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AXIS BRIDGE - MENTAL HEALTH URGENT CARE

Mental Health Urgent Care – Opening in July 2021

What is Axis Bridge?

Axis Bridge is an innovative mental health urgent care service that will provide rapid access to mental health treatment.  

Who can use Axis Bridge?

The service will be available for residents of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton regardless of insurance type or lack of insurance.  The program offers services for individuals, families and anyone who is impacted by mental health concerns.

How much does this service cost?

Axis Bridge services will be free to residents of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton.

Who are the care providers and what is offered?

The Axis Bridge care team will include a licensed therapist, a care coordinator and a psychiatrist (for adult patients).  Individuals and/or their families will receive:

      • Timely access to immediate, short-term treatment
      • Guidance in navigating the mental health treatment system
      • Assistance and support in locating longer-term treatment 
      • Help in preventing an escalation of symptoms

 

Axis Bridge will be an outpatient service and will be provided on a voluntary basis.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

How will services be accessed?

When Axis Bridge opens in July, services will be provided via telehealth.  In-person services will be offered as soon as COVID-19 health emergency conditions permit. A direct phone number for Axis Bridge will be available beginning July 1 to access services.

Axis Bridge project support:

Axis Bridge services are made possible by generous support from the Cities of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton and Alameda County Behavioral Health Services.

Does Axis offer mental health services now? 

Axis presently offers regular counseling services for individuals, couples, and families.  Additional information can be found HERE.

Please note that if you have an urgent behavioral health emergency when our office is closed, you should dial 911 or the Alameda County Crisis Link at (800) 309-2131.