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Community Resources in Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley

PPPSGV provides information in this resource guide to assist patients and clients in more easily locating and identifying available resources in and around PPPSGV’s service area. The organizations listed in this resource guide are independent organizations from PPPSGV. Inclusion in this resource guide does not constitute a referral or recommendation of any specific program. This list is not exhaustive, and other qualified providers may be available to see patients and clients. None of these organizations have paid PPPSGV to be included in this resource guide.


National Network of Abortion Funds 

Provides information and resources by the state for people seeking abortions who need financial and logistical assistance, finding a provider, travel, lodging, and more.  


Access Reproductive Justice  

Specializing in abortion and pregnancy support, Access RJ can provide free and confidential information, funding, practical support, referrals, advocacy, lodging and transportation assistance and more. 


Phone: (800) 376-4636 

Text: (510) 925-0335 

California Abortion Access 

This website has current and accurate information about how you can access abortion services in California.  


Choice Network Adoptions 

Assistance with choosing abortion, parenting, or adoption. 


Family Planning Associates (Procedures up to 22 weeks) 

Downtown Los Angeles - 601 S Westmoreland Ave Los Angeles, CA 90005 

(909) 763-4127 

Long Beach - 2777 Long Beach Blvd Long Beach, CA 90806 

(909) 763-4115 

I Need an Abortion 

A source of information for people seeking abortion care. 



For patients who need a surgical abortion in a hospital setting up to 23.6 weeks.  

2051 Marengo St. Los Angeles, CA 90033 

(323) 409-8844 


Planned Parenthood Los Angeles 

West Hollywood Health Center 

825 North San Vicente Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069 

(800) 576-5544  


Planned Parenthood Pacific Southwest 

Accepts Medi-Cal. 

3772 Tibbetts St. Riverside, CA 92506 

(888) 743-7526 

UCLA Medical Center OB/GYN 

For patients who need a surgical abortion in a hospital setting. Accepts Medi-Cal. 

1010 Veteran Ave Los Angeles, CA 90095  

(310) 825-5961 



All-Options offers peer-based counseling and support. Their All-Options Talk-line is a place where all options, decisions, experiences, and feelings are welcomed and respected, at any point in someone’s journey. 


(888) 493-0092 

Faith Aloud 

Faith Aloud is dedicated to providing compassionate spiritual and religious support for people in all their decisions about pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption.  


(888) 717-5010 - Free confidential

Exhale Pro-Voice 

This free, nonjudgmental Exhale Pro-Voice text line offers high-quality emotional support, information, and resources for all people after their abortions. The text line is also available to partners, parents, family members, and friends. All texts are completely confidential. 


Text: (617) 749-2948 


HFS Adoption & Foster Care 

HFS provides support for birth parents considering adoption. 


(800) 464-2367 


Department of Mental Health Access Center (24/7) 

The Access Center is the entry point for mental health services in Los Angeles County. Services include deployment of crisis evaluation teams, information and referrals, gatekeeping of acute inpatient psychiatric beds, interpreter services and client transport. 


(800) 854-7771 (Option/Extension “1”) 

Contact Crisis Text Line Text “LA” to 741741 

Baldwin Park Counseling 

They providing professional and affordable counseling services to individuals and families. They offer counseling for drug and alcohol, domestic violence, anger management, child abuse and parenting, sexual abuse victimization, adolescent problems, and more. 


(626) 917-2120 

Behavioral Health Urgent Care (Ages 13 and up) 

Available 24/7 outpatient program. Rapid mental health assessment, crisis intervention, and medication support. Linkage to recovery-oriented community resources and on-going mental health services. Walk-ins welcome (call ahead). All insurance plans accepted and individuals who do not have insurance welcomed. Clients may stay up to 24 hours.  


18501 Gale Ave, Suite 100 City of Industry, CA 91748 

(626) 626-4997 

Behavioral Health Center Alhambra Hospital (Ages 4 and up) 

Offers psychiatric and mental health services to treat a variety of conditions for patients. 


4619 N. Rosemead Blvd. Rosemead, CA 91770 

(800) 235-5570 

Bright Road Recovery 

Eating disorder treatment and recovery program. 


(909) 624-7070 

California Coalition for Youth Crisis Hotline (Ages 12-24) 

Available 24/7 as the statewide emergency response system for youth and families in crisis.  


(800) 843-5200 

East Valley Community Health Center (Multiple locations) 

Behavioral health services include individual therapy for children and adults, couples therapy, family therapy, medication-assisted treatment, linkages to community resources, prenatal support groups, grief/loss groups, anxiety and depression, and court-mandated cases. 


(626) 919-4333 ext. 3117 

Eating Disorder Therapy LA 

A specialized outpatient eating disorder psychotherapy practice. 


(323) 743-1122 

Foothill Family 

Program includes mental health care, early childhood development and parent education, youth and family services including prevention and treatment of child abuse, domestic violence, and elder abuse, as well as services for pregnant and parenting teens. 


(626) 993-3000 

Heritage Clinic 

Serving the behavioral health needs of older adults and their families who live in Los Angeles County. 


(626) 577-8480 


Hillside Centers provide parenting classes, mental health support, and additional crucial resources for vulnerable children and families. 


(323) 274-3075 

Los Angeles County Human Services Hotline 

211 LA is the locally based, nonprofit guide to the services & information residents need to navigate life in Los Angeles. 


Dial 211 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (Locations: Glendale, Highland Park, El Sereno, Glassell Park, Burbank, and more) 

NAMI offers no-cost mental health services.  


Call or text: (213) 797-0494   

Open Path Collective 

This is a nonprofit nationwide of mental health professionals dedicated to providing inclusive in-office and online mental health care – at a steeply reduced rate – to clients in need.  


Pacific Clinics (Multiple locations) 

They serve children, transitional age youth, families, adults, and older adults. They offer full range of mental and behavioral health services, foster care and social services, housing, continuing adult education and more. 


(877) 722-2737 or (626) 254-5000 

Pasadena Health Department Social & Mental Health Division  

Provides mental health and wraparound case management services to eligible individuals in Pasadena and the surrounding communities. With a focus on special populations, such as, at-risk youth, LGBTQI2-S, seniors, and homeless. 


(626) 744-6339 

Peace Over Violence 

Assistance with intimate partner/domestic violence resources and counseling. 


Emergency Hotline: (626) 793-3385  

Reasons Eating Disorder Center 

Provides inpatient, residential, and outpatient programs for adults.  


(844) 573-2766 

Rose City Counseling 

They are a nonprofit licensed psychology clinic that serves low-to-moderate income residents of the San Gabriel Valley and greater Los Angeles County. 


595 E Colorado Blvd., Suite 418 Pasadena, CA 91101 

(626) 793-8609  

The Renfrew Center of Los Angeles  

This facility specializes in a full range of eating disorders and offers various treatment programs. 


(800) 736-3739 

Trans Lifeline’s Hotline 

This is a peer support service run by trans people, for trans and questioning callers.  


(877) 565-8860 

Special Service for Groups, Inc. 

Provides behavioral health, forensic and criminal justice, housing and homeless services, and more. 


(213) 553-1800 

Suicide Prevention Hotline 

The Lifeline provides 24/7; free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States. 


(800) 273-8255 


All For Health, Health For All 

Various locations for Glendale, Burbank, and North Hollywood. Immunization services provided. 


CHAP Clinic – Fair Oaks 

Multiple Locations: https://chapcare.org/ 

1855 N. Fair Oaks Ave Suite 200 Pasadena, CA. 91103 

(626) 398-6300 

Central City Community Health Centers (Primary Care, OB/GYN, Behavioral Health, Radiologist, etc.) 

Services vary by location. 


4126 N. Maine Ave. Baldwin Park, CA 91706 

4160 N. Maine Ave. Baldwin Park, CA 91706 

(626) 653-0800 

Comprehensive Community Health Centers 

CCHC offers a comprehensive approach to health care and provides primary medical care, dental care, behavioral health, vision, preventive health care, case management, and other specialty services. 


801 S. Chevy Chase Dr., Suite 250 Glendale, CA 91205 

(818) 265-2264 

5059 York Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90042 

(323) 344-4144 

8316 Foothill Blvd. Sunland, CA 91040 

(818) 273-8800 

East Valley Community Health Center 

Provides primary care, dental care, vision services, and counseling at multiple locations within the east San Gabriel Valley and Pomona Communities. 


(626) 919-4333 

El Monte Comprehensive Health Center 

Provides high quality primary care services to patients in the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding communities. This location services adults and children. Immunization services provided. 


(626) 434-2500 

El Proyecto del Barrio, Inc.  

Provides primary care and behavioral health. 


3942 Main Ave Baldwin Park, CA 91706 

(626) 678-9296 

Young & Healthy (ages 0-18 and up to 25 years old for former foster youth) 

They connect underserved children with free medical, dental and mental healthcare through volunteer doctors; help families with insurance enrollment and navigation; and provide referrals to local services. 


(626) 795-5166 


Black Women for Wellness 

Committed to healing, supporting and educating black women/girls through health education, empowerment and advocacy. 


Find Help 

Search and connect to support. Financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost help. 


Foothill Unity Center, Inc. 

Multi-service agency – serves as the regions primary provider of integrated services that help individuals and families move out of poverty to reach economic stability. 


LA County Department of Public Social Services 

Provides help to low-income families and individuals.  

955 N. Lake Ave Pasadena, CA 91104 


(626) 569-1399 

LA County Information Line 

211 LA (or 211 LA County) is the hub for community members and community organizations looking for all types of health, human, and social services in Los Angeles County.  


Dial 211 

One Degree Resources 

A website to help find free or low-cost, life-improving resources. 



Center for the Pacific-Asian Family  

Services include Sexual Assault Response Team (SART), confidential hotline, emergency shelter and transitional housing, counseling, accompaniment to court or hospital, and more. 

3424 Wilshire Blvd, Suite #1000 Los Angeles, CA 90010 


24-Hour Multilingual Confidential Hotline: (800) 339-3940  

East Los Angeles Women’s Center 

Provides services relating to sexual assault, domestic violence, human trafficking, housing and emergency sheltering, and more. 


(800) 585-6231 Crisis Hotline 24/7 

(323) 526-5819 Main Office 

Foothill Family Services 

Programs include mental health care; early childhood development and parent education; school-based services; and youth and family services including prevention and treatment of child abuse, domestic violence, and elder abuse, as well as services for pregnant and parenting teens. 


(626) 993-3000 

Jewish Family Service LA 

Access a comprehensive network of services. 


24 Hour Crisis Line: (818) 505-0900 or (323) 681-2626 

Peace Over Violence  

Provides support to intimate partner/domestic violence victims including Emergency, Intervention, Prevention, Education and Advocacy services in Los Angeles and the 22 cities within the West San Gabriel Valley. 

892 N Fair Oaks, Suite D Pasadena, CA 91103 


Office: (626) 584-6191 

24 Hour Rape and Battering Hotline: (626) 793-3385 

Project Sister 

Services include a 24-hour hotline; advocacy and accompaniment to local hospitals, law enforcement interviews and legal proceedings; individual and group counseling; self-defense classes; an early intervention anti-violence program for pregnant and parenting teens and adults of infant and toddler children; and special programs for high risk youth.  


24-Hour Hotline: (626) 966-4155  

Rape Crisis Hotline: (909) 626-4357  

General Office: (909) 623-1619  

The Rape Treatment Center at UCLA Health 

Provides comprehensive services for sexual assault victims of all ages including medical care, forensic services, counseling and information about rights and options. Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 


(424) 259-7208 

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center – Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) 

Their SART Program utilizes a team of professionals specially trained to provide medical care, emotional support and comprehensive medical-legal examinations for victims of sexual assault. 

438 W. Las Tunas Drive San Gabriel, CA 91776 


24-Hour Helpline: (877) 209-3049 

Shepherd’s Door 

Services for domestic violence victims include domestic violence counseling, support groups, financial literacy workshops, healing art workshops, legal assistance, and resource referrals.  


(626) 765-9967 

Violence Intervention Program  

Provides services relating to sexual assault, mental health, and transitional support for children, adults, elderly and LGBTQ people. 


(323) 221-4134 

YWCA Glendale & Pasadena 

Offers residential and non-residential programs to support survivors’ safety and healing and provides violence prevention education for the community at large to disrupt the cycle of violence and to build a compassionate community of support for survivors. 


24-Hour Hotline: (888) 999-7511 

YWCA of San Gabriel Valley 

Offers Non-Residential Services including a 24-hour crisis helpline, case management (assessment, care planning, advocacy, financial literacy, and employment readiness). YWCA-SGV also provides culturally sensitive individual and group counseling with trained therapists to help clients heal from their trauma. 


24-Hour Help Line: (626) 967-0658 


Advanced Urgent Care of Pasadena 


797 S. Arroyo Pkwy, Pasadena, CA 91105 

(626) 304-0404 

Alhambra Hospital Medical Center 


100 S. Raymond Ave Alhambra, CA 91801 

(626) 570-1606 

AP Urgent Care (Allied Pacific) 


120 W. Hellman Ave, Suite 101 Monterey Park, CA 91754 

(626) 282-0261 

Covina Urgent Care 


605 E. Badillo St. Covina, CA 91723 

(626) 732-9232 

Eagle Rock Urgent Care 

4623 Eagle Rock Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90041 

(213) 878-5700 

Emante Health Medical Group 

Multiple locations. 


Garfield Medical Center 


525 N. Garfield Ave. Monterey Park, CA 91754 

(626) 573-2222 Information Desk 

(626) 307-2125 Emergency Room 

Glendora Community Hospital 


150 W. Route 66 Glendora, CA 91740 

(626) 852-5000 

Huntington Memorial Hospital 


100 W. California Blvd. Pasadena, CA. 91105 

(626) 397-5000 Hospital Main Line 

(626) 397-5112 Emergency 

Integrative Urgent Care 


148 N. Grand Ave Glendora, CA 91741 

(626) 346-7474 

Kindred Hospital Baldwin Park 


14148 Francisquito Ave Baldwin Park, CA 91706 

(626) 388-2700 

LAC+USC Medical Center 


2051 Marengo St. Los Angeles, CA 90033 

(323) 409-1000 

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center 


438 W. Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel, CA 91776 

(626) 289-5454 

Urgent Care at Pomona Valley Health Centers 


2333 Foothill Blvd. La Verne, CA 91750 

(909) 865-9977 

USC Arcadia Hospital  


300 W. Huntington Dr. Arcadia, CA 91007 

(626) 898-8000 Main Hospital Phone 

(626) 574-3456 Emergency Services 



A non-profit service designed to help people get and keep CalFresh any time, from any device. Food Stamps & EBT applications. 


(877) 847-8663 

Friends in Deed 

Friends in Deed is an interfaith organization that provides supportive services to meet basic human needs, so their homeless and at-risk neighbors can rebuild their lives. 

444 E. Washington Blvd Pasadena, CA 91104 


(626) 797-2402 

Los Angeles Regional Food Bank 

Distributes food and other essentials to children, seniors, families and other individuals in need. 


1734 E 41st St. Los Angeles, CA 90058  

(323) 234-3030 

Shepherd’s Pantry 

Their mission is to provide food, resources and services from a faith-based perspective to those in need.  


657 E Arrow Highway, Suite J Glendora, CA 9170 

(626) 852-7630 

1419 Arrow Highway Irwindale, CA 91706 

(626) 305-0392 


Door of Hope 

Family Solutions Center in Pasadena.  

(626) 304-9130 

East San Gabriel Valley Coalition for the Homeless 

15701 Hill St. La Puente, CA 91744  


(626) 333-7204  

Family Promises 

Their mission is to help families experiencing or at risk of homelessness achieve sustainable independence through a community-based approach.  


(626) 569-0991 

Homes for Life Foundation 

Provides housing, mental health services, rehabilitation, and skills development for those experiencing mental illness/homelessness.  


(310) 337-7417 

Union Station Homeless Services (Family, Individual, and Youth Assistance) 

Support for people currently homeless or is at-risk of becoming homeless. 

412 S. Raymond Ave Pasadena, CA 91104 


(626) 240-4550 or Dial 211 

Safe Parking LA 

Provides safe overnight parking to facilitate stability and housing in Los Angeles County for individuals living in their vehicles, and advocates for fair and equitable treatment and resources for the unhoused. 


(323) 210-3375 


Alinea Medical Imaging 

X-Ray and Ultrasound services. 


2475 N. Garey Ave Pomona, CA 91767 


Centrelake Imaging & Oncology  


11436 Garvey Ave, Suite D El Monte, CA 91732 

(909) 242-7300 

Services: X-Ray, Ultrasound, Bone Density  

1700 West Covina Pkwy West Covina, CA 91790 

(626) 773-7717 

Services: MRI, CT, X-Ray, Ultrasound, and more  

Emante Health Imaging 

Charity Care and Financial Assistance Available – Patient must call for cash prices 

CT, MRI, X-Ray, Ultrasound, and more. 


828 S. Grand Ave., Suite 101 & 104 Glendora, CA 91740 

(626) 963-2057 

Huntington Hill Imaging Center  

PPPSGV Referral and Demographic Form is needed. Patient is to call to schedule their appointment and bring the PPPSGV Referral and Demographic Form to their appointment.  

PET, CT, MRI, X-Ray, Ultrasound, and more. 


625 S. Fair Oaks Ave, Suite 180 Pasadena, CA 91105 

(626) 698-7266 

1509 West Cameron Ave., Suite D-100 West Covina, CA 91790 

(626) 698-7266 

130 W. Route 66, Suite 110 Glendora, CA 91740 

(626) 698-7266 

LAC+USC Medical Center 

Radiology services, such as Mammograms and X-Rays, and more. 


1983 Marengo St. Los Angeles, CA 90033 

In the Diagnostic & Treatment (D&T) Tower on the 3rd floor, B3C 

(323) 409-7200 

LAC+USC Medical Center - Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center 

Medical Imaging & Nuclear Medicine  


7601 E. Imperial Hwy., Downey, CA 90242 

Located on the 3rd floor 3130, Outpatient Building 

(562) 385-7535 

(877) 726-2461 

Pacific Medical Imaging & Oncology Center - Alhambra Location* 

MRI/MRA, PET, CT, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound, X-Rays, and Bone Densitometry. 

Patient to call for cash prices. 


707 S. Garfield Ave Suite B-001 Alhambra, CA 91801 

(626) 227-2727 

1661 Hanover Rd., Suite 102 City of Industry, CA 91748 

(626) 965-8118 

RadNet Radiology Imaging  

CT, Bone Density, MRI, X-Ray, Ultrasound, and more. 


612 W. Duarte Rd., Suite 101 Arcadia, CA 91007 

(626) 447-0035 

700 N. Central Ave., Suite 100 Glendale, CA 91203 

(818) 480-7234 

630 S. Raymond Ave., Suite 210 Pasadena, CA 91105 

(626) 356-0700 

Ultrasound Institute Medical Group  

Cash Prices Online – No Insurance Needed – Referral Form Required.  


3700 E. Inland Empire Blvd., Suite 250 Ontario, CA 91764 

(909) 483-5550 

291 S. La Cienega Blvd., Suite 500 Beverly Hills, CA 90211 

(310) 289-8780 

United Medical Imaging Healthcare (UMIH – Multiple Locations)  

When calling to schedule an appointment, let them know there is a Discounted Rate for your services for Planned Parenthood. X-Ray, MRI, Bone Density, Ultrasound, CT, Nuclear Medicine, and more. 


624 S. Central Ave. Glendale, CA 91204 

(818) 241-3369 

1401 W. Merced Ave West Covina, CA 91790 

(626) 813-6100 


HRC Fertility 


55S Lake Ave 9th Floor Pasadena, CA 91101 

(866) 472-4483 


Bet Tzedek 

Provides free expert legal advice and representation to low-income residents of Los Angeles County.  

3250 Wilshire Blvd, 13th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90010-1577  


(323) 549-5894  

Coalition for Human Immigrants’ Rights of Los Angeles  

Offers immigration legal services at low cost.  


(213) 201-3797 

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles 

A nonprofit law firm that protects and advances the rights of the most underserved, ensuring that everyone can have access to the justice system. 


(800) 399-4529 

National Center for Youth Law 

NYCL can provide referrals to direct legal services; provide resources to youth, caregivers, attorneys, and professionals and more. 


Neighborhood of Legal Services of Los Angeles County 

Provide free legal help to residents of LA County and resources. 


Public Counsel Law Center 

Diverse team of attorneys, paralegals, social workers, and organizers works to protect the legal rights of disadvantaged children; represents immigrants, including those who have been the victims of torture, persecution, trafficking, and other crimes; and fosters economic justice by providing individuals and institutions in underserved communities with access to quality legal representation. 


610 S. Ardmore Ave Los Angeles, CA 90005  

(213) 385-2977 

Repro Legal Helpline by If/When/How 

Their attorneys and advocates provide legal information and support to people navigating complex laws regarding abortion. 


The Alliance for Children’s Rights 

Their mission is to protect the rights of children in poverty and those overcoming abuse and neglect by delivering free legal services, supportive programs, and systematic solutions. 


(213) 368-6010 


You can call (877) 597-4777 to find the nearest Medi-Cal office or apply online at https://www.coveredca.com/  


Covered California and the Department of Health Care Services are working together to support health insurance shoppers to get the coverage and care that is right for them. 


(800) 300-1506   

Glendale District  

4680 San Fernando Rd. Glendale, CA 91204 

(818) 701-8200 

Pasadena District  

955 N. Lake Ave. Pasadena, CA 91104 

(626) 569-1399 

San Gabriel Valley District 

3352 Aero Jet Ave. El Monte, CA 91731 

(310) 258-7400 

Pomona District 

2040 W. Holt Ave. Pomona, CA 91768 
(866) 613-3777 


Black Infant Health Program - Pasadena Public Health Department 
The BIH program provides culturally appropriate maternal education through empowerment focused groups and case management. 
(626) 744-6155 

Black Infants and Families
The AAIMM Doula Program offers free doula support for those that meet the following eligibility criteria: 18 or older (or foster youth), pregnant person, self-identifying as Black/ African American and live in Los Angeles County.
(213) 639-6448
[email protected]

California Abundant Birth Project
Provides cash during pregnancy with no strings attached as a strategy to prevent stress during pregnancy. Participants must meet eligibility requirements.

California Women, Infants, and Children Program (WIC) - Pasadena 

A federally funded supplemental food, nutrition education and breastfeeding support program.   

(626) 744-6520 

For other WIC locations call (888) 942-9675 

Care Fertility
Comprehensive range of services encompasses IVF and IUI Programs, tubal reversals, fertility preservation, infertility diagnostics, donor eggs/sperm, surrogacy, and dedicated support for LGBTQ communities.
Located in Glendale, Arcadia, and Upland.
(323) 230-7311

Child Care Alliance of Los Angeles
Resource Directory that connects you to local resources and referral agencies who can help you find child-care that best meets your needs.

Doula Directory
A directory to connect you to a birth advocacy doula near you. All Doulas are BADT-trained and BADT-certified birth workers.

East Valley Community Health Centers 
(Multiple Locations) 
420 S. Glendora Ave West Covina, CA 91790 
(626) 919-5724 

El Monte Comprehensive Health Center 
10953 Ramona Blvd. El Monte, CA 91731  
(626) 579-8463 

Foothill Family – Youth & Family Services 
Services include prevention, intervention, treatment, and support programs for various family situations. Multiple locations across LA County and San Gabriel Valley. 
(626) 993-3000 

Justbirth Space
Offers free virtual perinatal support to individuals over the course of pregnancy, labor and birth, postpartum, and beyond. Their services are rooted in reproductive justice and aim to center the experiences of BIPOC individuals, affirm LGBTQIA2+ communities, and support all women, birthing people, and families on their journeys. 

La Puente Public Health Center 
15930 Central Ave. La Puente, CA 91744  
(626) 968-2900 

LAC+USC Medical Center 
2051 Marengo St. Los Angeles, CA 90033  
(323) 409-3000 

Maternal Mental Health Now
Helping those who want to become pregnant, are pregnant and just welcomed a baby understand and manage perinatal depression and anxiety.

Northeast Community Clinic- Women’s Health Center 
Multiple Locations. 
5820 N. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90042  
(323) 255-6000 

Options for Learning
Provides free, low-cost, and affordable child-care, home based early learning programs. 

Pasadena City College – Parent Education 
Offers FREE Parent Education classes taught by certificated instructors 
(626) 585-300 

Pasadena Public Health Department Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Program 
MCAH staff work with community organizations and medical providers to improve access to quality prenatal, medical, dental, and mental health care for low-to-moderate income families. 
(800) 304-0015 

Poppy Seed Health
An app providing 24/7 text support with doulas, midwives and nurses for pregnant and postpartum birthing people. Resources on birth, family planning, health & wellness, labor and delivery, lactation, loss & support, mental health, newborn, postpartum, pregnancy, reproductive health and unexpected pregnancies. $29 per month.

Postpartum Support International
Postpartum Support International’s Warmline: 1-800-944-4773

Pregnancy Help Center of San Gabriel Valley
Provides free and gently used baby clothes and supplies, parenting classes, and has a 24 hour help line for pregnant individuals.
904 E Main St. Alhambra, CA 91801
(626) 309-0788
24-hour helpline: (800) 712-HELP

Queer Birth Project

Community group for queer folks in or planning the process of trying to conceive. This is a safe place to share your joys, struggles, and questions, to offer support and to be supported.

Young United Parents

Short videos and articles made by and for young parents covering topics on parenting, pregnancy, relationships, self-care, sexual health, birth control and personal goals.


LA County Department of Public Health 

Community Health Services 


241 N. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90012  

(213) 240-8251 

Pasadena Department of Public Health  


1845 N. Fair Oaks Ave. Pasadena, CA 91103 

Room 1136 

(626) 744-6000 


AIDS HealthCare Foundation  

AHF offers advanced medical care for people living with HIV. They provide clients with easy access to specialists, medications, and services. 


3131 Santa Anita Ave., Suite 109 El Monte, CA 91733 

(323) 361-7514 



AltaMed HIV Program 

Offers HIV treatment, medical care coordination, mental health services, health education, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), and more. 



5427 Whittier Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90022 

(323) 869-5448 

APLA HIV Specialty Care  

If you are living with HIV, APLA medical providers will work with you to ensure you are getting the medicines you need and that you maintain your health. In addition, if you are living with HIV and need further support, they can refer you to other services they provide, including benefits counseling, nutrition counseling, and much more. 


Location (1) 

3743 S La Brea Ave Los Angeles, CA 90016 

(323) 329-9900 

Location (2) 

5901 W Olympic Blvd., Suite 310 Los Angeles, CA 90036 

(323) 215-1725 


Offers PrEP. 


Children's Hospital Los Angeles Youth HIV Testing Collaborative (Ages 12-24) 

The program offers comprehensive services for adolescents and young adults living with HIV, health education and screening services targeted at HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), clinical research, and capacity-building assistance for providers. 


3250 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 300 Los Angeles, CA 90010 

(323) 361-7514 

(323) 361-2153 

(323) 205-5422 Call or text to reach a PrEP Navigator 

Division of HIV and STD Program 

Information on HIV and the most common STDs and associated diseases, including HIV and STD prevention information, frequently asked questions; help with talking to your partners about HIV and STDs, information by population, information by disease, and more. 


600 S. Commonwealth Ave., 10th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90005 

(213) 351-8000 

East Valley Community Health Centers 

Offers specialized services for people living with HIV/AIDS including: benefits application assistance, nutrition counseling, treatment advocacy, referrals for housing, medications, legal aid and food assistance plus AIDS Drug Assistance Program and substance abuse referrals. Also, PrEP services available. 


420 S. Glendora Ave West Covina, CA 91790 

(909) 620-8088 ext. 3200 

(626) 919-4333 

1555 S. Garey Ave Pomona, CA 91766 

(626) 919-4333 ext. 3200 

(909) 620-8088 

Huntington Hospital Emergency Department (PEP)  

Emergency post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) services for people with insurance.  

100 W. California Blvd Pasadena, CA 91105 

(626) 397-5112 

LAC + USC Medical Center (PEP) 

Urgent Care & Emergency Services for PEP. 

2051 Marengo St. Los Angeles, CA 90033 

(323) 409-1000 

Los Angeles County STD/HIV Hotline (PEP/PrEP) 

(800) 758-0880 

Option 1 for PREP and PEP 

Los Angeles LGBT Center – Jeffery Goodman Special Care Clinic 

The Los Angeles LGBT Center has providers who specialize in primary care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and people living with HIV. 


1625 N. Schrader Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028 

(323) 993-7400 

John Wesley Health Centers JWCH Institute 

Provides complete care for folks who tested positive for HIV (treatment, counseling, education, medical care, and more). 


To make an appointment at one of the locations below, call (562) 867-7999 or (866) 733-5924  

John Wesley Health Center – Bellflower 

14371 Clark Ave Bellflower, CA 91706 

John Wesley Health Center – Downtown LA 

522 S. San Pedro St. Los Angeles, CA 90013 

John Wesley Health Center – East Hollywood 

954 N. Vermont Ave Los Angeles, CA 90029 

Men’s Health Foundation 

Low or no-cost medical services from public programs include mental health, assistance with health insurance, PrEP and PEP access for HIV prevention, expert care for people living with HIV, and fast HIV treatment. They offer wellness classes and events for gay and trans youth of color through SoCal Club, our South LA community center. 


9201 Sunset Blvd., Suite 812 West Hollywood, CA 90069 

(310) 550-1010  

(310) 739-1207 

2700 W. Manchester Blvd. Inglewood, CA 90305 

(323) 905-5676 

(310) 739-1207 

North East Valley Corporation Adult Health Center  

Provides confidential HIV testing and outpatient HIV treatment, including drug therapies and referrals to clinical trials. Services for transgender persons are offered plus counseling, referrals to community services, and transportation assistance.  


14624 Sherman Way, Suite 600 Van Nuys, CA 91405 

(818) 923-9160 

Referral Link American Academy of HIV Medicine 


Tell Your Partner 

Text a sexual partner that they might be at risk of an STD. If you text a partner, it will ALWAYS be anonymous. (Keep in mind that if your partner has only had sex with you, they’ll likely know it was from you). Studies have shown that anonymous notification options improve the rate of partner notification, which contributes to the successful detection, diagnosis, and treatment of transmitted infections. 



Alcoholics Anonymous 

Multiple Locations. 


(626) 914-1861 


Multiple Locations in Los Angeles & San Gabriel Valley. 


(626) 444-9453 

BHS- American Recovery Center 

Clients receive education about addiction, are introduced to self-help programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, and receive referrals for continuing care and other community support. 


2180 Valley Blvd. Pomona, CA 91768 

(909) 865-2336 

Casa Treatment Center  

Casa serves adult women of all ages, socio-economic, and ethnic backgrounds, who suffer from substance abuse disorders and addiction.  


160 N El Molino Ave Pasadena, CA 91101 

(626) 792-2770 

Health Right 360 

Provides a full continuum of substance use disorder treatment services to adults, youth, and families, including outpatient, residential, custody-based, sober living environments, and case management programs. 


(800) 200-7181 


Provide a caring, structured, no-nonsense program of recovery for those who have a desire to get and stay clean and sober.  


(866) 734-4200 

Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse 

Provides a comprehensive continuum of care and treatment, including outpatient, intensive outpatient, and residential programs for adolescents and adults. 


(562) 906-2676 

Pacific Clinics Substance Abuse Services 

66 Hurlbut St. Pasadena, CA 91105 


(626) 441-4221 

Pasadena Council Alcohol & Drug Dependency 

Providing Substance Use and Mental Health treatment services. 

1245 E Walnut St., Suite 117 Pasadena, CA 91106 


(626) 773-4364 


California Coalition for Youth 

California Coalition for Youth (CCY) provides strong statewide policy leadership around issues concerning disconnected runaway and homeless youth and provides direct support to youth and families through our program. Available 24/7 as the statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis.  


Phone, text, and online support available. 

(800) 843-5200 

CASA Youth Shelter  

Casa Youth Shelter provides shelter, counseling, and support services to all youth. 


10911 Reagan Street Los Alamitos, CA 90720  

(800) 914 2272 

Children’s Bureau of So Cal-San Gabriel 

Provides mental health services, family support programs, and more. 


(626) 337-8811 (West Covina Location) 

(323) 953-7350 (Los Angeles Location) 

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles 

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is dedicated to providing affirming care for transgender and gender diverse children, adolescents, young adults and their families.  


(323) 361-2153 

D’Veal Family and Youth Services  

Provides mental and behavioral health services to children and families. 


Enki Health Services, Inc. 

Provides quality, affordable, and supportive care for behavioral and mental health services. 


(866) 227-1302 

Five Acres 

Provides mental and behavioral health services, community based specialty services, deaf services, wraparound care, and more.  


(800) 696-6793 (call or text; staff will respond within one business day) 

LA Gay & Lesbian Center 

Provides support for LGBT young people experiencing homelessness in L.A., adult mentorship, and a welcoming space for youth. 


Youth Talk-line: (866) 488-7386 

San Gabriel Children’s Center  

Provides mental health services, residential treatment services, and wraparound services.  


(626) 859-2089 Appointment Line 

Teen Line 

Teen Line's highly trained teen listeners provide support, resources and hope to any teen who is struggling. 


Call: (800) 852-8336 (6PM-10PM daily) 

Text: TEEN to 839863 (6PM-9PM daily) 

Trinity Youth Services  

Trinity provides quality short-term residential programs, foster care and adoption services, and mental health programs to traumatized, abused, neglected and abandoned children throughout Southern California. 


(800) 964-9811 for general inquires 

Victor Helping Others Soar 

Services include mental health, short-term residential programs, clinical and school based mental health programs, juvenile justice, and transition age youth, substance abuse services for children and families.  


801 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 202 Pomona, CA 91768 

(909) 766-7060 

(626) 227-0557 


If you have LA Care or Health Net Health Insurance, you can ask for transportation assistance to your appointments. Other Medi-Cal insurance plans may have transportation resources available. 

LA Care Patients with Medi-Cal: Call the Car (888) 839-9909 

Health Net Patients with Medi-Cal: Logisticare (855) 253-6863 

Access is a public transportation agency dedicated to providing quality transportation for people with disabilities in Los Angeles County. Eligibility for Access is based on your ability to use accessible buses and trains in Los Angeles County.  Eligibility is not based solely on whether you have a disability. To find out if you’re eligible for transportation through Access, please call (800)-883-1295 or click https://accessla.org/

Access Reproductive Justice  

Specializing in abortion and pregnancy support, Access RJ can provide free and confidential information, funding, practical support, referrals, advocacy, lodging and transportation assistance and more. 


Phone: (800) 376-4636 

Text: (510) 925-0335 

Call 2-1-1 LA or (800) 339-6993 

City of Glendale 

The Dial-A-Ride program provides curb to curb transportation service to its residents who are 65 years of age or older and individuals with disabilities of any age. Riders are provided transportation within the city and county areas of Montrose, La Crescenta, and within the cities of Glendale and La Canada-Flintridge. 


(818) 247-0691 

City of Pasadena Transit System 

Pasadena Transit Dial-A-Ride uses the region’s transit Reduced Fare TAP card system for its membership eligibility process. Riders can apply online. 


(626) 744-4094 

Foothill Transit 

Foothill Transit offers discounted transit fares for students K-12 and college students. 


(800) 743-3463 


Metro's Low-Income Fare is Easy (LIFE) program provides fare discounts for income-eligible individuals valid for the purchase of weekly and monthly transit passes. 


(323) 870-8567 or (818) 244-2550 

Hillsides (Current or Former Foster Youth/Experiencing Homelessness) 

The Youth Moving On Peer Resource Center is a program of Hillsides for transitional-age youth ages 16-25 that provides free bus tokens and school supplies.  

(626) 765-6010 

My Friends Place (Age 12-18 years) 

This program provides daytime shelter as well as basic needs services such as meals, showers, clothing, hygiene supplies, transportation, and communication tools. 


(323) 908-0011 

Non-Medical Transportation Benefit through Medi-Cal Insurance 

One Degree Community Resources 


Public Transportation Discounts for Students in K-12 (Age 5-18 years) or College/Vocational School 

MetroLink gives discounts on transit fare to students in Los Angeles County. This discount can be used on a monthly pass, a 7-day pass, one-way ticket, or round trip tickets. 



(213) 680-0054 

Ramona Adult Day Health Center in Baldwin Park 

Ramona Adult Day Health Care Center offers transportation assistance to and from a medical service for those in need with disabilities. 

(626) 960-9757 


LAC+USC Medical Center 

2051 Marengo St. Los Angeles, CA 90033 

(323) 409-1000 

San Gabriel Valley Medical Center Surgical Services 

438 W Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel, CA 91776  

(626) 289-5454 



Planned Parenthood Locations (call the number below to find the nearest location to you) 

(800) 576-5544 

UCLA Family Planning 

1010 Veteran Ave Los Angeles, CA 90095 

(310) 825-7955 

PPPSGV provides information in this resource guide to assist patients and clients in more easily locating and identifying available resources in and around PPPSGV’s service area. The organizations listed in this resource guide are independent organizations from PPPSGV. Inclusion in this resource guide does not constitute a referral or recommendation of any specific program. This list is not exhaustive, and other qualified providers may be available to see patients and clients. None of these organizations have paid PPPSGV to be included in this resource guide.

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