Thank you for completing the eligibility survey. You will receive an email within 2 weeks to inform you of your eligibility. If you are eligible, we will contact you to schedule a brief phone call during which we will confirm eligibility, give you more information about the study and next steps, and schedule a time for your lab visit.

Below is a list of resources in case you are interested.

Daily services (7 days a week):

1. Behavioral Health Program (Alta Bates Medical Center)
Herrick Campus
2001 Dwight Way
Berkeley, CA

Phone: (510) 204-4405

Services: offers crisis intervention, evaluation, and treatment 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.

2. Berkeley Mental Health Adult Services
2640 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Berkeley, CA 94703

7 days 11am-11pm

Free crisis intervention services (psychological outreach, assessment and/or counseling intervention for mental health crises, including suicide).

Crisis Intervention Hotlines:

1. Crisis Support Services of Alameda County
PO Box 3120 Oakland 94609

800-309-2131 7 days 24-hours Crisis Line
800-260-0094 Grief counseling, stress counseling, and senior outreach

Services: Telephone crisis, counseling and referral services; community education program, disaster counseling.

2. Suicide Hotline
800-784-2433 (800-SUICIDE)
7 days 24 hours
Service: Connects callers to the closest crisis center in Alameda county.

General Counseling:

1. UC Berkeley Psychology Clinic
2205 Tolman Hall #1650

Opening hours:
Monday-Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday and Thursday evenings until 7:00pm (by appointment)

Provides a variety of services on a sliding-fee scale, including therapy for adults, children, families, and couples, psychological assessment, community consultation and preventive interventions. The Psychology Clinic also provides referrals to appropriate agencies.

• Therapy Services: provide therapy for individuals, families, and couples. Both heterosexual and gay/lesbian couples are seen in couples therapy. Group therapy focused on special issues is sometimes available.
• Assessments: psychological testing for children, adolescents, and adults. Consultation accompanies each assessment to determine the best way to gather and to use the information.
• Referrals: to receive referrals to other agencies, telephone 510-642-2055, Monday through Friday at 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm

Appointments can generally be arranged within 10 days of the time you call.
Sliding-fee scale ranges from 20-120 dollars per session.
Reserved parking available. Wheelchair accessible.

2. Alameda County of Mental Health Clients
3234 Adeline St, Berkeley, CA (between Harmon & Fairview Sts)

Opening hours: Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm.

Respite, counseling and group sessions.
Free phone service, a mailing address and message services.

3. Berkeley Bi-Polar Support Group
2001 Dwight Way, Berkeley, CA at Alta Bates Hospital

Support, education, and crisis guidance for people diagnosed with unipolar depression and bipolar affective disorder. Main meeting is every Thursday evening, 7-9 PM. The Thursday group is also open to family and friends. Typical attendance is 25-35 people. A smaller group meets every Saturday from 11 AM to 1 PM. The Saturday group does not allow family or friends to attend.

4. Berkeley Free Clinic Peer Counseling Collective
2339 Durant Ave, Berkeley, CA
548-2570 ex.2250

Opening hours:
Monday thru Friday 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
Saturday 12 to 2 pm for women and people who transgender only.

Peer Counseling Collective is a non-profit collective of community volunteers interested in providing free peer counseling to individuals in the community.

5. Pacific Center
2712 Telegraph Ave. 510-548-8283
Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri 10:00AM-8:00PM

Individual, couples, and family therapy, HIV counseling, facilitated therapy groups, youth groups, peer support groups, room rentals, referrals to community resources and support services. Support for LGBT and other sexual minorities

Groups are $5-10, no one will be turned away for lack of funds.