Nevada County Teen
Nevada County Teen Resources
A spot for Nevada County teens and their families to access information on topics that matter to youth and find resources for supportive services, programs, and opportunities for advocacy.
Resource Center: Dial 211 for assistance or visit the 211 webpage
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Dial 988 - En Espanol opirma el 2
Trevor Project Crisis Line - for LGBTQ+ Youth: 1-866-488-7386 or Text 678-678 or visit The Trevor Project webpage
CA Youth Teen Line: Call 310-855-4673 or Text "TEEN" to 839863
National Runaway Hotline: Call 1-800-786-2929 or Text 66008 or visit the webpage
Granite Wellness Centers for Drug and Alcohol treatment services: Call 530-273-9541 or visit the webpage
- Sydnee Curry, Peer Mentor, 530-273-9541 x210
- Teen Drop in Clinic: Monday and Wednesday from 10am-4pm. 530-388-0359
Common Goals: substance abuse counseling services : Call 530-274-2000 or visit the webpage
Know Overdose Nevada County - local resources webpage
Nevada County Behavioral Health - Provides substance use treatment. Call 530-265-1437 or view the webpage
SAFE Program and SAFE Youth Drop-in Navigation Center: 530-265-4311 or visit the webpage
Location: 200 Litton Drive, Grass Valley CA 95945
SAFE's Summer Hours: 11am-3pm Monday through Thursday. Youth through age 26 can come to the Drop-in Center to get more information about SAFE and receive food, clothing, hygiene supplies, and more.
- The Friendship Club: Providing academic, social and emotional support for female, identifying as female, and gender non-conforming between ages 10 and 18 and provides assistance into their 20s as they transition into adulthood.
Big Brothers Big Sisters: One on One mentoring support. Please visit the webpage
Trevor Project Crisis Line: 1-866-488-7386 or Text 678-678 or visit the webpage
Trans Lifeline: 1-877-565-8860 Peer support hotline for trans and questioning persons.
- For the Family Support hotline call the main line and ask for 'Friends and Family Line'
- Trans Lifeline Webpage
The Rainbow Social, hosted by Bright Futures for youth: Monthly meetups for support, friendship, and advocacy.
Nevada County PRIDE - Social Network and Advocacy
The Spectrum Project: support for GSAs (Gender and Sexualities Alliance) in schools, training, and parent groups
Young Parents Program: Free case management for teens of any gender who are parenting or expecting a baby, 19 and under, and live in Nevada County.
- Please contact Jolene Hardin, Young Parents Program Case Manager, at 530-272-2635 x338 or 530-615-0308
Community Beyond Violence (CBV): In school advocates can help with free counseling, high school clubs.
- 24 Hour Crisis Line: 530-272-3467 or Text 530-290-6555
- CBV Website
Nevada County Crisis Response via the Sheriff’s Department: Licensed clinicians providing mental health assessments & interventions. They ride with sheriffs to serve mental health related calls. Everyday 7am-7pm, call dispatch at 530-265-7880 and request Mobile Crisis Team
Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital: Walk ins for youth in the Emergency Department at 155 Glasson Way, Grass Valley, CA 95945 (530) 274-6000)
Crisis Stabilization Unit: Next to the ER, adult walk ins for 23 hour emergency psychiatric care/mental health crises, open to walk ins everyday 10am-10pm, after hour evaluations are done in the Emergency Department.
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