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The Network of Care-Los Angeles County website offers mental health resources, news and information for our community.

With easy-to-navigate sections, you’ll be able to find sources of services for children, adults and families. It also has information on many mental health topics and daily updates on mental health news.  The link is


MHA’s trained Information and Assistance team provides caring, confidential help to individuals and families who are seeking services from Los Angeles County’s nonprofit and public system. We place an emphasis on assisting those who are do not have health insurance, have little or no ability to pay for services, or receive Medi-Cal.

Working one-to-one with individuals who call or e-mail us, we locate the specific kind of service they need for themselves, a family member or friend. We have a large resource listing of mental health care for adults, teens and children. Our staff help individuals with related needs such as substance abuse treatment, support groups, services for homeless people, housing resources for people with mental illness, benefits assistance and legal services. We provide information about the local National Alliance on Mentall Illness family support group meetings.

MHA has a long-standing reputation as a trusted, effective referral source. Our team assists individuals in finding help for their specific needs by listening to each caller’s problems, educating about service options and researching resources to make the right match. When needed, we make the connection with the resource on the caller’s behalf.

How to reach our Information and Assistance Team:

  • Call us

    Please call 1-888-242-2522. Push “0” for our operator and we’ll connect you to our English or Spanish speaking team member.

    Our hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. We encourage you to leave a message during non-business hours, and we will return your call on the next business morning.

    Important: If you or the person you’re seeking help for is having an emergency, please call the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health’s 24-hour hotline service at 1-800-854-7771.

  • E-mail us

Please let us know how to contact you and how we can help.

Your Name:
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Tell us about the problem or the kind of mental health care you are seeking:

Please make sure we have your phone number or email address before submitting this request.


Mental Health America of Los Angeles   Administration Offices
100 W.Broadway, Suite 5010   Long Beach, CA 90802-2310
888-242-2522, ext. 225

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