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Support group

Resiliency Center

Sierra Vista Community Center

311 N Rural Dr, Monterey Park, CA 91755

Direct Line:

Monterey Park Community Healing Fund

The tragic events on January 21, 2023 that led to the deaths of 11 people, impacted the Monterey Park community at large. Recognizing the need to facilitate healing of the community, the City of Monterey Park has partnered with the California Community Foundation to establish the Monterey Park Community Healing Fund, with a clear purpose: To support Monterey Park and its neighbors through aid to community members affected by this tragedy as well as support for programs, initiatives and organizations designed to help Monterey Park heal and rebuild.

Community Resources and Services

The City of Monterey Park is committed to providing mental health support and healing to residents. Free and multilingual resources, including legal advice, mental health and wellness support in seven languages, and referrals to other organizations and government agencies can be found below.

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Helplines

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Provides immediate emotional support and resources to people in distress and their worried family and friends.

Dial "988".

English- and Spanish-speaking crisis counselors available 24/7.

Korean-speaking counselors available from 4:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., 7 days per week at 877-727-4747.

Teen Line

Provides immediate emotional support and resources to teens in distress.

 

Counselors available from 6 pm to 10 pm

310-855-4673

Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

For mental health resources and support, please call our 24/7 help line.

(800) 854-7771

CrisisText and Deaf and Hard of Hearing Support

People who are deaf or hard of hearing and who need support in a crisis can text for help.

 

Text “HEARME” to 839863

Available 24/7

Friendship Line

Crisis line for people aged 60 years and older, and adults living with disabilities

 

888-670-1360

Mental Health Services

MPK HOPE Resiliency Center

Provides trauma counseling to community members in Mandarin, Cantonese and Vietnamese


Sierra Vista Park Community Center
311 N. Rural Drive

Monterey Park, CA 91755

Monday - Friday: 8 AM. - 6 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 7 PM

626-609-3399

 

CSC Wellness Drop-in Center

Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library

318 S. Ramona Ave,

Monterey Park, CA 91754

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Herald Christian Health Center

Federally-qualified health center serving the Asian community. Cantonese and Mandarin speaking counselors are trained in trauma-informed care or trauma therapy.

3401 Aerojet Ave.

El Monte, CA 91731

(626) 313-9922

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Asian Pacific Counseling and Treatment Center

Mental health center providing behavioral health and outpatient clinical services in Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Thai, and Spanish

 

1635 W. Main St. #100

Alhambra, CA 91801

626-248-1800

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Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

For mental health resources and support, please call our 24/7 help line.

(800) 854-7771

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Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

Tzu Chi serves one and all in the spirit of one global family. Combing humanitarian aid with a spiritual ministry, Tzu Chi spreads the universal value of compassion and fosters putting it into action through giving and social service.

San Gabriel Valley Service Center

9620 Flair Dr.

El Monte, CA 91731

626-448-1362

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SSG Silver 

Sustaining Independent Lives with Vital Empowering Resources (SILVER) has a long history and proven track record of providing services to the hard-to-reach racial and ethnic communities through linguistically and culturally appropriate care management services, as well as to mainstream, English speaking communities.  

515 Columbia Ave. 

Ste. 100 
Los Angeles, CA, 90017 

Phone: 213-553-1884 

Fax: 213-236-9662 

Victim Resources

California Victim Compensation Board
Resources for Victims of Crime (CalVCB)

800-777-9229

Victims may qualify for assistance if they suffer physical injury, threat of physical injury or emotional injury as a direct result of a violent crime.

CalVCB fact sheet in English and Spanish (PDF)

CalVCB fact sheet in simplified Chinese (PDF)

US Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime

800-363-0441 or 202-307-5983

 

DOJ office that sponsors the Anti-Terrorism and Emergency Assistance Program which provides considerable long-term financial support to communities impacted by mass violence crimes

Red Cross Integrated Care Condolence Team

626-247-4398

Volunteers from Disaster Health Services, Disaster Mental Health, Disaster Spiritual Care and Recovery Services provide resources and referrals to agencies that can assist with:

  • Fatality-related financial assistance

  • Emotional Support for family members

  • Post traumatic supportive strategies

  • Financial assistance for health or mental health needs

  • Spiritual support

  • Transportation

  • Support for other needs

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