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Central City Integrated Health

Phone: (313) 831-3160 | Central City Integrated Health works collaboratively to address both physical and behavioral health needs. CCIH believes in the basic principles of recovery and providing an open door. Primary and mental health services are offered to individuals with evidence-based resources to regain a meaningful life that goes beyond reduction and remission of symptoms. Recovery for those with mental health is defined as a process, vision, and guiding principle, but in order to recover, individuals need hope and resources.


Phone: (612) 287-1600 | RS EDEN provides community human services in Minnesota. From early achievements in substance abuse treatment and correctional residential programs, RS EDEN has evolved into a multi-faceted agency whose mission is to provide a spectrum of care, recovery, and support services to best facilitate individual, family, and community movement from homelessness to self-sufficiency. The belief is that with structure, stability, and accountability, people can and do change. RS EDEN operates nine supportive housing communities that serve youth, single adults, and families. These programs offer recovery-focused, transformative opportunities for residents to achieve personal goals, increase skills and income, integrate with the community, and stabilize housing.

People's Community Center

Phone: (512) 478-4939 | People's Community Clinic is a primary care facility for Central Texas' uninsured and medically underserved, but it provides behavioral health services through its Integrated Behavioral Health Program. Clients must meet eligibility requirements for IBH Program enrollment.

Talbert House

Phone: (513) 338-8596 | Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit network of services focusing on prevention, assessment, treatment, and reintegration. Services are provided at multiple sites throughout Southwest Ohio for children, adults, and families. The Housing service programs assist adults, veterans and families who need housing and other supportive services to maintain their independence. Talbert House offers sober independent living, shelter housing, transitional housing, supportive housing services and permanent supportive housing.

Peaceful Paths

The certified domestic abuse network that serves survivors of domestic violence in Alachua, Bradford, and Union counties. Peaceful Paths provides a wide range of services including emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis hotline, victim advocacy, children’s programming, education and training, counseling and support groups, community awareness and intervention, violence prevention programs, and batterer’s intervention programming. Peaceful Paths is a member of the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV).

Helping Hands Clinic For the Homeless

Helping Hands Clinic seeks to improve the physical and mental well-being of the homeless and poor by: delivering comprehensive health care, sensitizing providers to the special needs of the poor and engaging the community in meaningful contribution.


Meridian is committed to meeting the mental health needs in our communities. They offer in-person and telehealth appointments. Phone: 352-374-5600

Grassroots Crisis Intervention

Phone: (410) 531-6006 | Grassroots provides 24/7 access to individuals and famlies for behavioral health, crisis, and homeless services.

Huckleberry House

Phone: (614) 294-8097 | Huckleberry House works with Central Ohio's youth and families who are dealing with some of the most difficult problems imaginable. Issues like abuse, violence, neglect, poverty, and homelessness. No matter how hopeless the situation may seem, Huckleberry House offers proven programs and committed people who know how to help young people and families take control of their lives. A crisis shelter and a transitional living program are provided. Counseling services are available to youth ages 12 to 22 and their families. Therapists help youth and families address a wide range of issues including anger, anxiety, behavioral concerns, crisis situations, depression, family conflict, parenting, school problems, stress management, trauma and PTSD, and more. Free.

McClendon Center

Phone: (202)-745-0073 | Email: | For over 40 years, McClendon Center has provided critical programs and services to those most vulnerable in our community — supporting and empowering them to live more independently and improve their quality of life. We employ a whole person-centered approach and provide comprehensive, wraparound services that address primary care needs, as well as a host of social issues, including: housing and food insecurity, access to quality health care, and stigma, prejudice and lack of social interaction. These include counseling, community support, housing assistance, art and movement therapy groups, and substance use counseling. There are no time limits on services offered, but we aim to work with clients so they achieve their highest degree of recovery and independence.

So Others Might Eat

Phone: 202-797-8806 |Email: | Since 1970, SOME has been a care provider and a beacon of hope to residents in our nation’s capital. Our services are available to individuals, families, senior citizens, veterans, and those affected by physical or mental illness. Every day, we strive to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness through our comprehensive Whole Person Care approach.

Bethany Women's Cente

Phone: 202-939-2060 | Bethany Women's Center is a day shelter for homeless women without children. Services offered include lunch, a women's support group, and shower and laundry facilities.

Boston GLASS

GLASS provides a continuum of services to LGBTQ+ youth of color and their allies in the Greater Boston and Greater Framingham areas. As a leader in LGBTQ+ youth services, we also provide education and consultation to other providers and community organizations. (We're using "LGBTQ+" to mean lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, Two-Spirit, intersex, asexual, pansexual, people living with HIV, and other sexual and gender minorities.)

Brookline Community Mental Health Center

Phone: 617-277-8107 | The Brookline Community Mental Health Center is an organization that offers a wide range of mental health services, including therapy for adults and children, home- and school-based counseling, crisis intervention, outreach to the homeless, and more. The bulk of the center's clients qualify as low- or moderate-income, and it provides 10,000 free or reduced-cost visits each year. The core service is one-on-one, personalized counseling and psychotherapy for children (ages 3+) and adults of every age. This care may include medication, diagnostic evaluation, or psychological or neuropsychological testing. Additional services include school-based counseling, group counseling, care management, case management, crisis intervention, and help with housing, food, and basic needs. Sliding scale

St. Francis House

Phone: 617-542-4211 | St. Francis House serves poor and homeless men and women in Boston. Basic, rehabilitative, and housing services are provided in a holistic approach to provide guests with continuous and comprehensive care. The Counseling and Mental Health Department provides services in English and Spanish, including individual and group counseling, psychiatric care, case management and substance abuse assistance. On a daily basis, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous groups are hosted on site. There is also a Clinical and Recovery Services Department at St. Francis House, providing tools and services to help guests deal with traumas and move toward stability in all aspects of life.

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program

Phone: 857-654-1000 | BHCHP has a team of psychiatrists, a clinical nurse specialist, psychologists, clinical social workers and licensed mental health counselors, dedicated to providing behavioral health treatment to homeless adults and families in Boston. BHCHP also offers medication-assisted therapies, and referrals to detoxification and rehabilitation beds. The integrated care model at BHCHP unites physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, case managers and behavioral health professionals in close collaboration. The Behavioral Health Team works with patients at clinics, medical respite facilities and at family shelters. The team delivers a full spectrum of services including individual and group counseling, psychiatry, child and family therapy, medication management, and substance use disorders services.

Trinity Place Shelter

Transitional housing program for LGBTQ youth ages 18-24 in New York City. | 164 West 100th St., New York, NY 10025

Ali Forney Center

Phone: (212) 206-0574 | Offers emergency and transitional housing, drop-in services, meals, support groups, counseling and medical services for LGBTQ homeless youth | 321 W 125th St, New York, NY 10027 | Open for new intakes M-F from 8 AM-8 PM, weekends from 10 AM-6 PM, closed Wednesdays 12-4 for staff meetings

Covenant House

Phone: 1(800) 388-3888 | Provides emergency shelter, crisis care, counseling and clothing. | 461 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10001