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Suicide Prevention Month Resources 2023

As part of September Suicide Prevention Month efforts, CYBHI has developed an updated collection of youth suicide prevention resources that are posted on the CalHHS Youth Mental Health Resources Hub.

California Health and Human Services Resources

📢 If you're feeling anxious, hopeless or have thoughts of suicide, you’re not alone. 📲Call, text or chat 988, 24/7 or visit the link below to get immediate help 👇

Talking about your feelings takes courage & it also builds hope. 💪 From talking to someone close to you or someone who is trained, help is available. This #SuicidePreventionMonth, check out curated resources from @Cal_HHS. ⤵️ -prevention-resources/

Understanding the warning signs of suicide can transform lives. If someone shares that they are having thoughts of harming themselves, it’s important to listen. Find lifelines, curated resources & more from @Cal_HHS below: -prevention-resources/


Westminster Family Resource Center

(714) 903-1331

Parent Education, counseling, domestic violence education and intervention, emergency assistance programs and links to many resources to meet family needs.


Boys and Girls Club of Westminster

(714) 379-0097

After School Programs, homework assistance, parenting programs


Abrazar, Inc. Community Center

(714) 893-3581

Services for seniors, transportation, employment training, youth program, support groups, food distribution, and more


Vietnamese Community of Orange County

 (714) 839-4441

Counseling, parenting classes, referrals to many other resources


Free Quit Smoking & Vaping Services in Orange County



Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (CAT)

Call OC Links 24/7 at 855-625-4657

They will do an assessment if you are concerned for your child’s immediate safety.

(Medi-cal provider)

If you are concerned for your child’s immediate safety, you may contact the CAT team for a safety assessment and a team member will come to your home for an evaluation. You may also take him/her to the nearest Emergency Room.


Orange County Health Care Agency

Behavioral Health Services and Clinics

(855) OC-Links (625-4657)


Children and Youth Behavioral Health (CYBH) 

Provides a broad range of services for behaviorally, emotionally or mentally disordered children and adolescents which include evaluation, therapy,medication management, crisis intervention and collateral services to parents and families. Referral for hospitalization or residential treatment, consultation to schools and other agencies, coordination with private and public services and case management for those placed in hospitals or other 24-hour settings are also provided. CYBH services are provided through outpatient clinics, residential programs, crisis services, full service partnerships (FSP), and specialized services. 

Behavioral Health Services - Provides a culturally-competent and client-centered system of behavioral health services for all eligible county residents in need of mental health care and/or treatment for alcohol and other drug abuse.

Medical Services - Coordinates emergency medical care, and contracts essential medical services for patients for whom the County is responsible.