Mental Health Resources

Apps for your Phone

Calm: calm provides people experiencing stress and anxiety with guided meditations, sleep stories, breathing programs, and relaxing music. 

Mind Shift: Mind Shift stresses the importance of changing how you think about anxiety.  It is a cheerleader in your pocket encouraging you to take charge of your life, ride out intense emotions, and face challenging situations. 


USC's Virtual Mental Health Support

The USC school of social work has created Telehealth

Telehealth provides clients with "face-to-face”, online counseling and psychotherapy services. Services are provided in English and Spanish and offered as weekly 50-minute appointments over 12 weeks or more.

The provider and client connect from separate locations via a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Clients can join their virtual sessions from a private location such as their home or in professionally supervised offices called “tele-suites.”

To schedule an appointment, please call: (866) 740-6502. 

Download the Telehealth Flyer

Crisis Prevention Hotline

If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts and you need help immediately, call: (877) 727-4747

You can also visit the Didi Hearsh Mental Health Services webpage for more information. 

What services are provided?

The crisis line provides confidential and anonymous help to individuals contemplating, threatening or attempting suicide.

How does the crisis line help?

Callers are connected to a trained crisis counselor who provides a non-judgmental, supportive and safe environment for callers to talk about what is causing them to feel suicidal.

What languages are spoken on the crisis line?

English, Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, Arabic, Farsi, and other multi-lingual language capabilities are also available.

When can I call?

The crisis line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call (877) 7-CRISIS or (877) 727-4747 toll free in Orange and Los Angeles counties