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Orange County mental health professionals, agencies, and resources all in one place.
Project Youth OCBF is proud to serve over 1,500 Orange County youth each year. Our strategic plan includes positioning Project Youth OCBF as a one-stop center for integrated prevention and intervention services that offer juvenile crime diversion
1605 E. 17th Street
Santa Ana, 92705
No-Cost Services, Sliding Scale Services
OCAPICA Project HOPE provides no-cost mental health services [short-term counseling, resources, presentations, etc.] to children and adolescents ages 0-18 (and families) who are at-risk or currently experience mild/moderate mental health symptoms.
12912 Brookhurst Street, Suite 480
Garden Grove, 92840
Access California Services provides culturally and linguistically competent wrap-around health and human services.
631 S. Brookhurst Street, Suite 107
The Recovery Education Institute (REI) is an academic program for adults living with mental illness or live with family with a mental illness. REI provides college general education classes, humans services certifications, GED study preparation, ESL
401 S. Tustin St., Bldg. B.
Because I Love You (BILY) meetings are a safe, confidential place for parents of any age child (adult or minor) to receive help with family issues. BILY provides the tools needed to regain control and peace in your home.
San Clemente, 92673
NAMI Orange County conducts free educational programs, meetings and support groups throughout the county at no-cost. We provide virtual events, mentorship and advocacy for families and individuals affected by mental health.
1810 17th St.
Santa Ana, 92705