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In Case of Emergency and Crisis
In case of mental health emergencies, call a crisis hotline, suicide hotline, 911, or any of the following resources. As a general rule, it might be a good idea to have on hand the mental health emergency number for your county and your preferred all-hours crisis hotline.
Links below subject to change and are provided for general information only. Alexander Yoo, LMFT assumes no responsibility as to their content, accuracy, or the privacy policies of the agencies listed. Resources are provided for informational purposes and do not constitute endorsement.
Los Angeles County operates the LACDMH Help Line (ACCESS) 24/7 at 800-854-7771 through which it deploys Psychiatric Emergency Teams (PET) and Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams (PMRT) for mental health emergencies (see https://dmh.lacounty.gov/get-help-now/ and https://dmh.lacounty.gov/our-services/countywide-services/).
What is the mental health emergency number for your county? What is your preferred all-hours crisis hotline?
- The Los Angeles 24-hour Crisis Hotline at (800) 854-7771
- Your local county Psychiatric Emergency (Response) Team (PET/PERT)
- The Trevor Project at (866) 488-7386 and www.thetrevorproject.org for LGBTIQ youth
- 24-hour crisis intervention numbers (based on county) – https://mhsoac.ca.gov