Mental Health and Mental Illness Resources

Congregation Beth El has a task force aimed at reducing the stigma of mental illness and working to ensure that our community is responsive to the needs of families and individuals who struggle to maintain mental health. Our group of volunteer psychotherapists, social workers and psychiatrists has compiled a list of local agencies that provide free or low-fee counseling, consultation and advocacy services.

Access Community Resources for Mental Health and Illness here.

If you have difficulty accessing the document or if you find that any of the entries are out of date, please contact Susan Sugarman, or 510-206-9746. We hope that this list will enable congregants and their friends to get the help appropriate to their circumstances. For more information about the Mental Health Task Force, you may contact Susan Sugarman or Karen Harber, Our group is prepared to offer speakers or programs to promote the well-being of Beth El members and we welcome your suggestions for topics that are of interest to you.