In celebration of Women’s History Month, we invited all StarVista staff to share their role models with us as we celebrated women who inspire us every day.
Get an in-depth look into StarVista’s programs and learn more about our role in strengthening the mental health and well-being of San Mateo County.
StarVista’s Communtiy Wellness and Crisis Response Team (CWCRT) partnership with San Mateo Police Department featured in the San Mateo Daily Jorunal.
I am pleased to share StarVista’s Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Center has officially launched its Youth Stabilization, Opportunity, and Support (S.O.S.) Team in partnership with San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS).
On Wednesday, March 23, 2022, The City of San Mateo hosted a Real Talk San Mateo episode where the community joined for an update on this initiative.
Press Release: StarVista in Partnership with Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Launches New Specialized Mobile Crisis Response Service for Youth
StarVista in Partnership with Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Launches New Specialized Mobile Crisis Response Service for Youth.StarVista, a nonprofit that delivers high-impact services through counseling, skill development, and crisis prevention to children, youth, adults, and families in San Mateo County, is launching its Youth Stabilization, Opportunity, and Support (S.O.S.) Team, a specialized mobile crisis response service for youth ages 0-25 years old. The program is funded by the local Mental Health Services Act and General State Funds.
Menlo Park-Atherton Education Foundation launches 2022 Fund-a-Need campaign to support student mental health initiatives
StarVista partnership recognized in InMenlo article discussing MPAEF’s Fund-A-Need drive.
StarVista’s Community Wellness and Crisis Response Team featured on Climate Redwood City.
Join us in celebrating Clarise Blanchard, an influential figure at StarVista and in San Mateo County.