This collection of links contains useful information about a variety of health services available in the County of Marin.
Anubhuti Meditation & Retreat Center
We offer weekend residential retreats, workshops, one day retreats, and weekly classes in spiritual awareness, meditation and the practical application of spirituality.
Blind and Vision Impaired of Marin, Inc.
We have six support groups throughout the County, including one for Spanish speaking members. We also have Art classes, Talking Book Clubs, outings and a monthly luncheon meeting with entertainment. Braille classes are being developed.
CHADD of Marin
Marin branch of CHADD (www.chadd.org) providing support, education and advocacy for families, children, teens and adults affected by AD/HD (attention deficits).
Coalition to coordinate county-wide protocols for educating, reporting and treating concussions among Marin's student athletes, including user-friendly information about concussions, treatment options, videos and online training courses for students, parents, coaches and schools.
Eating Disorder Recovery Support, Inc.
Eating Disorder Recovery Support, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting community awareness of eating disorders as well as professional education and collaboration, with the overall goal of supporting individuals and families on their path to healing and recovery from an eating disorder.
Echo Rock Therapy Center
Breakthrough LENS neurofeedback "brain reboot" for ADHD, memory, migraines, anxiety, depression, addictions, stroke, and just plain easier thinking.
Golden Gate Center for Spiritual Living
The Golden Gate Center for Spiritual Living is an inclusive, loving community that practices and teaches practical spiritual tools for everyday life; we believe that everything is an expression of God.
Health Council of Marin
The Council advises the Board of Supervisors and the Marin County Department of Health and Human Services on health issues, to advocate for the development of resources to assure quality and accessible health care.
Responsible for the overall planning, program development and coordination
HomeCARES Equipment Recyclers
HomeCARES is a locally run, nonprofit that collects durable medical equipment and gives it to individuals in need. Please call for more information
Lifehouse (formerly MARC)
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities and their families in Marin, Sonoma and San Francisco Counties.
Providing spiritual support for those faced with a life-threatening illness, their family, and other caregivers.Three programs offered free of charge. Services include:one-to-one support,in-home facilitation, educational information, Marin referrals.
Marin County Fellowship of Narcotics Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem - we are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
Marin County Psychological Association
Local chapter of the California Psychological Association that can provide free speakers for your organization on topics such as Mind-Body Health, How to Cope with Disasters, Stress Reduction, Parenting, Anxiety, Depression or Coping with Transitions or help you find a psychologist to meet your treatment needs.
Provides employment, vocational skills training, community integration, occupational therapy, Art, and independent living skills training services to adults with developmental disabilities.
Therapists in this unit of the Juvenile Division offer counseling in those cases in which mental health is determined to be an issue for either the family and/or the child.
Overeater's Anonymous is a 12 Step program for those suffering from compulsive eating, bulimia and anorexia.
Public Health Lab
Provides medical testing and is a reference lab for local hospitals.
Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery
Nonprofit, post-acute therapeutic center offering services designed to help brain injury survivors and their families rebuild their lives, including on-site services, support groups, resource referral assistance, concussion education and educational presentations for medical professionals and the community.
Tamalpa Institute offers classes and workshops for the public throughout the year and a comprehensive training program in movement-based expressive arts education and therapy for people who wish to incorporate embodied creativity through the arts into their personal lives and professional practices.
The Body Positive
The Body Positive's mission is to implement educational programs that transform individual and societal beliefs about weight, body image, and identity.
The Children’s Tree House
We serve families with children or parents who are deaf/hard of hearing as well as the children's schools.
The Marin Institute - Preventing Alcohol Problems
The Marin Institute works to reduce alcohol problems through environmental prevention - improving our physical and social environment to advance public health and safety. The Marin Institute promotes effective alcohol policy, conducts media advocacy, and supports grassroots campaigns in Marin County, California and nationwide.
The National Alopecia Areata Foundation
Supports research to find a cure or acceptable treatment for alopecia areata, to support those with the disease, and to educate the public about alopecia areata, a mystifying autoimmune disease causing one's hair to fall out.
To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation
A non-profit fundraising organization that reaches out to enrich the lives of women and men living with breast cancer in Marin County and adjacent Bay Area communities.
Wellify Teen is dedicated to helping parents of teens struggling with mental health challenges and provide online support through resources including screening, education and where to find help in Marin County.
West Coast Post-trauma Retreat
5-day residential treatment program for emergency responders (police, fire, medics, etc) suffering from work related stress issues and life management difficulties effecting their professional and personal lives.
Zero Breast Cancer
Zero Breast Cancer is a non-profit organization founded in 1995 with the mission to find the causes of breast cancer through community participation in the research process.