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Community Referrals for Psychotherapists & Psychiatrists

If you would like to find a therapist in the community, we are here to help. The Counseling Center maintains and updates a comprehensive and detailed referral lists that includes local licensed psychotherapists and psychiatrists:

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Low-Cost and Sliding Scale Clinics

Christian Counseling Service (CCS)

Click here for more information on our partnership with CCS

(909) 793-1078
101 E. Redlands Blvd Suite 215 & 277, Redlands, CA 92373

Provides low-fee/sliding scale individual counseling (non-faith based & faith based). Fee based on family size and income. Session fees begins at $10/session for a trainee (student becoming a therapist, works under supervision) and $49/session for an intern (finished school but not yet licensed, works under supervision) and $75 for licensed therapist. No fee for relatives of military personnel.

County of San Bernardino Department of Behavioral Health Service Directory

(909) 381-2420

Provides screenings and referrals to the entire system of care including fee-for-service, contract and department of behavioral health providers. Offers telephone service with professional counselors for behavioral health clients, families and providers.

Phoenix Services/County of San Bernardino Department of Behavioral Health

820 E. Gilbert Street San Bernardino, CA 92415
(909) 387-7200
Services offered: Medication services. Services are also available to  Spanish speaking and hearing impaired clients. Fee: Sliding scale and MediCal.

Behavioral Health Institute, Loma Linda University

(909) 558-9500
1686 Barton Rd., Redlands, CA 92373
Low-fee, income-based individual counseling. Minimal payment is $25/session.

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Eating Disorders

National Eating Disorders Association Hotline (NEDA)
(800) 931-2237

Whether you have been personally affected by an eating disorder or care about someone who has, NEDA's programs and services are designed to help you find the help and support you need. Recovery is possible and they are here to support you!

You can call their confidential Helpline Monday-Thursday from 11am to 9pm ET, and Friday from 11am to 5pm ET.  You can also chat with their Helpline! Helpline chat hours are Monday-Thursday from 9am to 9pm ET, and Friday from 9am to 5pm ET.

Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center
Locate a variety of treatment options available near you: individual therapy, group therapy, nutritional support, psychiatric care, outpatient, inpatient, residential, etc.

Eating Disorder Anonymous 
Eating Disorders Anonymous (EDA) is a fellowship of individuals who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from their eating disorders.

Overeaters Anonymous-Inland Empire
Hotline (951) 715-2080 
You can leave a message and your call will be returned within 48 hours. 
If you feel the need to speak with a live person ASAP, call Cathy at (909) 562-6971.  In a crisis, call: Click here to see phone list

Valenta Eating Disorder Program 
(909) 771-8023
9479 Haven Ave., Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Free assessment; PHP and IOP; See website for more information.
On-site evaluations available

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LGBTQ Resources

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Online Resources

ULifeLineLogoULifeLine:  An anonymous online resource for college mental health where there are excellent self-assessment tools and fact sheets on mental health.

 

EachMindMattersLogoEach Mind Matters: California's Mental Health Movement - A community of individuals and organizations dedicated to a shared vision of mental wellness and equality.

 

 

HealthyPlaceLogoHealthyplace.com: is the largest consumer mental health site on the net. They provide authoritative information and support to people with mental health concerns, along with their family members and other loved ones.

 

 

NAMILogoNational Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

 

 

LearnPsychologyLogoLearnPsychology.org: offers a list of comprehensive guides to help college students identify common mental health disorders, their warning signs, how to manage them and when to seek treatment. (Student Guide to Surviving Stress & Anxiety)

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Hotlines

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255

Abuse/Sexual Assault

Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline)
1-800-656-4673 (24 hour service/counseling) 

Adults Molested as Children (AMAC) / Rape Crisis
(951) 686-7273
Provides support for sexual assault victims including accompaniment to hospital, counseling, and support group; adolescent males- 'My Strength' program; batterers intervention; court mandated therapy. 

Child Abuse National Hotline
1-800-4-A-CHILD 
(24 hour service provides referrals for counseling; abuse reporting)

Child Abuse Reporting HotLine San Bernardino County
(909) 384-9233
(24 hour service for reporting child/elder abuse/neglect)

Inland Empire Sexual Assault Services
(909) 885-8884
24 hour rape assistance and counseling.

 

Domestic Violence

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233

Family Assistance Program
(760) 949-4357
Confidential emergency shelter for battered women and their children. Counseling, support groups, emergency food, and clothing, assistance with restraining orders.

House of Ruth Hotline
(909) 988-5559
(24 hour hotline; individual/group counseling; phone support; legal advocate; shelter for women and children; DV counseling; food; English/Spanish;) 

Option House
(909) 381-3471
24 hour hotline; temporary DV women's shelters; support/outreach; free support groups, crisis education and self defense; assistance with protective order paperwork; English/Spanish.

Shelter from the Storm, Inc.
1-800-775-6055 or (760) 328-7233 (SAFE)
Hotline advocates provide crisis counseling, safety planning, assistance with finding shelter, referrals to SFTS programs or other organizations, advocacy with the police, and other crucial services. (70 bed domestic violence shelter for battered women and their children, 45-day program, 5 outreach offices, 3 evening groups, parenting class, counseling). 

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Local Psychiatric Hospitals

Redlands Community Hospital

350 Terracina Blvd
Redlands CA 92373
909.335.5500

Loma Linda Behavioral Medicine Center (BMC)

1710 Barton Rd,
Redlands, CA 92373

909.558.9200

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Crisis Stabilization Units

The Crisis Stabilization Units (CSUs) are unlocked, voluntary, 23-hour psychiatric urgent care centers that offer a positive, safe, quiet and calm home-like environment to individuals aged 13 and older experiencing a mental health crisis in San Bernardino County. CSUs provide crisis intervention, crisis stabilization, medical evaluation, and peer support. Referrals and linkage are provided upon discharge.

The Merrill Center Crisis Stabilization Unit
14677 Merrill Avenue
Fontana, CA 92335
951-643-2340

Windsor Center Crisis Stabilization Unit
1481 North Windsor Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92407 
909-361-6470

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Crisis Walk in Centers (CWIC)

The Crisis Walk In Center is a much-needed location for county residents who are in need of emergency psychiatric services. The CWICs conducts psychiatric assessment and crisis stabilization for those clients who are in acute psychiatric distress or are a danger to themselves or others or gravely disabled. The walk-in crisis clinics provide a care alternative that enables individuals to be treated and stabilized in their community.

CWIC Rialto
850 East Foothill Blvd.
Rialto, CA 92376
(909) 421-9495
Monday thru Friday: 8 am - 10 pm
Saturday: 8 am - 5 pm

Closed Sundays

CWIC High Desert
12240 Hesperia Rd.
Victorville, CA 92395
(760) 245-8837
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

CWIC Morongo Basin
7293 Dumosa Ave., Suite 2
Yucca Valley, CA 92284

(855) 365-6558
 Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Self-Help Apps

Anxiety/Stress Reduction

Happify – free (available on web, iOS, and Android)

Happify, available both on the web and as an app, provides users with games and exercises based on cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and positive psychology to help you reduce stress, anxiety, and negative thinking, as well as improve your overall emotional wellbeing, based on your own personal goals.

 

Headspace – 10-session free trial, $9.99/year for students (available on iOS and Android)

Headspace is an app that makes mindfulness meditation accessible to beginners as well as more advanced mindfulness users as a daily practice. Headspace brings aims to improve your mood and concentration, reduce anxiety, and increase productivity through standalone meditations, animated meditations, meditations for children, and meditation series aimed at a specific goal.

 

Woebot - free (available on iOS and Android)

Woebot is a chatbot powered by artificial intelligence that helps you manage distressing thoughts and feelings through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy principles. Woebot operates like a messaging app, where Woebot checks in with you about your life and how you are feeling and responds with tools, skills, and strategies related to your immediate needs.

 

MindShift – free (available on iOS and Android)

MindShift is an app that provides education and tools for young adults with anxiety by providing psychoeducation about common sources and symptoms of anxiety, panic, and worry and helping you identify the types of anxiety you most commonly face, including test anxiety, perfectionism, social anxiety, performance anxiety, worry, panic, and conflict. MindShift utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to reduce anxiety, change the way you think about anxiety, and supply you with coping skills, including breathing and relaxation exercises.

 

Breathe2Relax – free (available on iOS and Android)

Breathe2Relax aims to reduce anxiety and stress and increase relaxation through the skill of diaphragmatic breathing, also known as belly breathing, through practice sessions where you rate your stress level before and after each session to keep track of progress. Sessions can be customized to alter session length, breath rate, and more.

 

Calm - $12.99/Month (available on iOS and Android)

Calm is an app that aims to help those experiencing anxiety and stress with various tools, including breathing exercises, relaxing music, guided meditations, and sleep stories.

 

Ten Percent Happier - $12.99/Month (available on iOS and Android)

Ten Percent Happier is an app that helps users increase happiness, mindfulness, relaxation, and sleep quality. The app has a library of over 500 guided meditations on a range of topics, including anxiety and stress reduction, sleep, and mindfulness.

 

Panic Relief - Free version or $0.99 for upgraded version (available on iOS and Android)

Panic Relief is an app that hopes to help those with panic attacks or panic disorders by providing coping tools to better manage and move through panic attacks. Panic Relief’s free version provides users access to progressive muscle relaxation exercises, and the upgraded version provides users access to other coping skills, including square breathing, diaphragmatic breathing, and other exercises.

Depression/Suicide Prevention

Depression

Virtual Hope Box – free (available on iOS and Android)

Virtual Hope Box is an app aimed at providing support and coping skills to individuals experiencing depression. The app has four main facets, including distraction, inspiration, relaxation, and coping skills. Distraction entails games that require focus and attention, such as word puzzles and Sudoku. Relaxation includes a variety of meditation exercises, both guided and self-guided. The coping skills section provides suggestions for activities that reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. Finally, the inspiration section includes inspirational quotes aimed at improving mood and motivation.

Mood Tools – free (available on iOS and Android)

Mood Tools is an app to help those experiencing depression. The app includes informational education on approaches to treatment, risk factors, a suicide safety plan, a thought diary, a depression symptom questionnaire, and videos that include guided meditations and other relaxation exercises.

Suicide Prevention

notOK – free (available for iOS and Android)

notOK is an app for young adults struggling with thoughts of suicide, developed by a teenager and her teen brother struggling with suicidality. notOK includes a large red button that, when pressed, is active to inform friends, family, and others in your support network that you need support. Users may add up to five contacts as part of their core support network so that when the panic button is pressed, a message is sent to their contacts along with their current GPS location.

PTSD/OCD

PTSD Coach – free (available on iOS and Android)

The PTSD Coach app is designed for individuals who believe they have symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a way to reduce their symptoms and find help. PTSD Coach provides self-assessment tools for PTSD, positive self-talk exercises, anger management techniques, and ways to find support.

nOCD – free (available on iOS)

nOCD is an app for individuals with Obsessive-Compulsive symptoms that provides both mindfulness and Exposure Response Prevention treatments. nOCD provides immediate, clinically supported direction in the midst of an OCD episode, offers weekly questionnaires to test the severity of your OCD, and provides emotional and motivational support throughout.

GG OCD – free (available on iOS)

GG OCD is an app designed for individuals with Obsessive Compulsive symptoms by increasing your awareness of negative thoughts and training your brain to replace those thoughts with more positive ones. The app consists of several levels, each with short games surrounding a different theme. This app helps users automatically move toward healthier thinking patterns through replacing negative self-talk with positive self-talk, building self-esteem, and instilling the belief that change is possible.

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24/7 Crisis Line

If you are in distress or crisis.

If you feel unsafe.

If you are worried about a friend who may be unsafe.

Please call our 24/7 Crisis Line:

909-748-8960

Contact the Counseling Center

Office: 909-748-8108

Fax: 909-335-5118

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