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Fremont, California           A Spiritual Community of Caring Hearts and Open Minds.

Mental Health Services for Children

  • The Alameda County Childcare Planning Council advises and makes recommendations to policymakers to ensure that all children and families have access to quality child care that educates children and enriches their lives. Their publication Alameda County Directory of Early Childhood Mental Health Services (0-6) and Child Care Mental Health Services and Consultation gives a list of mental health care services for childen in the following categories:
    • Information and Referral
    • Assessment
    • Childcare Consultation
    • Mental health treatment
    • Therapeutic Pre-schools

  • The Link to Children (TLC)
    The Link to Children supports the healthy emotional development of children 0-5 years of age within a culturally relevant context so that young children will be able to learn to their full potential. For more information, contact Dr. Grace Manning Orenstein, Executive Director at: 510-428-2028

  • Kidango
    Kidango, Inc. provides free mental health services to qualifying families with children ages 0-5 who live in the Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Their mental health specialists provide in home visitation, education/training, therapy, developmental screenings, behavioral intervention, support services for teachers and families, consultations and referrals.

    For more information, contact:
    Julie Kurtz, Director of Mental Health Services, Kidango
    Phone: 1-800-262-4252 x25 Email: jkurtz at kidango.org

  • Through the Looking Glass
    For Families in which a child, parent or grandparent has a disability or medical issue.
    1-800-644-2666

  • Family Paths
    Development of nurturing, responsible and resilient familes by providing comprehensive services that foster positive change, empowering parents and children.
    24-hour referrals 1-800-829-3777

  • Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)
    A national non-profit, tax-exempt organization providing education, advocacy and support for individuals with AD/HD.

  • National Institute of Mental Health
    Information on child and adolescent mental health on this government web site.

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