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You can also text “LA” to 741741 anytime
to be connected to a crisis counselor.

Here are some of the mental health and substance abuse services available to those living in LA County. If you don’t know where to start, call 800-854-7771 anytime. We can help

Find Services

  • Find mental health services through the LA County Department of Mental Health via the 24/7 Help Line. 800-854-7771, or text “LA” to 741741
  • Get information and referrals through 211 LA County’s online database, or call 2-1-1. If outside of LA County, dial (800) 339-6993 direct.
  • NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health) offers free education programs and support via NAMI Westside LA or NAMI Urban LA, or call 800-950-6264 (M-F, 7a – 3p PT).
  • SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) offers substance abuse help. Call 800-662-4357.
  • Connect to the CalHOPE Warm Line to connect to mental health support and resources. Call 833-317-HOPE (4673)

For Teens / Youth

  • The TEEN LINE helps teenagers by talking, chatting, texting, or emailing with other teens. Call 310-855-4673 or text “TEEN” to 839863.
  • California Coalition for Youth’s Crisis Line offers 24/7 and bilingual support. Call 800-843-5200.
  • The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) administers California’s Medicaid program and specialty mental health services for children and youth. Visit the MHP Directory to connect with a provider.


  • Visit the Los Angeles LGBT Center to find local services.
  • The Trevor Project: Call 866-488-7386 or text “START” to 678678 to get crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for LGBTQ+ young people under 25. You can also chat online.
  • Trans Lifeline connects trans people to community, support, and resources. Call 877-565-8860.
  • LGBT National Help Center provides free and confidential peer support and local resources.
  • It Gets Better Project inspires LGBTQ+ storytelling and reminds the next generation of LGBTQ+ youth that hope and support.

For Veterans

  • Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line if you need to talk or are concerned about a loved one. Call 800-273-8255 (Press 1), text 838255, or chat with a counselor. 24/7/365. Free. Confidential.
  • Do Good LA’s The Soldiers Project offers free, confidential mental health services for Post 9/11 Veterans, active duty service members, and their loved ones. Call 877-576-5343..
  • The Wounded Warrior Project provides free services and programs to veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound while serving, and their families.
  • LACDMH’s Veterans Peer Access Network (VPAN) is a community-driven support network serving veterans and their families. Call (800) 854-7771 – ext. 3, 9am to 9pm.

Suicide Prevention

If you or someone you know is in an emergency or immediate threat of suicide, call 911 immediately or call and visit:

Substance Abuse



Sexual Assault or Abusive Relationships

  • Connect with RAINN’s Sexual Assault Hotline. Get support, information, advice, or a referral from a trained support specialist at 800-656-4673, or chat with a professional online.
  • Love is respect can help with ending an abusive relationship. Call 866-331-9474, text LOVEIS to 22522*, or chat online. Free. Confidential. 24/7/365.

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WE RISE honors the profound contribution of Tongva Elder and WE RISE artist Julia Bogany who passed away March 28, 2021 in Los Angeles. We uplift her voice as an incredible leader who used arts and culture to educate, elevate and build community.

“We, the Indigenous People, the Traditional Caretakers of this landscape are the direct descendants of the First People who formed our lands, our worlds during creation time. We have always been here. Our Ancestors prepared and became the landscapes and worlds for the coming of humans with order, knowledge and gifts embedded in the landscape. Our Ancestors imbued us, who now live here, with the responsibility and obligations of our original instructions as told to us in our creation stories. We are guided by protocol and etiquette to be part of, take care of, and ensure the welfare of the NATURE, the extended family and community defined in its most inclusive expression. We pass those teachings and responsibilities onto our children, grandchildren and many generations to come.”

- Julia Bogany. October, 2020.

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