Additional Counseling & Community Resources

Counseling  Resources

Outreach & Support Resources

Substance Abuse & Eating Disorders Resources

Counseling  Resources:

A Community for Peace

Offers a variety of support groups, including domestic violence and depression. Provides information and referrals to other women’s services in the greater Roseville area.  

Phone: (916) 728-5613

Address: 6060 Sunrise Vista Drive Suite 2340, Citrus Heights, CA 95610



Affordable Counseling & Educational Services (ACES)

Offers counseling, classes in anger management and parenting programs for men and women.

Phone: (916) 630-9188

Address: 6030 Turquoise Dr., Rocklin, CA 95677


Contact: Robert Montague E-mail:


Blue Sky Counseling Center

Pediatric, adolescent, and college age mental health services.

Phone: (916) 747-3799

Address: 8775 Sierra College Blvd.  Suite 200 ,Roseville, CA95661

Website: http//

Contact: Dr. Jennica Jenkins, Clinical Director:



California Coalition for Youth/California Youth Crisis Line

Toll free, 24-hour, confidential phone line. Provides crisis intervention counseling on many issues including family problems, sexual assault, eating disorders, teen pregnancy, substance abuse, suicide and more.

Phone Number: (800) 843-5200

Address: P.O. Box 161448, Sacramento, CA 95816



California Office of Suicide Prevention (OSP)

Serves as a statewide resource for information about suicide prevention, including best practices and data.

Phone Number: (800) 273-8255



CAlKids Counseling

Provides counseling services for children,teens, and parents. Offers individual and group counseling, as well as a parent support group.                

Phone:(916) 835-5722

Address: 1580 Creekside Dr., Ste. 240, Folsom, CA 95630


Contact: Jamie Pedersen E-mail:


Cancer Hotline Support & Information Services

Provides information and referral for cancer patients and their families.  

Phone: (800) 433-0464


Cornerstone Psychological Center

Faith based counseling. Provides counseling services to children, individuals, couples and families. 

Phone: (916) 787-0555

Address:3300 Douglas Blvd. Suite 190, Roseville, CA 95661



Dealing with a National Tragedy

Whenever a national tragedy occurs, such as terrorist attacks or natural disasters, children, like many people, may be confused or frightened. Most likely they will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react.  Parents and school personnel can help children cope first and foremost by establishing a sense of safety and security. As more information becomes available, adults can continue to help children work through their emotions and perhaps even use the process as a learning experience.



Gender Health Center

Gender Health Center is a non-profit organization meeting the counseling needs of the WHOLE community in Sacramento and the surrounding areas by making our services accessible to the most underserved communities, including the LGBTQQI community and focusing on the "T" or transgender.

Phone: (916) 455-2391

Address: 2020 29th Street, Suite 201, Sacramento, CA 95817





Gold Country Chaplaincy

Faith based ministry dedicated to providing spiritual, emotional, and mental support in times of need or crisis to our military, veterans and their families, first responders, businesses, churches and the community.

Phone: (916) 259-1001


Contact: Chaplain Terry Morgan


Hearts and Hands Counseling

Non-profit counseling agency that provides low-cost counseling services to individuals, couples, families and children.

Phone: (916) 676-3548

Address: 420 Folsom Road, Suite C, Roseville, CA 95678



Heartstrings Counseling

Provides high quality, affordable counseling and educational services to all members of the community.

Phone: (916) 676-7405

Address: 6135 King Road, Suite D, Loomis, CA 95650


Healing Grace

Healing Grace is a non-profit counseling agency located in Rocklin and Roseville. Our purpose is to provide high quality, affordable counseling services, support groups, and topical workshops to individuals, couples, families, and communities struggling with life's issues such as depression, anxiety, relational issues, trauma, spiritual struggles, etc.

Phone:(916) 471-6501


Contact: Natalie Grindy, MA, LMFT Executive Director


Heritage Oaks Outpatient Center

Heritage Oaks Hospital’s outpatient mental health services are uniquely designed to effectively treat adolescents who can benefit from less intensive, outpatient levels of care and support. Clients may be enrolled directly into the program from the initial point of assessment and referral, or they can be “stepped down” from the inpatient setting.

Phone: (916) 489-3336 (Assessment & Admissions)

Address: 1899 East Roseville Parkway, Suite 150

Roseville, CA 95661



Hope Counseling Center

Non-profit counseling center that provides counseling services for individuals, couples, families and children.  Fees are on a sliding scale fee based on ability to pay. Services also offered in Spanish, Punjabi and Hindi.

Phone: (916) 780-1059

Address: 720 Sunrise Blvd Ste 202C, Roseville, CA 95661



Insights Counseling Services

Non-profit counseling service for individuals, families, and children that are mourning the losses in life.

Phone: (530) 887-1300 (Auburn Office)

Address: 8207 Sierra College Blvd., Suite 510, Roseville, CA 95661



Kids First: Roseville

Works at preventing child abuse by providing family counseling; healing therapy for child victims of abuse and neglect; enrollment of children in low/no-cost health insurance; after-school activities for kids; parent education, training and coaching; and links to community resources.

Phone: (916) 774-6802

Address: 124 Main St., Roseville, CA 95678



Know the Signs

Know the Signs is a statewide suicide prevention social marketing campaign built on three key messages:Know the signs. Find the words. Reach out. This campaign is intended to educate Californians how to recognize the warning signs of suicide, how to find the words to have a direct conversation with someone in crisis and where to find professional help and resources.

Phone:(800) 273-8255



Koinonia Crisis Resolution Center

Six-bed facility providing short-term out-client services as well as short-term residential care, relationship counseling, conflict resolution, parent-child training and referral services. 

Phone: (916) 652-2749

Address: P.O. Box 1403, Loomis, CA 95650

Crisis Resolution Center: P.O. Box 1403 3751 Magnolia Street Loomis, CA 95650

Services: Teen Counseling, Parent of Teen Counseling, Teen Residential Services

Phone: (916) 652-2749



Life Source, Inc.

Provides individual,family,and couples counseling.

Phone: (916) 784-0110

Address: 2530 Douglas Blvd. Suite 160, Roseville,CA 95661


Contact: Dr. O.E. Easterly, Clinical Director


Lighthouse Counseling and Family Resource Center

Non-profit organization that provides counseling, support and family resources such as classes and support groups.  Services are offered in English and Spanish.  Most services are provided free of cost. 

Phone: (916) 645-3300

Address: 427 A St. Ste 400, Lincoln, CA 95648



Medi-Cal Mental Health (Placer County)

Please contact an OHS Counselor for a list of Medi-Cal Reimbursable Licensed Therapists.

Address: 3091 County Center Dr. #290 Auburn, CA, 95603

Phone: (530) 886-1870 or 855-729-0340



National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Toll free, national suicide prevention hotline. Operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week through a network of over 125 crisis centers nationally. The Lifeline also offers Spanish language services and services targeted for veterans and their families.

Crisis Phone: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)



Placer County Wellness and Behavioral Health

This website provides information about Placer County services and community events.  Here you will find information on health, mental wellness, services for children, health related legislation, news stories, and a community calendar.

Phone: (866) 293-1940 – Family and Children’s Services (24-Hour Crisis)



Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy

Non-profit organization that helps members of Law Enforcement, their families, and the citizens of Placer County during times of loss, stress and trauma. Provides the service of trained, critical incident chaplains on a 24 hour, 7 days a week basis.

Phone: (916) 672-6984

Address: PO Box 1111, Newcastle, CA 95658



Sacramento County Health and Human Services

We provide a full array of culturally competent and linguistically proficient mental health services to children and youth ages 0-21 years.  Services include prevention and early intervention services; outpatient services; case management; crisis intervention and stabilization services; and inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.

Children's Mental Health Access Team

Phone: (916) 875-9980

Toll Free: (888) 881-4881

TTY/TDD: (916) 876-8892

After Hours: (888) 881-4881

Minor Emergency Response Team (MERT)

Address: 2150 Stockton Blvd Sacramento, CA  95817

Phone: (916) 875-1114



Sierra Family Services: Roseville

Provides professional and affordable individual, couple and family counseling, crisis services, child and adolescent programs, anger management classes, and substance abuse treatment and prevention.

Phone: (916) 783-5207

Address: 333 Sunrise Avenue, Roseville, CA 95661


Contact: Laynie Feldhege, Scheduling Secretary


Stand Up Placer: Roseville (Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence)

Provides services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families, regardless of gender, race, religion, occupation or lifestyle. Provides 24/hr crisis line and 24/hr emergency shelter. Provides therapy to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault, rape or molestation. Individual, group, family and children's therapy provided. Sessions are held in our Auburn and Roseville offices. 

Phone: (916) 773-7273

Crisis Hotline: (800) 575-5352

Address: 700 Sunrise Avenue Suite N, Roseville, CA 95661



The Place Within

Non-profit counseling center that provides psychotherapy and counseling services for individuals, couples, families and children.  Fees are on a sliding scale based on income and ability to pay. Services also offered in Spanish.

Phone: (916) 772-6158

Address: 720 Sunrise Ave St. D115 & D214 Roseville, CA 95661



The Soldiers Project

A group of licensed mental health professionals who offer free psychological treatment to military service members (active duty, National Guard, Reserves and veterans) who have served or who expect to serve in the conflicts in Iraq or Afghanistan.  

Phone: Main Program Office (916) 792-3728

Address: 1079 Sunrise Ave Suite B-115 Roseville, CA 95661



Well Space Health

Provides health care in our various community health centers. The Effort also offers inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment and the therapists offer mental health counseling. In addition, physicians and medical staff offer pregnancy and midwife services.The Effort operates the area’s only 24 hour Suicide Crisis Line as well as a 24 hour Parent Support Line. The Effort accepts some medical insurance, including Medi-Cal and Medicare.

Phone: 916-737-5555    24 Hour Suicide Line: 916-368-3111 24 Hour Parent Support Line: 888-281-3000



Windows of Hope

Non-profit counseling center that provides counseling services to individuals, couples, families and children. Fees are on a sliding scale based on income.

Phone: (916) 932-8124

Address: 212 Judah St Roseville, CA 95678


Contact: Dawn T Barry Hulme, Director


Women Escaping a Violent Environment (WEAVE)

Non-Profit agency that offers domestic violence and sexual abuse services including crisis services and temporary shelter. Provides a 24/hr crisis line.

Phone: (916) 448-2321

Support & Information Line: (916) 920-2952  (866) 920-2952 (Toll Free) | 916-443-3715 (TDD) National Domestic Violence Hotline 1.800.799.7233

Address: 1900 K St. Sacramento, CA 95814



United Advocates for Children and Families

Works to improve the quality of life for children and youth with mental, emotional and behavioral challenges. Provides a voice for family members. Empowers family members and healthcare professionals through training and technical assistance. Forms strategic partnerships to leverage local and statewide resources.

Phone: (916) 643-1530

Address: 2035 Hurley Way, Suite 290, Sacramento, CA. 95825




Outreach and Support :

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Sacramento

Provides a one-to-one friendship to boys ages 8-14 and girls ages 8-14, primarily from single-parent homes. Serving Sacramento, Yolo, Placer and Now San Joaquin County.  

Phone: (916) 646-9300

Address: 1451 River Park Dr., Sacramento, CA 95815


Contact: Caroline Chase Administrative Assistant E-mail:  

(916) 646-9300 x100


California Ombudsman for Foster Care

Ensures the voice of foster children and youth is heard, and acts on their behalf. Creates an avenue for foster children and youth to file complaints regarding their placement, care and services without fear of retribution from those who provide their care and services.

Phone: 1-877-846-1602 E-mail:



Camp Hope

Free weekend camp for children, ages 6 to 16, who have experienced the loss of a significant loved one. 2012 Camp is October 26th-28th in Livermore, CA.

Phone: (916) 772-1400

Address: 1632 Ainsdale Drive, Roseville, CA 95747


Contact: Lynn Hebert & Leslie Wilson E-mail:


Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)

GLSEN work with educators, policymakers, community leaders and students to address anti LGBTQ behavior and bias in schools. 

Email: Email:



Gay and Straight Alliances (GSA)

GSAs are student clubs that work to improve the school climate for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.

Address: 550 Bryant St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone :(415) 552-4229





Provides resources for emancipating foster youth who are about to leave the child welfare system with little to no support and are expected to be independent.

Phone:1-855-9FOSTER (936-7837)




Latino Leadership Council (Concilio de Liderazgo)

Provides education, advocacy, cultural proficiency, and capacity building to Latino communities, public and private partners. Health screenings, nutrition education, Spanish language "Parent Project" classes, gang prevention, and teen pregnancy prevention services offered.

Phone: (530) 320-5353

Address: 2945 Bell Road #274, Auburn, CA 95603

Contact: Physical and Mental Health/ Celina Salas

(916) 802-2260



PFLAG Greater Placer County

Promotes the health and well being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered (GLBT) people, their families, and friends through support, education, and advocacy.

Phone: (916) 863-9622

Address: 2280 Grass Valley Hwy. Box #293, Auburn, CA 95603




Placer Network of Care

This website provides information about Placer County services and community events.  Here you will find information on health, mental wellness, services for children, health related legislation, news stories, and a community calendar.

Phone: Placer County Mental Health 24-Hour Crisis Intervention Numbers:

(888) 886-5401 – Adult Services

(866) 293-1940 – Family and Children’s Services



Roseville Police Activities League

Provides a variety of recreational, athletic, social, and cultural activities to foster positive relationships between youth, Police Officers and the community.

Phone: (916) 772-7725

Address: 1051 Junction Blvd., Roseville, CA 95678




Roseville Police Department: Next Steps

Information regarding the next steps after a crime, citation or arrest.

Phone:  (916) 774-5200

Address: 311 Vernon St. Roseville, CA 95678



Roseville R.E.C. (Recreation. Education. Creativity.) Center

Serves families to sustain a healthy and stable environment that creates a positive impact on at-risk children’s lives with programs that are free to all participants as well as enrich the quality of life in the North Roseville Neighborhood. Priorities are Education and Academic Support, Life skills training, as well as encouraging creative outlets. 

Phone: (916) 789-7884

Address: 313 High Street, Roseville, CA 95678



Sacramento Countywide Foster Youth Services

Statewide system of programs established to make educational support services available to youth residing in a group home or licensed foster home. Work collaboratively with local school districts, health and human services agencies, probation, courts, foster care agencies, and other interested groups and individuals. Expedite the transfer of educational records, provide support to struggling students, strengthen the collaboration among partners, and implement innovative programs to improve academic achievement.

Phone: (916) 228-2419

Address: Foster Youth Services Program Sacramento County Office of Education

P.O. Box 269003 Sacramento, CA 95826-9003

Local Contact: Craig Gibbs

Address: Placer County Office of Education 360 Nevada Street Auburn, CA 95603

Phone: 530-745-1302



Student Mental Health Initiative

The search feature on this website helps you find useful resources specific to your needs as a teacher, school staff member, or administrator. Mental health staff, parents, caregivers and community members will also find the resources helpful as they work in partnership with schools.



Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting Program (TAPP)

Provides case management services, advocacy and support, resources and referrals, and other services to pregnant and parenting teens who live in Placer County. Services also available in Spanish. Click for the TAPP brochure in English or in Spanish.

Phone: 530-889-7141 (Auburn area)

1-800-829-7199 (toll free outside of Auburn area)

Address: 11484 B Ave., Auburn, CA 95603



The Gathering Inn: Roseville

Provides a community-based response to people in need in south Placer County by offering shelter, a health clinic, a clothing closet, a community resource center, case management referrals, 12 Step program, access to recovery programs, and a Interim Care Program.

The Gathering Inn is a drug and alcohol free program and random tests are administered. Additionally, each guest must participate in some self enhancement activity to maintain their stay.

Phone: (916) 791-9355

Address: 201 Berkeley Ave, Roseville, CA 95678




The Lords Gym: Youth Outreach Sports Center

A youth outreach sports center that offers weights, exercise equipment, basketball, boxing, break dancing and more.

Phone: (916) 773-5673

Address: 702 Atlantic St., Roseville, CA 95678



Veteran, Immigrant, and Refugee Trauma Institute of Sacramento (VIRTIS)

The mission of VIRTIS is to improve the health of traumatized refugees, immigrants, and veterans and to support their posttraumatic growth and psycho-social integration during resettlement, acculturation, or post-deployment. In addition, offers free Information and Referral Service for Russian-speaking residents of Sacramento, Yolo, Placer and El Dorado counties. Also provide high quality interpreting and translation to and from Russian, Ukrainian

and Uzbek languages for interested organizations and individuals.

Phone: (916) 877-6864

Information and Referral Service number: (916) 877-8515




Warmline Resource Center

A resource and support service for families of infants and children with special needs. 

Phone: 916-455-9500 / 800-455-9517

Address: 2791 24th Street, Sacramento, CA  95818



We Are Teens Always Helping (WATAH)

Group made up of adolescent boys and girls, ages 12-16. The group meets once a week to discuss issues such as self esteem, social skills, and problematic behaviors.

Phone: (916) 784-6440

Address: 1130 Conroy Ln. Suite 500, Roseville, CA 95661


Youth Empowerment Support YES! Program

Program consists of four components: Direct Support; Support, Leadership, and Advocacy Groups; Leadership Opportunities; and Awareness, Best Practice, and Cultural Competency Trainings. Programs designed for youth and young adults receiving, who have received, or are at risk of receiving child welfare, probation, mental health, and/ or special education services. 

Phone: (530) 886-2867

Address: 11716 Enterprise Dr Auburn, Ca 95603



Substance Abuse and Eating Disorders:

 Alanon/Alateen of Roseville

Meetings and support groups for people who have been affected by other peoples drinking and substance abuse.

Phone: (916) 334-2970



Alcoholics Anonymous: Roseville

Support group and meetings for individuals affected by alcoholism.

Phone: (916) 454-1100

Address: 7500 14th Ave. Suite 27, Sacramento, CA 95820


Click HERE for the AA-NA young adult schedule of meetings.


Clean and Sober Recovery Services

Drug and alcohol intervention, detox, recovery and sober living.

Phone: (916) 961-2691

Address: 8938 Madison Ave., Fair Oaks, CA 95628



Community Recovery Resource

CoRR is a non-profit organization providing full spectrum programs focused toward reducing the social, health, and financial impact from all types of substance abuse. Offering a high quality, structured, personalised array of services to each client, and their family.

Phone: 1 (855) 467-3496

Address: 730 Sunrise Ave., Building #200, Sutie #210-250, Roseville, CA 95661

               12183 Locksley Ln, Suite #101-104, Auburn, CA 95602



Eating Recovery Center of California


Medically-supervised, comprehensive treatment program serving adolescents and adults with anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders.

Sacramento Treatment Center

Address: 3610 American River Drive, Suite 140 Sacramento, CA 95864

Phone:  916.778.3212




Full Circle Treatment Center 

Intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment for teens and their families. Providing early intervention for drug and alcohol abuse, and other destructive behaviors. Provides parenting education and ongoing aftercare.

Phone: (916) 787-4357

Address: 730 Sunrise Ave. #250, Roseville, CA 95661



Hope Help and Healing

Faith-based alcohol/drug program and sober living facility for men struggling with substance abuse and life recovery problems.

Phone: (530) 885-4249

Address: 11960 Heritage Oak Place, Auburn, CA 95603



Marijuana Resource Center

This Web-based resource center provides the general public, community leaders, and other interested people with the facts, knowledge, and tools to better understand and address marijuana in their communities. 



Medmark (formerly Pharmatox)

Alcohol and drug addiction services include methadone, alcohol and drug detox as well as methadone maintenance, outpatient rehabilitation programs, and substance abuse treatment.

Phone:  (916) 391-4293

Address: 7240 East Southgate Drive Suite G, Sacramento, CA 95823



Narcotics Anonymous: American River Area

Support group and meetings for individuals affected by drug use or addiction.

Phone: (866) 565-2135

Address: P.O. Box 15113 Sacramento, CA 95851



Recovery Happens Counseling Services

Specialize in the outpatient and CD-IOP treatment of adolescents and young adults with addiction and mental health issues. Individual, group and/or family counseling, along with multiple parent education classes and drug testing. Low cost drug and alcohol testing supplies. Drug and alcohol testing protocol.

Phone: 916-276-0626

Address: Davis Location: 204 F St, Davis, CA, 95616

Fair Oaks Location: 7996 Old Winding Way, Suite #300, Fair Oaks, California 95628.




Rocklin Community Counseling Center

Drug and alcohol treatment for adolescents and adults.

Phone: (916) 315-0468

Address: 4240 Rocklin Rd Rocklin, CA 95677



Sacramento Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous (SPYAA)

Support group and meetings for individuals affected by alcoholism.

Address: Varies by meeting, please see website

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 160393, Sacramento, CA, 95816




*This list of resources is intended for informational purposes and is not an endorsement by Wellness Together*

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