Family Support

Family Advocate Programs
This program provides support for family members, significant others, or caregivers of adults with a serious mental illness. The primary function of the Family Advocate Program is to assist family members in coping with the illness of their loved one through information, education, and support. Additionally, they also provide information and assistance to family members in their interaction with service providers and the mental health system. Family Advocate staff are themselves family members and are sensitive to the concerns of other family members. 

Phone:  800-330-4522

NAMI Family Members and Caregivers resources

Saving Children - Healing Families

24/7 CRISIS HOTLINE:  800-448-3000

Frontline Doula Hotline
The Frontline Doula "Hotline" offers pregnant and postpartum individuals (and their partners) free emotional and informational support on topics like:
*Developing your birth plan
*Anxiety about birthing during COVID-19
*Caring for your newborn
*Breastfeeding and more
Connecting black doulas to black families in California.
The Frontline Doula Hotline operates Monday-Sunday 7am-10pm PST

Phone:  833-987-2908

Sankofa Community Doula Program
No cost doula care. Doulas are non-medical professionals who provide physical, emotional, informational, psychosocial and advocacy support during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum periods.

Eligibility requirements:
*Identify as Black/African American
*Riverside County resident
*All income levels eligible

The Stephen Center
Provides classes, programs, and resources for youth and adults. 
Phone: 951-310-4944