First, locate your Service Area using this LA Service Area District Locator.  Then locate your Service Area in the menu below for Outpatient Treatment options. 

Alafia Mental Health Institute

The agency provides mental health services for youth up to age 25 in Los Angeles County. 

  • Phone Number: 661-940-9094 
  • Website: https://www.cihssinc.org/alafia 
  • Main Office: 43845 10th street, Suite 2B, Lancaster, CA 93534
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

 Antelope Valley Discovery Center 

This agency provides homeless support, mental health services and volunteer opportunities for adults and young adults in the Antelope Valley area. Some services are restricted to homeless individuals with a chronic/severe mental illness. 

  • Phone Number: 661-947-1595 
  • Main Office: 1609 East Palmdale Blvd. Suite G, Palmdale, CA 93550
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Antelope Valley Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health services for adults with mental/emotional disturbance who live in the Los Angeles County portion of the Antelope Valley.

  • Phone Number: 661-723-4260 
  • Main Office: 349-A East Avenue K-6, Lancaster, CA 93535 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Antelope Valley Wellness Center

The center provides mental health services for adults with mental/emotional disturbance who live in the Los Angeles County portion of the Antelope Valley.   

  • Phone Number: 661-723-4260 
  • Main Office: 251 East Avenue K-6, Lancaster, CA 93535 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Palmdale Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health services for adults with chronic and persistent mental health disorder, who live in the Los Angeles County portion of the South Antelope Valley. 

  • Phone Number: 661-575-1800 
  • Main Office: 1529 East Palmdale Blvd. Suite 150, Palmdale, CA 93550
  •  Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

 

Asian Pacific Counseling & Treatment Center (APCTC)

APCTC is the very first mental health center in Los Angeles County specifically developed to meet the unique needs of rapidly increasing numbers of Asian Pacific immigrants and refugees who are in need of a wide range of mental health services. 

  • Phone Number: 213-252-2100 
  • Website: https://www.apctc.org 
  • Main Office: 520 S. Lafayette Park Place, Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90057 
  • Languages Spoken: Vietnamese, Korean, Thai and English 

Community Mental Health Services of Aviva Family & Children Services

Aviva provides compassionate support, therapeutic services, and guidance to at-risk children and families. 

  • Phone Number: 213-637-5000 
  • Website: https://aviva.org 
  • Main Office: 3580 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 800, Los Angeles, 90010 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Cornerstone Mental Health Center

Cornerstone RRR provides field-based services which includes a comprehensive array of mental health, intensive case management, dual diagnosis services and medication support services. The program has a milieu setting which includes laundry facilities, shower facilities, locker facilities and daily mental health groups. Cornerstone RRR provides immediate assistance to mentally ill, homeless individuals for basic survival needs including showers, light meals, laundry facilities, lockers, mail services and linkage to shelters, transitional and long term housing placements. Clients are assisted in applying for mainstream benefits, and receive medication evaluations/monitoring and individual and group counseling, as needed. A structured mental health milieu is provided seven days a week offering daily groups which address issues of homelessness and rehabilitative services which promote skills in independent living. Additionally, Cornerstone offers field-based services and on-site health and vocational services tailored to meet the needs of the client population. 

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services Glendale

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services has provided free mental health, substance use disorder and suicide prevention services since 1942. Dedicated to serving communities where stigma or poverty limits access, Didi Hirsch helps more than 150,000 children and adults from 10 locations and 100 schools throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties each year. Our Suicide Prevention Center is the nation’s first and an international leader in training, research and crisis services.

  • Phone Number: 818-244-7257 
  • Website: https://didihirsch.org 
  • Main Office: 1540 E. Colorado St. Glendale, CA. 91205 
  • Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, and Armenian 

El Centro De Amistad Mental Health Center

ECDA is concerned about the lack of mental health and social services to the low-income residents of the San Fernando Valley. It administers a comprehensive range of services, including individual, family and group therapy, case management, medication support and employment placement. 

  • Phone Number: 818-347-8565 
  • Website: http://ecda.org 
  • Main Office: 7038 Owensmouth Avenue, Canoga Park, CA 91303 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Hillview Mental Health Center

Our staff of psychiatrists, nurses, clinicians, recreational therapists and case managers work collaboratively to provide individually tailored services for our clients. These services can include medication evaluation and treatment, individual or group therapy, case management, substance abuse treatment and crisis management. 

  • Phone Number: (818) 896-1161 (Ext. 0) 
  • Website: https://hillviewmhc.org 
  • Main Office: 12450 Van Nuys Blvd., Suite 200, Pacoima, CA 91331 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

MacDonald Carey East Valley Health Center

The Macdonald Carey East Valley Mental Health Center is an outpatient mental health rehabilitation adult outpatient program servicing severe and persistent mentally ill adults. A comprehensive and integrated array of mental health services are offered including: Targeted Case Management Services, Medication Support Services, Crisis Intervention Services, 5150 capability, Brief individual therapy, and Case management. 

Valley Coordinated Children Services

The agency provides mental health services for youth ages 17 and younger who live in the San Fernando Valley. Age restrictions apply; services are restricted to residents of the San Fernando Valley. 

  • Phone Number: 818-708-4500 
  • Main Office: 19231 Victory Blvd., Ste. 110 Reseda , Los Angeles 91335 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Victory Wellness Center

The SFVCMHC, Inc. Victory Wellness Center provides a full range of recovery-based services including case management, mental health services, crisis intervention, medication management, pre-vocational training, resource education, peer support, self-help, recreation, and social activities for consumers in Service Area II who are beginning to address issues about mental health recovery. 

West Valley Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health services and welfare-to-work support services for adults in Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Hidden Hills, Northridge, Porter Ranch, Reseda, Tarzana, West Hills, Westlake Village (L A County portion), Winnetka and Woodland Hills.2 

  • Phone Number: 818-407-3200 
  • Main Office: 20151 Nordhoff St., Chatsworth , Los Angeles 91311 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

Almansor Clinical Services

The agency provides mental health services for children and youth ages 2 to 21 and their families who live in SPA 3 and SPA 7 (Greater San Gabriel Valley and Southeast Los Angeles). There are geographic restrictions. 

  • Phone Number: 323-344-5536 
  • Website: redesignlearning.org 
  • Main Office: 205 Pasadena Ave., South Pasadena, Los Angeles 91030 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Arcadia Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health services, and welfare-to-work support services for adults with mental/emotional disturbance in the San Gabriel Valley. 

  • Phone Number: 626-254-1400 
  • Main Office: 330 E. Live Oak Ave., Arcadia, Los Angeles 91006 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Bridges Wellness Center

BRIDGES Inc. is a private, non-profit organization providing mental health and supportive services to children, transitional age youth, adults, and families affected by mental health disorders and who are Medi-Cal eligible in Los Angeles County. 

  • Phone Number: 626-350-5304 
  • Website: http://www.bridgesrehab.org 
  • Main Office: 11927 Elliott Ave., El Monte, CA 91732 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

ENKI – La Puente Valley Mental Health Center

Enki Health Services, Inc. (Enki) is a non-profit corporation providing mental health, drug, and alcohol administrative and clinical services in East Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley areas. 

  • Phone Number: 626-961-8971 
  • Website: http://www.ehrs.com 
  • Main Office: 160 S. Seventh Ave., La Puente, CA 91744 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Mid Valley Outpatient

Ages 13 and up. Spanish speaking available. Substance abuse program. Classes, addiction education, CBT. Walks and activities. 

  • Phone Number: 626-636-2370 
  • Main Office: 3131 Santa Anita Avenue, Suite #112B, El Monte, CA 91733 

Pacific Clinics

Pacific Clinics supports individuals and families in over 50 locations across Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties. With free, low-cost and sliding scale fee services for children, youth, transitional age youth, adults, and older adults, we are here for Southern Californians at every stage of life.

  • Phone Number: 626-254-5000 
  • Website: pacificclinics.org 
  • Main Office: 800 S. Santa Anita Ave., Arcadia, CA 91006 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Pacific Clinics Bonita Family Center

The agency provides counseling services, family life education, mental health services, substance use disorder services and welfare to work support services for families and people of all ages in Los Angeles county. 

  • Phone Number: 877-722-2737 
  • Main Office: 790E. Bonita Ave., Pomona, CA 91767 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Pacific Clinics Pasadena Family Services

The agency provides counseling services, family life education, mental health services, substance use disorder services and welfare to work support services for families and people of all ages in Los Angeles county. 

  • Phone Number: 626-441-4221 
  • Main Office: 66 Hurlbut St., Pasadena, CA 91105 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Pacific Clinics Sierra Family Center

The agency provides counseling services, family life education, mental health services, substance use disorder services and welfare to work support services for families and people of all ages in Los Angeles county. 

  • Phone Number: 626-335-5980 
  • Main Office: 1160 Grand Ave., Glendora, CA 91740 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Pasadena Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

An Outpatient Program that provides aftercare for our residential sites for individuals with substance use issues, co-occurring disorders, and those from the community who are not in need of residential care. They work with multiple housing resources around the community to provide safe, sober housing to individuals who require housing. Their services include mental health, co occurring, and substance use services. 

Prototypes 

Programs for women and families covering substance abuse, domestic violence, housing, HIV/AIDS, mental health, child welfare and family preservation and more. 

  • Phone Number: 213-542-3838 
  • Website: https://www.prototypes.org/ 
  • Main Office: 1000 N Alameda Street, Suite 390, Los Angeles, CA 90012 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

River Community Covina (A program of Social Model Recovery System) 

An Outpatient Program providing aftercare for our residential sites for individuals with co- occurring disorders and those from the community who are not in need of residential care. They work with multiple housing resources around the community to provide safe, sober housing to individuals who require housing. In addition, their Wellness Program provides long term wellness service to individuals who are looking to return to work, school, or other activities. 

Tri-City Mental Health Center

Tri-City Mental Health offers comprehensive mental health services to support each person’s goal for recovery. We believe that wellness and recovery are possible for everyone, and our services are individualized based on need. 

  • Phone Number: 909-623-6131 
  • Website: https://www.tricitymhs.org 
  • Main Office: 2008 N. Garey Ave., Pomona, CA 91767 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) Health & Wellness Center

APLA Health’s mission is to achieve health care equity and promote well-being for the LGBT and other underserved communities and people living with and affected by HIV. 

  • Phone Number: 213-201-1600 
  • Website: www.aplahealth.org 
  • Main Office: 5901 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 310, Los Angeles, CA 90036 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Alcott Center for Mental Health

The Alcott Center for Mental Health Services is a nonprofit agency providing outpatient services to adults living with mental health issues, many of whom are experiencing co-occurring substance misuse and/or homelessness. 

  • Phone Number: 310-785-2121 
  • Website: https://alcottcenter.org 
  • Main Office: 1433 S. Robertson Bl. Los Angeles, CA 90035 
  • Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, and Farsi 

Amanecer Community Counseling Services

Our clients range in age from toddlers to teens and emancipated youths to seniors. In addition to mental illness and behavioral disorders, our clients are challenged by poverty, food insecurity, neighborhood violence, immigration issues, domestic abuse, substance abuse, lack of education and employment opportunities, and language barriers. Many are monolingual Spanish-speaking. 

  • Phone Number: 213-416-1106 
  • Website: https://amanecerla.org 
  • Main Office: 1200 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90017 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Asian Pacific Counseling & Treatment Center (APCTC)

APCTC is the very first mental health center in Los Angeles County specifically developed to meet the unique needs of rapidly increasing numbers of Asian Pacific immigrants and refugees who are in need of a wide range of mental health services. 

  • Phone Number: 213-252-2100 
  • Website: https://www.apctc.org 
  • Main Office: 520 S. Lafayette Park Place, Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90057 
  • Languages Spoken: Vietnamese, Korean, Thai and English 

Benefits Assistance Clients’ Urban Project (BACUP)

BACUP is a consumer-run mental health wellness program whose purpose is to promote recovery for people with mental illness in an environment free of stigma and full of hope. BACUP offers a client-run drop-in center that provides peer support, groups and activities such as arts and crafts, and assistance securing benefits. BACUP promotes wellness, recovery, and self-determination through peer support, SSI/SSDI benefits assistance, and community and family engagement. 

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services has provided free mental health, substance use disorder and suicide prevention services since 1942. Dedicated to serving communities where stigma or poverty limits access, Didi Hirsch helps more than 150,000 children and adults from 10 locations and 100 schools throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties each year. Our Suicide Prevention Center is the nation’s first and an international leader in training, research and crisis services. 

  • Phone Number: 888-807-7250 
  • Website: https://didihirsch.org 
  • Main Office: 4760 S. Sepulveda Boulevard Culver City, CA 90230 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Downtown Mental Health Center

The agency provides mental health services, employment services and welfare-to-work support services in the Downtown area of Los Angeles. 

  • Phone Number: 800-854-7771 
  • Main Office: 529 S. Maple Ave., Los Angeles 90013 
  • Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, and Korean 

Gateways Community Reintegration Program and Conditional Release Program 

The CRP Program provides voluntary residential, daycare and outpatient treatment to men and women between the ages of 18 and 59 who have a history of mental illness and recent involvement with the criminal justice system. Primary funding is provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. Clients are required to pay for some of their own services. 

Hollywood Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health and welfare-to-work services for adults in the Central Health District, in Hollywood and surrounding communities. 

  • Phone Number: 323-769-6100 
  • Main Office: 1224 N. Vine St., Los Angeles 90038 
  • Languages Spoken: English, Armenian, Farsi, Spanish, Russian and Korean 

Hollywood Mental Health Wellness Center

Must be referred by Hollywood Mental Health Center 

  • Phone Number: 323-671-2600 
  • Main Office: 5000 Sunset Blvd., 6th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90027 

Northeast Mental Health Center 

The center provides mental health services for adults welfare-to-work support services mentally/emotionally disturbed persons who live in the Northeast Health District which includes Lincoln Heights, Highland Park, El Sereno, and parts of Glassell Park. 

  • Phone Number: 323-478-8200 
  • Main Office: 3303 N. Broadway, 3rd Fl., Los Angeles 90031 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

The People Concern (OPCC and Lamp Community)

One of Los Angeles County’s largest social services agencies, The People Concern was formed in 2016 in a merger of two trusted social service organizations based in Los Angeles County, OPCC and Lamp Community. Informed by more than fifty years of work in the community, The People Concern is a leading provider of, and advocate for, evidence-based solutions to the multi- faceted challenges inherent in homelessness and domestic violence. 

Santa Monica Services 

The Access Center program is outreach and street medicine teams and serves as the primary entry point for homeless and no income men, women and families. The Access Center provides mental health services, medical care, case management, benefits assistance and a broad range of engagement and basic living services (including meals, clothing, mail service, showers, laundry and lockers). 

  • Access Center 310-450-4050 
  • Main Office: 503 Olympic Blvd. SM 90404 

Interim Housing (Daybreak, Safe Haven, SAMOSHEL & Turning Point) 

Safe Haven, SAMOSHEL, and Turning Point provide interim housing and supportive services for homeless men and women, and Daybreak provides services specifically for homeless, mentally ill women. Services include: outreach and engagement, interim and permanent housing services, mental healthcare, medical care, benefits assistance, substance abuse interventions and life skills programs. 

  • Daybreak 
    • Phone Number: 310-450-0650 
    • Main Office: 1751 Cloverfield Blvd, SM 90404 
  • Safe Haven 
    • Phone Number: 310-883-1222 
    • Main Office: 1751 Cloverfield Blvd, SM 90404 
  • SAMOSHEL 
    • Phone Number: 310-450-4050 
    • Main Office: 505 Olympic Blvd., SM 90404 
  • Turning Point 
    • Phone Number: 310-828-6717 
    • Main Office: 1447 16th St., SM 90404 

Sojourn 

Sojourn serves victims of domestic violence and offers a full range of services that are confidential and free-of-charge. A 24-hour hotline with peer counseling, crisis intervention, safety planning, education on domestic violence and resource referral support and information, crisis & second stage shelter, support groups, legal clinic and court advocacy, DV 101 classes, Safe-at-Home enrollment, the youth provide basic obedience training leading to adoption of the dogs. 

  • Phone Number: 310-264-6646 x 228 
  • Hotline: 310-264-6644 
  • Main Office: 1453 16th St, SM 90404

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services has provided free mental health, substance use disorder and suicide prevention services since 1942. Dedicated to serving communities where stigma or poverty limits access, Didi Hirsch helps more than 150,000 children and adults from 10 locations and 100 schools throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties each year. Our Suicide Prevention Center is the nation’s first and an international leader in training, research and crisis services. 

  • Phone Number: 888-807-7250 
  • Website: https://didihirsch.org 
  • Main Office: 4760 S. Sepulveda Boulevard Culver City, CA 90230 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Disability Community Resource Center (DCRC)

The Disability Community Resource Center (DCRC) helps people living with disabilities maintain self-sufficient and productive lives through non-residential peer support services and training programs We work together with persons living with any type of disability, including: developmental, hearing, learning, mobility impaired, physical, psychiatric, substance abuse, traumatic brain injury and visual disabilities. DCRC provides advocacy, case management, independent living skills training, housing and other support services . DCRC offers peer-to-peer support and peer-led support groups. 

  • Phone Number: 888-851-9245 
  • Website: www.dcrc.co 
  • Main Office: 12901 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Edelman Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health services and employment services for adults with mental/emotional disturbance in the Santa Monica and westside of Los Angeles. There are geographic restrictions. 

  • Phone Number: 800-854-7771 
  • Main Office: 11080 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles 90064 
  • Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, Russian, and Farsi 

Life Adjustment Team

The Life Adjustment Team was established in 1977 as a private psychiatric outpatient care service offering a practical approach to assisting people with mental illness to live independently in the community. The Team offers goal-directed wraparound case management with a staff of masters level and licensed clinicians, providing one to one support in the home, community, school and workplace. 

The Team also provides free consultation services for families who need assistance to help family members access treatment as well as a mental health Intensive Outpatient Program which is in network with most insurance providers.

  • Phone Number: 310-572-7000
  • Website: www.lifeadjustmentteam.com 
  • Main Office: 4551 Glencoe Ave., Suite 255, Marina del Rey, CA 90292

Ocean Psychological Services 

The services we offer include: Outpatient Counseling, Medication Management, Day Treatment Services for Adults and Youth; Child and Adolescent Services; Family/Caregiver Support, Residential Services, Therapeutic Foster Care, Outreach Services, Ocean Academy, a Therapeutic School 

Olympic Center, Los Angeles (a program of Didi Hirsch)

Services provided: Outpatient therapy for children, teens, adults, older adults and families, Bereavement groups; suicide attempt support groups; crisis services. 

  • Phone Number: 424-362-2900 
  • Main Office: 10277 West Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Pacific Asian Counseling (PAC) Services

Our mission is to enrich the lives of children and families through counseling and caring. We provide culturally sensitive and language specific services with expertise in the immigrant Asian Pacific Islander populations. As of July 2011, there were over 10 million inhabitants in the County of Los Angeles. APIs are about 15.5% of the total and are reported as the fastest growing ethnic population. Many of our clients are refugees or immigrants who have suffered greatly to reach this country. 

  • Phone Number: 310-337-1550 
  • Website: https://www.pacsla.com 
  • Main Office: 8616 La Tijera Blvd., Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90045 

Providence Saint John’s Child and Family Development Center

Comprehensive range of outpatient (including community, home & school based) mental health services, case management, and community outreach services for children and young adults (age 18-24) and their families who may be struggling with various issues including behavioral, emotional and/or social challenges; Birth to 5 mental health services for the young child and Specialized Adult Services which are limited to specific populations. Mental Health interventions include diagnostic assessment, individual/family therapy, psychological and psychiatric evaluations and medication management as needed. Specialized programs include the Therapeutic Preschool which provides day treatment services; and Adult Services which are limited to Mental Health Services for Developmentally Disabled individuals. 

South Central Health and Rehab (SCHARP)

The mission of Southern California Health and Rehabilitation Program (SCHARP) is to provide quality mental health and social services to vulnerable populations in South Los Angeles. These communities include individuals impacted by mental illness who may be homeless, have substance use disorders and/or who interface with the criminal justice systems. 

  • Phone Number: 310-631-8004 
  • Website: https://scharpca.org 
  • Main Office: 2610 Industry Way, Lynwood, CA 90262 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Step Up on Second

Step Up delivers compassionate support to people experiencing serious mental health issues, and persons who are experiencing chronic homelessness, to help them recover, stabilize, and integrate into the community. Through dynamic partnerships, we provide positive social and learning environments, vocational training, permanent supportive housing opportunities, and recovery services to empower individuals to cultivate lives of hope and dignity. We exercise innovative leadership and advocacy to increase public understanding, support, and acceptance of all people living with serious mental health issues. 

  • Phone Number: 310-394-6889 
  • Website: https://www.stepup.org 
  • Main Office: 1328 Second Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401-1122 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior – Spanish Speaking Psychosocial Clinic

Though the SSPC patient population comprises all levels of acculturation, most are primarily Spanish speaking or bilingual. Referrals come from within the UCLA Medical Center, as well as from clinics and community based agencies in the greater Los Angeles region. The outpatient clinic is staffed by culturally competent, bilingual mental health professionals within the disciplines of psychiatry, psychology and social work who have extensive knowledge of Latino cultural issues related to immigration, acculturation, ethnicity, class, socioeconomic status, language, cultural practices, traditions and beliefs that impact the psychological functioning of Latino individuals and families. Patients span the full range of psychiatric diagnostic categories and are provided treatment in a variety of modalities, including individual, conjoint and family psychotherapy, as well as pharmacotherapy. 

UCLA – Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior Women’s Life Center at the David Geffen School Of Medicine 

The Women’s Life Center at The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is an outpatient program devoted to assessing and treating women with psychiatric conditions associated with hormonal challenges and reproductive life events. The Women’s Life Center at the UCLA Semel Institute and Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital offers a supportive and effective approach to mental health treatment during the special phases of a woman’s life: Pre-pregnancy consultations for women with psychiatric conditions requiring psychiatric treatment, including psychiatric medications, Psychiatric conditions associated with pregnancy and postpartum (including breast- feeding), Miscarriage and pregnancy loss, Infertility, Assisted reproductive technology, Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) and premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and Perimenopausal mood and anxiety disorders. Treatments offered include consultation, short-term psychotherapy, medication management. All consultations, evaluations and treatments at the Center are performed by a faculty of professionals with expertise in women’s mental health 

Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services Outpatient Clinic

The Outpatient Clinic at Vista Del Mar provides comprehensive psychotherapy services to children and adolescents from birth to young adulthood who may be struggling with social, emotional, behavioral, learning challenges and/or developmental disabilities. The clinic accepts Medi-Cal and offers a sliding scale for private-pay. Programs include: Outpatient therapy including Evidence Based Programs, Field-based and School-based mental health services, Specialty in 0-5 services for children exposed to trauma, Child-Parent, Psychotherapy, Therapeutic Behavioral Services, Psychological assessments, Other services at Vista Del Mar include Wraparound, residential treatment for children ages 8- 18, adoptions, Home-SAFE, and a non-public school serving LD, SED, and children with autism. 

  • Phone Number: 323-937-4856 
  • Website: www.vistadelmar.org 
  • Main Office: 3200 Motor Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90034 

West Area Opportunity Center (WAOC)

DUI & Drug Diversion & Testing and anger management. Outpatient substance abuse counseling and parenting program offering positive alternatives. 

Wise and Healthy Aging

WISE & Healthy Aging is a private, non-profit organization that provides a wide variety of social services for older adults, age 50 and older, and their families. The organization is the result of a merger in 2007 of WISE Senior Services and Center for Healthy Aging. Services include advocacy through the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, Elder Abuse Prevention, In-Home Services, including comprehensive mental health services. Peer Counseling and community resource referrals and caregiver support services are also available. 

Alafia Mental Health Institute

The agency provides mental health services for youth up to age 25 in Los Angeles County. 

  • Phone Number: 323-293-8771 
  • Website: https://www.cihssinc.org/alafia 
  • Main Office: 555 W. Redondo Beach, Ste. 204, Gardena, CA 90248 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

APLA Health

  • Gleicher/Chen Health Center Phone number: 323-328-9900 
  • Website: www.aplahealth.org 
  • Address: 3743 S. La Brea Ave. Los Angeles, CA. 90016 

Augustus F. Hawkins Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health services and welfare-to-work support services, primarily for adults and children who live in South Central Los Angeles and surrounding communities. Most services are restricted to adults who live in the Southeast Health Region and parts of the San Antonio Health Region; this area includes Compton, South Central Los Angeles and Willowbrook. 

  • Phone Number: 310-668-4272 
  • Main Office: 1720 E. 120th St., Los Angeles CA 90059 
  • Languages Spoken: English, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish, Swatowese, Tagalog, American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN)

Compton Child and Family Services Clinic 

  • Phone Number: 310-668-6605 
  • Main Office: 921 E. Compton Blvd., Compton, CA 90221 

Compton Mental Health Center

The center provides employment services and mental health services for adults with mental/emotional disturbance, who live in Compton, Huntington Park, Lynwood, Maywood, Paramount, South Gate, Vernon, and parts of Carson. 

  • Phone Number: 800-854-7771 
  • Main Office: 921 E. Compton Blvd., First Fl., Compton, CA 90221 
  • Languages Spoken: Cantonese, English, Mandarin, Spanish, Tagalog, American Indian/Alaskan Native 

Exodus Recovery, Inc., Administrative Offices

  • Exodus Recovery Full Service Partnership Program (Intensive Outpatient Program) 
    • Serving adult populations between the ages of 26-59 
    • The Exodus Full Service Partnership Program (FSP) is an intensive adult program designed to work collaboratively with a client to provide services both in the community and at the program site. The program will provide the services necessary to help seriously mentally ill individuals live successfully in the community rather than in hospitals, jails, institutions or on the streets. FSP program staff focuses on doing “whatever it takes” with available resources to help clients meet their individual mental health recovery goals. Services provided include medication support, case management, individual and group counseling and therapy, housing placement and support, substance abuse treatment, employment and educational support, peer support and linkage to community resources, including healthcare. 
  • Exodus Recovery – Westside Urgent Care Center (Walk-In Crisis Stabilization Program) 
    • The Exodus Recovery Urgent Care Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for any psychiatric emergencies. It is an alternative to inpatient hospitalization and will provide immediate crisis intervention and stabilization. Depending on the needs of the client, our interdisciplinary treatment team is prepared to offer a full spectrum of psychiatric treatment services, including linkage to crisis housing, shelter beds, sober living, community-based outpatient program services and inpatient treatment for mental health or substance abuse. 
      • Intake Line: 800-829-3923 
      • Main Line: 310-253-9494 
      • Main Office: 11444 W Washington Blvd, Suite D, Los Angeles 90066-6024 
  • Westside UCC Crisis Transition Team (Care Coordination Program)
    • The Crisis Transition Team is located within the UCC and consists of a Crisis Transition Coordinator who works to link persons with mental health issues and complex needs to the indicated level of services needed to achieve recovery. This team provides intensive case management for up to 60 days following discharge from the UCCs to ensure stabilization. Exodus Recovery Crisis Residential Treatment Program (CRTP) (Residential Crisis Services Program) 
      • The Exodus Crisis Residential Treatment Program is a 12-bed licensed social rehabilitation facility providing crisis services for individuals with severe mental illness. This program focuses on the evaluation and reduction of an individual’s psychiatric distress and the building of needed skills and resources to support individuals in remaining as independent as possible in the community. 
        • Phone Number: 424-384-6130
        • Main Office: 3754-3756 Overland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90034 
  • Exodus Recovery Psychiatric Health Facility (PHF) 
    • The Exodus Psychiatric Health Facility (PHF) is an adult, 16-bed locked, LPS designated PHF providing services to acutely mentally ill, ambulatory, voluntary and involuntary patients requiring inpatient hospitalization for treatment of their mental illness. Services provided in a safe and therapeutic recovery-based milieu include the following: assessments, medication evaluation and management, structured program and individual / group therapies as well as patient centered treatment planning. The treatment philosophy at Exodus PHF is based on the premise that all individuals have the potential to rehabilitate and to make choices about their environments for living, learning, working and socializing. Treatment concentrates on symptom reduction and stabilization, and on preparation for discharge, with linkage to other community resources. All services are provided under the direct supervision of a psychiatrist. The staff includes licensed mental health professionals (nurse practitioners, psychologists, social workers, marriage & family therapists), and nursing staff as well as a host of paraprofessionals. 
    • Phone Number: 310-237-0454 
    • Main Office: 9808 Venice Blvd., 3rd Floor, Culver City, CA 90232 Phone Number: 310-945-3350 
    • Website: www.exodusrecovery.com 
    • Main Office: 9808 Venice Blvd, Ste 700 Culver City 90232 

Kedren Community Health Center

Kedren’s vision is to eliminate health disparities for children, youth, adults, and families in South Los Angeles by creating access to care irrespective of one’s ability to pay. Kedren is committed to promoting well-being by enhancing the quality of life through best practices in healthcare delivery. 

  • Phone Number: 323-233-0425 
  • Website: https://www.kedren.org/ 
  • Main Office: 4211 South Avalon Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90011 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Pacific Clinics

Pacific Clinics supports individuals and families in over 50 locations across Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties. With free, low-cost and sliding scale fee services for children, youth, transitional age youth, adults, and older adults, we are here for Southern Californians at every stage of life.

  • Phone Number: 323-290-4357 
  • Website: pacificclinics.org 
  • Main Office: 800 S. Santa Anita Ave., Arcadia, CA 91006 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

West Central Family Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health services and welfare-to-work support services for adults who live in the Los Angeles area. 

  • Phone Number: 323-298-3680 
  • Main Office: 3751 Stocker St., Los Angeles CA 90008 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

Alma Family Services

Alma provides mental health services which are functionally integrated within community health facilities and domestic violence programs in the greater East Los Angeles and San Gabriel communities including The Wellness Center at the Historic General Hospital Center in Boyle Heights. Child and Family Development programs include the Child Abuse Prevention – Early Intervention Program for Children with Developmental Disabilities, Centro Estrella Family Resource Center, Preschool Center, Socialization and Community Integration Training, Family & Peer Support and a unique Aquatics Center with programs for children, adolescents, adults and older adults with special needs 

American Indian Counseling Center

The center provides mental health services for Native Americans of all ages.

  • Phone Number: 562-402-0677 
  • Main Office: 17707 Studebaker Rd., #208, Cerritos CA 90703 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

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 

ENKI – East LA Mental Health Services Commerce

  • Phone Number: 323-725-1337 
  • Main Office: 1436 Goodrich Blvd., Commerce, CA 90022 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Pacific Clinics

Pacific Clinics supports individuals and families in over 50 locations across Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties. With free, low-cost and sliding scale fee services for children, youth, transitional age youth, adults, and older adults, we are here for Southern Californians at every stage of life. 

  • Phone Number: 626-254-5000
  • Website: pacificclinics.org 
  • Main Office: 800 S. Santa Anita Ave., Arcadia, CA 91006 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Rio Hondo Health Center

  • Phone Number: 562-402-0688 
  • Main Office: 17707 South Studebaker Rd., Cerritos CA 90703 
  • Languages Spoken: Spanish and Arabic 

Roybal Family Mental Health Center Children’s Clinic

  • Phone Number: 323-267-3400 
  • Main Office: 4701 East Cesar E. Chavez Ave., 2nd Fl., Los Angeles, CA 90255 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

San Antonio Mental Health Center

The center provides mental health services to children, adolescents and their families and welfare to work supportive services for adults who are referred through the DPSS/CalWORKS program. The service area is the San Antonio Health District which includes Bell, Bell Gardens, Cudahy, Downey, Huntington Park, Maywood, Paramount, Santa Fe Springs, South Gate and Vernon. 

  • Phone Number: 800-854-7771 
  • Main Office: 2629 Clarendon Ave., Huntington Park, CA 90255

1736 Family Crisis Center Westside Mental Health Services

24-hour crisis and suicide hotline services, intake and shelter screening for victims of domestic violence; Human Sex Trafficking and At-Risk Youth, ages 10-12, and LAPD DART (Domestic Abuse Response Team) program provider: on-scene immediate crisis response and emergency assistance through ride-along with LAPD. Bilingual/bicultural (Spanish) and other language interpretation available. 

  • 1736 Everychild Foundation Emergency Shelter and Youth Program 
    • 24-hour crisis and suicide hotline services and confidential emergency shelter for youth, ages 10-17, individual, family and group counseling and psychotherapy, case management, job development and education services.
      • 24/7 direct to shelter: 310-379-3620 
  • 1736 Street Outreach and advocacy team 
    • For ages 12-22: Responding to emergent and non-emergent calls from community partners to meet the youth on the streets and help provide referrals, resources, guidance and services to runaway, homeless and street youth, under age 22, who have been subjected to, sexual abuse, prostitution, sexual exploitation and severe forms of trafficking in persons. This team works days/nights and one weekend day. 
    • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Del Amo Hospital

The outpatient psychiatric programs at Del Amo are designed to treat those who would benefit from treatment services within a highly structured and supervised setting, but they don’t necessarily need inpatient care. 

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

  • Adult Services 
    • Comprehensive adult mental health services–including extensive community-based case management, medication support, group, individual and family therapy, peer support, advocacy and housing assistance, TAY, adult and older adult services, and CalWORKs mental health services. Bilingual/bicultural (Spanish and Farsi) and field-based services available. 
  • Substance Use Services 
  • Community Engagement and Navigation Services (CENS), which provides substance use assessments to determine the most appropriate level of care recommendation. Referrals and linkage to substance use treatment programs are provided. Adults only. 
  • Youth Substance Abuse Services, Out-patient prevention and treatment services for youth ages 12-21 who meet medical necessity for a substance use disorder or those who are at risk for a substance use disorder. Services are provided on-site and approved field-based school sites. 
  • Adult Substance Abuse Services, Out-patient substance use treatment services for adults who meet medical necessity for a substance use disorder and are determined to be appropriate for out-patient services. 
  • Phone Number: 888-807-7250 
  • Website: https://didihirsch.org 
  • Main Office: 4760 So. Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City 90230-4888 

Exodus Recovery Full Service Partnership (FSP)

The Field Capable Clinical Services Program (FCCS) is a moderately intense adult outpatient program for those mentally ill clients who are able to actively pursue recovery based goals such as supported employment, education, stable housing, medication and symptom management and family and social skill building. FCCS program staff focus on working with the client and community partners to develop and provide a wide range of recovery focused services. This program puts the individual and their family, if applicable, at the center of their recovery journey, supporting opportunities for growth according to a person’s goals. The FCCS program is conducted both in the community and at the program site and offers medication support, case management, individual and group counseling and therapy, housing placement and support, substance abuse treatment, employment and educational support, peer support and linkage to community resources, including healthcare. 

  • Phone Number: 310-792-5454 
  • Website: https://www.exodusrecovery.com 
  • Main Office: 923 South Catalina Ave., Redondo Beach, CA 90277
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center

Los Angeles Mental Health Services outpatient and inpatient services to patients. Mental Health and Dual Diagnosis emergency psychiatric service to patients. 

  • Phone Number: 424-306-4000 
  • Website: https://www.harbor-ucla.org 
  • Main Office: 1000 W. Carson Ave., Torrance, CA. 90509 
  • Languages Spoken: Translation for all languages available 

Long Beach Asian Pacific Mental Health Program

The clinic provides mental health services and welfare-to-work support services for people of all ages in Los Angeles County. 

  • Phone Number: 562-346-1100 
  • Main Office: 410 E. Pacific Coast Hwy., Suite #600, Long Beach, CA 90804 
  • Languages Spoken: Cambodian, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Phillipino, English and Spanish 

Long Beach Child and Adolescent Clinic

  • Phone Number: 562-599-9271 
  • Main Office: 2600 Redondo Ave., 6th Floor, Long Beach, CA 90806 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Long Beach Mental Health Services Adult Clinic

  • Phone Number: 562-559-9271 
  • Main Office: 2600 Redondo Ave., 3rd Floor Long Beach, CA 90806 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Mental Health America Wellness Clinic (MHA)

MHALA staff have training to provide a range of wellness and resilience services. These may include workshops or individual counseling aimed at helping members develop or augment skills in areas such as communication, financial management, stress management, or daily living skills. Assisting our members to expand their social networks and integrate into their communities is a key objective. 

  • Phone Number: 562-285-0149 
  • Main Office: 830 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach, CA 90813 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

Mental Health America Village Integrated Service Agency

MHALA also has two mobile teams that provide intensive street services to individuals identified as the most vulnerable experiencing homelessness. Staff on these teams engage in street outreach to provide mental health, physical health, substance abuse, housing, benefits, employment/education and case management assistance. These teams continue to provide ongoing care to many of these members as they transition to housing and other services. 

  • Phone Number: 562-437-6717 
  • Main Office: 1955 Long Beach Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90806 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

San Pedro Mental Health Center

This center provides mental health services and employment services for adults who live in the South Bay.

  • Phone Number: 310-519-6100 
  • Main Office: 150 W. 7th St., San Pedro, CA 90731 
  • Languages Spoken: English and Spanish 

South Bay Mental Health Center

  • Phone Number: 323-241-6730 
  • Main Office: 2311 El Segundo Blvd., Hawthorne, CA 90250
  • Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, and sign language 

South Bay Mental Health Wellness Center

Must be referred by South Bay MHC (above). 

  • Phone Number: 323-241-6730 
  • Main Office: 2311 El Segundo Blvd., Hawthorne, CA 90250 
  • Languages Spoken: English, Spanish, and sign language
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