Regional Resources

Clinton P. and Caryl F. Class of 2019

Explore Wellness Resources in California and Nevada

Looking for a local health and wellness organization? Click on your county below to be directed to a host of resources in your area.

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Find Your County

Select your local county to find a list of its mental health, substance use, domestic violence, and other crisis resources:

California:

Contra Costa County, CA
Fresno County, CA
Los Angeles County, CA
Orange County, CA
Riverside County, CA
Sacramento County, CA
San Bernardino County, CA
San Diego County, CA
Santa Clara County, CA
Shasta County, CA
Ventura County, CA

Contra Costa County, CA

Adult Protective Services: Call (925) 646-2854.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (925) 939-4155.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (877) 881-1116.

Cocaine Anonymous: Call (209) 471-1259.

Contra Costa County Mental Health Services: Get an overview of available health services. If you are in need of emergency assistance and/or referral information due to a mental or emotional crisis, click here or call the 24/7 hotline at 1-888-678-7277.

Contra Costa Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to find a psychologist by specialty, location, insurances accepted, and populations served.

Contra Costa Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

Domestic Violence Resources: Get information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters. Call the 24/7 hotline at (888) 215-5555.

Food Pantry Resources: View a map with contact information and guidelines for programs that seek to meet the basic nutritional needs of the community by providing access to food products.

Homelessness Resources: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment.

Narcotics Anonymous: Call (925) 685-HELP (4357).

Rape Crisis Center: Get in-person support, including accompaniment to hospitals, police interviews, and legal proceedings. Call the 24/7 hotline at (800) 670-7273.

Fresno County, CA

Adult Protective Services: Call (559) 600-3383.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (559) 221-6907.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (559) 600-8320.

Domestic Violence Resources: Get information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters.

Food Pantry Resources: View a map with contact information and guidelines for programs that seek to meet the basic nutritional needs of the community by providing access to food products.

Fresno County Resources for Mental Health: Scroll toward the bottom for a list of mental health services. If you are in need of urgent clinic services for mental health and/or substance abuse, click here.

Homelessness Resources: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment.

Marjaree Mason Center: Call the 24/7 hotline at (559) 233-4357.

Narcotics Anonymous: Find meetings in the Fresno County area.

Rape and Sexual Assault Helpline: Call (559) 222-7273.

San Joaquin Valley Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to find a psychologist by specialty, location, insurances accepted, and populations served.

United Way Fresno Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

Los Angeles County, CA

24/7 Substance Abuse Service Helpline: Call 1 (844) 804-7500.

Adult Protective Services: Call (888) 202-4248.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call 1 (323) 936-4343.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (800) 540-4000.

Cocaine Anonymous: Call (888) 714-8341.

Domestic Violence Resources: Get information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters. Call the 24/7 hotline at 1 (800) 978-3600.

Food Pantry Resources: View a map with contact information and guidelines for programs that seek to meet the basic nutritional needs of the community by providing access to food products.

Homelessness Resources: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment. You may be directed to contact 211 first.

Los Angeles County Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to find a psychologist by specialty, location, insurances accepted, and populations served.

Los Angeles County Resources for Mental Health: Get a detailed list of available services or call the County Crisis Line at 1-800-854-7771. If you are in need of urgent walk-in mental health and/or substance abuse clinic services, click here for the list of all providers in the county.

Los Angeles County Substance Abuse Prevention & Control: Get information about treatment services available and how to find providers within your insurance network.

Los Angeles Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

Narcotics Anonymous: Call (800) 863-2962 (English) or (888) 622-4672 (Español).

Rape and Sexual Assault Helpline: Locate the rape crisis center closest to you for support.

Orange County, CA

Adult Protective Services: Call (800) 451-5155.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (714) 556-4555.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (800) 207-4464.

Cocaine Anonymous: Call (949) 650-1011.

Domestic Violence Resources: Get information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters. There are four main service providers with their 24/7 hotlines listed below next to their location.

  • Interval House, Long Beach, CA 90803. Call the 24/7 hotline at (562) 594-4555 or (714) 891-8121.
  • Human Options, Irvine, CA 92620. Call the 24/7 hotline at (877) 854-3594.
  • Laura’s House, Latera Ranch, CA 92694. Call the 24/7 hotline at (866) 498-1511.
  • Women Transitional Housing, Fullerton, CA 92832. Call the 24/7 hotline at 1 (877) 531-5522.

Food Pantry Resources: Find locations of various food banks in the county that provide food to those in need.

Homelessness Resources: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment.

Narcotics Anonymous: Call (714) 590-2388.

Orange County Rape Crisis Center: Call (866) 935-4783.

Orange County Resources for Mental Health: Get a detailed list of mental health resources in Orange County.

Orange County Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

Riverside County, CA

24/7 SAMHSA’s National Hotline: Call 1 (800) 662-4357.

Adult Protective Services: Call 1 (800) 491-7123.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (909) 825-4700 to reach your local office.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

California Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to find a psychologist by specialty, location, insurances accepted, and populations served.

Child Abuse Hotline: Call 1 (800) 442-4918.

Cocaine Anonymous: Call (951) 359-3895.

Domestic Violence Resources: Get information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding shelters who also have connections to legal help, medical resources, and counseling. Call the 24/7 hotline at 1 (800) 339-SAFE (7233).

Homelessness Resources: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment. You may be directed to call 211 first.

Local Food Bank: For immediate assistance, call 211. If you would like to look at a map to see various emergency food assistance programs, click this link.

Mental Health Urgent Care Centers in Riverside County: Click here for center locations or view a detailed brochure here.

  • Riverside: (951) 509-2499
  • Perris: (951) 349-4195
  • Palm Springs: (442) 268-7000

Narcotics Anonymous: Call (800) 397-2333.

Rape and Sexual Assault Helpline: Call (951) 686-RAPE (7273).

Riverside County Mental Health Resources: View a detailed list of Riverside County resources for mental health.

Riverside County Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

Sacramento County, CA

Adult Protective Services: Call (916) 874-9377.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (916) 454-1100.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

California Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to locate a psychologist by specialties, locations, insurances accepted, and populations served.

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (916) 875-KIDS (5437).

Cocaine Anonymous: Call (916) 595-7910.

Domestic Violence Resources: Get information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters. Call the 24/7 hotline at 800-799-SAFE (7233).

Food Pantry Resources: View a map with contact information and guidelines for programs that seek to meet the basic nutritional needs of the community by providing access to food products.

Homelessness Resources: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment.

Mental Health Access Team: Call (916) 875-1055 or toll free at (888) 881-4881 to request services, referrals, and information. Hours are Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Narcotics Anonymous: Call (800) 600-HOPE (4673) or (866) 565-2135.

Rape and Sexual Assault Helpline from WEAVE (Sacramento County’s Rape Crisis Center): Call (866) 920-2952.

Sacramento County Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

Sacramento County resources for mental health: Get a detailed list of mental health resources. If you are in need of urgent walk-in clinic services for mental health and/or co-occurring substance abuse crises, click here.

San Bernardino County, CA

24/7 Access Unit: Call 1 (888) 743-1478 for referrals to behavioral health services.

24/7 SAMHSA’s National Hotline: Call 1 (800) 662-4357.

Adult Protective Services: Call 1 (877) 565-2020.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (909) 825-4700 local office.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

California Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to locate a psychologist by specialties, locations, insurances accepted, and populations served.

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (800) 827-8724.

Cocaine Anonymous: Call (951) 359-3895.

Domestic Violence Resources: Get information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters. Find the location that’s closest to you:

Food Pantry Resources: Get a list with contact information and guidelines for programs that seek to provide basic nutritional needs of the community by providing access to food.

Homeless Resources Guide: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment.

San Bernardino County Resources for Mental Health: Go to pages 14-15 for an overview of county resources. If you are in need of urgent mental health walk-in clinic services, click here.

San Bernardino Sexual Assault Services: Call 1(800) 656-4673.

San Bernardino Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

Narcotics Anonymous: Call English: (909) 795-0464 or Español: (888) 622-4672.

San Diego County, CA

Adult Protective Services: Call (619) 283-5731.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (619) 265-8762.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (858) 560-2191.

Cocaine Anonymous: Call (858) 268-9109 or toll free (866) 242-2248.

Domestic Violence Resources: Get information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters.

Food Pantry Resources: View a map with contact information and guidelines for programs that seek to meet the basic nutritional needs of the community by providing access to food products.

Homelessness Resources: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment.

Low-cost Counseling Services: List of San Diego County organizations that provide low-cost counseling services.

Mental Health Crisis Team (San Diego County): Call (619) 641-6890 or 1-888-724-7240. If you are in need of urgent walk-in clinic services and are uninsured or receive Medi-Cal, click here.

Narcotics Anonymous: Call (619) 584-1007.

Rape and Sexual Assault Helpline: Call (888) 385-4657.

San Diego Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to find a psychologist by specialties, locations, insurances accepted, and populations served.

San Diego Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

Santa Clara County, CA

Adult Protective Services: Call (408) 975-4900 or 1 (800) 414-2002.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (408) 374-8511.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call 1 (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (833) SCC-KIDS (722-5437).

Cocaine Anonymous: Call (408) 966-9344.

Domestic Violence Resources: Get information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters. Call the 24/7 hotline at (408) 279-2962.

Food Pantry Resources: View a map with contact information and guidelines for programs that seek to meet the basic nutritional needs of the community by providing access to food products.

Homelessness Resources: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment.

Mental Health Services: Call 1-800-704-0900.

Narcotics Anonymous: Call (408) 998-4200.

Rape and Sexual Assault Helpline: Call 1 (877) END-SADV (363-7238).

Santa Clara County Resources for Behavioral Health Services: Get a detailed list of services available in your area. If you are in need of urgent mental health walk-in clinic services in Santa Clara County, click here.

Santa Clara Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to locate a psychologist by specialties, locations, insurances accepted, and populations served.

Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

Substance Use Services Santa Clara County Hotline: Call 1 (800)-488-9919.

Suicide and Crisis Hotline: Call 1-855-278-4204.

Shasta County, CA

Adult Protective Services: Call (530) 225-5798.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (530) 225-8955.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

California Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to locate a psychologist by specialties, locations, insurances accepted, and populations served.

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (530) 225-5144.

Cocaine Anonymous: Call (415) 226-1300.

Food Pantry Resources: View a map with contact information and guidelines for programs that seek to meet the basic nutritional needs of the community by providing access to food products.

Homelessness Resources: Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food, and helping secure employment.

Narcotics Anonymous: Call (800) 764-1081.

Northern California Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.

One Safe Place (Domestic and Sexual Abuse Hotline): Provides information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters. Call the 24/7 hotline at (844) 244-0117.

Shasta County Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services

Shasta County Mental Health: This program provides outpatient counseling, assessment and evaluation, case management, medication, social rehabilitation, and urgent care/crisis services for adults who struggle with persistent and severe mental illness. Call the 24/7 hotline at (530) 225-5200. For a detailed list of Shasta County resources for mental health, click here. If you are in need of urgent walk-in clinic services, call (530) 225-5252 or toll free at (888) 385-5201.

Ventura County, CA

Adult Protective Services: Call (805) 654-3200.

Alcoholics Anonymous: Call (805) 389-1444.

California AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis Hotline: Call (800) 367-AIDS (2437).

Child Abuse Hotline: Call (805) 654-3200.

Domestic Violence Resources: Information regarding assistance for survivors surrounding legal help, medical resources, counseling, and shelters. Call the 24/7 hotline at 1 (800) 300-2181.

Food Pantry Resources : A map with contact information and guidelines for programs that seek to meet the basic nutritional needs of the community by providing access to food products.

Homelessness Resources : Whether you are currently homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless, there are programs and organizations available to help you. These resources range from providing shelter, food and helping secure employment. You may be directed to call 211 first before being able to access these resources.

Narcotics Anonymous: Call (888) 817-7425.

Rape Crisis Center: The Crisis Response Intervention Program (CRI) provides intervention, emergency response, advocacy and accompaniment to victims of sexual assault 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call the 24/7 hotline at 1 (800) 300-2181.

SAMHSA’s National 24/7 Helpline: Call 1 (800) 662-HELP (4357).

Ventura County Psychological Association: Use the “Find a Psychologist” tool to locate a psychologist by specialties, locations, insurances accepted, and populations served.

Ventura County Resources for Mental Health: Get a detailed list of mental health resources available. If you are in need of urgent mental health services, call the 24/7 hotline at 1 (866) 998-2243.

Ventura County Social Services Resource Hotline: Call 211.