What We Do

At Mental Wellness Center, we believe that there is no one-size-fits all solution to alleviating your mental health challenges and concerns.

Our professional staff, peer specialists, and family advocates will work with you and/or your family member at your pace, accommodating how you want to move toward your own wellness.

We’re here to support you in a variety of ways through one of our many programs and services. We encourage you to check out the information below to get started. Even the smallest step – like gathering information or reaching out for help – can be the beginning of a real, positive difference in your life or in that of your loved one.

These support, education, and wellness programs are here for you to take care of yourself and your family. To learn more about what might be right for you, call Julieta Silva at 805-884-3286.

The Fellowship Club

The Fellowship Club of Santa Barbara welcomes adults living with mental health challenges, no matter where they are on their wellness and recovery journey. As peers in wellness and recovery themselves, the unique staff are available to offer a listening ear and warm smile.

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Community Wellness Programs

A range of wellness and recovery activities – support groups, music, drumming, movement, art, mindfulness, and more – are available to the entire community, weekday afternoons and evenings and are free of charge.

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Mental Health Education

By providing comprehensive educational resources, we empower individuals and families to understand, cope with, and conquer mental health challenges. We believe that knowledge is the first step towards wellness and our programs encompass a wide spectrum of services.

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Housing & Residential Services

Seven different housing option consisting of over 100 beds, including adult residential board and care homes, affordable independent living, and Housing First facilities.

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NAMI SB Family Programs

Education and support groups for families contending with serious mental illness in a family member or loved one.

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“We don’t have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to.”

Brene Brown