Mental Health & Crisis Resources
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS IN CRISIS, PLEASE CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY.
2-1-1 is a FREE 24-hour information and referral link linking to thousands of local health and human service programs in the Orange County area, including help in times of disaster to help those affected find recovery assistance. If you or someone you know needs help, dial 2-1-1 for confidential support in 150 languages
Orange Unified Bullying Prevention Handbook’s policies and practices.
Care Solace is an online resource with a live 24X7 concierge line meant to assist individuals in finding local mental health related programs and counseling services.
The OC Warm Line:
Non-crisis, caring support for anyone struggling with emotional/mental health challenges.
Children’s Support and Parenting Program (CSPP) Services:
Psychoeducation groups for parents and caregivers with school-aged children.
(714) 480-4678 | www.ochealthinfo.com
National Institute of Mental Health (NAMI):
Helpline and family resources and groups for those affected by mental illness.
1 (800) 950-NAMI (Helpline) www.namioc.org
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Center:
Santa Ana Services: Crisis line, outreach and survivor support services for family members of a person who committed suicide.
(714) 547-0855 https://didihirsch.org/services/
More than 20 free programs and services are offered to low-income families through our locations in Orange County. The programs help support families in different situations to develop long-term solutions.
Monday-Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm. Closed weekends and holidays.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Hours: Available 24 hours.
Languages: English, Spanish.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Organization with local chapters for suicide prevention movement.
Didi Hirsch Mental Health & Suicide Prevention
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services has provided free mental health, substance use disorder and suicide prevention services since 1942.
Coalition to Support Grieving Students
Provides resources and to the school community to help and care for grieving students.
The Dougy Center – The National Center for Grieving Children and Families
Through the use of peer support groups, education, and training provides a safe place for children, teens, young adults, and their families who are grieving a death to share their experiences.
(866) 775-5683 | www.dougy.org
What is social-emotional learning (SEL)?
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
Click Here to print or download the five core competencies of social-emotional learning.