Support with no Age Restriction (Under 16)

Thank you for visiting our site, are you under the age of 16 and need to talk to someone who cares? You are not alone, here are some resources for any age.

The Peer-Run Warm Line is a 24/7 non-emergency resource for anyone in California seeking mental and emotional support. 
Web Chat https://www.mentalhealthsf.org/peer-run-

Phone: 855-845-7415
Text "VOICE" to 20121 24/7  


A teen-to-teen hotline and community outreach program with over 10,000 teens contacting TEEN LINE each year by calling, texting or emailing. The line is open every night from 6-10 p.m. PST to help adolescents address their problems in a confidential, anonymous and comfortable manner.

Phone: 800-852-8336
Text "TEEN" to 83986


Friday Night Live is a youth-oriented program catered to young people in the Riverside area. This organization provides activities and entertainment that promote an anti-drug, anti-drinking message to youth in the community.

Phone: 951-782-5000

Address: 23119 Cottonwood Ave. Bldg A-100
Moreno Valley, CA 92503

https://riverside.networkofcare.org/mh/services/agency.aspx?pid=FridayNightLiveRiversideRegion_2_349_0


Boys Town National Hotline (for all ages) Youth Helpline Your Life Your Voice

Toll-free telephone crisis, resource and referral service for at risk children and parents.

Phone: 844-204-0880


What’s Up Safehouse is a 24/7, free, anonymous mental health crisis texting line. Get immediate support from a licensed mental health professional.  Dedicated to helping support the residents of Riverside County through issues surrounding anxiety, substance abuse, depression, school pressure, peer pressure, LGBTQ struggles, relational issues, suicidal thoughts, bullying, and any other issue that is causing trouble.

Phone: 844-204-0880
Phone: 951-351-4418
Text "SHHELP" to 844-204-0880

24/7 for immediate support and resources.


Riverside County Youth Commission

The Commission & Youth Advisory Councils provide advice, assistance and recommendations on youth related issues to the Board of Supervisors and County Departments. The Youth Commission focuses on anticipating the educational, recreational and cultural needs of youth by working together to host meaningful events that the youth will benefit from.

www.rivcoyac.org