Get Help Now:
- 911: Suspected Overdose or Emergency
- 988: Suicidal or Mental Health Crisis
- California Youth Crisis Line
- Naloxone or Fentanyl Testing Strips
911: Suspected Overdose or Emergency
If you or someone you know is experiencing a suspected overdose, medical or mental health emergency call 9-1-1 now.
The Good Samaritan Fatal Overdose Law means you will not be arrested if you seek emergency medical help at the scene of a suspected drug overdose.
988: Suicidal or Mental Health Crisis
If you or someone you care about is experiencing a suicidal or mental health crisis, please call the confidential National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988. They are available 24/7 to provide support, referrals, and crisis intervention.
California Youth Crisis Line
If you’re feeling overwhelmed and need to talk to someone about what’s happening:
- Call or text the California Youth Crisis Line 24/7 at 1-800-843-5300
- Call Teen Line at (800) 852-8336 or text TEEN to 839-863 daily from 6pm – 10pm pst
Naloxone or Fentanyl Testing Strips
If you need to access naloxone or fentanyl testing strips: Call or text Inland Empire Harm Reduction at (951) 446-0983
Nalxone can not harm someone if they are not having an overdose or if they have used another substance besides opioids. Buying, carrying, or giving naloxone is legal and you can not get in trouble for having it or giving it.
Parents & Youth-Serving Adults
Get information, tools, and resources you need for informed conversations on substance use with the young people in your life.
Youth & Young Adults
Learn about drugs and their risks, how to recognize and prevent an overdose, and where to get help now for you or a friend.