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

Solano Pride Center
A non-profit organization that provides advocacy and support for the local LGBTQ+ community in Solano County. Services include community trainings to raise awareness and combat stigma and discrimination, support groups and social activities and brief counseling for the LGBTQ+ community. Solano Pride Center was a key partner with SCBH as one of three CBO organizations carrying out the Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Cultural Transformation Model (ICCTM) Innovation project representing the LGBTQ+ community. While the ICCTM Project has ended SCBH continues to partner with Solano Pride Center and the community to implement strategies identified through the ICCTM Project to improve access for LGBTQ+ community. To learn more about the services and support Solano Pride Center provides, please call (707) 207-3430 or visit their website by clicking

Solano AIDS Coalition 

This community based organization that networks with the community to provide goods and support to those affected by HIV/AIDS. To learn more about the services and support Solano Aids Coalition provides, please call (707) 450-5861 or visit their website by clicking here.

Solano Serenity Center
This corporation operates as an educational resource center and a safe haven for those who identify as LGBTQ in Solano, Napa and surrounding counties. To learn more about the support Solano Serenity Center provides, please visit their Facebook page

The Gender Health Center (GHC)
A Sacramento non-profit focused on providing and accessible therapy and counseling program for the gender variant community. To learn more about the services and support the GHC provides, please call (916) 455-2391 or visit their website by clicking here

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. 

National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center - A Program of the Fenway Institute

The National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center aims to advance health equity and improve the quality of care for LGBTQIA+ people by providing training and technical assistance to health care providers and staff across the globe. Please use the links below to access some of the center's learning resources available online:

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

The Trevor Project
: Crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ+ youth under 25.
TrevorLifeline: (866) 488-7386 available 24/7/365 or
TrevorTextLine: Text START to 678678 Mon-Fri, 12pm-7pm

The Trans Lifeline
: Peer support, crisis and suicide prevention hotline for the trans community, available 7am-1am (877) 565-8860.

American Psychiatric Association
: In order to learn more about mental health disparities experienced by the LGBTQ+ 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.