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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

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
This is a general processing group for girls in grades 6-8. Common goals include creating a safe space to process adversities, develop social relationships, and create healthy life skills with other peers. The group is open enrollment and will cap at 7 or 8 members. The group fee is $60/session billed monthly. Please reach out with any additional questions.

Middle School Girls’ General Processing Group

  • 2200 Pacific Coast Highway Suite 219, Hermosa Beach, California 90254, 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

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,

Two Chairs Therapy

(415) 202-5159

Research shows that a strong client-therapist relationship is the key to great therapy, so we’ve invested in perfecting the match. At Two Chairs, 98% of clients are happy with their first match! That's because unlike other providers, Two Chairs takes time, human to human, to get to know exactly what clients need. Clients spend 45 minutes with a licensed expert trained extensively in matching people to the right therapist. They ensure nuanced needs and preferences are understood, and that goals align with our therapists' specialties. With over 170 therapists, nearly half of whom are BIPOC identifying, a quarter speaking another language, and delivering care in over 90 different specialties and 35 modalities, we are certain we can get clients the help they deserve. In addition to making sure we match clients with the right therapist, we check in regularly to help them reflect on different aspects of their mental health. Fluctuation is expected and normal, but we are committed to helping every client feel better faster. How do we know it's working? We measure! 80% of clients report symptom reduction in anxiety or depression in just 12 sessions! We offer support across our beautiful clinics in California and Washington, as well as through teletherapy.

Shannon Schneider, LCPC

(217) 383-0151

Call us at (217) 383-0151 and schedule your free 30-minute consultation, for relationship counseling, couples counseling, marriage counseling, eating disorder counseling, school anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder therapist, substance abuse, depression, grief counseling, academic difficulties, trauma, self-harm, teenage difficulties and many more.

Shannon Schneider, LCPC

  • 3362 Big Pine Trail, Suite A, ,IL Champaign, US

Morningland Community

(562) 433-9906

Morningland Community provides a sanctuary of peace that is open to all – a futuristic approach to the ancient arts of yoga. Visitors and members gain balance, confidence, security, and overall well-being. A comprehensive technique of deep awareness and self-realization through healing relieves suffering physically, emotionally, and mentally, connecting one to a greater purpose.

Morningland Community

  • 2600 East 7th Street, 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

Women Shelter of Long Beach is here to help. All of our services are free and confidential. If you need immediate assistance including safe housing, please call our 24-Hour confidential hotline at 562-437-4663 (562-437-HOME) to speak to one of our trained domestic violence advocates. Advocates are standing by ready to provide you with help, support, safety planning, and resources. Call the Domestic Violence Resource Center at 562-437-7233 if you are in need of counseling, referrals, and help to leave an abusive relationship, or if you have already escaped. All WSLB services are inclusive: all victims of domestic violence, including women, men, teens, children, and individuals in same-sex relationships are welcome at WSLB. Services are provided in English and Spanish.

Women Shelter of Long Beach

  • 4201 Long Beach Boulevard, Long Beach, California 90807, US

Angel Step Inn

(323) 780-4357

Angel Step Inn is a safe, confidential home for victims of domestic violence, who may or may not have a history of consuming alcohol and/or drugs. We assist all victims of intimate partner violence regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability, with or without children. Our shelter holds approximately 30 people at a time and is staffed 24-hours a day to offer security and comprehensive support services to residents. Our shelter is a homelike atmosphere that encourages privacy and peace for healing from intimate partner abuse. Our shelter has five bedrooms, one community living room, a large dining area and two children’s playrooms. Our carriage house, which is also located on the property, provides two additional bedrooms, a kitchen, a living, room and a shared bathroom If you are unsure about to do or how to leave a violent relationship, call our 24-hour Crisis Line at (323) 780-4357.

Angel Step Inn

  • 11500 Paramount Boulevard, Downey, California 90241, US

The Women’s and Children’s Crisis Shelter (WCCS) is a non-profit organization providing free emergency services to men, women and their children who are victims of domestic violence. Our confidential 45-day stay emergency shelter offers a safe and secure place of refuge and recovery for victims of domestic violence and their children. Our entire continuum of on-site provisions consists of food, clothing, hygiene items, support groups, parenting classes, one-on-one counseling, case management, legal, financial and medical advocacy, transportation, and children’s program including an on-site school for shelter children.

House of Ruth

(877) 988-5559

House of Ruth has been providing life-saving domestic violence services for residents of eastern Los Angeles and western San Bernardino counties since 1977. Participation in House of Ruth programming is open to all battered women, men, and their children. All of House of Ruth’s programs are free of charge. There is no discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, age, language, disability, religion, national origin, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or sexual orientation.
Since 1979, Interval House has worked passionately to develop innovative programs that have been recognized with over 500 awards, including six Presidential Awards and five Governor's Awards, citing Interval House as a "model" domestic violence program to the nation. Interval House provides comprehensive domestic violence services and specialized housing programs in over 70 different languages to individuals and families in Los Angeles County and Orange County.
Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence is a nonprofit community-based organization dedicated to the philosophy that every individual has the right to live free from violence or the threat of violence. Our Mission is to empower individuals and families to live free from domestic abuse and build partnerships with communities to end domestic violence.

Su Casa- Ending Domestic Violence

  • 3750 East Anaheim Street, Long Beach, California 90804, US

Provide quality, strength-based mental health services to children. Help children achieve success at school and in the community. Strengthen and empower family relationships by fostering hope, wellness, and resiliency Transition Age Youth (TAY) programs provide an array of mental health and supportive services for Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (SED) and Severe and Persistently Mentally Ill (SPMI) youth ages 16-25. TAY programs focus on a number of priority populations to receive these services, along with a specific emphasis on outreaching and engaging TAY who are currently unserved and underserved.

Long Beach Child & Adolescent Clinic

  • 2602 Redondo Avenue, Long Beach, California 90806, US

Heritage Clinic

(626) 577-8480

Heritage Clinic provides mental health services for adults 55+ and some at younger ages who are physically challenged or are caregiving for an older adult. Mental health services, case management, and medication support. Counseling and psychotherapy services are provided to promote healing and wellness for adults 55 and over who are struggling with a stressful life event, loss, or trauma. Full-Service Partnership provides extensive treatment for individuals diagnosed with a severe mental illness that requires support for their emotional, psychiatric, physical, and housing needs.

Heritage Clinic

  • 3939 Atlantic Avenue, Long Beach, California 90807, US