Transitions Mental Health Association


TMHA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating stigma and promoting recovery and wellness for people with mental illness through work, housing, community, and family support services. Crisis and mental health support -Central Coast Hotline Call or Text: 800-783-0607

Lompoc, Santa Maria & Guadalupe, SLO County

Central Coast Hotline -  A confidential mental health guidance, crisis and suicide prevention line which also provides mental health resource information. We are here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Free of charge. Call or Text, any time: 800-783-0607.

Santa Maria Recovery Learning Community- Provides nonclinical peer-run mental health support and activities for persons living with mental health issues ages 18 and above (English/Spanish). For more information: 805-928-0139

Helping Hands of Lompoc-Provides nonclinical peer-run mental health support and activities for persons living with mental health issues ages 18 and above. (English/Spanish). For more information: 805-819-0460

Partners in Hope (Lompoc and Santa Maria) Provides support groups and education to family members with loved ones living with mental illness. (English/Spanish) Zandra Alfaro-Olea – Lompoc and Surrounding Areas (Se habla Español) 805-458-5487. Maria Perez - Santa Maria and Surrounding Areas (Se habla Español) 805-441-3325

Youth Family Services - The Family Support Specialist works as a team with the families and caregivers of minor children who have emotional and behavioral problems. Family Support Specialists provide support, information, and referrals necessary to improve the quality of life for families and their children (English/Spanish). For more information: 805-540-6571

Virtual Family Support Groups - Northern Santa Barbara County: 805-540-6571
This is a chance to meet others dealing with challenges similar to your own. An opportunity to share and connect in a safe, openhearted environment. Our goal is to provide you with emotional and practical support and provide helpful resources and coping tips.

  • English Adult - for those seeking support who have a loved one over the age of 18
  • Spanish Adult - para quienes buscan apoyo y tienen un ser querido mayor de 18 años

Workshops & Training: Mental Health First Aid, NAMI Peer to Peer class, and more.

Additional Clinical Services require a referral from SB County Dept. of Behavioral Wellness or SLO County Behavioral Health Services.

Levels of Care
prevention & wellness, treatment & intervention (mild to moderate), treatment & intervention (moderate to severe), advocacy
Counseling Services
therapists, AMFT (Associate therapist intern), peer to peer
Therapeutic Specialties
support groups
Targeted Youth Populations
transitional age youth (TAY)
Wellness Programs for Youth
education, workshops, groups, other
Parent & Caregiver Resources
support groups, education & workshops
Resource & Referral Support
family/health advocate or resource navigator, community health educators
Waiting List
Services for undocumented Individuals provided?
Fee for Services
FREE services.
784 High Street, San Luis Obispo, CA
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