The City provides the following for informational purposes only and does not support or endorse any of these resources.
Organizations to Call for Support
Need help locating a therapist? Contact the
Looking for mental health treatment or resources?
Looking for domestic violence support?
National Domestic Violence Helpline (visit for live chat services)
Are you or a loved one are looking for support with drug or alcohol recovery?
If you need Narcan, please reach out
National hotline providing immediate crisis counseling for people experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster.
Text HOME to 741741
Anxious about COVID-19? Reach out to a Crisis Counselor.
Resources from Riverside Trauma Center
Click below for tips on positivity!
Resources for Finding Help
|Find Behavioral Health Services||Information on Grief and Loss- William James|
|Mental Health Telehealth Tips||NAMI Mental Health Coping Strategies|
|Resource Guide on Mental Health||Get Moving at Home!|
Resources for Teens and Kids
Depression awareness: teen depression fact sheet (Spanish)
Apps for mental health and wellbeing
|Mindfulness||Calm||Happify||Talkspace||Headspace||Three Good Things (Happiness)|
|Strava (running)||Map My Run (running)||Stop, Breathe, Think|
|Apps for Children||Breathe, Think, Do (with sesame)||Smiling Mind||DreamyKid||Breathing Bubble|
"COVID-19: We Must Care for Older Adults Mental Health"- Christine Moutier, MD, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
"Supporting Your Mental Health While Navigating Change"- Doreen Marshall, PhD, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
"Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty"-Doreen Marshall, PhD, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
"Why getting sleep is more important right now"- Michael Breus, PhD, Psychology Today
"It's ok to be human: 6 Mental Health Tips for coping" - Karyl McBride, PhD, Psychology Today
"That discomfort you're feeling is grief."- Harvard Business Review