Growing Grounds

Nurturing People and Plants

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Bishop Street Studios

Build More Homes. Open More Doors. Fill More Hearts.

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Training Events

Check out our upcoming training events and forums.

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SLO Hotline (800) 783-0607

Make the call. Any time.

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Our Mission

A non-profit organization serving San Luis Obispo and North Santa Barbara Counties, Transitions-Mental Health Association is dedicated to eliminating stigma and promoting recovery and wellness for people with mental illness through work, housing, community and family support services.

Our Services

When individuals, family members and professionals work in partnership or care for a person as a whole, not just an illness, we take the first steps of recovery together.

Housing

 

We offer housing programs for individuals at every level of need, and assist our clients in creating and sustaining a home they can count on.

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Family Support

 

Our family programs provide compassionate, informed assistance for families, friends, and loved ones of persons they know or suspect have a mental illness.

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Work Programs

 

Our work programs help individuals with mental illness find and maintain employment while providing the support necessary to ensure success.

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Intensive Mental Health Services

 

We have a number of programs that provide our clients with 24/7 services, team-based response, case management and/or licensed clinical treatment.

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Community Programs

 

No one takes the journey alone. Our community programs provide multiple opportunities for peer gatherings, one-on-one mentoring and personal growth.

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SLO Hotline

 

SLO Hotline is a confidential mental health support, crisis and suicide prevention telephone line which also provides mental health resource information. We are here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Annual Events

Transitions-Mental Health Association hosts events and educational forums throughout the year including Journey of Hope, art shows, plant sales, bowl-a-thon and more!

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How to Help

Volunteer

 

Volunteers are always welcome in our programs. One or two hours of your time can make an enormous difference.

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Donate

 

Donations of money, service, vehicles or other needed items are both appreciated and vital to continuing the quality programs we provide.

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Planned Giving

 

Your support of mental wellness in our community can be a powerful, lasting legacy.

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Careers

Job applicants must complete a TMHA application on our website to be considered for interview.

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Stay in Touch

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