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Sacramento Rape and Mental Health Crisis Lines

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger please call 911.

If  you are not in immediate danger because of thoughts of suicide, but need someone to talk with about your suicidal feelings, please call one of the following national suicide prevention lines:

1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)

1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)


Mental Health Crisis Center

Crisis line: (916) 732-3637          


Minor Emergency Response Team (MERT)   

Crisis Line: (916) 875-1113   or   (916) 875-1114


Sacramento County Mental Health Treatment Center    

Crisis Line: (916) 732-3637


Suicide Prevention Crisis Line   

Crisis Line: (916) 368-3111


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline   

Crisis Line: 1 (800) 273-TALK (800-273-8255)


Turning  Point’s Crisis Residential Program   

Crisis Line: (916) 737-9202


Abiding Hope    (916) 287-4860 


211 Sacramento  211

 A program of Community Link, 2-1-1 Sacramento provides free,  confidential information and referral services 24 hours a day, seven  days a week. They can refer clients to more than 1,600 community  services in the Sacramento area. 



Rape Crisis Lines and Domestic Abuse Helplines



My Sister's House   

My Sister's House is the first and only non-profit  organization to specifically identify and address the unique needs of  women and children impacted by domestic violence in the Central Valley's  highly diverse Asian and Pacific Islander community.

Crisis Line: (916) 428-3271



River Oak Center for Children       

Helping children at risk, troubled teens, and families  through mental health services, social services, behavioral therapy, and  family counseling.

Crisis Line:  916-609-5100



Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers 

The Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers encourages members of  the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight  against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community  involvement: fear and apathy.

Crisis Line: 1800 AA- CRIME      



Sacramento Crisis Nurseries  

24-hour childcare for children 0-6 years old when their  parents are experiencing some type of stressful situation which may put  the child in an unsafe environment. Can stay anywhere from 24 hours to  30 days.  

24/7 Crisis Line: 800-780-2294  



Victims of Crime Resource Center  

The Center has operated the state of California's  confidential, toll-free 1-800-VICTIMS line since 1984. Primarily through  the hotline, McGeorge law students provide resource and referral  information to victims and their families, victim service providers, and  other victim advocates. Callers receive information on matters such as  victims compensation, victims' rights in the justice system,  restitution, civil suits, the right to speak at sentencing and parole  board hearings, as well as information on specific rights of victims of  domestic violence, elder abuse, child abuse, and abuse against the  disabled.     

Crisis Line: 1-800-VICTIMS



Volunteers In Victim Assistance (VIVA)   

VIVA is a full service center for victims, witnesses,  friends and family members who have experienced a violent crime or  trauma. 

Crisis Line: (916)570-1690 



Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento    

Seeks to increase public awareness about issues relating to child  abuse and neglect. The intent is to build a community which protects its  children by recognizing indicators and responding appropriately.     

Crisis Line: (916) 244-1900

 


Family Justice Center - Hope Thrives Here     

 Family violence occurs in our community every day,  including elder & child abuse, sexual assault & human  trafficking. The Family Justice Center will be a place free from  violence, restoring hope and allowing families to thrive.    

Crisis Line:  (916) 875-HOPE (4673)



A Community for Peace     (916) 728-7210

 Free services for victims of domestic violence that include: 24-hour  crisis line at (916) 728-7210; in-person crisis intervention;  short-term peer counseling; safe house referrals; support groups;  assistance in obtaining emergency food, clothing, and transportation;  court accompaniment and advocacy; hospital accompaniment and advocacy;  weekly family law legal clinic; assistance to victims who are filing  their own restraining orders; information and referrals; and community  education and outreach.  

Crisis Line:  (916) 728-7210



Sacramento County Adult Protective Services 

Adult Protective Services (APS) is dedicated to maintaining the  health and safety of elderly and dependent adults who are victims of  abuse or neglect. APS is a state mandated service program charged with  investigating situations involving elderly and dependent adults who are  reported to be in danger due to abuse, neglect, exploitation, or  hazardous or unsafe living conditions.  

Crisis Line: (916) 874-9377

   


Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE)    

WEAVE provides crisis intervention services to women, men and  children in Sacramento County who have experienced domestic violence or  have been sexually assaulted. It is WEAVE's mission to bring an end to  domestic violence and sexual assault in partnership with our community. 

Crisis Line: 916-920-2952



National Crisis Lines

Visit our list of National Crisis Hotlines


In-Person Counseling in Sacramento

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