Where to find help at AHC

Crisis
On-Campus Resources
Community Mental Health Resources
Hotlines and Self-Help
Local Support Groups

In Crisis

Campus and Public Safety
For 24 hours a-day crisis response call (805) 922-6966, 3652 (SM) & 5652 (LVC), or 3911 from any campus phone. 911 from a non-campus phone

On-Campus

Student Health Services
Building W, Room 12, 805-922-6966, 3212

Personal counseling is offered FREE for credit students.  Available during open hours, by appointment, or walk-in if available.

Community Mental Health Resources

Santa Barbara County Mental Health Access
888-868-1649
24 hour access

San Luis Obispo County Mental Health Access

800-838-1381

San Luis Obispo County Helpline
Transitions Mental Health
(805/800) 783-0607

211 Santa Barbara County Helpline
Get connected. Get answers.
211.org

Hotlines and Self-Help

National Suicide Prevention Hotline
1-800-273-TALK 
suicidepreventionlifeline.org  

ULifeline
Your online resource for college mental health
ulifeline.org

The Jed Foundation
Promoting emotional health and preventing suicide
jedfoundation.org

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
nami.org

Local Support Groups

Alcoholics Anonymous
800-923-8722 
aa.org
Santa Maria 805-925-3782 24 hour answering service

Al-Anon & Alateen
District 3- Central Coast 628-400-3033

Domestic Violence Solutions
Santa Maria: 805-925-2160
Lompoc: 805-736-0965
Santa Ynez: 805-686-4390

Rape Crisis
Hotline: 805-736-7273
Santa Maria: 805-922-2994
Lompoc: 805-736-8535

Good Samaritan Services
805-346-8185, mental health and substance abuse counseling, sober living

Salvation Army
805-349-2421

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How to stay Safe
at Hancock

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Resources

suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Ulifeline
Ulifeline.org/AHC

Santa Barbara County Mental Health Services
24 hour access, 1-888-868-1649

Veteran's Crisis Line

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Last Modified Feb 12, 2018