Part of YTI’s mission is to create awareness, educate, and provide resources to Santa Clara County youth and young adults about substance use prevention, mental health, and suicide prevention. Our wonderful participants from open and closed cohort workshops create PSAs (public service announcements) about the topics they are most passionate about from problem statements the County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Servies provides us with. The following topics, with included resources, are areas of concerns we see among Santa Clara County youth and young adults
General Alcohol & Drug Information
Find out the effects of alcohol and drugs such as marijuana, prescription and OTC (over the counter) medications, opioids and more.
Información Sobre Drogas en Español
Get resources about alcohol, marijuana, MDMA, methamphetamine etc. use in youth and young adults.
Santa Clara County has a 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline. Counselors are available 7 days a week for phone intervention, emotional support and crisis.
Crisis and Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7:
Call 800-704-0900, press 1 or Dial 988 for local 408, 650 and 669 area codes
There is also a free, 24/7 text option for those who prefer texts over calls.
CRISIS TEXT LINE 24/7:
Text RENEW to 741741
CRISIS TEXT LINE en español 24/7:
Envía un mensaje de texto con la palabra COMUNIDAD al 741741.
Check out suicide prevention-related conferences and workshops -- many are virtual and the recordings will be posted here.
Santa Clara County offers a variety of free, culturally competent mental health training for the general public. At the moment, only virtual trainings are available.
Click here for suicide prevention data and statistics, state suicide rate trends and firearms injuries in Santa Clara County.
Check out a list of Mental Health Services Provider directories and Substance Use Treatment Provider directories.
SCC Mental Health Plan Beneficiary
Click here for the full Santa Clara County Mental Health Plan Beneficiary Handbook - Specialty Mental Health document.
Check out a list of LGBTQ organizations and resources, including peer support services, behavioral health resources, health resources, family support and more!
The Q Corner and Santa Clara County hosts a variety of reoccurring and periodic trainings for anyone interested in community support and education.
Stay up to date on events and support groups such as TGNC groups, Latinx groups, places to find binders and other gender affirming garments and more!
Check out LGBTQ-inclusive organizations and publications.