Family Well-Being and Mental Health

Services that support family health, mental health, and safety

Strong and Resilient Families
Family Service Collaboratives
Help to plan and coordinate local service systems for families.
Parenting Support Programs
Education and support for parents
Parent Support Outreach Program (PSOP)
Voluntary early intervention program for families with children age 10 and under that focuses on strengths and needs, and aims to help children and parents thrive.
Crisis Services
Mental Health Crisis Lines
Help for adults and children in crisis
Crisis Nursery
Child care for families going through a crisis or emergency
Domestic Violence
Temporary emergency shelter for people who have experienced domestic abuse
Mental Health or Substance Abuse
Early Childhood Mental Health Providers
Early childhood mental health professionals can work with parents and families to assess and treat trauma, emotional or behavioral concerns of babies, toddlers, and young children.
Fast-Tracker
Search the online Fast-Tracker for statewide mental health and substance use disorder treatment professionals
Mental Health Collaboratives
Help finding child and family local mental health providers for all ages
Perinatal Substance Abuse and Mental Health - PAL
Call PALS for help with:
  • Same-day phone consultations for prescribing providers; a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist can help with starting, adjusting, or managing medications
  • Phone consultation with a licensed clinical social worker for help finding local mental health resources, or help with clinical questions.
Reproductive and Sexual Health
Fact-based information and clinical services, including all FDA approved methods of contraception (birth control), testing and treatment for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), pregnancy testing and all-options pregnancy counseling and referrals, gender affirming hormone care, screening and laboratory tests, preconception care, and evidence-informed sexuality education for young people, teens, and caregivers.