Crisis Lines & Crisis Text

24-Hour Crisis Lines
Confidential, anonymous telephone counseling and referral information is provided any time of day or night by trained crisis volunteers. Immediate crisis intervention over the phone can decrease the need for more intensive counseling services.

From Davis, call (530) 756-5000
From Woodland, call (530) 666-7778
From West Sacramento, call (916) 372-6565

Toll-Free,Ā (888) 233-0228

ASK Teen Crisis Lines
The Allied Services for Kids (ASK) teen line began in December 1994 to provide 24-hour availability to teens and families in crisis. Whatever the problem, teens are welcome to call this confidential and anonymous crisis line for support.

From Davis, call (530) 753-0797
From Woodland, call (530) 668-8445
From West Sacramento, call (916) 371-3779

School Safety Tip Lines
This 24-hour confidential tip line is where students in Davis and Woodland can report concerns about school safety, including information about possible violence or incidents of harassment. Since the school shooting tragedy at Columbine, such student reports have saved hundreds of lives.

Regarding Davis schools, call (530) 758-SAFE or (530) 758-7233
Regarding Woodland schools, call (530) 668-HELP or (530) 668-4357

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County is a National Suicide Prevention Lifeline center.

Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Crisis Text Support

Crisis text and online emotional support are a fast growing area of crisis intervention nationwide. As our society relies more heavily on technology to interact, communicate, and connect with each other, there has been an ever growing need to provide crisis services in a modality that is increasingly preferred over telephone communication. Nowhere is this more evident than in our youth.

Yolo County student respondents to our school program surveys noted time after time that they would use a local crisis text line if one were available to them. In fall of 2017, Suicide Prevention secured funding to begin the development, training, and set-up process for this valuable program and in spring of 2018, the crisis text line was made available to young people within our community.

Monday through Friday

12 PM – 3:30 PM

Text “Hello” to 530-554-2459