Thank you, community members, for participating in the County of Santa Clara Mental Health and Substance Use Services Survey and Virtual Community Conversations. The Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services Department would like to especially thank the following organizations for their support:
Allcove / Alum Rock Union School District / Asian Americans for Community Involvement / Behavioral Health Contractors Association / Behavioral Health Urgent Care / Bill Wilson Center / CalWORKS Community Health Alliance / Cambrian School District / Caminar / Campbell Union High School District/ Campbell Union School District / Central Treatment and Recovery / Central Wellness and Benefits Center / Collaborative Courts, Forensic Diversion and Reintegration-BHSD / Community Solutions / County Behavioral Health Services Department Teams (Access / Unplanned Services, Administrative Services, Children Youth & Families, Finance; and Adult/Older Adult) / County of Santa Clara Probation Department – Juvenile Hall / Cultural Communities Wellness Program / Downtown Behavioral Health / East San Jose Public Library / East Side Union High School District / Evans Lane Wellness & Recovery Center / Forensic Diversion and Reintegration - BHSD / Franklin McKinley School District / Fremont Union High School District / Gardner Health Services, Ethnic Wellness Center / Gilroy Senior Center / Gilroy Unified School District / Indian Health Center / Josefa Chaboya de Narvaez Behavioral Health / Lived Experience Advisory Board Silicon Valley (LEABSV) / Loma Preita School District / Los Altos Union School District / Los Gatos Union School District / Luther Burbank School District / Mekong Community Center / Mexican Consulate / Milpitas Unified School District / Momentum for Health / Moreland School District / Morgan Hill Unified School District / Mothers against Murder / Mount Pleasant Elementary School District / Mountain View Los Altos School District / Mountain View Whisman School District / Muslim Center / Muslim Community Association, Mexican Consulate and the Re-entry Resource Center / National Alliance on Mental Illness-Santa Clara County The Office of LGBTQ+ Affairs / Oak Grove School District / Office of the Public Defender / Orchard School District / Palo Alto Unified School District / Probation / Project Safety Net / Q Corner / Re-entry Services / San Jose State University / San Jose Unified School District / Santa Clara County Office of Education / Silicon Valley Gurdwara / South County Behavioral Health / Stanford University School of Medicine / Telecare Muriel Wright Recovery Center / The LGBTQ Youth Space of Caminar / Ujima / Vietnamese American Service Center (VASC) / Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) of Silicon Valley.
Frequently Asked Questions:
The Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services Department (BHSD) is committed to community involvement and stakeholder input as a critical avenue to achieving wellness and recovery through comprehensive, well-planned programs and services. Only with community input can we meet the needs of diverse consumers/clients and their families. The purpose of the 2023 Santa Clara County Mental Health and Substance Use Survey is to understand the mental health and substance use service needs of a representative group of community members who live in Santa Clara County. Results of this survey will play a key role in creating improved and new mental health and substance use resources and supports in our community for future years.
The survey is anonymous and confidential. We do not collect any identifying information such as your name, your birthdate, your social security number, your address, or your IP address. Your responses will not be linked with your name and will not be identifiable.
The survey asks about demographic information such as gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or your city of residence in order to help the Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services Department determine the mental health and substance use service needs of different individuals and communities within the County. This information helps us to tailor resources and supports to the diverse needs of our community. Please note that you may opt out of providing this demographic information in the survey.
The survey results will be used to understand the mental health and substance use service needs of residents of Santa Clara County. Additionally, they will be used to create improved and new mental health and substance use resources and supports in our community. The results and findings of the survey will be shared on the Mental Health Services Act website (https://bhsd.sccgov.org/about-us/mental-health-services-act) in the Fall of 2023.