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Mental Health Division
Mental Health Division

Berkeley Mental Health Adult Services

2640 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Berkeley, CA 94704
Phone: (510) 981-5290
Fax:     (510) 981-5265
TDD:    (510) 981-6903 

The Mobile Crisis Team is available 5 days a week, 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., closed Tuesdays and Saturdays. They can be reached via the Berkeley Police Department’s non-emergency number at (510) 981-5900. Ask dispatch for a mental health worker. To leave a voicemail, call (510) 981-5254.

The City of Berkeley Health Officer has ordered residents to shelter in place, leaving only for essential needs. Read the latest changes to City services and COVID-19 information from Berkeley Public Health. 

The Mental Health Adult Services Clinic provides mental health and related social services to Berkeley and Albany community members and their families. Program efforts include coordination and consultation with other agencies and groups, and providing linkages and referrals to community resources.

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Crisis, Assessment, and Triage
Assessment and linkages to community-based resources.  

Comprehensive Community Treatment (CCT) Program
Case management and support services designed for people with serious and persistent mental disabilities. Comprehensive Community Treatment patients are people with histories of psychiatric hospitalization who are in need of mental health, and other medical and social services, and who require long-term comprehensive services to maintain stability in the community.

Adult and Homeless Full Service Partnership
Comprehensive case management and support services for people whose problems have resulted in multiple and lengthy hospitalizations or whose health and mental health status puts them at critically high risk. Patients are seen on with high frequency to obtain assistance with multiple and complex needs.


Residents of Berkeley or individuals homeless in Berkeley who are 18 years or older, who have a qualifying mental health diagnosis and major functional impairments.


  • Language(s) Spoken: English and Spanish, (Translation services available regardless of language need).

  • Fees: Sliding scale based on income; Free services depending on income qualification. We accept Medi-Cal insurance.  

  • Wheelchair Accessible


General Hours of Operation
2640 Martin Luther King Jr. Way - Clinical Case Management and New Clients
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Mobile Crisis Response Hours

Mobile Crisis Team Service Days: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 11:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. (Please note the Mobile Crisis Team is not available on Tuesdays and Saturdays.)

Phone: (510) 981-5900 (Police non-emergency-24 hours) or
Phone: (510) 981-5254 (Voice message)

Grievance and Suggestions

If you have a grievance or a suggestion regarding the City of Berkeley’s Mental Health services that you’d like to share with us, please fill out the Grievance and Suggestion form below and either email or send it to us at the addresses listed in the form.

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Grievance and Suggestion form to be emailed

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Mental Health Division, 2640 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Berkeley, CA 94704
Questions or comments? Email: Phone: (510) 981-5290
(510) 981-CITY/2489 or 311 from any landline in Berkeley
TTY: (510) 981-6903