Low Cost Mental Health Resources

This is an ever-growing list of low-cost mental health resources meant to increase access for those that we may not be able to serve or need specialized support. You will find links and/or phone numbers to these providers along with other relevant information. Please take note of the emergency information below.

Emergency

IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY SUCH AS PHYSICAL ABUSE, HOMICIDAL OR SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AND/OR ACTIONS,
CALL 911 OR GO TO YOUR NEAREST EMERGENCY ROOM.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline Lifeline: 1-899-273-8255

San Bernardino County Access Line: 1-888-743-1478

​​Los Angeles County Access Line: 1-800-854-7771
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Orange County Crisis Prevention Hotline: 1-877-727-4747

Riverside County HELPLine: (951) 686-4357

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For All

Open Path Collective Available in office and online. Rates: $30-$80

Special Populations

Actor's Fund  Supports all in the performing arts on and off the scene in theater, film, television, radio, music, dance, opera, and the circus. Provides referrals to mental health providers family with industry issues and accept commonly used health network plans and/or offer sliding scale rates. Financial assistance may also be available. Available nationwide.

Loveland Foundation - Financial assistance to support Black women and girls in accessing therapy services for 4-12 sessions. 

Sims Foundation Low to no cost mental health care for professional musicians. Available nationwide.

Therapy Aid Coalition Four free or short-term low-cost therapy sessions for Coronavirus Essential Workers or those who have lost their homes, are displaced and those in evacuation zones in California and Colorado.

Victims of Crime​ If you have been the victim of a crime your mental health care costs may be eligible for compensation.

San Bernardino County

Los Angeles County

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Riverside County