etc, counseling, shelter locations, and state wide referrals. 24 hour hotline.

Community Hospital Mental Health: 625-4623

Services include: sponsored care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, student is seen in Emergency Room, assessed by a medical professional, if needed staff refers student to mental health agency.

Community Human Services: 373-4773

Services include: basic/general counseling, 10 sessions at a reduced fee (based on gross income). 24 hour hotline. Office hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30a.m.-8:30p.m. and Friday 8:30a.m.-5:00p.m.

Domestic Violence Crisis Line/ YWCA: 372-6300

Services include: counseling on domestic violence, restraining orders, legal advocate during court, moral support. Fees are one a sliding scale depending on client’s income and are only charged for counseling/therapy. RESTRAINING ORDERS HAVE NO CHARGE.  Grants are offered if eligible under domestic victim, poverty, violent circumstances. Hotline 24 hours. General office hours Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00. Donations are highly appreciated.

Family Service Center:  373-4421

Services include: counseling for general crisis. Fees are charged on a sliding scale based on monthly income. No turn down for inability to pay. Office hours: Monday and Wednesday 8:30a.m.-8:30p.m. and Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays are 8:30a.m.-5:00.

Rape Crisis/Sexual Harassment: 375-4357

Services include: counseling, prevention in school and community. Intervention is at no cost, following appointments will be based on a sliding scale. Hours are 9:00a.m.-5:00p.m. To reach a 24 hour hotline call 831-373-4773. 
Web site: mtryrapecrisis.org

Child Abuse Reporting Hotline:    755-4661 OR   1-800-606-6618

Reports any child abuse of neglect of any kind at no cost. Only takes reports. Business hours are Monday-Friday 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m.  If calling during business hours: 831-755-4661 or toll free 1-800-606-6618. If calling after business hours call the County Communication at 831-647-7900.

Crisis Mental Health (Monterey County): 755-4111

Services include: counseling for those in need of help with psychological problems.

 


COUNSELING SERVICES

 

Alliance on Aging Senior Peer Counseling (free to seniors)

Bereavement: Services include: counseling, one-on-one support by a trained volunteer, support groups,                         individual workshop sessions (no schedule, contact Estelle at 831-649-7734, 3 months following loss. If support groups are not wanted, therapy with a MFT intern is available. No fees.

Adult, Hospice House: Services include support for a loss of a loved one.

Call Estelle at 831-649-7734

Griefbusters:

Services provided are support for kids from a loss of a loved one. Primarily through schools were teachers are trained through Alliance to provide support. Parents are also offered a separate group meeting while their child is in meetings, therapy, etc.  Call Eva at 831-649-7758

Widow/Widower/Life Partners:

Call: 658-3772

Catholic Charities:    393-3110

Hours are Monday-Friday 9:00a.m.-5:00p.m. Closed from 12:00-1:00 for lunch.

Community Human Services

  • Counseling Center- 590 Pearl St, Monterey:     373-4775
  • Family Services Centers of CHS- 544 Pearl St, Monterey   373-4421

                                                                    1178 Broadway, Seaside  394-4622

Services include: general counseling. Hours are Monday-Friday 8:30a.m.-8:30p.m. Fees are based on a sliding scale.

 

Genesis House 1152 Sonoma, Seaside:   899-2436

Services include: rehabilitative living environment for 90 days for those in need of drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Fee includes $5.00/ day unless court or probation ordered. Client is able to work after 45 days to pay for living cost. No private insurance accepted. Call Sherry to get registered if client is not ordered by court/probation.

Monterey County Mental Health:

  • Monterey Clinic-647-7652
  • Natividad Behavioral Clinic-    796-1700

Mostly used for SSI, SSA, Medical/Medicaid patients.

Services include: counseling in behavior disorders such as schizophrenia, schizophrenia affective disorders, bipolar, etc and managed care such as depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), head injury, trauma, etc.

For a Doctor assessment call 1-888-258-6029. No Fee.

Planned Parenthood Teen Groups:    394-1691

Services include: reproductive services such as patient education on birth control methods, STD testing, pregnancy testing, etc. Office hours are Monday and Tuesday 8:00a.m.-6:30p.m. and Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 8:00-5:00p.m.

Fees include donations, funding programs depending on income and family size. Usual payment is between $20.00-$50.00 if any is required. Donations highly appreciated.

YWCA/Domestic Violence:     583-1025

Services include: counseling on domestic violence, restraining orders, legal advocate during court, moral support. Fees are one a sliding scale depending on client’s income and are only charged for counseling/therapy. RESTRAINING ORDERS HAVE NO CHARGE.  Grants are offered if eligible under domestic victim, poverty, violent circumstances. Hotline 24 hours. General office hours Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00. Donations are highly appreciated.