For more information on the StanUp for Wellness initiative,

call us at 209.541.2555

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For help with a mental health or life-threatening emergency, call 911.

If you are feeling suicidal (or if you are concerned about someone,) there is help available right now.

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Access Line: (209)558-4600

Available 24 hours, 7 days a week

Spanish Language Capabilities

Call to access services or request a psychiatric evaluation.

Stanislaus County Warm Line


Available 24 hours, 7 days a week

On-site peer support and Warm Line services offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Stanislaus County residents can call the Warm Line when they are:

  • Having a hard time making it through the day-but are not in crisis
  • Needing a caring listener to provide effective feedback to help explore options
  • Wanting some support, assistance and resources toward recovery

This is a mental health consumer-run program providing non-crisis intervention, offering peer support, referrals, and shared experiences of hope and recovery. 

Regional Suicide Prevention & Crisis Services

The Effort

1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-SUICIDE or 530-885-2300

24/7/265 Suicide Prevention Crisis Lines, Nationally Accredited Crisis Center, trained crisis line staff for risk assessment, safety planning, and exploring community resources for those in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Services in all languages through interpretation and bilingual staffing. They also offer follow-up calls to those in a suicidal crisis; ASIST and Safe Talk Trainings; and Survivors of Suicide Loss outreach. 

Know the Signs

signslogo.gifKnow the Signs is a statewide and county suicide prevention social marketing campaign built on three key messages: 

- Know the Signs.
- Find the Words.
- Reach Out.

The campaign is intended to educate Californians on how to recognize the warning signs of suicide, how to find the words to have a direct conversation with someone in crisis and where to find professional help and resources.

Visit the Know the Signs website.

Suicide Prevention Training

Stanislaus County also offers training to identify the signs of suicide and how to intervene and get help. Visit the BHRS training page for more information on suicide prevention trainings. Other trainings are also available:
- Mental Health First Aid
- Mental Health First Aid four Youth
- Question, Persuade and Refer (QPR)
- Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

To be part of this campaign and other statewide and county suicide prevention efforts, please contact:

Stanislaus County Behavioral Health & Recovery Services
Prevention Services (209) 541-2555