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Mental Health and Substance Use Services Directory



Mental Health Provider & Program Directory

Substance Use Disorders Provider & Program Directory


Find a mental health and/or substance use provider in the San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) network below.  Services are offered through a network of county operated clinics and programs, contracted community agencies and private providers. We serve San Mateo County residents who have or are eligible for Medi-Cal,  and those who are uninsured.

All Mental Health Clinics provide the range of Targeted Case Management  and Specialty Mental Health Services (SMHS) including Intensive Home Based Services (as appropriate) and Intensive Care Coordination. Therapeutic Foster Care (agencies) that are Mental Health MediCal Certified are listed under Mental Health Clinics.

Limitations of Information Provided: BHRS strives to assure the information in this directory is accurate and relies on the provider to submit new information as it becomes available and this directory listing is reviewed at regular intervals. Services may be delivered by an individual provider, or a team of providers, who is working under the direction of a licensed practitioner operating within their scope of practice. Licensed, waivered, or registered mental health providers and licensed substance use disorder services providers are listed on the BHRS Provider Directory. This directory is updated monthly.

If you need this directory in an alternative communication format such as large font, Braille, or an electronic format, or, if you would like help reading the material, at no cost to you please contact BHRS by calling (800) 388-5189.

For questions or assistance, call the BHRS Access Call Center 1 (800) 686-0101, or TTY (for hearing impaired): dial 711. Learn more about how to request services. [Spanish], [Chinese], [Tagalog], [Russian]

***COVID-19 Information***

For service modifications due to COVID-19 and how to access services click here. 

For COVID-19 mental health resources, click here