California Hispanic Commission on Drug and Alcohol Abuse

CHCADA seeks to provide culturally competent bicultural, bilingual, and monolingual services that will reduce the environmental vulnerability of low–income Latinos and other marginalized populations in California and throughout the United States. CHCADA also provides organizational development and supportive services to Latino-serving organizations. 

Phone Number: 916-443-5473 

Website: https://www.chcada.org 

Main Office: 1901 Royal Oaks Drive, Suite 101, Sacramento, CA 95815 

Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

Child Mind Institute

Resources for Spanish speaking parents regarding different mental health issues in children. 

Website: https://childmind.org/recursos-en-espanol/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Recursos%20en%20Español&utm_campai gn=Weekly-6-2 6-18 

Main Office: 101 East 56th Street, New York, NY 10022

El Nido Family Centers: South West Family Source Center

El Nido Family Centers offers innovative programs and services for children, youth and families in some of the most challenging and under-served neighborhoods across Los Angeles county. Our comprehensive services include prenatal case management and parenting programs for teen parents, parent education and family development, child abuse prevention and treatment, family counseling, and youth development and gang prevention & intervention programs. 

Phone Number: 323-998-0093 

Website: https://www.elnidofamilycenters.org 

Main Office: 2069 W. Slauson Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90047 

Latino Resource Organization

The mission is to provide a milieu of safety-net services that offer support to low-income families. A service delivery that strives towards the strengthening of family, and one that progressively mobilizes the quality of life. At its inception, LRO was an information and resource center for Spanish-speaking residents of Santa Monica. Through the 80’s the agency expanded its service area to include the Greater West Los Angeles areas and including Westchester and Culver City. Programs also expanded to include Case Management services, Senior Services, and in 1993 there was an addition to the comprehensive Immigration and Naturalization Service Program and an Environmental Education Program. In 1997, LRO moved its operation to Venice, CA. 

Phone Number: 424-293-8297 

Website: https://www.latinoresource.org 

Main Office: 1645 Corinth Ave. #112, Los Angeles, CA. 90025 

Latinx Therapy

A database of therapists who either identify as Latinx or have worked closely with and understands the unique needs of the Latinx community. The website is also offered in Spanish. 

Website: https://latinxtherapy.com/find-a-therapist/

Melanin & Mental Health

Melanin & Mental Health® was born out of a desire to connect individuals with culturally competent clinicians committed to serving the mental health needs of Black & Latinx/Hispanic communities. They are committed to promoting the growth and healing of our communities through our website, online directory and monthly events. 

Website: https://www.melaninandmentalhealth.com 

Mental Health America

General mental health Spanish-speaking resources, including a list of Spanish-language materials and Spanish-language screening tools. 

Website: https://www.mhanational.org/issues/latinxhispanic-communities-and-ment al-health 

Main Office: 200 Pine Avenue, Suite 400, Long Beach, CA, 90802-2310

NAMI Westside LA

NAMI Westside LA family and peer support groups for Spanish speakers.

Phone Number: 310-889-7200 

Website: https://namila.org 

Main Office: 921 Westwood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90024 

NAMI Urban LA (NULA)

NAMI zoom support group (Spanish) on Sundays 6pm-7:30pm (go to website and the link is in the carousel). Support group for family members. NAMI zoom support group on Sunday 3:30pm-5pm. Support group for individuals living with a mental health illness. 

Phone Number: 323-294-7814 x 104 

Website: https://www.namiurbanla.org/espanol

Main Office: 4305 Degnan Blvd., Suite 104, Los Angeles, CA 90008-4949 

Prevención del Suicidio Nacional (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline)

Provides free, 24/7 confidential support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress through a hotline. The website provides resources and information on how to help yourself and someone else in a crisis. You can find a therapist/support group, information on building and using a support network, make a safety plan, and find specific crisis resources for coping during community unrest, emotional wellbeing during the COVID-19 outbreak, youth, disaster survivors, Native Americans, Veterans, Loss Survivors, LGBTQ+, suicide attempt survivors, deaf and hard of hearing/hearing loss, and Spanish speaking resources. 

Phone Number: 888-628-9454 (En Español) 

Phone Number: 800-273-8255 (En Inglés) 

Phone Number: 800-799-4889 (Sordo) 

Website: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org 

Main Office: 10277 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Therapy for Latinx

Committed to making mental health accessible through the use of technology for the Latinx community. 

Website: https://therapyforlatinx.com 

Main Office: 333 S. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90017

Latinx/Hispanic