Crisis Services in Sacramento County

Student Resources

SCOE-recommended resources for students in crisis, assembled by the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) Prevention & Early Intervention department.

  • California Department of Education Help for Students in Crisis—Resource guide for addressing mental health during distance learning
  • National Suicide Prevention Line—24/7 crisis line
    1 (800) 273-TALK (8255) or 1 (800) SUICIDE
  • The Trevor Project—24/7 suicide prevention hotline for LGBTQ youth
    1 (866) 488-7386
  • Sacramento Suicide Prevention Hotline
    (916) 368-3111
  • Crisis Text Line—24/7 crisis counseling
    Text HOME to 741-741
  • Consumer Operated Warm Lines—Peer guided social and emotional support, Monday-Friday (9 a.m.–5 p.m.)
    Consumer Operated (916) 366-4668
    National Warm Line (855) 642-6222
  • 2-1-1 Sacramento—Information and referral services
    (916) 498-1000 or 211
  • Mental Health Access Team—To request mental health services
    Monday-Friday (8 a.m.–5 p.m.)
    (916) 875-1055
  • The Source—24/7 urgent response by phone, text, or video chat
    Call or text: (916) 787-7678
  • Hope Cooperative—Mental health and supportive housing
    (855) 502-3224
  • ADS System of Care Youth Group—Youth substance use support group
    Monday-Friday (1–2 p.m.)
    Conference Call: (916) 876-4100, Conference ID: 2329150
  • Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic—Monday-Friday (10 a.m.–8 p.m.; last walk-in at 7 p.m.), Saturday and Holidays (10 a.m.–6 p.m.; last walk-in at 5 p.m.)
    2130 Stockton Boulevard, Building 300, Sacramento, CA 95817
    (916) 520-2460
  • California Surgeon General’s Playbook: Stress Relief for Caregivers and Kids during COVID-19 (PDF)—A practical guide for caregivers on managing stress

General

  • Emergency (24 hours)
    911
  • Adult Mental Health (M–F, 8–5)
    (916) 875-1055
  • Child Mental Health (M–F, 8–5)
    (916) 875-9980
  • Mental Health Crisis (24 hours)
    (916) 732-3637
  • Alcohol and Other Drugs (M–F, 9–4)
    (916) 874-9754
  • Elder Abuse Reporting (M–F, 8–5)
    (916) 874-9377
  • Child Abuse Reporting (24 hours)
    (916) 875-5437
  • Domestic Violence (WEAVE) (24 hours)
    (916) 920-2952
  • Shelter/Housing (24 hours)
    (916) 498-1000
  • Financial and Medical Aid (M–F, 8–5)
    (916) 874-2072
  • Youth and Family Crisis Counseling (NAC) (24 hours)
    (916) 875-0560
  • Suicide Prevention (24 hours)
    (916) 368-3111
  • Additional Referrals in Sacramento
    (916) 498-1000 or 2-1-1
    TDD: (916) 779-3591

 

Last Modified: 6/12/20