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San Diego Access and Crisis Line

San Diego Access and Crisis Line (888) 724-7240 24/7 Operates 24/7. Call if you are concerned about someone, just need to talk, have questions about how to offer support, or if you are looking for information about community resources, mental health referrals, and alcohol and drug support services.

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If at any time you are experiencing an emotional crisis, are thinking about suicide or are concerned about someone call the Riverside County HELPline at (951) 686-HELP (4357) or text HOME to 741-741 to connect with the Crisis Text Line. Both of these are available 24/7.

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Featured Film “Hope is a Verb” Rancho Minerva Middle School Filmmaker: Jazmin Guzman View More Films Submit to Annual Film Contest For contest rules, submission category details, entry form and other information visit

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Events San Diego County Schools Receive Suicide Prevention Mini Grants Six schools and youth-based clubs from San Diego County have been selected to receive a grant through the Directing Change Mini Grant Program this year. Each team will work with youth in their communities to teach lessons on mental health and suicide prevention and support 6 Events San Diego

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Featured Art Submit to Contest For contest rules, submission category details, entry formand other information visit the contest page.


“As an upcoming voter, I feel as if the responsibility to fulfill my civic duty of voting and remaining informed on pertinent issues has only grown exponentially in the past months. For many young women like me, Ruth Bader Ginsberg was an intellectual role-model who paved the way for the continuation of gender equality; for young women like me, Ruth Bader Ginsberg was a hero. Voting, to me, means fighting to uphold the gains bought by those before us and continuing the battle towards what we believe is right. Therefore, I created this oil painting in Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s honor as a homage to her reputation as the “Notorious RBG”. I hope that by voting, I can create a future that this former Supreme Court justice could have only envisioned.”