Mental Health and Spiritual Resources

If you are struggling and need professional intervention, there are some wonderful people and services available to you. If you’re feeling hopeless, or you are in need of help and guidance, please reach out to the resources below. Whether it be finding a therapist, a church, an organization that can offer support, or just someone to talk to for direction, know that you are not alone and there are people ready and willing to come along side of you. Just take the first step and begin your healing journey!

Find a Therapist near you:

Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention & Counseling Center
Didi Hirsch is a leading provider of mental health, substance use and suicide prevention services. They offer low-income children and adults excellent mental health and substance use services throughout Los Angeles County. Their Suicide Prevention Center is a renowned resource around the nation and world for anyone who has thought about, attempted or lost someone to suicide. If you or someone you know is in crisis, call 800-273-8255.

24/7 Billy Graham Prayer Line (888-388-2683)
If you or someone you know would like to share your prayer requests, or just talk, call the BGEA Prayer Line anytime day or night, at 888-388-2683. Trained team members are ready to listen and offer prayer and encouragement.

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” – Psalm 46:1

Saga Mental Health and Relationship Centers
Saga, a Christian nonprofit organization, was founded in response to today’s desperate mental health crisis.  With so many people struggling with the effects of emotional and mental illness, Saga offers compassionate care for clients, and equips local churches to minister to them with love and compassion.  They embrace each person’s unique story and support them as they progress on their own journey toward mental health and emotional maturity. Saga provides information, resources, and support that empowers churches and mental health professionals to serve anyone who struggles with emotional, relational or mental illness.