How to Receive Our Services

Marin

Housing Services: By referral through Marin County Mental Health and Substance Use Services (MHSUS) only. Housing with supportive services is available only to individuals who are currently clients of MHSUS and secondly meet MHSU's criteria for Supported Housing. For more information, please contact MHSUS Access Team at 1-888-818-1115

Employment Services:  All interested may attend a free orientation meeting held at noon, every Tuesday at BES located at 555 Northgate Drive in San Rafael. Buckelew Employment Services (BES) can accept clients directly, a referral from the county Mental Health Department is not necessary. To qualify you must be a Marin resident, be 18 years or older and have a serious mental illness.

Helen Vine Recovery Center (Detox Services): Call 415.492.0818 for a pre-admission screening.

Casa Rene (short term residential mental health services): Call 415.457.6964 for more information.

Family Service Agency: Call 415.491.5700 or visit fsamarin.org

Sonoma

Supported Housing Programs: By referral through Sonoma County Behavioral Health (SCBH).  Housing with supportive services is available only to individuals who are currently clients of Sonoma County Behavioral Health and secondly meet SCBH criteria for Supported Housing.  For more information, please contact Sonoma County Behavioral Health's Housing Specialist, Laurie Ferrand Mitchell, at 707.565.4943 or call Buckelew's Sonoma County office at 707.571.5581.

Buckelew Employment Services (BES): To learn more about our Sonoma County employment services, attend our twice-weekly BES Orientation: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm, Buckelew offices, 144 South E-Street #200, Santa Rosa CA 95404. No appointment or referral necessary. Sonoma County is looking for potential employers for clients ready and prepared to work. If you have employment opportunities or are seeking employment in Sonoma County, please contact: Jamie Burke, Team Leader, 707.571-5543 or jamieb@buckelew.org .

BES Services are now also available in Ukiah! Contact jamieb@buckelew.org  for more information.

Family Service Coordination offers families of those with mental illness education and referral. The Family Service Coordinator serves as a liaison with Sonoma County Mental Health and other community based organizations and services. Any family member or support person may contact the Family Service Coordinator for assistance in accessing services for themselves or their loved one. Contact Erika Klohe at 707.571.8452 erikak@buckelew.org or attend our free Drop-In Resource Clinic every Tuesday from 3pm - 4:30pm at the Buckelew offices, 144 South E-Street#200, Santa Rosa, CA 95404.

Napa

Napa County Mental Health Department:
Robin Merrill-Payne 707.253.4710
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For more information, contact Napa Program Director, Claudia Mares, at 707.253.2528 ext.1 or claudiam@buckelew.org. Buckelew Programs, 1100 Lincoln Ave, Suite 102, Napa CA 94558