CALL OR TEXT 988 (24/7, free & confidential support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress)


Behavioral Health Services, Inc. Family Recovery Center
514 West Pacific Coast Highway, Long Beach, CA 90806 Phone: 562-432-0713

Behavioral Health Services is a not-for-profit community-based healthcare organization providing medical services, substance abuse, mental health, drug-free transitional living, housing for women with HIV, and prevention services for the local community. Has prevention programs for older adults, geriatric case management, and home care services for frail elderly and disabled adults.

Center for Aging Resources – Heritage Clinic (626) 577-8480

Nonprofit organization whose mission is to enhance the behavioral health and quality of life of older adults and their families. Their clinical staff includes licensed and waivered psychologists, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, social workers, marriage and family therapists, care coordinators/case managers, supervised clinical interns and mental health rehabilitation specialists.

City of Long Beach Mental Health Resources Mental Health Matters 562.570.4246

City of Long Beach Mental Health Resource Guide

Dignity St. Mary’s Passages Program  (562) 685-9890

If you’re 55 or over, and suffer from confusion, sadness, the loss of a loved one or independence, decline in health and other emotional problems, we can help you or your loved ones as they transition in life. The St. Mary Medical Center Passages staff understands and can help.

Field Capable Clinical Services for Older Adults 562-599-9280

FCCS provides specialty mental health services, provided by multi-disciplinary teams of professional, paraprofessional and volunteer providers who have received specialized training preparing them to work effectively with older adults. The services are designed to meet the unique biopsychosocial needs of older adults ages 60 and above in settings that are often preferred by older adults such as in their home or at a senior center.

Insights – Independence at Home 866-421-1964

Mental health program that provides therapeutic services to older adults and their caregivers to help recipients to be healthier and happier. Insights therapists help caregivers and care recipients to cope with their feelings, which can help improve their physical well-being too. Services are delivered via telephone calls, video chats or in-person. Insights is available at no cost.

Long Beach Asian Pacific Islander Family Mental Health (562) 346-1100

Long Beach Police Department Mental Evaluation Team (MET) (562)435-6711

The Mental Evaluation Team consists of sworn officers who are partnered with clinicians from the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (DMH). MET provides additional resources to patrol by responding to and handling calls involving the mentally ill and homeless.

LA County Department of Mental Health Older Adults 24/7 Helpline: 1-800-854-7771

Countywide Full Service Partnership (FSP) Administration Service Area Navigator Contacts and Impact Unit Coordinators. Provides 24/7 staff availability to help those experiencing emotional, housing, physical health, transportation, and other needs to help them remain living independently in the community.

LA County Department of Mental Health Genesis Program (213) 351-7284 

GENESIS/ FACTS is a field-based mental health program for older adults age 60 and up. This program falls under our Resilience Recovery Reintegration model. Teams of social workers, nurses, and case managers provide services including resource linkage, nursing assessments, and psychotherapy in clients’ homes. We also have medical providers on staff that can engage and treat client’s through tele-psychiatry. Our program is tailored to those older adults who have challenges accessing these services in their local clinic due to mobility issues or other factors that hinder access.

La Casa Psychiatric Health Facility 562-630-8672

La Casa Mental Health Rehabilitation Center (MHRC), operated by Telecare Corporation, is a 190-bed program providing assistance to adults with serious mental illness. La Casa offers evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation for individuals who would otherwise be in a state hospital or acute care facility. multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals prepares a treatment plan with each individual. A wide range of treatment approaches allows individuals to explore their potential and to work toward their personal recovery goals. La Casa provides training in social skills and community living, along with therapeutic and activity groups.

Mental Health America Los Angeles 562-285-1330 info@mhala.org

MHALA unites the public and professionals, people with mental illness and their parents to advance acceptance and achievement for people with mental illness. Our services for adults and young adults are built on a recovery foundation of hope, empowerment, self responsibility and meaningful roles. Through our workforce development and training efforts, we train professionals in recovery and prepare the mental health workforce of tomorrow. We work at all levels to ensure that people with mental illnesses have a voice.

MHALA Wellness Center 830 Atlantic Ave, LB (562) 285-0149 info@mhala.org

Pacific Asian Counseling Services PACSLA (562) 424-1886

Nonprofit organization in Los Angeles dedicated to healing people with mental illness through counseling and caring. The agency serves people of all ethnicities but we are especially proud of our expertise with refugee and immigrant Asian Pacific Islander populations. The staff strives to be linguistically diverse and culturally sensitive. Our clients are MediCal eligible or low-income. PACS is here to help people overcome emotional challenges so they can lead productive and meaningful lives.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 Dial: 988

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, across the United States. The Lifeline is comprised of a national network of over 150 local crisis centers, combining custom local care and resources with national standards and best practices. Chat available also via the website.

Stars Behavioral Health Mental Urgent Care Center  (562) 548-6565

Stars Behavioral Health’s BHUCC in Long Beach features two separate 24-hour psychiatric urgent care facilities. One part of the facility is for 12 adults and another accommodates up to six adolescents. Both feature a 24-hour nursing staff along with mental health therapists. The BHUCC also includes a Crisis Walk-In Center (CWIC) where clients can be evaluated and receive medications on a short-term basis until they’re connected to on-going psychiatric care. The BHUCC includes quiet rooms, therapy rooms, a nurses’ station, a doctor’s office, and a client kitchen. Referrals are also made for housing and for other services.

Trevor Project (866) 488-7386 or text 678-678

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth. The website offers several ways to connect to trained volunteer such as chat, text, Instagram, as well as information on community resources.

US Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration

UCLA Gambling Studies Program 310-825-4845

The UCLA Gambling Studies Program is devoted to understanding pathological gambling, its causes, natural history, cultural factors, and the obstacles to successful treatment. The mission of the program is to translate research findings into cost-effective, evidence-based methods of prevention, education, and treatment. A direct result of this work will be a reduction in the individual and societal damages caused by pathological gambling.