Marin's Suicide Prevention Survey

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Dear District 4 Residents & Friends:

Since joining the Marin Board of Supervisor, I have been advocating for enhanced mental health services for our community. Since then, we have implemented a Laura’s Law Pilot Program and we continue to assess how to better serve our community. Marin County Health and Human Services is partnering with the Marin County Office of Education to better understand how suicide affects our community. I extend an opportunity to you all to take part in this community survey to help us understand how this issue affects you.

The purpose of Marin County’s suicide prevention survey is to get your opinion on the issue of suicide. And determine what prevention efforts work best for you and your community.  The Marin County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Department (BHRS) will use the results of this survey to help create a county-wide suicide prevention strategic plan. By taking this 5-10 minute survey, you will be playing an important role in supporting our residents of Marin County.

All responses are anonymous and please know that your opinion is important. The survey will be available until February 25. If you would like to learn more about the Suicide Prevention Strategic Plan and the work of BHRS in collaboration with the Marin County Public Health Department and Marin County Office of Education, please visit 

I would like to provide you with a list of contacts for your reference:

  • Youth and Family Counseling at North Marin Community Services at (415) 892-1643, ext 239. For more information:
  • Marin County Mobile Crisis Response Team 7-Days a week, 1pm-9om, at (415) 473-6392. They also provide after-hours support through Psychiatric Emergency Services at (415) 473-6666.
  • 24-Hour Marin County Peer Support hotlines provides emotional support at 1 (855) 845-7415.
  • Marin County Mental Health Access and Assessment Line: 1(888) 818-1115.
  • Marin General Psychiatric Emergency Services: (415) 473-6666.
  • Kaiser San Rafael Psychiatry: (415) 491-3000
  • Huckleberry Youth Programs Counseling (sliding scale): (415) 621-2929
  • Crisis Text Line: Text ‘BAY’ to 741741
  • Marin Suicide Prevention and Crisis Hotline: (415) 499-1100
  • California Youth Crisis Line: 1(800) 843-5200


As always, my office is here to be of service to you all. Do not hesitate to contact me or my staff for any questions or concerns you may have.


Dennis Rodoni, District 4

Marin County Board of Supervisors