Native American & Indigenous Community Resources
SCBH has compiled various local resources to meet the needs of the Native American Indigenous community and information to better understand mental health disparities impacting this community.

Tribal TANF Solano
The local office helps families achieve self-sufficiency through educational training, career and employment opportunities, as well as various supported services and program with temporary financial assistance. To learn more about the services and support the Solano TANF office provides, please call (707) 421-8379.

Native Hope
Native Hope exists to address the injustice done to Native Americans and is intended to dismantle barriers through storytelling and impactful programs to bring healing and inspire hope. Click here to learn more about their work and podcasts.

National Indian Health Board - Tribal Resources
Click here to review a list of National Tribal-Specific/Tribal support organization, programs, and resources dedicated to the health and well-being of Tribal citizens. 

American Indian & Alaska Native Culture Card
Please click on the icon below to view, download or print the American Indian & Alaska Native (AI-AN) Culture Card. This resource from SAMHSA contains a wealth of information about regional and cultural differences, cultural customs, spirituality, communication styles, health and wellness challenges specific to these communities, and self-awareness and etiquette tips to enhance our cultural awareness and support our interactions with the AI/AN community. 


SCBH Access Line: To request mental health or substance use services, please call (800) 547-0495 and a mental health clinician will conduct a screening and assist you in getting linked to appropriate services. 

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 24/7 suicide prevention hotline staffed by crisis specialists call or text 988

Crisis Text Line: 24/7 suicide prevention texting crisis service staffed by crisis specialists. Text "HOME" to 741741

American Psychiatric Association: In order to learn more about mental health disparities experienced by the Native American community please visit

Behavioral Health Virtual Services Platform
The California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) recently launched two free online behavioral health service platforms which are available for all California children, youth and young adults regardless of insurance coverage or immigration status. These platforms offer free one-on-one support with live coaches, a library of multimedia resources, wellness exercises, and peer communities monitored by trained behavioral health professionals.

  • BrightLife Kids, available for download on iOS devices in the Apple App Store, is for kids 0-12 years old and their parents or caregivers.
  • Soluna, available for download in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, is for teens and young adults ages 13-25

Both apps have been designed with input from more than 1,000 young people, caregivers, and professionals in the field and complement existing services offered by health plans, counties and schools. Both apps have strict privacy and confidentiality requirements, are monitored by trained professionals, have licensed behavioral health professionals on standby to intervene if clinically appropriate, and can connect users to crisis or emergency services when needed. Please click on the app names above for more information. 

Health Disparities in the U.S.
Please click the following link for more information about
Support and Resources for Addressing Health Inequity and Inequality in the US. This resource contains information about inequities currently being faced by many communities in the U.S. health care system and outlines efforts and strategies for addressing these inequities.