Health Care Services
For information about the San Mateo County Emergency Medical Services Agency and system, including:
- EMS Mission, Values, Vision
- History, System Design and Structure
- Personal Emergency Preparedness
- Becoming an EMT
- Policies, Procedures and Protocols
Do you and your family want to learn more about how to live healthily and get connected to local resources? We’re here to help!
Check out the resources below or call us at (650) 573-2501. We provide services in homes, local clinics, offices and schools. Services are free for adults, children and families on Medi-Cal, and on a sliding fee scale for other San Mateo County residents. We provide services in your native language.
Services for older and dependent adults, including abuse prevention, public guardian and authority, in-home care, nutritious meals and more.
Results of the AAS RFPs for 2022-24 have been released. Please see the Intent to Award documents below:
This communication serves as the official Notice of Intent to Award contract(s) for the Request for Proposal (RFP) for services for Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities for San Mateo County Aging and Adult Services (RFP# 2022-04) issued on February 23, 2022 and due April 21, 2022.
About Behavioral Health & Recovery Services Services
Services are provided by mental health clinicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, alcohol and drug counselors, peers, and others, through seven regional county behavioral health clinics and a network of contracted community and private providers located throughout the county.
Specialty programs for specific populations, such as infants and their mothers, youth transitioning to adults, foster youth, older adults, and for various levels of care are also available.