The Service Area 7 Administration & Resources page has been designed to facilitate your access to the following resources which can assist you with linking to mental health services and other support services in Service Area 7. Please Click on the links below to expand and explore the menus.
SA 7 Administration Management
|Contact||Title||Contact Phone Number|
|Manuel Rosas, L.C.S.W.||SA 7 Chief||(213) 305-3142|
|Norma Salazar, L.M.F.T.||Clinical Supervisor||(213) 738-6150|
Call for assistance with linkage to mental health services and other support services for individuals and families.
|Service||Contact Name||Contact Phone Number|
|Older Adult Navigator (ages 60+)||Hee Young (Iris) Lee||(213) 351-7209|
|Adult Navigator (ages 26-59)||Alicia Ibarra||(213) 738-6150|
|Transitional-Age Youth Navigator (ages 16-25)||Cheryl Lopez||(213) 738-2900|
|Child Navigator (ages 0-15)||Cheryl Lopez||(213) 738-2900|
|Housing Specialist||Edith Gutierrez and
|Community Worker/Parent Advocate||Ruth Tiscareno||(213) 738-3195|
|Health Neighborhood Liaison||Alicia Llamas||(213) 738-2978|
|Faith-Based Liaison||Alicia Llamas||(213) 738-2978|
For navigation support outside of SA7, please visit our Service Area Navigators page.
American Indian Counseling Center FSP Hollywood
947 Cole Ave, 2nd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90038 (Google Map Link)
Children’s and Family Clinics
To find additional clinic and service provider locations, please use our Provider Directory or call our LACDMH Help Line at (800) 854-7771
Homeless Outreach and Mobile Engagement (HOME) Team
HOME teams provide field-based outreach and engagement services to homeless persons and the mentally ill who live in encampments or other locations where outreach is not provided in a concentrated manner.
Service Area 7 Lead:
HOME Main Line:
For more information about HOME & other field-based services, visit our Field Response Operations page.
Psychiatric Mobile Response Teams (PMRT)
PMRTs consist of DMH licensed clinical staff assigned to a specific Service Area in Los Angeles County. Teams have legal authority per Welfare and Institutions Code 5150 and 5585 to initiate applications for evaluation of involuntary detention of individuals determined to be at risk of harming themselves or others or who are unable to provide food, clothing, or shelter as a result of a mental disorder.
If you need to contact the Psychiatric Mobile Response Team, please contact our Help Line at (800) 854-7771. If you have any questions or want to consult a case prior to requesting (PMRT) in Service Area 7 please call the following number (562) 467-0209.
For more information, visit our Field Response Operations page.