National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)

    1-888-628-9454 (En Español)

    1-800-799-4889 (TTY Service for Deaf & Hard of Hearing)
    This free, 24-hour hotline is available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. By calling, you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area.


    National Hopeline Network
    1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
    By calling, you’ll be connected to a certified crisis center nearest to your calling location.


    NAMI National's Helpline

    1-800-950-NAMI (1-800-950-6264)

    M - F, 10am - 6pm, ET

    Email info@nami.org

    Provides information on mental health conditions, treatment options, local support groups, services & programs, recovery strategies, and resource referrals. All crisis calls are transferred to a national crisis line or you can text "NAMI" to 741-741.



    Crisis Text Line
    Text HOME to 741-741
    A free, confidential, 24/7 support line for those in crisis in the U.S. Within minutes, a live trained crisis counselor will answer your text. It’s been instrumental in helping millions of people especially teens.


    Panic Disorder Info Hotline
    1-800-64-PANIC (1-800-647-2642)
    This is available to those in crisis, as well as those who are just seeking more information about the disorder. For many who experience panic attacks, it can be helpful to speak to someone who understands what they’re going through during an attack. The compassionate staff at the panic disorder hotline can provide information about what happens during an attack and provide tips to help get through the attack.


    Teen Line
    1-800-TLC-TEEN (1-800-852-8336) / 6pm - 10pm PST
    Text TEEN to 839863 / 6pm - 9pm PST
    A confidential teen-to-teen helpline that uses trained high school volunteers to help teen callers with any kind of problem. Service available in both the USA and Canada.


    CA Youth Crisis Line
    1-800-843-5200 (Text/Talk/Chat)
    Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as the statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis. It has access to more than 5,500 free or low-cost resources for youth and families across CA.


    The Trevor Project
    The only organization providing 24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth (ages 13-24).


    Trans Lifeline
    1-877-565-8860 (USA)

    1-877-330-6366 (Canada)

    A peer support hotline run by and for trans people. Available 7am-1am PST / 9am-3am CST / 10am-4am EST.



    ACCESS-LA County Helpline
    Department of Mental Health’s Emergency & Non-Emergency Helpline, available 24 hours / 7 days a week. Provides linkages to consumers to mental health services in the community & resources to consumers in crisis.


    Dial 2-1-1 (Toll-Free)
    A free, confidential referral and information service that connects people across the U.S. & in many parts of Canada to a specialist who will help you find the local resources you need. Available 24 hours / 7 days a week.


    7 Cups Of Tea
    An online emotional support service that connects those in need to a trained Active Listener by phone or chat. All connections are private and one-on-one.


    Project Return Warm Line
    1-888-448-4055 (Spanish)

    M - F, 5pm - 10pm & Sat, 11am - 4pm

    Los Angeles County’s first after-hours telephone line for individuals with mental health challenges and staffed entirely by peers with lived experience. They also provide referrals to services or organizations that are of interest, such as healthcare facilities, family planning agencies, shelters, self-help and support groups, and much more.



    LA Warmline
    1-855-952-WARM (1-855-952-9276)

    10pm - 6am

    A confidential overnight telephone support service in English & Spanish for anyone in Southern California who is struggling with loneliness, anxiety, substance use, mental health concerns, or needs information about available mental health services.


    NEDA Helpline

    National Eating Disorders Association


    M - Th, 9am-9pm ET & Fri, 9am-5pm ET

    Trained volunteers provide support, resources, and treatment options.



    Veterans Crisis Line
    1-800-273-8255 and Press 1.

    Para español, oprima 2.
    1-800-799-4889 (TTY Service for Deaf / Hard of Hearing)
    Send a text message to 838255
    Connects veterans in crisis, their families & friends with qualified, caring VA responders. Available 24 hours, 7 days a week, confidential.



    SAMHSA National Helpline
    1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357)

    A free, confidential, 24/7, 365 days a year treatment referral and information service in English & Spanish for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.



    Addiction Resource Rehab Helpline
    Treatment specialists help you find the best drug and alcohol rehab centers and programs! This is a free, national, 24/7 confidential helpline.


    Disaster Distress Helpline
    1-800-846-8517 (TTY for Deaf / Hard of Hearing)
    Text TALKWITHUS or HABLANOS to 66746
    A free, confidential, 24/7 helpline and text service that provides crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress (stress, anxiety, depression-like symptoms) related to natural or human-caused disasters. This service is available to all residents in the U.S. and its territories.


    National Domestic Violence Hotline
    1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233)

    1-800-787-3224 (TTY)

    A free and confidential hotline that's available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

    and provides lifesaving tools & immediate support to enable victims to find safety and live lives free of abuse. Callers can expect highly trained, experienced advocates to offer compassionate support, crisis intervention information and referral services in more than 200 languages.



    National Sexual Assault Hotline
    1-800-656-HOPE (1-800-656-4673)

    A free and confidential hotline that's available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Connects you with a trained support specialist from a sexual assault service provider in your area that can provide you with support, information, advice, resources, referrals, and a ranges of free services. Online chat is also available.




    NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
    The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to educating, advocating, supporting, and building better lives for the millions of individuals & families affected by mental illness.


    NAMI California

    A grassroots organization of families and individuals whose lives have been affected by serious mental illness. They advocate for lives of quality & respect, without discrimination & stigma, for all our constituents and provide leadership in advocacy, legislation, policy development, education and support throughout CA. Locate your local NAMI affiliate here.



    Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH)
    The largest county-operated mental health department in the United States whose mission is to enrich lives through partnership to strengthen the community’s capacity to support recovery and resiliency.


    Disability Rights California (DRC)
    Advocates, educates, investigates, and litigates to advance and protect the rights of Californians with disabilities.


    This campaign creates a community for teens and young adults struggling with mental health problems and encourages them to talk about what they’re experiencing by sharing their personal stories of recovery, tragedy, struggle or hope.


    Each Mind Matters
    California’s mental health movement with hundreds of organizations and millions of individuals working together.


    Mental Health America (MHA)
    Founded in 1909, it’s the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting the overall mental health of all Americans.


    Mental Health America of California


    Ensures that people of all ages, sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity, etc. who require mental health services and supports are able to live full and productive lives, receive the mental health services and other services that they need, and are not denied any other benefits, services, rights, or opportunities based on their need for mental health services.


    Know The Signs
    A statewide suicide prevention social marketing campaign built on three key messages: Know the signs. Find the words. Reach out.


    American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)
    A voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death. AFSP is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. ​


    Project Return Peer Support Network
    A non-profit peer run organization that promotes wellness, personal growth and self-determination for people who have experienced mental illness by providing social opportunities, education, and community involvement.


    Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
    It is their mission to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communties.


    Painted Brain
    Uses media and the arts to bridge community barriers and change the discussion about mental illness.



    Part of a movement to transform our mental health care system using art and community building to unite efforts to foster the empowerment of mental health and wellbeing as a civil right. Challenges us to see that together we have the power to change the culture, climate and systems. https://werise.la


    LACDMH Consumer & Family Affairs

    Gives a voice to family members and consumers and promotes the partnership among consumers, family members and treatment teams so that each can offer their valuable expertise toward the treatment of mental illness.



    Los Angeles County Client Coalition
    Focuses on legislative/policy-making activities and support & self-advocacy of mental health consumers.


    This Is My Brave, Inc.
    Their mission is to end the stigma surrounding mental health issues by sharing personal stories of individuals living successful, full lives despite mental illness through poetry, essay and original music, on stage in front of a live audience, through stories submitted and published to their blog & YouTube channel.


    Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America (SARDAA)


    Dedicated to improving the lives of people with schizophrenia and related disorders and promoting hope & recovery through support programs, education, collaboration, and advocacy.



    California Black Women's Health Project


    Seek to empower women to become active participants in improving their health status and committed to advocating for policies and practices that promote & improve physical, spiritual, mental and emotional well-being of Black women and girls in California.



    African Communities Public Health Coalition (ACPHC)


    Mission to improve personal and community health & wellness within the African community by increasing the availability of culturally-relevant physical and mental health services; providing education to reduce stigma; and facilitating social justice through advocacy.



    National Education Alliance for
    Borderline Personality Disorder​

    Works with families and persons in recovery, raises public awareness, provides education to professionals, promotes research, and works with Congress to enhance the quality of life for those affected by Borderline Personality Disorder.



    Peace of Mind Foundation

    A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to help improve the quality of life of OCD sufferers and caregivers through education, research, support, and advocacy. They also fund an OCD Challenge program, a free interactive self-help tool that guides users step by step through the strategies and skills needed to manage OCD symptoms.



    The National Alliance for Caregiving (Circle of Care: A Guidebook for Mental Health Caregivers)


    Designed to guide unpaid friends, family, and neighbors who care for someone with a mental health condition.




    The JED Foundation

    Mission is to protect emotional health and prevent suicide for our nation’s teens and young adults. JED partners with high schools and colleges to strengthen their mental health, substance abuse and suicide prevention programs and systems.




    LACDMH - Mental Health Resources

    Prepared by County of Los Angeles - Department of Mental Health (DMH) Prevention Bureau Administration



    Behavioral Health Treatment Facility Locator
    Helps you find a facility nearest you in your state. It's a confidential and anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities in the United States or U.S. Territories for substance abuse/addiction and/or mental health problems.


    Service Area Navigation Team

    Assist individuals and family members identify mental health services.


    LA-HOP (Los Angeles Homeless Outreach Portal)
    Designed to assist people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County with outreach services. Do you know someone experiencing homelessness who needs help? Notice a homeless neighbor who seems to be struggling with their physical and/or mental health? You can help them by filling out an outreach request and alert LA-HOP as to any specific concerns you may have regarding the person’s well-being.



    Mental Health Screening
    Taking a mental health screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. After the online screening, you will be provided with information, resources and tools to discuss the results with a provider.


    Augustus F. Hawkins Mental Health Center

    Provides a variety of outpatient mental health services for adults, children, older adults and their families. Services are available in English, Spanish, and other languages based on need.


    Emmada Psychology Center

    Provides culturally informed mental health services that integrate spirituality, psychology, and Christianity for children and adults. Offices located in Westchester and Pasadena, CA.


    Antioch University Counseling Center (AUCC)
    1-310-574-2813, ext. 366

    Provides specialized psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, families, and groups serving adults, adolescents, and children. Fees are based on a sliding scale. Located in Culver City, CA.


    Colors LGBTQ Youth Counseling Center

    Provides free LGBTQ-affirmative counseling and healing psychotherapeutic services to youth under 25 and their families in greater Los Angeles area.


    Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

    Provides mental health and substance abuse services to those in need, regardless of ability to pay. They have 11 sites throughout Southern California.


    Southern California Health & Rehabilitation Programs (SCHARP)

    Provides quality mental health, social and rehabilitation services to vulnerable ethnic minority populations in South Los Angeles.


    Women’s Reintegration Services & Education Center

    Assist women who have been incarcerated and face mental health, co-occurring substance abuse, & legal issues to reintegrate and become successful members of their communities.


    Addiction Center

    Help you find treatment & a drug rehab center based on your location, budget, and specific needs.



    Alcohol Addiction Center

    A free, web-based resource helping to bring education and information to the world about alcohol addiction. It is their hope that with increased awareness, more & more people will get the help that they need.



    National Council on Seniors Drug & Alcohol Rehab


    Provide information, resources and treatment for care providers and seniors battling addiction and related conditions.



    Rehab Spot


    Helps those struggling with addiction and their families find the information, support, and resources needed to get help.





    Offers an extensive list of detox centers, rehab programs, and treatment facilities to choose from. They also have rehabilitation consultants standing by to assist you. Simply fill out the contact form or call our toll-free number to speak with a live person.



    Provides affordable, confidential and anonymous online therapy with a professional licensed therapist. You can message your therapist anytime and anywhere from your smartphone or the web.


    Telehealth (USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work)

    An online clinic that uses videoconferencing to provide clients with counseling and psychotherapy services in English & Spanish. Available Monday-Friday, 8am - 7pm PST. 12 individual sessions free!



    Military OneSource

    Offers a wide range of individualized consultations, coaching and counseling for many aspects of Military Life. Serves those in the military, military families, and the global military community. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year… all calls are confidential.


    TLA Therapy

    Provides compassionate, convenient, and affordable individual and group psychotherapy. Offers a range of services including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT).



    Watts Counseling & Learning Center


    A unique community service of Kaiser Permanente Southern California. Since 1967, the Center has provided counseling, outreach, and educational services to the residents of Watts and the surrounding communities.



    Downtown's Women Center

    Trauma Recovery Center: Be Well Program

    1-213-213-2876 (Day Center)

    1-213-864-8496 (Kristen Muché, Clinical Program Manager)

    Provides mental health, crisis support, and case management services to women who are survivors of violence and trauma. Offering therapy in Spanish beginning September 2020.



    Therapy For Latinx

    Committed to making mental health accessible through the use of technology for the Latinx community.



    Center For Discovery: Eating Disorder Treatment

    Center For Discovery has a longstanding commitment to eating disorders and developing the very best programs for treating them. Take the first step towards lasting recovery.



    National Institute on Drug Abuse

    NIDA is the lead federal agency supporting scientific research on drug use and its consequences.



    National Institutes of Health

    NIH's mission is to seek fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to enhance health, lengthen life, and reduce illness and disability.




    Browse therapist videos and book a free phone call to find a great fit! Zencare aims to remove the guesswork to ensure you have a personalized, smooth, and comforting experience.



    County of Los Angeles Public Health

    The LACDPH works to protect and improve the health and well-being of the over 10 million residents of Los Angeles county.



    Start Your Recovery

    The project's goal is to offer people a single source of relatable, reliable information at any stage of their recovery journey. It also strives to encourage people to find the support they need, or to help their loved ones encourage and support help-seeking.



    Epiphany Counseling, Consulting & Treatment


    Epiphany Counseling provides psychotherapy services for individuals, couples, families, children, adolescents, adults, and seniors.




    Kedren Acute Psychiatric Hospital


    4211 S. Avalon Blvd.

    Los Angeles, CA 90011



    Augustus F. Hawkins Mental Health Center (Adult & Adolescent)


    1720 E. 120th St.

    Los Angeles, CA 90059


    LAC+USC Medical Center


    1200 N. State St.

    Los Angeles, CA 90033


    Harbor-UCLA Medical Center


    1000 W. Carson St.

    Torrance, CA 90509



    Exodus Recovery, Inc.


    9808 Venice Blvd., 3rd Floor

    Culver City, CA 90232



    Southern California Hospital at Culver City


    3828 Delmas Terrance

    Culver City, CA 90231


    Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital - UCLA


    150 Medical Plaza

    Los Angeles, CA 90095



    V.A. Greater Los Angeles Health Care System


    11301 Wilshire Blvd.

    Los Angeles, CA 90073




    Augustus F. Hawkins Mental Health Center


    1720 E. 120th St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90059


    Compton Family Mental Health Services


    921 E. Compton Blvd.

    Compton, CA 90221


    West Central Family Mental Health Services


    3751 Stocker St,

    Los Angeles, CA 90008


    Kedren Community Health Center


    4211 S. Avalon Blvd.

    Los Angeles, CA 90011



    Exodus Recovery, Inc.


    8401 S. Vermont Ave.

    Los Angeles, CA 90044



    Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center


    323 N. Prairie Ave.

    Inglewood, CA 90301



    Harbor-UCLA Medical Center

    Adult Outpatient


    1000 W. Carson St.

    Torrance, CA 90509



    Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital - UCLA (Adult Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Program)


    300 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 2400
    Los Angeles, CA 90095




    Exodus Mental Health

    (Various L.A. County Locations)



    9808 Venice Blvd., Suite 700
    Culver City, CA 90232



    La Casa Mental Health Urgent Care Center

    6060 Paramount Blvd.

    Long Beach, CA 90805



    Olive View Community Mental Health Urgent Care Center

    14659 Olive View Dr.

    Sylmar, CA 91342



    NAMI Urban Los Angeles (NULA)

    NULA is the urban affiliate of NAMI providing education, support, and advocacy for families and their loved ones dealing with mental illnesses in communities of color. All education classes, support groups, programs & services are in English & Spanish and free to the community


    Share! - The Self-Help & Recovery Exchange

    1-310-305-8878 (Culver City location)

    1-213-213-0100 (Downtown location)
    Empowers people to change their own lives and provides them a loving, safe, non-judgmental place where they can find community, information and support. They have 2 locations: Culver City & Downtown L.A.


    Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

    Helps survivors cope with the death of their loved one so they can move forward in their lives in a positive & productive way.


    Westmont Counseling Center

    Offers individual and weekly group therapy for individuals dealing with stress, trauma, hopelessness, depression, anger or conflict. They strive to provide quality, affordable counseling and other mental health services, regardless of age, race, income, or ethnicity.


    Mental Health First Aid


    An 8-hour course that teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses & substance use disorders. The training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial help & support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem or experiencing a crisis.



    California Black Women's Health Project - Sisters Mentally Mobilized


    Trains Black women to become mental health community advocates and launch mental health focused Sister Circles in the communities where Black women live, work, play and pray.



    Springs of Hope Grief-Care Center


    A community service, non-profit organization with a mission to give hope to hurting people. We offer personal support, materials, and training. We use unique tools and strategies to assist in navigating the most difficult stages of life — death, lose, and significant life changes.




    The Steve Fund

    The nation’s only organization focused on supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color.


    The Good Seed TAY Center

    A drop-in center that provides supportive, nurturing and specialized care for homeless young people in California. Through temporary housing, comprehensive services and individual planning and placement, Good Seed creates an environment where youth, ages 16-25, can thrive and grow to achieve their full potential. They have 2 locations: Los Angeles & Long Beach.



    Step Up & Daniel’s Places


    A drop-in center where youth experiencing homelessness can grab a meal, share community, and be as active or inactive as they desire.



    Safe Place for Youth (SPY)


    A drop-in center. SPY's mission is to inspire, nurture, and empower homeless youth by providing immediate and lasting solutions, one young person at a time.



    Youth Moving On


    Provides transition-age youth, ages 16 – 25, with a continuum of support services to empower them to find lasting independence and a lifetime of personal fulfillment.



    Enhanced Emergency Shelter Program (EESP)


    Provides temporary shelter for TAY clients, meals, toiletries, case management, linkage, mental health services, transportation, assistance with transitional or permanent housing.



    Ruth's Place


    A drop-in center for youth and young adults ages 18-24 who need help finding stable housing. Offers a safe space to get housing assistance and support such as counseling, case management, recreational activities, access to our education & career prep programs, and jobs.



    Penny Lane TAY Drop-in Center

    1-323-480-9296 (Commerce, CA)

    1-661-266-4783 (Lancaster, CA)

    Dedicated to providing a safe space and assistance for those who are LGBTQ identified or questioning, foster youth, and/or experiencing homelessness between the ages of 16-25 within Los Angeles County in Lancaster & Commerce. Centers are opened Tuesday – Friday, 3pm - 7pm and Saturday, 8am - 8pm.



    A Million Drops Center


    A creative hub dedicated to providing direct, individual support to homeless, at-risk young adults in Los Angeles who want to make a difference in their lives and need a helping hand to do so. The center distributes blankets, socks, & toiletries and assist with job search, resume writing, and interview preparation.



    Home At Last


    Committed to reestablishing, educating, and reinforcing underserved and at-risk youth and families by fostering authenticity and transparent services through linkage support and collaborative efforts. Walk-ins are welcomed. Daily intakes from 8am - 11pm. Call for transportation times and pickup locations.



    Southern California Health & Rehabilitation Programs (SCHARP)

    Offers specialized and age appropriate supportive mental health services to the unserved, underserved or inappropriately served TAY.


    WIN: What I Need

    This FREE app was designed especially for vulnerable youth ages 12-25 to locate free supportive services and resources in Los Angeles County. WIN’s searchable database enables users to find and connect to hundreds of essential programs offering shelter, food, medical care, crisis support, drop-in centers, government benefits, legal counsel, transportation, jobs, education & hotlines. Also included are agencies who serve foster youth, LGBTQ youth, youth struggling with mental illness, pregnant or parenting teens, young veterans, and victims of assault or sexual violence, sexual exploitation and/or domestic abuse.



    Department of Public Social Services

    Administers General Relief, CalFresh, GROW and Medi-Cal Programs.



    Social Security Administration

    Provides information and answers questions regarding SSI & SSA benefits.


    State of California Employment Development Department (EDD)

    Provides partial wage replacement to eligible workers who are unable to work due to a non-industrial disability.





    A a mental health wellness center and benefits advocacy program that prides itself on offering services that are entirely run by individuals in recovery or who have recovered from mental illnesses.


    LACDMH Public Guardian's Office

    Acts as conservators to persons who are unable to properly care for themselves or manage their finances.



    Mental Health Advocacy Services

    Provides free legal services to consumers, assists both children and adults on obtaining government benefits & services, and protecting rights and fighting discrimination.




    Dedicated to providing the highest quality innovative social service to South Los Angeles with an emphasis on behavioral health and housing stability.


    Southern California Health & Rehabilitation Programs (SCHARP)

    Provides quality mental health, social and rehabilitation services to vulnerable ethnic minority populations in South Los Angeles.


    A Community of Friends

    Offer supportive and service-enriched affordable housing for homeless individuals and families living with mental illness in Los Angeles County.


    SHARE! Collaborative Housing

    1-310-305-8878 (Culver City)

    1-213-213-0100 (Downtown)

    Provides affordable, permanent supportive housing to disabled people in single-family houses throughout Los Angeles County. This project is supported by the L.A. County Department of Mental Health.



    Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) Winter Shelter Program & Hotline


    LAHSA's Winter Shelter program provides meals, showers, and case management services for single adults who are 18 & over, experiencing homelessness, and need overnight shelter. Free transportation to and from the shelters is available.



    The Sam Simon Foundation - Feeding Families


    A proud partner of a network of pantries, neighborhood centers, food banks, faith-based groups and others who are committed to ending food insecurity in our community. We distribute nutritious vegan groceries, at no cost, to individuals and families who are struggling to make ends meet.



    The Source - Free Health & Emergency Shelter Services

    Offers a one-stop shop of resources and services to help homeless Angelenos transition to independent and supported living. Services are also available for eligible low-income residents. All services are free of charge. Visit website for locations and list of services.



    Downtown Women's Center (DWC)


    The only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women. Their mission is to end homelessness for women in greater Los Angeles through housing, wellness, employment, and advocacy.



    Whole Person Care - Los Angeles (WPC-LA)

    Connects people experiencing homelessness, justice involvement, barriers to healthy pregnancy, serious mental illness, substance use disorder or complex health conditions to resources and support.



    CHIRP Los Angeles

    COVID-19 Food Bank Guide

    This guide is organized by SPAs (Service Planning Areas). Information is subject to change so it's strongly advised that you call before you arrive.



    Grace & Mind Supportive Recovery House

    Provides housing solutions for adults, ages 18 and over, who experience a variety of mental health challenges, including (but not limited to) schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, and more.



    Los Angeles LGBT Center

    Since 1969 the Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed, and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond.

    Today the Center's nearly 800 employees provide services for more LGBT people than any other organization in the world, offering programs, services, and global advocacy that span four broad categories: Health, Social Services and Housing, Culture and Education, Leadership and Advocacy.







    Peer Resource Center


    Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm

    560 S. Vermont Ave., LA, CA 90020

    A walk-in resource hub for Los Angelenos with mental health challenges. The center is manned by volunteers and paraprofessionals who have lived with mental illness, creating a supportive, empathetic environment for those seeking help. In addition to mental health services, the center provides assistance with accessing social service programs to meet housing, job training, legal aid and other needs.


    Hacienda of Hope


    A safe alternative to emergency hospitalization for individuals with mental illness who are experiencing a stressful life event or crisis. This short-term respite home offers a welcoming, non-clinical environment, staffed by others who are able to relate, empathize and offer hope and support through crisis.



    SHARE! Recovery Retreat​


    A supportive, safe and loving environment where residents can focus on their individual healing journey. They offer support groups and activities to work on self-esteem, resiliency, reducing stress and anxiety, making friends, building skills and learning tools for better mental health as well as opportunities to learn to cook, clean, garden and manage a household. Each night we take a van to different self-help support groups in the community.





    Headspace and the LA County Department of Mental Health have partnered to provide support and resources during this challenging time. Sign up to access meditations, as well as sleep and movement exercises, designed to help you care for your mind — all free through 2020 if you reside in Los Angeles County.



    notOK App™

    Takes the guesswork out of getting the help and support you need through immediate support from your friends, family, or peer network. Simply open the app, tap the notOK button, and a text message along with your current GPS location will be sent to your pre-selected contacts. The app is free for 2 weeks then $1.99/mo thereafter. Available on iOS & Android.



    The Safe Place

    A minority mental health app that educates and raises more awareness of mental illness in the Black community. The app is free and available on iOS & Android.




    WIN: What I Need

    This FREE app was designed especially for vulnerable youth ages 12-25 to locate free supportive services and resources in Los Angeles County. WIN’s searchable database enables users to find and connect to hundreds of essential programs offering shelter, food, medical care, crisis support, drop-in centers, government benefits, legal counsel, transportation, jobs, education & hotlines. Also included are agencies who serve foster youth, LGBTQ youth, youth struggling with mental illness, pregnant or parenting teens, young veterans, and victims of assault or sexual violence, sexual exploitation and/or domestic abuse.



    The Tree South L.A.


    A community space that serves through mindfulness, social justice, and education. Offers yoga, meditation, workshops, yoga teacher training & community outreach programs to the South Los Angeles community, regardless of income. Classes 7 days a week, all by donation.



    Heal One World


    Connects people in need of non-invasive treatments and preventative practices, that are generally not covered by insurance, access to this help on a sliding scale or donation basis. They also hold classes like yoga, meditation, reiki, Zumba to name a few on a free or sliding scale basis that provide self help and self healing techniques.



    Crenshaw Yoga and Dance


    Provides yoga and dance classes, wellness education, and fitness at an affordable price that will encourage the community to learn, maintain, and value a healthy lifestyle.



    People's Yoga


    East LA-based community yoga studio dedicated to strengthening neighborhoods through mind-body practices and community building. They offer accessible, affordable, bilingual (English/Español) and family friendly yoga classes for all levels, ages, bodies, sizes, abilities and more.



    Let's Be Whole


    A socially-responsible, holistic media education and outreach program committed to educating, engaging & empowering underserved communities in alternative health, nutrition and physical activity.



    Village Health Foundation


    Provides affordable, safe, effective, and culturally competent complementary health care treatment, including acupuncture, nutritional and psychological counseling. Embraces the 3 treasures of Traditional Chinese Medicine — physical, mental, and spiritual health.



    Freedom and Soul Healing


    Uses the arts as activism to promote positive mental wellness through a holistic healing lens and strives to educate and empower communities on mental health through holistic healing modalities like music, yoga, prayer, and Reiki.



    Manifesting M.E. Wellness


    A Black-owned, Los Angeles based organization dedicated to providing healing via access to culturally competent, trauma-informed, queer-friendly holistic Mental and Emotional health services for marginalized individuals and communities. Services include health & wellness workshops, healing circles, art therapy, yoga therapy, reiki, health coaching, and hormone wellness counseling.





    A low cost organic grocery servicing low income communities in LA. It operates weekly, providing 100% organic produce to make great health and healing available to the communities which need it most.


  • NAMI Homefront Mental Health Resources for Military Service Members, Veterans and Their Families.

     A free online suite of resources designed to increase understanding, communication, wellness and advocacy skills. When NAMI Homefront was launched in 2014, the program was intended to address the unique needs of families, caregivers and friends of military service members and veterans experiencing PTSD, traumatic brain injury and other mental health conditions. With this new resource center, we have expanded the reach of NAMI Homefront to include military service members and veterans as well. Users can access the information and support 24/7, both in the U.S. and when stationed overseas.


    Accessible through computers or mobile devices, the resource center includes information about:

    Mental health conditions
    Treatment options
    Approaches to increase overall wellness
    Tips for self-care and managing stress
    Communication strategies
    Transitioning from military to civilian life
    Links to helpful organizations and crisis services
    And more!


    Visit homefrontresources.nami.org to sign up today.



    LPS Conservatorship Resources

    For Families Seeking Conservatorship



    For Families With Conservatorship




    Free free back-to-school resources:



    Visit our Youth and Young Adult Mental Health Resource Library where you’ll find:

    • Practical back-to-school materials for parents, educators, teens, and young adults, available in English and Spanish
    • The downloadable Meet Little Monster coloring and activity book, available in English and Spanish, for young children
    • How to bring a NAMI Ending the Silence mental health presentation to your middle or high school classroom or group
    • The new Mental Health College Guide, made in partnership with the Jed Foundation and accessible in English and Spanish
    • NAMI Basics, an education class for parents and caregivers concerned about their children’s mental health…and more!

    NAMI is committed to supporting kids and those who take care of them, at home and at school. We hope these resources help you this back-to-school season.

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