- PRESS RELEASE: FREE TESTING IN ORANGE COUNTY
- NAMI COVID-19 Guide
- TIPS – Eat Right when Money’s Tight
- Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
- Coronavirus Fact Sheet
- Who is “High Risk”?
- Lower Your Risk – Mitigation Guidelines
- Quarantine Guidelines
- CoronaVirus Sheet for Kids
- Self-Care Tips – English
- Self-Care Tips – Spanish
If you are in crisis and need immediate help, call 911 or visit a local hospital Emergency Department. If you are concerned about someone who is experiencing a psychiatric crisis, you can call the Centralized Assessment Team 24 hours a day at 866-830-6011.
Medi-Cal and Medicare Participants
The Mental Health Association provides clinical mental health services and medication management services through a contract with the OC Health Care Agency. You must receive a referral from OCLINKS in order to receive these services through us. If you are uninsured or on Medi-Cal or Medicare and you are looking for mental health services, contact OCLINKS, the Orange County Health Care Agency’s Behavioral Health Resource and Referral Line at 855-625-4657, Monday – Friday, 8am to 6pm.
If CalOptima is your insurance provider, call their Behavioral Health line at 855-877-3885 for screening and a referral to mental health services. This line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you have private health insurance and you are looking for mental health services, call your insurance company’s phone number on your membership card to find out what they cover.
Substance Use Disorder Treatment
If you or someone you know is in need of a treatment program designed to reduce or eliminate the abuse of alcohol and other drugs, download a list of resources.
Enroll in Benefits
If you would like to sign up for government assistance (e.g., CalWorks, CalFresh, MediCal), call 211 or go to 211OC’s website.
If you are homeless, have a mental health challenge and you are seeking help, call our visit our Homeless Multi-Service Center. For homeless resources provided by the Orange County Health Care Agency, visit their Homeless Services Website.
If you are in recovery and looking for a place to socialize, participate in recovery groups and life-skills classes, call or visit one of our Wellness Centers.
If you or someone you know is exhibiting hoarding behavior and the clutter may make their living conditions unsafe, contact Adult Protective Services at 800-451-5155. Additional resources can be found on the Orange County Taskforce for Hoarding Website.
MHA has partnered with Anaheim Regional Medical Center to offer FREE tobacco cessation services to our clients. To find out about the free services offered by the New Lung program, visit the website!