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THE SAN DIEGO ACCESS AND CRISIS LINE
TDD/TTY Dial 711
Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. The San Diego Access and Crisis Line serves as a suicide prevention/intervention hotline. It provides mental health crisis intervention and information and referral to mental health services in San Diego County, including referrals to mental health care professionals who accept Medi-Cal and those who do not have health insurance. It also provides information and referral to County Drug and Alcohol treatment and recovery services for adults, adolescents and pregnant and parenting women who are receiving Medi-Cal or who do not have health insurance. Calls are FREE and answered by trained professionals. Service is available in multiple languages.
NAMI SAN DIEGO
NAMI supports people with mental illnesses and their families by helping them find coping mechanisms for their daily struggle with brain disorders. They also educate people who have mental illness, their families, and the general public about mental illness with the goal of dispelling ignorance and stigma.
San Diego: (858) 634-6580
Oceanside: (760) 722-3754
MY3 is a free, suicide prevention app for iPhones and androids. MY3 allows you to identify 3 people you would call if you ever started to have suicidal thoughts. It also can connect you to your local crisis line via National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and/or 911. Please take a moment to download the app and preprogram your San Diego Access and Crisis Line 888 724-7240 as your local crisis line.
THE TREVOR PROJECT
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.
YELLOW RIBBON SUICIDE PREVENTION PROGRAM SAN DIEGO CHAPTER
Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention Program is a community-based program primarily developed to address youth/teen/young adult suicide (ages 10-25) through public awareness campaigns, education, and training.