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    • Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

      If you or someone you know is in crisis, call or text:

      9-8-8
      (24/7, free & confidential)

      Or chat with a crisis counselor:
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      Peer-to-peer support for teens
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      800-852-8336
      6pm-10pm PST

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      For mental health or substance use services, call intake:

      LA County:
      888-807-7250

      Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm

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      If you or someone you know has experienced thoughts of suicide, made a suicide attempt, or lost someone to suicide, we provide healing during and through your crisis.

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  • Client Info
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    • Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

      If you or someone you know is in crisis, call or text:

      9-8-8
      (24/7, free & confidential)

      Or chat with a crisis counselor:
      Chat Now

      Peer-to-peer support for teens
      (Teen Line)
      800-852-8336
      6pm-10pm PST

    • Get Services

      For mental health or substance use services, call intake:

      LA County:
      888-807-7250

      Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm

    • Crisis Counseling

      If you or someone you know has experienced thoughts of suicide, made a suicide attempt, or lost someone to suicide, we provide healing during and through your crisis.

      Get Help Today

Child and Family Programs

Our outpatient therapists provide short-term therapy to help families resolve or cope with a crisis. They offer mental health services, using Evidence-Based Treatment practices, to children and youth from birth to 15 years old. Our Birth-to-Five program uses parenting strategies, play therapy, education and community linkages to promote healthy development and attachment between parents and children. The program serves families at risk due to traumatic separations or stressors in a caregiver’s life such as postpartum depression, teen parenting, lack of family or social supports, homelessness, domestic violence, substance use or mental health issues.

Children and youth with attention and behavior problems, exposure to trauma, anxiety, mild to severe depression, bipolar disorder, psychotic disorders and other mental health issues can receive individual, group and family therapy as well as case and medication management.

We also have teen therapy groups for boys and girls, specialty groups for mothers and daughters and social skills groups to help teens communicate better with peers and adults.

To get help for you or someone you care about

Call 888-807-7250 Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm
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