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Mental Health and Crisis Resources

Your Life, Your Voice:
If you are having thoughts of harming yourself or you are being abused, please call. These are serious issues that are best handled in one-on-one conversations with counselors.  Always open, counselors ready for call 24/7


The OC Warm Line:
Non-crisis, caring support for anyone struggling with emotional/mental health challenges.
(877) 910-WARM (877-910-9276)


Sexual Assault/Rape Crisis:
24/7, 7 days a week
(714) 957-2737


211 & OC Links Information & Referral Service: 
Free 24 hr information and referral line linking to thousands of local health and human service programs in the OC.

2-1-1 855-OCLINKS (888-625-4657)



Reach Out: 
Information and support service for young adults facing tough times and struggling with mental health issues.
1 (800) 448-3000 | www.reachouthere.com


National Institute of Mental Health (NAMI): 
Helpline and family resources and groups for those affected by mental illness.
1 (800) 950-NAMI (Helpline) | www.namioc.org


Huntington Beach Crisis Youth Shelter:
Short-term residential placement for youth ages 12-17 who are dealing with crisis issues, such as homelessness, mental health crisis, or extreme family discord. Individual, group and family therapy provided. No cost to families.
(714) 842-6600 | www.waymakers.org


Casa Youth Shelter Services:
Short-term and long-term placement programs to provide basic needs for youth and individual, group, and family counseling.
(800) 914-CASA (800-914-2272) | www.casayouthshelter.org


Erika’s Lighthouse:

Provides resources and materials on how to promote depression awareness for middle school and high school teens.



Erika's Lighthouse for Students: Student Depression Handbook

Provides information on how to look for signs of depression in teens.



Erika’s Lighthouse for Parents: Parent Depression Handbook

Provides information for parents on how to look for signs of depression in teens.



Erika’s Lighthouse for Educators: Educators Depression Handbook

Provides information for educators on how to bring mental health awareness to schools.



Didi Hirsch Mental Health Center:
Santa Ana Services: Crisis line, outreach and survivor support services for family members of a person who committed suicide.
(714) 547-0855 | www.didihirsch.org/orange-county


Community Mental Health Resources:
A brochure with resources on Substance Abuse, LGBTQIA Services, Shelters, Hotlines & Online Resources, Culturally Centered Services, Parenting Resources, Community Resources, Intensive Mental Health Services, Suicide Prevention, Housing Resources, and Legal Resources.


Coalition to Support Grieving Students

Provides resources and to the school community to help and care for grieving students.



The Dougy Center – The National Center for Grieving Children and Families

Through the use of peer support groups, education, and training provides a safe place for children, teens, young adults, and their families who are grieving a death to share their experiences.

(866) 775-5683 | www.dougy.org

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