Explore the resources below or click here to access the Mental Health Resources Guide (PDF).
For more information about local services, contact our director Hannah McDonald at (775) 841-4730 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For immediate assistance, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (this is an external link to their website) at 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255).
Find the best mental health services for you that are also near you in the Carson City region. There are presently over 50 service options in the area that you can learn more about.
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
The Office of Suicide Prevention, which is part of the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH), is the State of Nevada’s official portal to suicide prevention and useful resources.
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) is the nation’s only federally supported resource center devoted to advancing the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention.
Support for individuals and families affected by the disease
1301 Cordone Ave.
Ste. 180, Reno
or (800) 272-3900
Vaccinations, clinic, well-child, prescription assistance, housing, WIC, life skills, emergency services, etc.
900 E. Long St.
Programs to promote positive change in troubled youth and their families
Assistance for those who cannot advocate for themselves
Carson City Schools, LGBQT, NAMI Board, and Foundation for Recovery Addictions Board of Directors
Dave Caloiaro, MSW, LISW
School Social Worker
Meets with citizens in crisis before a situation escalates to law enforcement; mental health, law enforcement and social work
Team Forensic Assessment Services Triage and Mental Health Court
Director of Forensic Health Services
Counseling, mental health assistance and other supportive services for those without insurance
1665 Hot Springs Rd.
Provides acute inpatient and ongoing treatment for psychiatric and substance abuse issues
1080 N. Minnesota St.
775 Fleishmann Way,
Provides options toward independent living for seniors and disabled adults
P.O. Box 11705
Reno, NV 89510
Counseling, crisis intervention, anger management, substance treatment, support groups, therapy and referrals
205 South Pratt St.
Suicide prevention and crisis intervention
or (800) 273-8255
Senior mental health and wellness services including depression, anger, isolation and grief
1107 Hwy. 395
1528 Hwy. 395 N.
Emergency food, shelter, clothing, showers and laundry; free health clinic for the uninsured, by appointment
138 E. Long St.
Transportation for senior citizens and the general public with temporary and permanent disabilities
3303 Butti Way
Medication and counseling whole-person approach advocating for mental health and addiction
1201 N. Stewart St.
Sparks: (775) 355-7734
Christ-centered support groups for those living with mental health difficulties
Family Grace Group on Thursdays
Living Grace Group on Wednesdays
1095 Stephanie Way
Website (external link)
Acute psychiatric and substance use ER facility
775 Fleishmann Way
Health clinic and assistance with community health: diabetes, immunizations, HIV, substance use, mental health, etc.
6512 S. McCarran Blvd.
Ste. A, Reno
Promoting independence and quality of life for people with disabilities, including education and outreach
At Carson City Health & Human Services the second and fourth Tuesdays monthly
900 N. Long St.
Sparks: (775) 353-3599
Online directory where community advocates can post an event, classes or training
Resource directory and contact info located on this website
Advocacy, education and support in uniting LGBTQ families, friends and allies
Positive and supportive environment, basic needs assistance, food bank, parenting and co-parenting classes, and much more
www.carson-family.org (external link)
Seniors, all veterans and human service resources in the community
Full-service mental health facility: individual and family therapy, drug and alcohol treatment, rehab, medication management, etc.
755 N. Roop St.
1 (800) SUICIDE
1 (800) 273-TALK (8255)
NeedyMeds (external link)
Nevada 2-1-1 (external link)
Sage Health Services (external link)
State of Nevada Department of Welfare & Social Services (external link)
Residential and outpatient treatment for behavioral health and substance abuse
Pro bono civil services for low income, immigration, divorce, adoption, and victim assistance programs are available
904 N. Nevada St.
Peer and family education, advocacy and support