Resources & Links for Mental Illness
primarily in South Bay area of Los Angeles
Dental For Everyone, has an excellent website with full brochures, online quoting and enrollment
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(310) 892-8046 (310) 533-0705
Titles I and V of the ADA EEOC.Gov
The regulations 29 C.F.R Part 1630:1640: 1641:
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
Medicare & Mental Health Benefits Publication # 10184
Board of Behavioral Services – State of CA
Ventura County Guide to Medi-Cal Mental Health Services
HaMercaz A Community of Support for Families Raising Children with Special Needs The Federation’s HaMercaz program offers ongoing assistance, advocacy, and support for Jewish families and children with special needs and developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorder, Asperger syndrome, and cerebral palsy, from birth to age 22. Ha mercaz means “the center” in Hebrew.
- Resource Guide: Discover organizations and programs in L.A. that can help you and your family
- Young Adults 18+ (
Didi Hirsch – Warmline 855 952 9276 A warmline is a confidential overnight telephone support service for anyone who is struggling with loneliness, anxiety, substance use or other mental health concerns, or anyone who needs information about available mental health services. Mental Health & Homeless Outreach for Harbor Area – 1 page from San Pedro Mental Health
Homes For Life.org/ Los Angeles County HFLF is dedicated to establishing a network of permanent, affordable, service-enriched housing within the geographic boundaries of Los Angeles County for individuals who suffer from mental disabilities, those who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
Los Angeles Listing of Board & Care 37 pages pdf
Pacific Hospital in Long Beach
Patton State Hospital
River Community Hospital – Azusa, CA – Dual Diagnosis
What is Independent Living?
In order for an individual to be able to live on his own successfully, he will need to be able to take care of his personal needs – dressing, eating, hygiene – as well as manage simple household chores such as the laundry and grocery shopping. Decisions must also be made when dealing with financial matters such as paying bills and managing a bank account, tasks which a young adult with a mental disability may not have experience of but which are all necessary if he wants to live independently.
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Child, Sibling & Related Pages
- ADHD Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Bi Polar Disorder
- Blame – Your fault or being scapegoated?
- Co Dependency
- Delusional Disorder
- Drug Abuse – HELP
- Educational Links
- FSP Full Service Partnership
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
- Giving away your power
- IED Intermittent Explosive Disorder
- Lanterman – LPS – Conservatorship
- Laura’s Law
- OCD – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Organizing, Hoarding, & Cluttering