If you have a Behavioral Health emergency call 911.
For more information send us an email or phone 1-888-724-7240.
San Diego County Adult/Older Adult Mental Health (A/OAMHS) offers a wide variety of treatment, rehabilitation and recovery services to help people who are experiencing persistent and severe mental illness or a mental health crisis. All services provided shall be oriented to meet the unique linguistic and cultural needs of the diverse clients to be served.
The system strives to ensure that the County residents have access to quality services as guided by our mission, principles and goals.
Services listed are County operated mental health services. Select Network of Care on the list below to visit the interactive mental health website.
San Diego County Behavioral Health Plan Emergency Response Plan (ERP) Form
The Emergency Response Plan is a form that consumers may want to use to help emergency services personnel correctly assess and respond to urgent situations involving a client with mental illness.
To download the form, click on the link below:
Emergency Response Plan (ERP) Form
Services offered by Mental Health Services - Adult and Older Adult:
Mental Health Administration
Adult and Older Adult Mental Health Administration (A/OAMHS) is responsible for oversight, planning and program development for the public mental health adult system of care for San Diego County.
The public system is responsible for providing the services for County residents who are experiencing a mental health crisis or who have, as a primary diagnosis, persistent, severe mental illness. Services are provided through direct, County-operated services and through contracts with organizational providers and individual fee-for-service providers. Administrative functions include Quality Improvement, grievance and complaint procedures, billing and claiming procedures, direction and coordination of medical record services, and contract administration.
For more information send us an email or phone 619-563-2700.