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Department Address 
2221 Argonne Ave
Long Beach, CA 90815

Phone 
(562) 986-6870 x.242

Fax
(562) 985-0524

Mental Health Resources

Where to get help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 

  • Call or text the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988. www.988lifeline.org 
  • Call 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255). 
  • Text HOME to 741741 to access the Crisis Text Line. 
  • Trevor Project (LGBTQ+): 866-488-7386,  Trevor Project Website
  • SandyHook Promise-Say Something Anonymous Reporting System,  Say Something Website

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For All Students 

  • All schools TK-12 have access to credentialed school counselors and school psychologists.
  • All middle and high schools have access to Wellness Centers that are staffed with credentialed school social workers, school counselors or school psychologists
  • All students and their families can access confidential referral to providers through a warm line referral.  Referrals can be requested by school staff or through self referrals by contacting: Care Solace Website 
  • Wellbeing Course for Teens: 6-week course offered through the California Department of Education. The lessons along with short weekly ‘happiness homework’ assignments will ultimately prepare youth to put these scientific findings into practice.
    Registration is free at  The Science of Well-Being for Teens

For students at select sites

Thirty-two (32) elementary and middle schools have access to Family Resource Centers (FRC). 

Visit the FRC Website

The 32 schools include:
Addams, Barton, Chavez, Dooley, Edison, Grant, Holmes, King, Lincoln, McKinley, Garfield, Hudson, Oropeza, Roosevelt, Signal Hill, Smith, Webster, Whittier, Willard, Franklin, Hamilton, Hoover, Jefferson, Lindbergh, Lindsey, Marshall, Nelson, Powell, Robinson, Stephens, Washington, EPHS

For Medi-Cal Eligible Students

School-based Mental Health (SBMH) - Most schools have access to SBMH providers that can be accessed through a referral from the school counselor and or school psychologist. They include:

The Guidance Center Starview Solutions
Occupational Therapy Training Program (OTTP) ChildNet
Pacific Asian Counseling Services (PACS) For The Child

 

ERMHS - When students have an Individual Education Program (IEP), students may also be eligible to receive Educationally Related Mental Health Services (ERMHS). The IEP team determines if this service is necessary and appropriate for the student in order to access their education.

For Families

  • All parents of middle and high school students have access to talk with Wellness Center staff about caring for their students.
  • All students and their families can access confidential referral to providers through a warm line referral.  Referrals can be requested by school staff or through self referrals by contacting: Care Solace Website
  • Black Mental Health program connects uninsured Long Beach Black residents experiencing negative mental and emotional health status to FREE, high-quality culturally affirming mental health services Long Beach Black Mental Health Program Providers

For Staff

  • Employee Assistance Support in Education-EASE-EASE is an assessment and brief counseling service to employees of LACOE member districts and their families. In addition, EASE provides consultation to managers and supervisors on dealing with emotional issues in the workplace. To communicate with EASE, call the 24/7 access line 1-800-882-1341. LACOE EASE Website 
  • LBUSD provides health benefits to employees that include access to mental health. Details of available benefits can be explored here: LBUSD Benefits Website
  • All staff of middle and high school students have access to consult with Wellness Center staff about various ways to support their students.  
  • All staff can access confidential referral to providers through a warm line referral.  Referrals can be requested by school counseling staff or through self referrals by contacting: Care Solace Website 
  • Staff that are charged with supporting students’ mental wellbeing and health are trained annually on the following: suicide prevention and assessment, threat assessment, providing students with multi-tiered interventions, bullying prevention, sexual harassment, discipline & other means of correction, transformative social emotional learning

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Community Crisis Recovery/Grief Therapy/Support Groups for all  

The Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center 
Phone: 562-985-1366 
Email: LBTRC@csulb.edu 
Office Hours: M-F 8am-5pm 
Address: 1045 Atlantic Ave. Suite 801 Long Beach CA 90813 

English Flyer PDF    Spanish Flyer PDF 

The Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center does not provide emergency services of any kind.  


New Hope Grief Support Community 
3505 Long Beach Blvd. Suite 2C
Long Beach, CA 90807 
Contact by Phone or Email: 
562-429-0075 or support@newhopegrief.org  

Grief and Loss Support Recorded Workshop

New Hope presentation: “The Impact Grief and Loss on Our Children.” 

English Video   Spanish Video   Khmer Video

Mental Health Poster - Middle School
First page of the PDF file: Mental-Health-Poster-MS

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Mental Health Poster - High School
First page of the PDF file: Mental-Health-Poster-HS

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