Please note: The resources included here are not endorsed by NAMI, and NAMI is not responsible for the content of or service provided by any of these resources.

Individual or Group Counseling, Family or Couples Therapy, Child & Adolescent Counseling, Psychiatric Care, Consultation & Referrals. 

■ Phone Number: 310-670-1410 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 7891 La Tijera Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045 

The Alcott Center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the quality of life to enhance the quality of life, promote independence and empower individuals living with mental health issues to live productive and meaningful lives. General Outpatient Program including case management, medication support, crisis intervention, individual, group, couples, and family therapy offered in office or field. Group Program including independent living skills training to individuals at risk of losing housing as well as processing groups assisting in whole person wellness. Interim Residential Services Program links homeless individuals to bridge housing options while receiving wraparound mental health and case management services to promote stabilization. Prevention and Early Intervention Program provides evidenced-based, short-term mental health interventions to adults and older adults experiencing early occurrence of illness due to trauma. Pico-Robertson Health Neighborhood Project is a partnership with other social service organizations in the area, focused on improving access to care and overall community health. Housing for Health Program allows us to accept and work with referrals of homeless individuals via the Coordinated Entry System and those being diverted or released from incarceration who are already linked to a housing subsidy. Studio Arts and Social Programs consists of free, regular social activities such as trips to baseball games, field trips and Friday afternoon Pizza Parties as well as our Studio Art Program. 

■ Phone Number: 310-785-2121 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 1433 S. Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles 90035

The Medical Psychology Assessment Center (MPAC) at UCLA Semel Institute offers 3-4 practicum trainee positions per year, under the direct supervision of Dr. Patricia Walshaw, Dr. Delany Thrasher (OpMend), other MPAC affiliated faculty, and postdoctoral fellows. This clinic offers neuropsychological and psychodiagnostic assessments for adult outpatients and military veterans. Exposure to inpatient evaluations with psychiatric or surgical populations is also available. Opportunities for evaluations with children and adolescents may also be available 

■ Phone Number: 310-825-4321 

■ Website: ology-assessment-center-mpac-clinical 

■ Main Office: 760 Westwood Plaza C8-849, Los Angeles, CA 90095

The Antioch University Counseling Center (AUCC) is a community counseling center operated by Antioch University Los Angeles. The AUCC is staffed by licensed Marriage and Family (MFT) therapists and clinical psychologists, as well as MFT trainees and interns. Counseling & psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families, children, adolescents, groups. Psychotherapy services are offered to the public on a sliding scale; licensed therapists on staff may accept insurance. The clinic is not able to accept Medicare or Medi-Cal. AUCC does provide services for court mandated clients. 

Outreach Services: We provide these services to local K-12 students on their school campuses at no cost to their families; our International Counseling Center is located in West Los Angeles, serving the needs of the international community of greater Los Angeles; our Ways of Being Community Counseling provides for the needs of LGBTQIA+ individuals and families. Our partnership with the Culver City Senior Center provides on-site individual and group psychotherapy at no cost. Colors Youth program provides individual and group psychotherapy and counseling to LGBTQ youth, their families, and allies, also at no cost.

■ Phone Number: 310-574-2813 

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■ Main Office: Antioch University Los Angeles, 400 Corporate Pointe, Culver City 90230

This location has psychotherapy for individuals (children and adults). In addition, the center offers food programs, including groceries, sack lunches and senior food distribution; utility assistance; immigration processing; counseling services; adult education classes (ESL, Citizenship, GED); tutoring for adults and youth; CalFresh and MediCal application assistance; homeless programs; health screening; workshops; and holiday programs.

■ Phone Number: 310-672-2208 

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■ Main Office: 10217 S. Inglewood Ave., Lennox, CA 90304 

Adult Services:

Comprehensive adult mental health services–including extensive community-based case management, medication support, group, individual and family therapy, peer support, advocacy and housing assistance, TAY, adult and older adult services, and CalWORKs mental health services. Bilingual/bicultural (Spanish and Farsi) and field-based services available. SUBSTANCE USE SERVICES: Community 

Engagement and Navigation Services (CENS), which provides substance use assessments to determine the most appropriate level of care recommendation. Referrals and linkage to substance use treatment programs are provided. Adults only. 

Youth Substance Abuse Services: 

Out-patient prevention and treatment services for youth ages 12-21 who meet medical necessity for a substance use disorder or those who are at risk for a substance use disorder. Services are provided on-site and approved field-based school sites. 

Adult Substance Abuse Services: 

Out-patient substance use treatment services for adults who meet medical necessity for a substance use disorder and are determined to be appropriate for out-patient services. 

■ Phone Number: 888-807-7250 

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■ Main Office: 4760 So. Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City 90230-4888

Mental Health & Psychiatric Services: marriage & family counseling, ADD/ADHD treatment, substance abuse disorders, stress management, anger management, psychiatric medication. Individual & group counseling. Treatment modalities implemented by our counselors are primarily eclectic—incorporating principles from cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and problem- solving therapy, among others. Psychopharmacological treatments and psychiatric care are also available as dictated by the patient’s medical needs and treatment plan. 

■ Phone Number: 661-254-6630 

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■ Greater LA Locations include: Azusa, Hawaiian Gardens, Hollywood, Inglewood, Lawndale, Long Beach, Newhall Palmdale, Pico Rivera, Van Nuys & Venice

■ Main Office: 26460 Summit Circle, Santa Clarita, CA 91350 

■ Manchester Office: 335 E. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301 

Outpatient counseling center for infants, children, adolescents, and adults. Services include individual therapy (individual counseling for children adolescents and adults; play and art therapy for children), group therapy (couples therapy, family counseling and a variety of support groups), infant massage therapy and psychological assessments/evaluations. MediCare accepted. Sliding scale for those in need. In addition to the other services we offer, we provide a variety of psycho-educational seminars and support to schools, publications, professionals, the entertainment field, media, and other organizations. Our goal is to increase support, awareness, knowledge, and insight about a variety of topics requested by those within the community. 

■ Phone Number: 888-800-5761 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 11500 West Olympic Boulevard, Suite 578,  Los Angeles, CA 90064

Family Services of Santa Monica provides outpatient counseling and psychotherapy services for children, families, and adults at our agency and community sites. Services are available in English and Spanish. School based services are supported by the City of Santa Monica. Reflective Parenting Groups, parent workshops and topical groups are offered at the agency and community sites. Medi-Cal is accepted for children and teenagers, up to age 21 years old. RRR can be offered to qualifying children and young adults up through age 26 years old. A Sliding Fee Scale is offered for clients without Medi-Cal or private insurance. For clients with private insurance, documentation is provided for submission to their PPO insurance companies for reimbursement. 

■ Phone Number: 310-451-9747 

■ Main Office: 1533 Euclid St Santa Monica, CA 90404

Treating all issues of individuals, families and friends dealing with chronic mental or physical illness and the related caregiving needs; with grandparents who have assumed the role of parenting their grandchildren and with spiritual/existential resilience or growth. 

■ Phone Number: 424-259-1960

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■ Main Office: 8632 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Medically supervised individual & group therapy, vocational assessment, psychiatric evaluations, medication management, drug & alcohol recovery groups, process groups, art therapy, stress management, interpersonal skills & bipolar group. Inpatient and outpatient programs. 

■ Phone Number: 323-644-2000 

■ Los Angeles Mental Health Gatekeeper: 1-800-801-7886 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 1891 Effie St, Los Angeles 90026

Adult Services: 

Comprehensive adult mental health services – including extensive community-based case management, medication support, group, individual and family therapy, peer support, advocacy and housing assistance, and TAY, adult and older adult services. Bilingual/bicultural (Armenian and Spanish) and field-based services available 

Child/Family Services: 

Individual and family counseling for children, as well as private counseling. Parenting classes, medication management and case management. Outpatient services for children & families. 

■ Phone Number: 818-244-7257 

■ Main Office: 1540 E. Colorado St., Glendale, CA 91205

Free child counseling for Boys & Girls Club members. Services provided by Airport Marina Counseling Center. After school youth guidance & intervention program serving children 6-18. Athletics, homework, art, games room, social skills, Teen Center, snack, reading & tutoring program. Dance, fitness center and drama. 

■ Phone Number: 310-390-4477 

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■ Main Office: 2232 Lincoln Blvd, Venice, CA 90291

Services include Making Parenting A Pleasure Classes in English and Spanish, $25 Intake and $25 for each classes, Prevention and Early Prevention, Deaf and Hearing Impaired Services, American Indian School Life Skills, Drop In Center, Emergency Shelter, Transportation Services, Educational Skills, Social Skills, Counseling Services, Veteran Services for returning Iraq and Afghanistan Military, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), TAY ages 14-25, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression & Special Needs, ADHD. 

■ Phone Number: 310-686-8828 

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■ Main Office: 1605 West Wilshire Blvd Suite 1047, Los Angeles, CA 90015 

Adult Services: 

Comprehensive adult mental health services – including extensive community-based case management, medication support, group, individual and family therapy, peer support, advocacy and housing assistance, and TAY, adult andolder adult services. Bilingual/bicultural (Armenian and Spanish) and field-based services available 

Child/Family Services: 

Individual and family counseling for children, and private counseling. Parenting classes, medication management and case management. Outpatient services for children & families. 

■ Phone Number: 818-244-7257 

■ Main Office: 1540 E. Colorado St., Glendale, CA 91205

Aleinu Family Resource Center Intake: 

The Aleinu Family Resource Center has earned the respect and trust of the Orthodox community through culturally sensitive resources for strengthening individual and family life. The counseling center is staffed with social workers, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, and school based therapists who work together as part of our interdisciplinary team. Aleinu brings a variety of talents and expertise together to create a highly qualified team to best serve our clients. 

■ Phone Number: 310-247-0534 

New Moms Connect Program and Postpartum Support Group: 

The New Moms Connect program is designed to help new mothers and their families who are experiencing stressors and symptoms associated with Postpartum Depression by providing education, prevention, intervention and support services. New Moms Connect helps new mothers experiencing Postpartum Depression to overcome feelings of isolation, depression and stress while increasing access to community resources and strengthening their support network. This weekly group is a supportive space to meet other moms, learn baby care skills and talk about child development. The group shares personal experiences in a warm and caring environment. Support and resources are available to family members assisting them in their role of caring for a new mom who is struggling.

■ Phone Number: 310-247-0864 x 218 

JFS Counseling Services: 

Counseling, social work intervention, crisis intervention. This JFSLA program offers sliding fee counseling and services with the goal of strengthening individuals, family and community life. Services include counseling, education, advocacy, information & referral, conflict resolution, and EAP services. Professional JFS therapists provide counseling and support for adults, children, and families dealing with a wide range of issues. Services include one-on-one counseling and psychotherapy, consultation and referral, parent education, support groups, school-based counseling, and workshops on a variety of topics. At various JFS locations, counseling is available to the English, Russian, Hebrew, Farsi and Spanish speaking communities. Services are provided on a sliding fee scale and some insurance is accepted. 

■ Phone Number: 310-247-0864 

Jewish Family Service HOPE (formerly Family Violence Project): 

JFS has two 30 day crisis shelters that provide basic needs and food, crisis intervention, individual therapy, support groups, case management, legal advocacy, CalWorks client advocacy, parenting education, and a children’s program. There is also a transitional program, Hope Transitional, that provides individual therapy and group support, children’s counseling, case management, parenting classes, budgeting workshops, and housing placement assistance. Hope Counseling provides individual therapy, weekly support groups, child therapy (Trauma Focused CBT), and community outreach. 

■ 24 Hour Crisis Hotline (English): 818-505-0900

■ 24 Hour Crisis Hotline (Spanish): 323 681-2626

■ Information Line: 818-789-1293 

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■ Main Office: 8838 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles 90035

Founded in 2011, Kohan Foundation is a non-profit counseling center offering individual and group psychotherapy, on a sliding-scale basis, to adults, children (age 5+), adolescents, couples, and families Areas served include Culver City, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Ladera Heights, Marina Del Rey, Mar Vista, Santa Monica, South LA, Venice, Westchester, West L.A., and the greater LAX area. Most insurance plans, including MEDI-CAL, are accepted. Counselors speak English, Farsi and Hebrew. Areas of specialty include dual diagnosis, children and teen therapy, and couples counseling. 

■ Culver City Office: 310-968-6648 

■ Sherman Oaks Office: 424-331-9070 

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■ Culver City Office: 5601 W. Slauson Ave. #192, Culver City CA 90232

■ Sherman Oaks Office: 4419 Van Nuys Blvd, Suite #305, CA 91403

■ Tarzana Office: 18401 Burbank Blvd, Suite #210, CA 91356 

Non-profit clinic offering psychotherapy for children, adolescents, adults, seniors, singles, couples & families. One-time intake fee, sliding scale thereafter. School-based counseling and Community Circle program. Parent education. 

■ Phone Number: 310-271-9999 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 9107 Wilshire Blvd, Lower Level, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210-5518

Founded in 1924, Mental Health America of Los Angeles (MHA) (formerly the National Mental Health Association of Greater Los Angeles) is dedicated to ensuring that all people with mental illness assume their full and rightful place in the community. MHA advocates for quality care for people with mental illness, provides integrated services for adults with serious mental illness in Long Beach and Antelope Valley, and educates about mental illness to increase public awareness and improve access to care. Our Information and Assistance program provides caring, confidential help in English and Spanish to individuals seeking mental health services. MHA operates The Village in Long Beach and a Wellness Center, also in Long Beach. 

■ Phone Number: 888-242-2522 

■ Main Office: 200 Pine Avenue, Suite 400, Long Beach 90802 

Individual and family counseling for children, private counseling, and CalWORKs. Parenting classes, medication management and case management. Outpatient services for children & families; mental health services. 

■ Phone Number: 213-381-3626 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 672 S Lafayette Park Pl, Ste 6, LA 90057

Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Imago Relationship Specialist. Provides spiritually integrated individual therapy, couples therapy, premarital & marriage enrichment counseling, and individual and family therapy for major mental illness. 

■ Phone Number: 310-268-7792 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 1849 Sawtelle Blvd., Suite 540, Los Angeles 90025

Assists a concentrated number of Mar Vista/Venice youth (ages 2-18) from at-risk families in Mar Vista/Venice, with the Personal Best Program – the goal that every child complete high school and go on to post-secondary education. Homework assistance, tutoring, workshops in career planning, math, writing, science, arts; individual, group and family counseling as needed. 

■ Phone Number: 310-664-8893 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 1016 Pleasant View Avenue, Venice 90291 

The Ness Counseling Center, Inc. provides an array of comprehensive counseling services to the Los Angeles and neighboring communities and the families who reside in them. We are committed to providing the best professional counseling services by working closely with our clients and certifying agencies. 

■ Phone Number: 310-360-8512 

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■ Main Office: 8512 Whitworth Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90035

A nonprofit membership organization and training center. They provide a variety of postgraduate programs in psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy for licensed mental health professionals and distinguished academics.

■ Phone Number: 310-478-6541 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 2014 Sawtelle Boulevard, Los Angeles 90025

Open Paths offers therapeutic counseling in English and Spanish to members of the community who are unable to afford standard fees for mental health services. We assist clients struggling with a variety of mental and emotional challenges, with positive psychological support and appropriate care. Some of the services include individual, marital, child and family therapy, group therapy and parenting education. 

■ Phone Number: 310-258-9677 

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■ Main Office: 5731 W Slauson Ave Suite 175, Culver City, CA 90230 

Provides psychotherapy for individuals, couples and family members of all ages. Educational therapy for learning difficulties and play therapy for children. Psychological assessments for personal, vocational or school needs. Hrs: 9am-8pm M-F. Telephone first. Sliding scale down to $15; No Medi-Cal.

■ Phone Number: 310-568-5752 and 866-396-8970

■ Website:

■ Main Office: 6100 Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Rebecca provides an emphatic and safe environment for processing upsetting and confusing events, negative thoughts, feelings, and beliefs, misunderstandings with others, and life stressors, which may include anger management, domestic violence, trauma, post-traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, social anxiety, sexual abuse, self-harm, and parenting. Her years of experience include working with adults, youth, families, and couples, whether in a crisis situation or a desire for personal growth. With understanding, humor and creativity, Rebecca commits to helping you build on your strengths and encourage personal change and growth. Rebecca uses different modes of therapy, including talk therapy, art, music, and mindfulness 

■ Phone Number: 310-740-3127 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 2001 Barrington Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90025

Licensed Psychologist, Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology. Former professor-Columbia University. Individual, couple, and family practice in the treatment of anxiety, depression, sexual difficulties, addictions, crisis counseling, educational, and career counseling.

■ Phone Number: 424-249-3384 

■ Main Office: 10305 Almayo Ave., Apt. 302, Los Angeles 90064 

Specializes in treating all issues of family members dealing with mental illness such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, O.C.D., panic disorder, and schizophrenia. Treating all issues relating to suicide. Treating the family member that was traumatized as their child, one or both parents or a sibling were mentally ill or dually-diagnosed. NAMI Family to Family State Training teaches others how to teach the free graduate level psycho-biological Family to Family education course for families struggling with mental illness in their midst.

■ Phone Number: 310-207-3505

■ Main Office: Sharon S Dunas, LMFT Los Angeles, CA 90077

Multi-lingual 24 hour, 7 days a week, suicide prevention hotline services, individual support counseling and group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide, as well as outreach and training to the community of Orange County.

■ Phone Number: 714-547-8562 

■ Main Office: 2000 East 4th St. Suite 201, Santa Ana, CA 92705

Crisis Line open until 9pm: 323-937-1344 

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■ Main Office: 5615 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019

The Thaddeus Resource Center is a 501 c(3) non-profit organization whose purpose is to RESTORE HOPE, INSPIRE GROWTH, and EMPOWER GIRLS & WOMEN through education, life skill development, workforce training, therapy, and life coaching. 

■ Phone Number: 909-599-2111 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 2621 Damien Ave. , LaVerne, CA 91773 

Provides effective child therapy, parent counseling, couples therapy, child and adolescent therapy. Group therapy for all adults and adolescents and children. You do not need to be affiliated to UCLA open to all. Hours Monday-Thursday 8:00am-7:00pm. Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. Sliding scale fee.

■ Phone number 310-825-2305 

■ Website:

Services include Making Parenting A Pleasure Classes in English and Spanish, $25 Intake and $25 for each classes, Prevention and Early Prevention, Deaf and Hearing Impaired Services, American Indian School Life Skills, Drop In Center, Emergency Shelter, Transportation Services, Educational Skills, Social Skills, Counseling Services, Veteran Services for returning Iraq and Afghanistan Military, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), TAY ages 14-25, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression & Special Needs, ADHD. 

■ Phone Number: 310-686-8828 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 1605 West Wilshire Blvd Suite 1047, Los Angeles, CA 90015 

A nonprofit, free and low-cost community clinic providing primary care, behavioral health (including substance use treatment) and dental care to low-income people in L.A. County. Bilingual staff therapists and psychiatrists provide mental health and addiction services to Clinic patients only. All appointments are scheduled through the medical appointment line; patients will be assessed during medical visits and referred to a therapist as needed. Only homeless patients may walk-in without an appointment to be assessed, and only at the Rose Ave. location (best to be there by 7:30 a.m.). 

■ Medical Appointments: 310-392-8636 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 604 Rose Ave., Venice 90291 

The Outpatient Clinic at Vista Del Mar provides comprehensive psychotherapy services to children and adolescents from birth to young adulthood who may be struggling with social, emotional, behavioral, learning challenges and/or developmental disabilities. The clinic accepts Medi-Cal and offers a sliding scale for private-pay. Programs include: Outpatient therapy including Evidence Based Programs, Field-based and School-based mental health services, Specialty in 0-5 services for children exposed to trauma, Child-Parent, Psychotherapy, Therapeutic Behavioral Services, and Psychological assessments. Other services at Vista Del Mar include Wraparound, residential treatment for children ages 8- 18, adoptions, Home-SAFE, and a non-public school serving LD, SED, and children with autism. 

■ Phone Number: 323-937-4856 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 3200 Motor Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90034


WIN provides in-home early childhood mental health (IMH/dyadic) therapy for children and parents, as well as in-home individual therapy for parents, in conjunction with comprehensive, networked basic healthcare, early care/early intervention, social services provided by our agency partners. WIN services are free to low-income families with children prenatal to 47 months who are dealing with depression, trauma and other challenges to mental health. WIN also provides training and consultation to providers and programs serving young children throughout Los Angeles.

■ Phone Number: 424-258-0970

■ Website:

■ Main Office: 3701 Stocker St, #204, LA, CA 90008

Women’s Clinic Counseling Center is a sliding scale, non profit providing on-going counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and groups. Treatment for issues include depression, anxiety, relationship issues, life transitions, trauma, abuse recovery, addiction & recovery, eating disorders, grief and loss. Therapists are master’s level Trainees and Associates who are supervised by licensed psychotherapists. Our sliding scale fees are according to income. By appointment only.

■ Phone Number: 310-479-7100

■ Website:

■ Main Office: 11500 W. Olympic Blvd, Suite 422, Los Angele 90064

Wright Institute Los Angeles (WILA) is a non-profit clinic and training center. WILA provides individual, couples, & group psychotherapy to adult outpatients. Fees are based upon the patient’s ability to pay. Most psychotherapists are advanced clinical psychology interns and post graduate fellows under the supervision of a highly trained and experienced faculty. Individual psychotherapy may address issues such, trauma, depression, anxiety, postpartum difficulties, low self-esteem, stress, grief or loss, life transitions, relationship and career struggles, marital problems, parenting, LGBTQ concerns, and personal enrichment. WILA does not provide court ordered treatment, does not work with severely mentally ill individuals, and does not provide medication directly. 

■ Phone Number: 424-371-5191 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 11845 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 505W, Los Angeles 90064