Community Mental Health Resources
This list of resources was begun by students enrolled in PSYCH 180N Latinx Mental Health, Spring 2017 who were concerned with the lack of structural cultural competency in mental health services for Latinxs in the Inland Empire, specifically Pomona, Ontario, Claremont, and Upland. The list was then updated by members of Cultural contExts, adolesceNt healTh behavioRs, & develOpment (CENTRO) Lab at Pomona College directed by Professor Guadalupe A. Bacio.
The information collected represents some factors that were identified as critical to considering services to be culturally competent. Each of the sources listed below were researched online and contacted by students via phone. * Some locations did not answer but were still included in the list as potential resources.
This list does not serve as an endorsement of any of these services but rather is meant to serve as a starting point for folks looking for mental health resources.
For questions or comments contact us at CENTROlab@pomona.edu
This list was last updated on February 2019.
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