Mental Health Resources

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Suicide Hotlines and Helplines

  • 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
  • Each Mind Matters Warm Line: Feeling overwhelmed? Text COURAGE to 741741. FREE, 24/7, Confidential
  • OC LINKS – Behavioral Health Information & Referrals 1 (855) OC-LINKS (625-4657)
  • Didi Hirsch 24-hour Suicide Prevention Crisis Line/Southern California Suicide Prevention Center 1 (877) 727-4747
  • National Hopeline Network 1 (800) SUICIDE (784-2344)
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1 (800) 273-8255
  • 24/7 Crisis Line for People with Disabilities 1 (800) 426-4263
  • NAMI Warmline OC Call or text: (714) 991-6412 | Toll Free (877) 910-9276 | 24/7, 365
  • The LA Warmline Toll Free 10 p.m.–6 a.m. (855) 952-9276
  • The Trevor Project: 1 (866) 488-7386 Provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people ages 13-24
  • Veteran’s Crisis Line: 1 (800) 273-8255 Connects veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.
  • TTY National Suicide/Crisis Line for hearing and speech impaired 1 (800) 799-4889
  • OCAPICA (12 free sessions, Garden Grove) Resource for winter break, since mental health counseling at Cypress College is not available during winter break. All OC residents have access to this resource. See the calendar of virtual workshops.

RAD Care & ProtoCall Resources (After Hours/Weekend)

RAD Care

Reach Out. Ask for Help. Do Something.

Reach Out
Talk to someone.

  • Call the CC Health Center to schedule an appointment. Mental Health counseling available: (714) 484-7361
  • Text the Crisis Text Line by texting COURAGE to 741741
  • Call, text, or chat the OC WarmLine at (714) 991-6412
  • Call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: Dial 988, Text 1 (800) 273-8255 (TALK), or visit
  • Call 211 or and for directory to health and human resources
  • Call (714) 484-7361 for after hours and weekend Crisis Response from ProtoCall

Ask for Help
Talk to a trusted person about how to get help. Be open about what you are going through.

Do Something
Do the smallest thing, make that call, let this be a small success that starts you back on the path to health.

Mental Health Counseling & Health Resources

Mental Health Counseling

Mental Health Counseling is also available through the Cypress College Health Center by calling (714) 484-7361.


Click the button below for various health resources.

For resources related to the campus and COVID-19, click the button below.

Mental Health Clinics

Asian Pacific Counseling & Treatment Center
11050 East Artesia Blvd., Suite F
Cerritos 90703 (in Los Angeles County)
(562) 860-8838

The Center Orange County (LGBT)
1605 N. Spurgeon Street
Santa Ana 92701
(714) 953-5428

Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center (LBTRC)
1045 Atlantic Ave., Suite 801
Long Beach, CA 90813
(562) 985-1366

2035 E. Ball Road, Suite 100-C
Anaheim, CA 92843
(714) 517-6100

OCAPICA (12 free sessions)
12912 Brookhurst St., Suite 410
Garden Grove, CA 92840
(714) 636-9095

OCCREW (Orange County Center for Resiliency, Education, Wellness)
792 Town and Country, Building 3
Orange, CA 92868
(714) 480-5100

OC PACT (Program for Assertive Community Treatment)
OC Health Care Agency & Mental Health Services
14140 Beach Blvd., Suite 223
Westminster, CA 92683
(714) 896-7566

Straight Talk Counseling Clinics
Santa Ana & La Mirada locations
(714) 828-2000

VCC The Gary Center
201 S Harbor Blvd.
La Habra, CA 90631
(562) 264-6000

FACES (Family Assessment, Counseling & Education Services)
1015 E. Chapman Ave., Suite A
Fullerton, CA 92831
Locations in Santa Ana and Laguna Hills
Also available through this phone
(714) 447-9024

Self-Care and Mindfulness Resources

NAMI OC Programs

  • Happy Hour: Time for Mental Well-Being: At a time of disconnect, Happy Hour is here to empower you and encourage you to prioritize your well-being. Join NAMI OC every month to get inspired by special guests and creatives. Sessions are free, anonymous, and meant for teens and young adults.
  • Peer-to-Peer: How to get support if you are living with a mental illness. If you are affected by mental illness, you are in a similar situation with many other individuals. Wondering how to get help? Peer-to-Peer is a 10-week program designed just for you. Classes provided at no-cost. Classes scheduled regularly. Seats are limited!  Sign up at the link above or contact (714) 544-8488.