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Mobile Evaluation Team

The Mobile Evaluation Team (MET), a newly created unit, is a partnership between the Fremont Police Department and Alameda County Behavioral Health. The program partners a uniformed Fremont police officer with a licensed mental health clinician.  The overarching goals of MET is to provide a more comprehensive response to calls for service involving community members going through a mental health crisis and to be a resource for community members struggling with mental illness, as well as their care givers and loved ones.  Currently two sworn Fremont police officers and one police sergeant is assigned to the unit.  We hope to have the mental health clinicians on board by fall of 2017.  


Crisis response, information and referral for anyone in Alameda County 1-800-491-9099

Asian Language (510) 869-7200

Spanish Language (510) 881-5921

Deaf and Hard of Hearing (510) 225-7013 or (510) 984-16545 video phone

Nationwide Hotline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Crisis Support Information

Alameda County Behavioral Health 

Resources in the City of Fremont for the Homeless/Hungry 

Sgt. Paul McCormick
MET Team Sergeant

(510) 790-6914