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The Right Response Directory

Are you or someone you know struggling with a mental health crisis, substance abuse, or behavioral health issue? Often, the first instinct is to call the police. But what if there was a safer, more supportive option?

The Right Response (TRR) is a community dedicated to just that.

The Right Response connects you with supportive community services, trained in empathy & understanding, unlike traditional responses.

Find help today at 

Contra Costa County

If you, or someone you know, is having a behavioral health emergency, or need immediate mental health resources, in Contra Costa County, please call
A3: The Miles Hall Crisis Center at


Someone is available 24 hours a day - 7 days a week.

Adults: Call 988 or Text 'HOPE' to 20121
Under 18: 877-441-1089


If you or another person is experiencing a mental health emergency or need to speak with a trained mental health professional professional from anywhere in the country, call 988 and you'll be directed to resources in your area. 

Learn more about A3: The Miles Hall Crisis Call Center here:

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Contra Costa is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing outreach, education, support and advocacy to families and individuals in need of help dealing with mental illness. They have been assisting people and families affected by mental illness in Contra Costa for over 30 years.


All of their programs are free so get involved today and help make a difference in your life, others' lives, and in the local community.

Office: (925) 942-0767 
Warm Line: (925) 465-3864

The mission of the Contra Costa Crisis Center is to keep people alive and safe, help them through crises, and provide or connect them with culturally relevant services in the community.

Call 211 or text 'HOPE' to 20121
Contra Costa County Resource Directory

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