Resources and Referrals

Addiction: Helpful information regarding types of addition, causes, symptoms, and treatment.


Child Abuse:

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline: Call 1-800-422-4453 (24/7)

National Safe Place: Text SAFE and your current location to the number 69866 (24/7)

Child Protection Hotline (Los Angeles County DCFS): Within CA (800) 540-4000, Outside CA (213) 283-1960


Eating Disorders:

DrugRehab.comInformation on understanding eating disorders and getting help.

National Eating Disorder Association: An organization for anyone who struggles with an eating disorder, or their family members. They offer information about prevention, cures and care.

Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention: (800) 931-2237

Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center


Dating Abuse & Domestic Violence:

Loveisrespect: For support 24/7, call 1-866-331-9474

National Domestic Violence Hotline/Child Abuse/Sexual Abuse: For support 24/7, call 1-800-799-7233

RAINN: For support 24/7, call 1-800-656-4673



Battlefield of the Mind – Joyce Meyers: A book that aims to teach people who suffer from negative thoughts to think the way that God does.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance: An organization that provides information about Depression and Bipolar disorder. They offer hope, help, support and education in order to improve the lives for people battling mood disorders.

My Name is Hope – John Mark Comer: The story of a pastor who battled depression and anxiety, and found a way to beat it.

National Institute of Mental Health – Depression: An informational article from the National Institute of Mental Health about depression.



Sacred Marriage – Gary Thomas: A book that empowers readers to focus on spiritual enrichment rather than marital enrichment, in order to learn new ways to help love their mate more.

The Meaning of Marriage – Timothy Keller: A book that gives insightful tips to find happiness in marriages.

Love and Respect – Dr. Emmerson Eggerichs: A book that explores the connection between the emotional needs of men and women a scripture found in the bible.

Safe Haven Marriage – Archibald D. Hart: By establishing a feeling of safety inside the marital relationship, this book suggests that other components necessary to a lasting relationship can grow.


Mental Health:

Anger: An informational article by the American Psychological Association about anger.

Informational Pamphlets on mental health disorders: A resourceful informational website that has information about different mental health disorders.

Anxiety: An informational article from the National Institute of Mental Health about anxiety.

Battlefield of the Mind – Joyce Meyers: A book that aims to teach people who suffer from negative thoughts to think the way that God does.



Living Well Pregnancy Centers: An organization that aims to provide women with health services and further information about unplanned pregnancy, in order to help them make the best decision for their situation.

Care Net: A Christ-centered organization that aims to share the gospel to men and women who are faced with pregnancy decisions and empower them to choose life for their child.



America Social Health – STD Hotline: (800) 227-8922

911Rape: An informational service that provides support and anonymous help to victims of sexual assault.

RAINN: America’s largest anti-sexual violence organization.


Substance Abuse:

Alcohol and Drug Helpline: (800) 821-4357

AddictionCenter – California Drug Rehab: A resource for people seeking information on recovery.

Alcoholics Anonymous: An international resource group for people of all gender, age, educational, and racial backgrounds who have a problematic relationship with drinking.

Adult Children of Alcoholics: A program where men and women who grew up in the home of an alcoholic can share their experiences and recovery with others who have had similar past experiences.

Celebrate Recovery: Christ-centered 12 step program for people who anyone who has chosen to overcome their struggle with sobriety.

Codependent No More – Melody Beattie: A book for those who have close loved ones with substance abuse issues, that aims to aid in independence.

College Binge Drinking: An informational website that has compiled research and articles for college students, their parents, and anyone who is concerned for someone dealing with college alcohol abuse. – Substance Abuse Guide for ParentsEducating yourself, taking preventative measures, substance abuse warning signs, and what to do next.

Narcotics Anonymous: A globally recognized organization that offers help through a 12 step program for anyone who finds themselves struggle with drug addiction of any kind, including alcohol.



American Association of Suicidology: An organization that hopes to promote a better understanding and prevention of suicide and support for anyone affected by it.

National Hopeline Network: (800) SUICIDE

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-TALK (8255

The Jed Foundation: An organization that has set out to promote emotional health and prevent suicide on college and university campuses.


Local Resources:

Bright Road Recovery, Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment

Address: W., 428 Harrison Ave #101

Phone: (909) 994-1436

Hours: Open until 5:00 PM

Aurora Charter Oak Hospital  

Psychiatric Hospital

Address: 1161 E Covina Blvd, Covina, CA 91724

Phone:(626) 966-1632

Hours: Open today · Open 24 hours

Intervention Drug Rehab Association Addiction Treatment Center

Address: 160 E Arrow Hwy

Phone: (888) 771-5664

Hours: Open until 9:00 PM