LIST: Teen mental health resources

Depression, anxiety, eating disorders, bullying. Teens these days face so many issues and mental health conditions. That's why ABC7 has put together a list of resources to help you and your family.

RELATED: Suicide and mental health resource page

Department of Homeland Security
Suspicious activity is any observed behavior that could indicate terrorism or terrorism-related crime. Click here to learn more about the Department of Homeland Security's "See Something, Say Something" campaign.


Girls Inc. of Alameda County
(510) 357-5515
510 16th Street, Oakland, CA 94612

Crisis Support Services of Alameda County: 24-hour crisis line

The California Youth Crisis Line
24 hour : 1-800-843-5200
Phone: (916) 514-4464

San Francisco

STOMP Out Bullying
877 602 8559

No Bully
Phone: 415-767-0070
Address: 1012 Torney Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94129

Committee for Children

Parent's Place

415-359-2443 (San Francisco)
650-688-3040 (Peninsula)
415-491-7959 (Marin)
707-303-1520 (Sonoma County)

(800) 467-6997

Santa Clara

Violence Prevention Program
1400 Parkmoor Avenue, Suite 120 B
San Jose, CA 95126
Phone: (408) 793-2700
Fax: (408) 793-2731

YMCA Anti-Bullying Resources
Project Cornerstone
80 Saratoga Ave. Santa Clara, CA 95051
Phone: 408-351-6482
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EMQ Child/Adolescent Mobile Crisis Program
24- hour: 408-379-9085 1-877-412-7474
24-hour, mobile crisis intervention service for Santa Clara Country children and adolescents under age 18 in acute psychological crisis. It provides multilingual (Spanish, Vietnamese, Hindi, Farsi, French, Telegu, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, American Sign Language, Hebrew, and German), community-based intervention, evaluation, and links children and families with other community agencies for long term care and assistance.

Contact Cares Teen Crisis Line
Bill Willson Center's health, relationship, crisis, and information referral line for teens and young adults. This is a dispatch service that connects the caller directly to needed services, including emergency treatment and transitional housing.

24-Hour Teen Hotline

National Youth Crisis Hotline


The National School Safety Center
805 373 9977

Social Advocates for Youth
24 hour emergency hotline : (888) 729-0012
Phone: (707) 544-3299
2447 Summerfield Rd. Santa Rosa, CA 95405

National Youth Crisis Hotline
(800) 442-HOPE (4673)

Sonoma County Crisis Stabilization Unit

Bullying can take a toll on teen mental health. If you or your loved ones are dealing with suicidal thoughts or mental health issues, click here for some organizations that offer help and hope.

Click here for tips on how to "Choose Kindness" where you live.

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