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Local Resources

There are many local resources available to help people with mental health problems. These resources can provide support, education, and treatment. Some of the most common local resources include:

  • Mental health clinics: Mental health clinics provide a variety of services, including individual therapy, group therapy, and medication management.
  • Psychiatric hospitals: Psychiatric hospitals provide inpatient and outpatient care for people with severe mental illness.
  • Crisis hotlines: Crisis hotlines are available 24 hours a day to provide support to people in crisis.
  • Support groups: Support groups are groups of people who meet regularly to share their experiences and support each other.
  • Mental health websites: Mental health websites provide information about mental health problems, treatment options, and support resources.
  • Mental health apps: Mental health apps are available for smartphones and tablets that can provide information, support, and tracking tools.

If you are struggling with your mental health, there are many local resources available to help you. There is no shame in seeking help, and it is the first step to recovery.

Here are some additional tips for finding and using local mental health resources:

  • Ask your doctor: Your doctor can provide you with information about local mental health resources.
  • Search online: There are many websites that list local mental health resources.
  • Call a crisis hotline: Crisis hotlines can provide you with information about local mental health resources.
  • Talk to a mental health professional: A mental health professional can help you to find and use local mental health resources.

List of Local Resources

This link is for certified first responder counselors here in CA. There are a few local to our area.

CFRC Directory (firstrespondercounselor.com)

Heather Williams, PsyD
Psy License #31232

Cost for individual/couples/EMDR therapy is 150.00/session

Premier First Responder Psychological Services

Sacramento County offers an Employee Assistance Program

EAP Flyer.pdf

Trauma First Responders to First Responders and the Community

Chaplains Transform Others By the Power of Hope

Credible | Essential | Confidential

The Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento (LECS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization. Our mission is to serve. Our volunteer team of chaplains are highly trained, caring and compassionate.


A local reputable therapist in our area who is willing to accept self-referral from our DA employees. When you call, just let her know you work for the DA’s office. Her current rate is $200 for the first session and $140 thereafter. She does specialize in “brain spotting” which is a unique way to trigger certain pathways in the brain linked to trauma and stress. Some people may find that this is an “easier” or more appealing concept than traditional talk therapy.

Hannah L. Ware

Certified Brainspotting Practitioner
Member, American Academy of Experts In Traumatic Stress
Listed in Professional Directory of The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress

Minds Moving Forward, L.L.C.
an active approach to health

P: 702-608-2622