Emergency Phone Numbers24-hr Crisis Lines: 855.278.4204 (Santa Clara) | 650.579.0350 (San Mateo) | 415.781.0500 (San Francisco) | 800.273.8255 or Text BAY to 741-741 (National)

In the wake of all the upsetting daily news,
please remember CHC is here for you and your family.

help@chconline.org or 650.688.3625

Programs

We invite you to call our Care Managers at 650.688.3625 or email us at caremanager@chconline.org for more information about our specialized therapy programs.

Executive Functioning Back to School Boot Camp

Executive Functioning Back to School Boot Camp

Small group instruction for middle school & high school students to teach executive function skills needed to thrive at school, at home and in life. Led by CHC’s Executive Function coaches, this eight-week course will guide you through the start of school and help you become a more efficient learner and thinker.

Teen Therapy Services

Teen Therapy Services

The Center offers an array of affordable teen therapy services that include individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy and psychiatry services. Please call 650.688.3625 to schedule an appointment or email help@chconline.org. Care Managers can help with information about our sliding scale and payment options.

The Glen Elliott ADHD Program

The Glen Elliott ADHD Program

In this program, your child will work with a team of experts in ADHD and how to treat it. The program offers consultation, evaluation, medication management, coaching, school visits and parent education.

ESPA: Early Support Program for Autism. Children’s Health Council and Stanford Children’s Health

Early Support Program for Autism

This is a joint program with Stanford and the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital to provide free services.

The Ravenswood Initiative

This is a powerful direction being taken by CHC. Our staff is working with Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula, Ravenswood School District and Eastside Prep providing a range of services from teacher and parent education and coaching to evaluations for children who need them.

Teen Mental Health Committee

Teen Mental Health Committee

The Teen Mental Health Committee is a group of student mental health advocates from public and independent high schools in the area who have committed to voice their ideas, develop solutions and take collective action on issues related to teen mental health. Participants may earn credit for community service hours. Contact Christine Wang to learn about membership. The Committee meets at CHC in the evening on a monthly basis.