Nemours provides information on mental and physical health awareness, aiming to teach youth how to navigate learning challenges throughout life, covering topics from mind and body exercises, depression, substance abuse, college prep, job locators, etc.
The CA Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies provide comprehensive community services to treat children with serious emotional disturbances, adults with severe mental illnesses and individuals facing substance use disorders.
Dedicated to serving at-risk populations, the California Alliance advocates and provides support for children and families, while advancing policy and services on their behalf.
Nonprofit offering crisis support, counseling, community resource referrals, and more for children and adults of any gender who are survivors of sexual assault, sexual abuse, sex trafficking, and/or sexual harassment. Serving Del Norte County.
CAPPS is a clinical research center at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Behavior, specializing in identifying, treating, and providing early intervention to young adults (ages of 12 and 30) with a high risk for developing psychotic disorders.
A strength-based comprehensive treatment program for youth and young adults experiencing a first episode of psychosis. Geared to empower, educate, build social skills, and foster independence in the recovery process.
Reach Out focuses on providing solutions, coping mechanisms, resources, and a community for youth, to guide individuals through tough times. Youth who have experienced similar situations share their stories to create awareness within the “Reach-Out Blog.”
Community based assistance to address mental health and suicide prevention within youth/teens/young adults. This organization creates public awareness through education, training, advocacy, and campaigns.
MHA of Los Angeles works to ensure that people with mental health needs achieve meaningful, healthy lives in their communities. MHALA provides a full range of services, including mental and medical health care, housing, wellness services, employment, educational and financial services, etc.
Mental Health San Francisco provides a place to talk for people not in crisis. A non-emergency support service for anyone in California seeking mental health support. Online chat available via website.