Our staff is bilingual and bicultural in:

  • Cantonese
  • Japanese
  • Khmer
  • Korean
  • Mandarin
  • Mien
  • Vietnamese
  • English.


310 8th Street, Suite 201, Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: (510) 735-3900
Monday through Friday – 9am – 12pm | 1pm – 5pm

Asian Health Services Specialty Mental Health Program provides: prevention, early intervention, and treatment services for people with mental health conditions. We serve children, youth, adults and older adults of Alameda County. Our staff are bilingual and bicultural in Cantonese, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Mandarin, Mien, Vietnamese, and English.

Location: at 310 8th St., Suite 210, Oakland, CA 94607

Please call 510-735-3900

Prevention and Early Intervention Services:

The service model embraces a preventative approach that engages individuals before the development of mental illness, as well as providing services to intervene early to reduce negative mental health symptoms so as to reduce prolonged suffering. Services include: community outreach events and workshops, client and community leader’s consultation, preventative counseling and support groups. 


Specialty Mental Health Treatment Services:

Treatment services includes: individual, family therapy, group counseling, case management, and psychiatric care for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults.

Asian Health Services ACCESS Mental Health Services and Referrals:

Asian Health Services ACCESS program is available to all residents of Alameda County seeking specialty mental health services. The phone line offers mental health services and referrals in multi Asian languages. 


To speak with a mental health professional for specialty mental health services and referrals:

Please call our Asian Health Services ACCESS Line at 510-735-3939.

Clinical Internship/Training program:  

The program provides internship/training experience in a integrated community-based mental health setting that provides services to consumers of all ages. A supportive learning environment with seasoned professionals provides a unique learning opportunity to acquire skills in many facets of community mental health care. Interns and trainees will work as part of a integrated team and gain experience in: individual therapy, group therapy, cases management services, and crisis interventions.   

Please see our flyer for more information: Download the PDF


After Hours Services for AHS Specialty Mental Health patients:

Monday through Friday, Between the hours of 5pm-9am
Weekends available 24/7
AHS After Hours Phone Number: 415-750-6788

Tell them the following:

  1. You are a SMH client
  2. Your name
  3. Your AHS patient ID number or birth date
  4. Your phone number
  5. Reason you are calling and the name of your mental health counselor