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Resources 

We are leveraging the resources within the Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative!

Veteran Peer Access Network (VPAN)
Information and Referral Line
(213) 763-0300
[email protected]

VPAN is a community-driven peer outreach program that aims to alleviate pervasive issues that afflict service members transitioning to civilian life.  The Network deploys 80 trained Veteran and Military Family Peers throughout LA County to proactively find veterans and



Community Veteran Justice Project (CVJP)

CVJP is dedicated to ensuring current and former military service members receive the support they need to get alternative sentencing and diversion for their criminal cases, while also connecting them with all the services they need to thrive.

Corona Virus Resources:

Help for Veterans
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211 LA is on the front line supporting LA County’s COVID-19 public information and community resource needs.

Click here to read about what 211 LA is doing to support the residents of LA as the situation around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) rapidly evolves.

Keeping us connected!<br><br>The Salute Report is a list of resources, upcoming events, and volunteer opportunities in the community.&nbsp; Please click here to view the latest SALUTE REPORT!&nbsp;

Access Center 
800-854-7771


Press 1 - 24/7 access to mental health services in Los Angeles County. Services Inlcude:
-Deployment of Crisis Eval Team
-Screening  for disaster victims
-Assessment for disaster victims
-Crisis Counseling for disaster victims
-Referrals
-Gatekeeping of acute inpatient psychiatric beds 


Press 2
 - Emotional Support Line Staffed by Volunteers not a substitute (Non urgent). 
Services inlcude:
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Free Confidential support
-Help to those expereincing increased anxiety due to COVID-19






Give An Hour

Online directory of providers

Give an Hour providers offer to provide no cost mental health counseling to active duty service members, veterans, National Guard and Reservists, as well as their family members/loved ones (this includes parents, siblings, grandparents, unmarried partners, and others affected by a loved one’s service). 

Our providers do this by offering to "give" one hour per week of pro bono counseling for a minimum of one year to each Give an Hour client they accept.

Jamie Turner 
Program Manager
Referrals  [email protected]