I’l be blunt. I wouldn’t bother taking the MCAT because right now your GPA will keep you out of medical school–both allopathic (MD) and osteopathic (DO).
Does your current GPA include your original grades in chem & physics? Both AMCAS and AACOMAS do not allow grade replacement even if your college does. What is your GPA and sGPA with all your college grades (original & retaken) ?
Your only hope for med school is an intensive post-bacc program to improve your GPA. You need to take 8-12 courses of upper level BCPM classes, ace them all, then score high on the MCAT if you want medical schools to take your application seriously. Ideally, you should do your post-bacc at a SMP (Special Master’s Program) but your current GPA is probably too low to get admitted to one.
If you are not currently & consistently acing your upper level science (BCPM) classes, I’d consider finding another career path.
BCPM=biology, chemistry, physics, math
If you want to pursue something in the mental health field–
psychiatric social worker --requires a MSW + supervised internship + licensing exam
community health worker
licensed professional counselor (LPC/LCPC/LMHC)–requires a master’s degree + supervised internship + licensing exam
Also if you’d consider earning a nursing degree (and there are fast track BA–>BSN programs), you could work a a psychiatric nurse.
State agencies (think child welfare offices) will hire BA degreed individuals to serve as case workers/case managers for mental healthcare issues. (Some states may require additional training or education.)
To get a broader view of other healthcare-related professions, this website is very helpful—https://explorehealthcareers.org