County Mental Health Triage Services

Crisis Resources

If you are experiencing emotional distress and would like to speak to someone please contact one of the following lines.

Desert/Mountain Children's Center Afer-Hours Hot line
(760) 946-5135

Crisis Text Line
 
Crisis Text Line is free, 24/7 support for those in crisis, connecting people in crisis to trained Crisis Counselors.

Crisis Text Line-Text HOME to 741741

Self Harm Hotline
(800)366-8288

Teen Health and Wellness  
Although this webpage is intended for educational purposes only, you may access hotlines to speak to qualified professionals or an adult you can trust, which can be a parent, teacher or guidance counselor.

Real Help for Teens Line
(877)332-7333

Covenant House NineLine
(800)999-9696

Depression Hotline 
(630)482-9696

Depression hotline numbers are a valuable resource if you are experiencing depression or if you have a friend or loved one who may be depressed.

Grief Support 
(650)321-5272

The groups and organizations accessed through this website are here because they offer assistance regardless of where you live. Therefore, you should also search for grief, loss and bereavement support and recovery groups in your community.

Child Abuse Line 
(800)827-8724

If the child is in immediate danger please call 911 or your local law enforcement agency (Police or Sheriff).

Community Crisis Response Team
(760)956-2345
Pager (760)739-8093

Community Crisis Response Team (CCRT) is a community-based mobile crisis team that provides assistance to those who are experiencing a mental health related emergency.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
(800)273-8255

San Bernardino Crisis Phone Line
(760)245-8837

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  California Triage Grant Programs  

There are 30 Triage programs operating in 20 counties which focus on providing services and supports that result in individuals being referred to the least restrictive wellness, resiliency, and recovery-oriented treatment settings that are appropriate to their needs.

Programs serve anyone of any age, with an emphasis on unserved, underserved, and hard to reach individuals including veterans, homeless, and youth.  Triage programs can include mobile crisis units, crisis stabilization, outreach, engagement, and direct service provision. Crisis teams in many counties work with local law enforcement and hospitals as well homeless shelters, community-based organizations, and schools.

CAHELP-JPA is one of four School-County Collaborative recipients of this grant; the others are:

Humboldt County
Consumer Information

Crisis Intervention Number
Toll-Free: 888.849.5728
Main: 707.445.7715
Access/Service Referral Number
Main: 707.268.2900
Intake Clinic
720 Wood Street
Eureka, CA 95501

Placer County

Consumer Information

Adult Intake & APS Reports
Main: 916.787.8860
Toll-Free: 888.886.5401

Family & Children’s Services
Main: 916.872.6549
Toll-Free: 866.293.1940

Intake Clinic
101 Cirby Hills Drive
Roseville, CA 95678

 

Tulare County

Consumer Information

Crisis Intervention Number
Toll-Free: 800.320.1616
Access/Service Referral Number
Toll-Free: 800.834.7121
Intake Clinic
Visalia Adult Clinic
3300 South Fairway
Visalia, CA 93277