Constituent Service By Numbers

  • 117th Congress in Review

  • 1,880Constituent Cases Helped
  • 123,882Responses to Letters, Emails, Calls
  • 1,840,000Returned to Constituents
  • 3,380,015,690Money Invested

Mental Health Resources

In a time of crisis like that of the Coronavirus, we often forget about the physical and emotional toll of stress. If you need mental health resources as we all work to defeat this virus, see below for resources to support you through this trying time. 



Crisis Text Line
Text CRISIS to 741741 for free, confidential crisis counseling.

Frontline Workers: Text FRONTLINE to 741741 for support.

Friendship Line California
Staying home is keeping us all safe, but it can also create feelings of loneliness and anxiety. Older Californians experiencing isolation can get connected with support by dialing (888) 670-1360.


The National Suicide Prevention Hotline
(800) 273-8255
(888) 628-9454 (Spanish)


The Trevor Project
(866) 488-7386


The National Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 799-7233


Child Abuse Hotlines
San Bernardino County
(909) 384-9233

Los Angeles County
(800) 540-4000


Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Guidance

Managing Anxiety and Stress

Taking Care of Your Emotional Health

Helping Children Cope with Emergencies

Reducing Stigma


County Mental Health Resources

San Bernardino County
(909) 386-8256



East Valley (Fontana to Yucaipa): (909) 420-0560

West Valley (Rancho to Chino): (909) 535-1316


Los Angeles County (English)

Los Angeles County (Spanish) 

24/7 Helpline: (800) 854-7771