Humboldt County Office of Education: Post-Earthquake Mental Health Resources

Post-Earthquake Mental Health Resources

Post-Earthquake Mental Health Resources

Crisis Resources

988 Crisis Lifeline | Dial 988, 24 hours a day

The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress

Humboldt County Mobile Response Team

The Mobile Response Team assists individuals in gaining access to effective outpatient and crisis services in the least restrictive manner possible, including individuals in a pre-crisis state and those being discharged from inpatient care.

707-445-7715 |

Humboldt Bridges to Success

For mental health crises that require immediate attention, call the Mental Health 24-Hour Crisis Line at 707-445-7715 or toll-free at 888-849-5728
*Ask for Julie Beach

Family Resource Centers

Our local Family Resource Centers are robust and are a great way to connect families to the resources they need.

Family Mental Health Resources

Parent Guide to Helping Children after an Earthquake

Being in an earthquake is very frightening, and the days, weeks, and months following are very stressful. Your children and family will recover over time, especially with the support of your relatives, friends, community, and relief organizations. 

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Listen, Protect, and Connect: Psychological First Aid for Children, Parents, and Other Caregivers After Natural Disasters

As a parent or adult caregiver, you are in the best position to help children’s recovery in the aftermath of a natural disaster. Just as you help children in other times of distress, illness, or upset, you are in an excellent position to help children when disaster strikes their lives.

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Sleep Under Stressful Conditions

 If you or a loved one is having feelings of anxiety and you are having trouble sleeping, use this guide to learn about strategies, tips, and techniques to reduce stress and improve your sleep.

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