Project Lifeline serves adults 25 and older of all backgrounds in the Northern California area whose mental health has been directly or indirectly impacted by the COVID19 Pandemic. Mental health is a complex issue that often involves the individual impacted and their network of family and support systems, therefore we provide services to those interconnected.
Our services are provided regardless of the severity of the mental health symptoms and have staff and resources to help everyone, so please do not hesitate in contacting us. If it is determined that our level of outpatient care cannot meet the client needs, a referral to the appropriate resource will be provided to the client.
Project Lifeline prioritizes enrolling clients who have had a hospitalization in the past 6 months for a suicide attempt and/or emergency room utilization, and/or experienced domestic violence.
Project Lifeline works with clients of all genders, races, sexual orientations, abilities, socioeconomic levels, incomes, nationalities, ethnicities, and gender expressions. Your identity is not a barrier to accessing our services or other agencies we work with.