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Los Angeles LGBT Center

(323) 993-7500

The Los Angeles LGBT Center offers individual, couples, family, and group therapy, as well as psychiatric care. We operate one of the few programs to assist LGBT people involved in domestic and intimate partner abuse and violence. Our programs to combat substance abuse include a renowned outpatient program for those who want to stop or reduce substance use.

Los Angeles LGBT Center

  • 1118 N. McCadden Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90038, US

Hear you

(833) 432-7968

HearYou.org offers secure video counseling at a flat fee of $85 per 50-minute session, which is nearly half the cost of a typical counseling session. Promote self-care, positive coping strategies for stress management, and reduce the effects of anxiety/worry, low mood, and grief. Our counselors aren’t just experienced, they’re subject to our rigorous standards of excellence. They’re not here to “solve your case” and move on. They’re here to listen. To be authentic. And most importantly, to care.
SCCC provides comprehensive counseling services at rates based on your ability to pay. We believe everyone should get the care they need, at rates they can afford, for as long as they need counseling. We value and respect every person, honoring their history, cultural values and community context. We envision and work to create empowered communities where mental health care is a right, not a privilege.   Mental health services are provided in two locations: Mid City- 5615 W. Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90019 Watts-10950 S. Central Ave Los Angeles, CA 90059

Masada Homes

(310) 715-2020

Masada Homes is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting emotional wellness throughout our community. We strive to offer comprehensive and accessible mental health and social services to children, youth, adults and their families. Masada is committed to supporting the well-being of those we serve. We understand that developing life-long skills for improving and preserving emotional health is critical to the success of an individual. Our staff is highly trained and equipped to offer our clients the vital tools to improve the quality of their lives. Over the years Masada has added services and locations to keep up with the demand for innovative and accessible treatment programs. Masada now provides a complete range of community-based mental health services to children, adults and families.

Masada Homes

  • 108 West Victoria Street, Gardena, CA 90248,

The Guidance Center

(562) 595-1159

The Guidance Center provides comprehensive mental health treatment to our community’s most disadvantaged children and their families struggling with mental illness and abuse, leading them toward a positive and productive future. The Guidance Center envisions a community where all children have the help they need to be healthy and happy. We provide quality mental health services for children ages 0-18 at school, in the home, and at our clinics. At your child’s first appointment, you’ll both meet with a member of our staff who will walk you through the paperwork and complete the necessary forms to start treatment. Then, your child will meet with a therapist who is matched with your child based on their individual needs and will support them through treatment.

The Guidance Center

  • 222 W. Sixth Street, Suite 230, San Pedro, CA 90731,

The Christian Closet

(206) 999-8439

The Christian Closet is an online therapeutic resource for people who are trying to work out what it means to have a LGBTQI sexual identity, or gender identity within a Christian context. What we do is meet with people from all over the world via the web as they begin to explore who they are and how this identity can co-exist beautifully with a faith and relationship with God. As we’ve done this work what we’ve found is that journeying with a LGBTQI Christian therapist, coach, or spiritual direction provides a unique opportunity to work through issues of faith, church trauma, questions about God and the Bible, as well as navigating the muddy waters of dealing with non-affirming friends and family. It’s okay to have doubts, wonder about what the Bible really says about being queer and explore God’s leading in your life. Our hope and goal is for you to become more fully alive, happy and healthy.

Alcott Center

(310) 785-2121

The Alcott Center offers comprehensive outpatient mental health services to underserved adults 18+, who receive Medi-Cal or have no health benefits. In most instances, mental health services are available at no cost, or, depending on your income, very little cost. Services are provided in office as well as in the field, depending on the need. Under its mental health programs, the agency also provides intensive, wraparound services for those referred to its Full-Service Partnership (FSP).

Alcott Center

  • 1433 S Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035, US

Airport Marina Counseling Service (AMCS) provides accessible community based mental health services and provides quality training to therapists. AMCS is a nonprofit, community-based mental health clinic that has been serving the greater LAX region since 1962. From its opening in 1962 to now, AMCS has continued to grow and expand it programs and services. Today, we serve hundreds of individuals, children and families and couples weekly, and our services are provided on a sliding-scale basis. As affordable mental health resources become more difficult to find, more people living further away from AMCS depend upon its services. Though we have no geographical boundaries, the Clinic currently serves the greater LAX area including Westchester, El Segundo, Culver City, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Marina del Rey, Playa del Rey and Venice, Santa Monica, Torrance, South Los Angeles and extended areas of Los Angeles County. AMCS offers comprehensive therapeutic services to individuals, children and families, couples and older adults, many of whom would otherwise have little access to counseling. Open seven days a week, Airport Marina Counseling Service provides an array of successful programs, both at the Clinic and off-site, to meet the needs of people of all ages

Airport Marina Counseling Service

  • 7891 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045, US

Here at CCHC, Your Health is Our Mission. CCHC serves as a medical home to a diverse population, including low-income and underserved individuals and families. CCHC gladly serves a large immigrant population including Latino, Armenian, and Asian populations. CCHC opens its doors to patients from all demographics and cultures. We are excited to accommodate individuals from all walks of life and to ensure everyone gets the health and wellness services they need. CHCC provides behavioral health and access to social services because this can play an important role in one’s overall health. CCHC has Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs) available at each site. CCHC’s primary care providers work closely with the behavioral health providers to ensure a coordinated plan of care. Services are intended to meet the patient where they are in their ability to manage their health.

Comprehensive Community Health Centers

  • 801 South Chevy Chase Drive suite 250, Glendale, CA 91205,

Occupational Therapy Training Program (OTTP) provides outpatient behavioral health services to children, families and adults throughout Los Angeles County. Since 1975, OTTP clients have thrived on the principles of occupational therapy which empowers individuals to achieve independence and meaning in their daily lives. By bringing together different scopes of practice--psychotherapy, occupational therapy, psychiatry and case management--OTTP has created a unique, and effective, interdisciplinary model that has helped transform the lives of thousands.

Occupational Therapy Training Program

  • 19401 South Vermont Ave, Torrance, CA 90502, US

Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health provides an array of mental health and supportive services for clients who live with serious mental illness. Services provided include: assessment, therapy, medication, case management/brokerage, crisis intervention, and other supportive services.

Long Beach Mental Health Center

  • 2600 Redondo Ave. 3rd floor, Long Beach, CA 90806, US

United Friends of the Children empowers current and former foster youth on their journey to self-sufficiency through service-enriched education and housing programs, advocacy, and consistent relationships with a community of people who care. The Pathways program is an 18-36 month program for emancipated youth who are at risk of homelessness. We offer a safe place to live, and dynamic and comprehensive services, providing youth with the necessary life skills and emotional support to build a thriving adulthood.

United Friends of the Children

  • 1055 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1550, Los Angeles, CA 90017, US

The People Concern

(310) 450-4050

The People Concern believes no one should have to live on the street or in a violent household. Our staff, volunteers and those we serve work together to address the effects of homelessness, poverty, mental and physical illness, abuse and addiction. Our programs empower the most vulnerable among us to improve their quality of life – housed, healthy and safe – and become active participants in the community. We also work to educate the broader community and improve public policy.

The People Concern

  • 2116 Arlington Ave. Suite 100, Los Angeles, 90018,

Project Return Peer Support Network is a unique mental health nonprofit where staff utilize lived experience to support and serve others with mental health challenges. Project Return Peer Support Network’s diverse programs are on the cutting edge of peer provided services and are designed to support people at various places in their recovery process. They are person-centered, strengths-based and hope-inspired to ensure that people have a blanket of support that assists them in achieving a happier, more peaceful life

Project Return Peer Support Network

  • 2677 Zoe Ave - Suite 304, Huntington Park, California 90255, US

The mission of Helpline Youth Counseling (HYC) is to help build individual, family, and community health, well-being, prosperity, and equity. HYC serves clients and community members with trauma-informed, strength-based prevention, early intervention, education, and treatment services. HYC is a nonprofit community organization that provides counseling, education, treatment, and support services to low-income, at-risk children, youth, individuals, and families in Southeast Los Angeles County and Long Beach.

Helpline Youth Counseling Services

  • 14181 Telegraph Rd, Whittier, CA 90604

The mission of the early founders was to assist Cambodian refugees in Southern California in acculturating to life in America, while preserving the Cambodian culture, customs, and values. During its first years, CAA operated on the resources of its members out of a garage with little assistance from outside funding sources. Even so they were successful in providing translation, transportation, and acculturation classes to newly arriving refugees; in advocating for the rights of Southeast Asians on a local and national level; in assisting over twenty Cambodian associations in establishing throughout the U.S.; and in participating in a national cluster project relocating newly arriving refugees throughout the U.S. AA has expanded services to serve non-Asian groups, including Hispanics, African Americans, and Caucasians. Each year over 1,500 people receive direct services from CAA. Our outreach education programs reach over 3,000 people per year.

Cambodian Association of America

  • 2501 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, California 90806, US

Safe Refuge

(562) 987-5722

Safe Refuge is known for offering a complete continuum of care: from residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment to helping clients ultimately gain employment so that they may retake control of their lives. At Safe Refuge, we believe everyone deserves the chance to recover from addictions to alcohol or drugs and so our programs are open to the population at large – not just those financially able to fund their own recovery. We also serve clients with combined mental health and addiction issues (co-occurring disorders).

Safe Refuge

  • 1045 Redondo Avenue, Long Beach, California 90804, US

Jewish Family Service LA

(818) 505-0900

We all face challenges and transitions in our lives, and when we do, we must be able to count on the strength of community for support. 

For the people of Los Angeles, Jewish Family Service LA is that trusted source of support. We are a comprehensive network of services that welcomes individuals and families of all ages and identities to our full spectrum of care. 

Our highly trained staff and volunteers work closely with individuals and their loved ones to problem-solve and guide them on their paths to safety, security, wellness, and fulfillment. 

Everyone deserves to live a healthy and satisfying life on their own terms. If you need support—or have support to give—connect with Jewish Family Service LA today.

Jewish Family Service LA

  • 330 N. Fairfax Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90036

Jenesse Center, Inc.

(323) 823-2229

Founded in 1980, Jenesse Center is a nonprofit domestic violence intervention and prevention organization with a resolute mission: to restore, and provide trauma informed, culturally responsive, holistic, comprehensive services to survivors and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence, and to advance prevention modalities to sustain healthy and safe communities free of violence.   Jenesse works locally, nationally and globally to shine a light on violence against women, girls, men and boys and advocates the basic human right for all people to have peace in their homes and relationships.  Jenesse’s culturally sensitive programs and services not only transition families from crisis to self-sufficiency, but transforms the lives of its clients and the community at large by offering education, referrals and resources that go beyond shelter.

Jenesse Center, Inc.

  • P.O. Box 8476 Los Angeles, CA 90008