MHALA DURING THIS TIME OF CRISIS AND CHANGE

Mental Health America of Los Angeles opposes racism and discrimination in all forms. We commit to working for equality, inclusion, access, health, and safety for all members of our community. We stand in solidarity with the Black and African American community, and we acknowledge the enormous hurt and destruction that has come from discrimination, racism, and violence in our society. MHALA works to support our staff, those we serve, our partners, and our larger community during this extraordinary time of effort to bring about equity and justice.

MHALA DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Your Best Life
Starts Here.

Mental Health America of Los Angeles
helps individuals with mental health needs,
including transition-age youth, Veterans and their families,
and those who may be struggling with homelessness. 

Get To Know MHALA

For nearly 100 years, we have led the charge in mental health service innovation, training, and advocacy.

Services & Programs How Can We Help?

Our Annual Impact

10,484

individuals served

545

members secured employment

6,776

members helped through outreach

90%

of members who received intensive employment training obtained jobs