Resource Directory

Community Connections
Resource Directory on San Joaquin County Programs.
209 954-5151 ext 6209


Astoria Gardens
Assisted living and memory care with educational seminars and support groups.

Asthma and Diabetes

St. Joseph’s Medical Center
Health Education classes on: Asthma and Diabetes Management.
Nutrition Studio and Diabetes Care Center
Offers diabetes classes and weignt loss classes.


Tracy Cancer Support Services
Provides individuals with cancer as well as their friends and family members with support from others experiencing similar feelings.
St. Joseph’s Medical Center

Health Education classes on: Asthma and Diabetes Management.
American Cancer Society
Provides support to cancer Patients and their families at no direct cost to patients and the people who care for them. 209-941-2676
St. Joseph’s Regional Cancer Center
Provides cancer support groups for patients and families dealing with cancer.

Mental Health

El Concilio – Council for the Spanish Speaking
Offers adults mental health assessments and individual/group counseling. 209-444-8910
NAMI of San Joaquin
Personal and mutual support for families in times of crisis, including information and referral services.
San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services
24-Hour Crisis Intervention and psyvhiatric emergency services to qualifying individuals.
Transcultural Clinic (TCC)
Mental health outpatient clinic for the Southeast Asian Coummunity.

Heart Disease

Hearts of Harvest
For families with children with congenital heart defects. Emotional support and resources are offered.
Children’s Heart Fund (CHF) Family Network
Support group for families with children with congenital heart defects.

Substance Abuse

Alano Club of Stockton, Inc.
Social club activities without alcohol or drugs.
Alcohol and Drug Alternative Program (ADAP)
Monitoring and education program for the courts. Court ordered only.
Delta Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Has information on meetings, times and places for AA in the area.
209-464-1594 Hotline
Family Ties
Six month residential treatment program for pregnant or parenting women.
Gospel Center Rescue Mission
Residential lodging to families and individuals on an emergency basis.
Narcotics Anonymous Support Group
Outpatient alcohol and drug services for adult men and women.
209-464-9262 Helpline
Native Directions, Inc.
Adult Native-American substance abusing males and families. Inpatient for Native American men only.
New Beginnings Recovery Ministries
Outpatient alcohol and drug services for adult men and women.
San Joaquin County Office of Substance AbuseObjective to reduce alcohol and drug abuse in the County. Counseling line.
209-468-3800 or 209-468-9600 Intake/Assessment
Stocktonians Taking Action to Neutralize Drugs (STAND)
Grassroots organization dedicated to the elimination of drug abuse in our community.ounty Office of Substance Abuse.
Provides intensive outpatient counseling which includes Employment Reentry training with “Ownership Life Skills & Recovery Programs.
Adult Day Services Center
Designed for individuals who are coping with the struggles associated with aging parents.
Al-Anon is a support group for family and friends of alcoholics. Ala-Teen is a support group for family and friends of alcoholics.
Century Assembly
Support group for anyone with a drug, alcohol or life-controlling crisis.

Cocaine Anonymous
Fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others.


Planned Parenthood Mar Monte
Family planning information and education, diagnosis and treatment of STDs, birth contral exams, etc.
209-477-4103 North Stockton Clinic, 209-473-8982 Education Dept., 209-466-2081 Clinic-Eastland Plaza
San Joaquin AIDS Foundation
Provides free and anonymous HIV/AIDS testing and support groups.
Facts of Life Line
Provides free, anonymous and confidential ansers to questions about sex, birth contral, pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

Posted on October 29th, 2014 and last modified on September 1st, 2022.