Ohana campus

Where Hope Grows

At Montage Health, we believe emotionally healthy children can take on the world. That’s why we created Ohana — Monterey County’s transformative mental health program for kids, teens, and parents. With an innovative campus designed to heal — from open space, to classes, activities, therapy, and resources for families, we’re building mental fitness and planting seeds of hope.

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Need Help Now?

24/7 Crisis Support

If you or someone you care about has suicidal thoughts or experiences a mental health crisis.

Supportive Resources

Learn more about how to cope with mental health challenges.

Contact Ohana

Call (831) OHANA01 | (831) 642-6201

Monday – Thursday: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Ohana News and Wellness

Ohana Classes and Events

  • Feb
    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    This workshop helps parents and community members who live or work with 0–2-year-olds develop a resilient growth mindset to overcome challenges and learn from them.
  • Feb
    10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    This workshop aims to support new parents as they navigate mental health shifts that might occur during the postpartum period. Learn how to prepare for potential challenges including sleep deprivation, an influx of hormones, unexpected breastfeeding obstacles, and changes that could occur in personal relationships.
  • Feb
    4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    This workshop aims to bring insight into mood shifts during pregnancy and provide steps on taking initiative toward building strong mental fitness. We will briefly discuss the mental health of new parents after having a baby.
  • Feb
    5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    This workshop helps parents and community members who live or work with 12–18-year-olds learn healthy habits to foster a resilient teen, ways to adapt to and accept their changes, and skills to communicate more effectively.

Healing the Ohana Way

Warmth. Harmony. Calm reflection. Healing energy. We designed our innovative program and campus to integrate the restorative benefits of medicine, nature, and art — for our patients, their loved ones, and our community.

Explore Montage Health's Art Program

Shown: Liz Hickok (born 1974), Cycles of Regeneration, 2021. Archival Pigment Print with augmented reality interface, 26 11/16 x 48 in. Made possible by The Maurine Church Coburn Endowment Fund, 2022. ©Liz Hickok

Liz Hickok, Cycle of Regeneration, 2021