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Mayor's Health & Wellness Council

Mental Health

Mental Health

Pueblo Y Salud

Pueblo Y Salud provides: Environmental Alcohol and Tobacco Prevention & Control, Smoke Free Parks, Smoke Free Campus, Tobacco Retailer Licensing, Tobacco Conditional Use Permit, Alcohol Conditional Use Permit, Responsible Beverage Service Trainings, Merchant Outreach, Educational one on one Meetings, Presentations on Alcohol/Tobacco Dangers, Advocate for Safer and Healthier Community at Planning Commission & City Council Meetings.

Address

3166 E Palmdale Blvd # 104, Palmdale, CA 93550

Phone

661-274-9831

Family Welfare, Mental Health

Penny Lane Centers

Penny Lane Centers is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization that cares for over 3500 abused and neglected children, youth and families a month. Penny Lane Centers provide therapeutic residential services, foster family home placements, adoption services, transitional and affordable housing, family preservation, wraparound and mental health services for children youth and families throughout Los Angeles County.

Address

43520 Division St. Lancaster, CA 93535

Phone

661-274-0770

Mental Health

Palmdale Mental Health Center

Palmdale Mental Health Center provides many mental health services including: Adult Outpatient Mental Health Services-Assessment, Information and Referral, Dual Diagnosis Program, CalWorks/Grow Program, Medication Support Services-Assessment and Support, Case Management Services, Group Therapy, Short Term Individual Therapy, Linkage to Vocational Services in Cooperation with The Department of Rehab, Community outreach services, Mental health promotion.

Address

1529 E Palmdale Blvd # 150 Palmdale, CA 93550

Phone

661-575-1800

Mental Health

Optimist Mental Health Center

Optimist’s Full Service Partnership (FSP) program is offered in the Antelope Valley for children aged birth to 15 and their families, all of whom would benefit from, and are interested in participating in a program designed to address the total needs of a family whose child (and possibly other family members) is experiencing significant emotional, psychological or behavioral problems which are interfering with their well-being. FSP provides an array of services beyond the scope of traditional clinic-based outpatient mental health services and emergency care is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To be eligible for the program, a child aged birth to 15 must either have a serious emotional disturbance, has been or is at-risk of being removed from the home, has a parent/caregiver with a mental illness and /or substance abuse problem, has extreme behavior problems at school, or has been in out-of-home placement and is moving back into a home/community.

Address

520 Palmdale Blvd., Unit H, Palmdale, CA 93551

Phone

661-575-8395

Mental Health

New Life Counseling

New Life Counseling provides counseling for individuals, couples, and families that are depressed and/or have adjustment problems. Call for appointments.

Address

1305 E Palmdale Blvd, Suite 104 Lancaster, CA 93550

Phone

661-947-0137

Mental Health

National Alliance on Mental Illness

The National Alliance on Mental Illness provides education classes and support groups at no cost to individuals and family members affected by mental illness.

Address

44349 Lowtree, Suite 104 Lancaster, CA 93534

Phone

661-341-8041

Mental Health

Mental Health America – Antelope Valley

Mental Health America (MHA) is one of the largest affiliates of the national Mental Health America and the Mental Health America of California (MHAC). Founded in 1909, Mental Health America is the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit organization that addresses all aspects of mental health and mental illness. With 300 affiliates, it forms a network of advocates who work hand in hand with people with mental illness, their families and mental health professionals to improve understanding, treatment and services. MHAC is California’s leading mental health advocacy organization. Services include: Integrated Services for Adults, Transition Age Youth Program, Homeless Assistance Program, Operation Healthy Homecoming, Housing, Employment Services, Discovery Center.

Address

506 W Jackman St, Lancaster, CA 93534

Phone

661-726-2850

Children, Family Welfare, Health, Mental Health, Social Service

Information Helpline for Los Angeles County

211 LA County, a 501(c)3 organization, is one of the largest and most effective resource lines in the nation providing access to comprehensive social services and disaster support for L.A. County residents. 211 LA’s innovative programs are examples of the best practices in assessing, coordinating and integrating the health and human services needed by the most underserved and vulnerable populations of one of the most culturally diverse counties in the country. With one phone call, clients are directly screened and connected with the services they need for themselves or their children, including shelters, meals, autism screening, veterans’ services, substance abuse programs, health care, and mental health services, and access to jobs.

Phone

211 or 800-339-6993