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Teen Line
Trained teen volunteers are available to talk, text and even respond to emails.
Call 1-310-855-HOPE (4673) or Text TEEN to 839863
*Peer counselors are available between 6-9pm
TEEN LINE | Teens Helping Teens - Connect, talk, get help!

California Youth Crisis Line
A 24/7/365 confidential phone, text and chat counseling service for youth ages 12-24.
Call/text 1-800-843-5200
CA Youth Crisis Line
UCLA Child Anxiety Resilience Education and Support (CARES)
Learn about what anxiety is, how to cope with it and tips on how to talk to your parents about your anxiety or stress.
Youth Yellow Pages
The Youth Yellow Pages offers educational information on a variety of issues that teens face sometimes. This resource provides tools on how you can cope with anxiety.
Kids Health
Kids health was created to help children learn how to stay healthy physically and mentally. Learn about how to deal with bullying and several other topics on their website.
Dealing with Bullies
Learn what you can do to keep yourself and your friends safe from bullying.
Erika’s Lighthouse Teen Toolbox
Depression is real, common, serious and treatable. This toolbox was created specifically for adolescents to learn the signs of depression, how you could prevent depression and how to help someone with depression.
Teen Health
Teen health will guide you on how you can deal with any problems that may affect your mental wellness. Topics include how to deal with your friends, families and being your best self.
The Trevor Project
Saving young LGTBQ lives with confidential and secure supports including a hotline, and instant messaging services. Supports are available to you 24/7/365.
TrevorLifeline: 1-866-488-7386
TrevorText: Text START to 678-678
For more information or to start a chat go to Get Help Now
Gender Spectrum
Gender Spectrum offers free online support groups for pre-teens (ages 10-12) and teens to provide you the opportunity to connect with others. A parent or guardian must register pre-teens to participate.They also provide great resources on gender.
Teen Line
Learn about the danger signs of signs of someone who might be thinking about suicide and what you can say to help them.
Suicide - Youth Yellow Pages - TEEN LINE
Los Angeles County Youth Suicide Prevention Project
Suicide is preventable. Learn about the warning signs and what steps to take to save a friend.
Student Gatekeepers – Suicide is Preventable, Steps to Take