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Are you or someone you know in crisis?

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I feel

low
afraid
worried
worthless
empty

yet I am

We know it takes courage to ask for help.

We are the SafeSpace you might need. A place where you can be heard and really seen, not judged. A place where you know you are not alone. You are respected for who you are. It takes huge courage to reach out, and that’s why we created this SafeSpace for you.

Welcoming, accepting, supportive, safe.

SafeSpace Center Services

We’re all about you — youth aged 12 to 26. We share the same goals. To help you thrive and emotionally connect with your family, friends, and life. That’s why we’re approaching mental health challenges in a whole new way. No judgment. No stigma. Just help and support you can trust. We’re developing youth-inspired-and-created centers in your community, programs that provide early access to support services, awareness of mental health challenges and greater community engagement, including school programs.

SafeSpace Menlo Park Center is comprised of the following three locations. 708 Oak Grove Ave is our Community Engagement Center. 1162 and 1166 El Camino Real offer clinical services through our affiliate partner BACA.

Clinical Services

Powered by our affiliate partner BACA 

We’ll get you or your loved one back on track. Help find your way out of hardship. We’ve teamed up with the Bay Area Clinical Associates (BACA), to offer clinical therapeutic services, family therapy, and intensive outpatient programs. Know this: You and your family aren’t alone, and don’t need to struggle anymore.

Help Channels

For Family and Friends

Anyone can experience mental health problems. Friends and family can make all the difference in a person’s recovery process. Supporting a Friend or Family Member with Mental Health Problems You can help your friend or family member by recognizing the signs of mental health problems and connecting them to professional help. Talking to friends and family about…

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For Parents and Caregivers

As a parent or caregiver, you want the best for your children or other dependents. You may be concerned or have questions about certain behaviors they exhibit and how to ensure they get help. What to Look For It is important to be aware of warning signs that your child may be struggling. You can play…

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For Young People Looking for Help

Mental health problems don’t only affect adults. Children, teens and young adults can have mental health problems, too. In fact, three out of four people with mental health problems showed signs before they were 24 years old. If you’re thinking about harming yourself get help immediately. You can call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1.800.273.TALK (8255).…

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News & Press

SEPTEMBER 2017

The Almanac

Youth mental health nonprofit expands services

MAY 2017

Gentry

Sanctuary. Touched by tragedy, two Bay Area women create a safe haven for troubled teens.

APRIL 2017

Mercury News

Teen Wellness Center Opens Doors

Upcoming SafeSpace Events

Nov. 14

Menlo School Mental Health/ SafeSpace  Panel Discussion. Open to Menlo Students and Faculty.

Nov. 15

Just listen: Youth Voices Speaks about Mental Wellness: A  Sacred Heart Prep/SafeSpace Teen Panel , 6-8 pm open to Sacred Heart and St. Joseph's  parents and students

Nov. 16 - 19

Menlo School Drama Production, Heathers. Post-show discussion with Menlo School SafeSpace Youth Advisors and the Crisis Text Line. Open to all.

Partners

Our Menlo Park Therapy Center

Therapeutic services provided through our affiliate partner BACA (Bay Area Clinical Associates).

Address: 1162 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Phone: 650.304.3906

Community Engagement Center

Offering peer to peer support groups, educational services, and community outreach.

Address: 708 Oak Grove Ave, Menlo Park, CA
Phone: 650.714.4417