At San Ysidro Health, we provide patient-centered care that is dedicated to improving the mental health and well-being of our community.
Our behavioral health clinicians and team members are from the communities we serve and are well integrated within San Ysidro Health’s primary care clinics. This means that you can access local, convenient care with a provider that you can trust.
Working within the model of whole person care, behavioral health services address patients’ mental health concerns. Untreated mental health disorders can lead to poor quality of life, disrupt how you function on a daily basis, and negatively impact your recovery from medical illnesses.
At San Ysidro Health, we can help you with conditions such as:
To address these issues, we offer the following services:
To schedule an appointment with a behavioral health provider, click the Make an Appointment button at the top of the page.
If you need emergency mental health help, please use the resources listed below.
San Ysidro Health also offers several specialty clinics that address specific behavioral health needs. Please see the list below.
Psychiatric Emergency Response Teams (PERT) and Mobile Crisis Response Teams (MCRT) may assist law enforcement and other agencies in addressing non-violent behavioral health crises.
To learn more about these resources, visit the San Diego County website by using the link here.
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San Ysidro Health patients enjoy access to comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health services, as well as support services and programs that help with other needs like food, housing, and health education. Our providers and care teams are committed to producing the best possible results for patients, while giving them the tools to take an active role in their health and well-being. We are proud that over 109,000 people across San Diego County have chosen San Ysidro Health as their medical home.