Cordilleras Mental Health Center
MHRC and The Suites
200 Edmonds Road
Redwood City, California 94062
Cordilleras Mental Health Rehabilitation Center (MHRC) houses two separate treatment programs for adults with chronic mental illness; a licensed 68-bed mental health rehabilitation center (MHRC) and a licensed 49-bed adult residential facility (ARF) called The Suites. Cordilleras primarily serves San Mateo County residents, 18 and older, with long histories of mental illness and multiple episodes of acute psychiatric hospitalization. The goal of Cordilleras is to allow individuals who would otherwise be in a state hospital or an acute care setting to develop the skills and supports needed to live more independently in the community. Cordilleras also offers treatment options for persons who have substance abuse issues in addition to a serious mental illness.
Population Served: Adults ages 18-59 with serious mental illness
Funded by: San Mateo County in California
Services and Supports
Cordilleras offers specialized services for persons who are dually-diagnosed. A multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals prepares a treatment plan with each individual. We provide training in community living and social skills plus various therapy and activity groups. Peer counselors also lead groups and offer support. Individual and group therapy, family support, and medication are integrated into other treatment modalities.
- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Individuals are referred through San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services.
- Must be a resident of San Mateo County in California
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must have a long history of mental illness and multiple episodes of acute psychiatric hospitalization
Contacting A Family Member
Family members can contact individuals at Cordilleras by calling the main number at (650) 367-1890 or by calling the following client phones.
- The Suites: (650) 365-1191 or (650) 365-1192
- MHRC: (650) 361-8051 or (650) 361-8064
What Makes Us Different
Cordilleras MHRC and Cordilleras Suites began as an alternative to state hospital care that would be closer to an individual's permanent residence in San Mateo County.
The goal of Cordilleras is to develop skills and supports needed to live more independently in the community.
Founded in 1965, Telecare is one of the nation's largest family - and employee-owned, providers of adult mental health services to county and state governments, and behavioral health organizations. With over 2,400 employees and over 60 programs in multiple states, Telecare provides a full range of services and supports to individuals with serious mental illness. Telecare delivers eight major categories of services, as well as innovative programs tailored to individuals with co-occurring issues such as homelessness, substance abuse, developmental disabilities, or involvement in the forensic system.
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