Mental Health Resources

Community partners consist of a diverse array of local nonprofits, partner organizations or businesses in Mountain View that support the mission of the City of Mountain View through its services or programs. These partners meet specific criteria:
•         Serve Mountain View or have a Mountain View branch
•         Support community nonprofits and neighborhood associations
•         May have a role that ties into or contributes to the achievement of the City Council priorities

The City provides this list as a convenience for the community to identify organizations that support City programs and services. However, inclusion in this list does not constitute an endorsement of any specific organization or business.

Organization name

Contact info

 Ages served


Text 741741

 Youth, teens, and families.


Grades K-12, individuals and families.
Uplift Family Services  Youth, teens, and families.
El Camino Hospital El Camino offers programs for individuals of all ages.
Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF)  All ages.


Youth, teens, and adults.
Santa Clara County


Behavioral Health Services:

Programs focus on ages birth to 25.
Project Safety Net Youth and families primarily.
Stanford Medicine, Allcove


 This program focuses on ages 12-25.
Children Health Council


Children, teens, and young adults.
Mental Health Urgent Care (MHCU)


Santa Clara Mental Health Department

871 Enborg Court, Building 871 Unit #100, San Jose

Adolescents and Adults.
Grownowski Center  650-961-9300 Services for all ages.
Process Therapy Institute


Services for all ages.
Palo Alto Therapy


Services for children, youth and adults.
Starlight Community Services             

669-220-1905 ext. 1921

Services for 2-25 years old.
California Youth Crisis Line Text: 800-843-5200   (Available 24/7) Serves youth adults 12-24.
Teen Line (open forum-problems) Call 800-852-8336 or Text 839863 (6pm-10pm)  Teens 13-18.
Bay Area Clinical Association (BACA)


Focus on children of all ages, adolescents, young adults up to 26 and families