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Mental Health Services

Promoting Access to Children’s

Mental Health Services


The Robla School District is committed to supporting the well-being of our students and families. Therefore, we want to ensure that all students and families know how to access mental/behavioral health services within the Robla School District as well as the greater community.


At your child’s school site, the Site Administrator, School Social Worker, School Psychologist, and/or School Nurse are able to provide guidance on accessing mental/behavioral health services. Parents/Guardians who have questions are encouraged to contact a specialist at their school site.


Multiple resources are also available within the community. Parents/Guardians are able to ask their primary care provider about accessing mental/behavioral health services. Additional services may be accessed through the following list.


Please note, additional information about providers in the Sacramento region can be accessed by calling Sac211 or (916) 498-1000.


For a life threatening mental health crisis call:



Suicide Prevention Crisis Line

(916) 368-3111


County Mental Health Crisis Line

24 Hours

(916) 732-3637


Sacramento County Access Team

(916) 875-1055

Adults and Children, must be Medi-Cal eligible

Uplift Family Services

(916) 921-0828

Children, Medi-Cal eligible.

Heartland Child and Family Services

(916) 922-9869

811 Grand Ave., Ste. D, 95838

Children must go through Access Team.

Victim Witness Assistance Program

(916) 874-5701

901 G Street, Sacramento 95814

For victims and family members of a crime. 

Wellspace Health

(916) 679-3925

6015 Watt Ave., Ste. 2

North Highlands, 95660

Brief therapy for families, children, individual.

La Familia Counseling Center

(916) 452-3601

5523 34th St. Sac, 95820

Families, Children, Multicultural Services.