A community-based organization providing emotional and mental health support to youth through peer-based education, national hotline, community outreach, and online support.
Telephone Crisis Center integrating mental health and crisis intervention agencies in Northern California. SFSP provides continuous care and services for people in suicide crisis and emotional distress.
A 24/7 statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. Professionally trained staff and volunteer counselors assisting with crisis intervention and resource referrals within the local community.
The Contra Costa Crisis Center provides grief support, homeless services, mobile crisis response teams, specialized training, family support, etc. They guide people through a crisis with cultural sensitivity.
Help Me Grow provides free services focuses on babies, and young children age 5 or under, for early detection, referral, and treatment for developmental or behavioral concerns.
Intervention and suicide prevention services for the LGBTQ community. Online Chat support can be found on The Trevor Project website.
A grassroots organization providing educational resources, training opportunities, support networks and referrals. Offers a 24/7 Crisis textline and hotline, connecting people in need of mental health support with trained crisis counselors.
National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse. 24/7 phone hotline, text-line, and online chat.
A 24/7 text service that connects people in need of mental health support with trained crisis counselors.
Crisis resolution services, urgent care, and hotlines within the Los Angeles area. The Department of Mental Health LA offers six, 23-hour clinics located throughout the county providing crisis stabilization and links to ongoing services.