Counseling/Psychological Services

California State University, Sacramento - Center for Counseling and Diagnostic Services

Sacramento State University Center for Counseling and Diagnostic Services provides for fee counseling and diagnostic testing to the community during the academic school year. Fees are based on services provided. Counseling is provided by graduate students. Services include career and life changes counseling, individual, family and couple counseling, and educational testing and child counseling.

Eureka Hall Room 421 6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
(916) 278-6252

Sacramento State Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) helps students cope with stress or troubling personal problems that may interfere with their academic life. Everyday problems such as work stress, financial concerns, illness, family pressure, and relationship issues can be distracting, making it difficult to concentrate on coursework. CAPS provides individual and coupes counseling, psychiatry, groups and workshops and crisis intervention, along with social work internships.

The Well, 2nd Floor
6000 J Street
California State University, Sacramento
Sacramento, CA 95819-6045

Main Information & Scheduling Phone: 916-278-6416 National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) Call (916) 278-6416 to speak to a triage nurse

CAPS Resources Urgent Services:

Suicide Prevention
From Sacramento, call (916) 368-3111 day or night. From Auburn, call (530) 885-2300 From Lincoln, call (916) 645-8866. From Roseville, call (916) 773-3111.

Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento
Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento is a nonprofit organization that provides nonsectarian crisis intervention to the community at large and to law enforcement. (916) 857-1801.

Placer County Women's Center
Placer County Women’s Center offers counseling for domestic violence and sexual assault. They provide both Spanish and English speaking staff. Their 24-hour crisis line is (916) 652-6558.

El Dorado Women's Center in Placerville
El Dorado Women’s Center in Placerville is a center for domestic violence and sexual assault. They provide both Spanish and English speaking staff. Their 24-hour crisis line is (530) 626-1450.

CAPS Resources Counseling Services:

The Anxiety Treatment Center
Broad range of treatment for various disorders and anxiety issues. Located in Sacramento. Call (916) 366-0647.

Sacramento County Mental Health
Offers mental health services, support and referrals for adults and children. Call (916) 875-7070.

Family Service Agency
Family Service Agency, located near Watt and Folsom Blvd provides counseling for children, adults and families. MediCal is accepted and a sliding fee is provided based on monthly income. MediCal clients please call (916) 875-1055, all others may call (916) 368-3080.

Fallcreek Counseling Assoc.
Director: Debra Moore, Ph.D. Sliding scale, all ages, NO Medi-Cal. Diverse staff. Call: (916) 344-0900 or visit

Yolo County Mental Health
Provides mental health services as well as drug/alcohol rehabilitation and other services. West Sacramento: (916) 375-6350. Woodland: (530) 666-8630.

Yolo Family Service Agency
YFSA is committed to strengthening family life in Yolo County. YFSA has developed a variety of programs and services to meet the needs of families in Yolo County. Services are available to anyone who works or resides in Yolo County and are also offered in Spanish. For services in Woodland call (530) 662-2211, Davis (530) 753-8674 or Sacramento (916) 375-1254. Fees may be adjusted according to family income.

New Pathways (formerly Catholic Social Services)
Provides counseling for children, adults and families of all denominations. Their standard fee is $70, but they also offer a sliding fee based on income. They are located on Newman court in Sacramento and can be reached at (916) 452-1218.

Family Study Center
The Family Study Center offers counseling for adults, children and families. They do offer a sliding fee based on income. They are located on X Street in Sacramento and can be reached at (916) 456-4412.

La Familia Counseling Center
La Familia offers free short and long term counseling for all ethnicities. Located on 34th Street in Sacramento. Call (916) 452-3601

Asian Pacific Community Counseling
Free services provided to the Asian/Pacific Islander community. Located on Power Inn Road, call (916) 383-6783.

Victim Assistance Program
If you or a family member have been the victim of a violent crime, (examples include rape, assault, domestic violence, stalking, armed robbery, victim of a drunk driver, molest or sexual abuse), and a police report has been filed, you may qualify for funds for counseling. They will refer you to several therapists convenient to your location. Call: (916) 874-5701.

Offers short and long-term counseling for victims of sexual abuse. There is a $45 intake fee, then a sliding scale fee of $40 - $90 based on income. Call: (916) 344-0249.

Southeast Asian Assistance Center (SAC)
Located on 24th Street in Sacramento. Call (916) 421-1036

Sacramento Community Health Center
Low cost, sliding scale health clinic. Primarily gerneral health, but some psychiatric services may be provided depending on the doctors on duty. 6950 65th Street in Sacramento. Call: (916) 422-5200.

VIVA Counseling Services Volunteers in Victim Assistance provides adult counseling by MFT interns. Services are available for victims or family members of a person who has experienced a serious trauma or crime. A sliding scale is available based on certain criteria. 2020 Hurly Way, Suite 265 Sacramento. Call: (916) 570-1690 for an appointment

Visions Unlimited
Visions Unlimited provides counseling for all ages as well as medication management. They accept MediCal and provide sliding fees based on income. Call (916) 393-2203.

Well Space Health

The mission of WellSpace Health is achieving regional health through high quality comprehensive care.

The vision of WellSpace Health is to build on and strengthen our Core Values, while providing exemplary services through innovative strategies to achieve financial self-sufficiency within two years. By becoming self-sufficient, we will be able to attract and retain highly talented people, continually improve the levels of service we provide, and be a dynamic place where effective treatment is readily available to people who need it.

The Effort North Highlands
Multi-Services Center:
6015 Watt Avenue, Suite 2
North Highlands, CA 95660 J Street Community

Health Center:
1820 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95811 Oak Park Community

Health Center:
3415 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95817 South Valley Community

Health Center:
8233 E. Stockton Blvd,
Suite D, Sacramento, CA


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