Al-Anon District #4
(775) 348-7103
www.nevadaal-anon.org

Alcoholics Anonymous Area 42, District 14
(530) 546-1126
www.laketahoeareaalcoholicsanonymous.com

Narcotics Anonymous Sierra Sage Region
(530) 546-1116
www.sierrasagena.org

Overeaters Anonymous Region #2
(775) 747-7380
www.nnsi.oar2.org

State of California, Department of Rehabilitation
2489 Lake Tahoe Blvd #4
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
(530) 541-3226 Mon - Fri 8 AM – 5 PM, drop-in or by appointment.
Employment services for adults with all types of disabilities, serving teens 16 and older and adults on a voluntary basis for participants. Tahoe Truckee Suicide Prevention www.tahoelifeline.org Washoe County Crisis Center (800) 992-5757 24-hour call line for crises including suicide, drug and substance abuse, family issues, all ages and genders

Whole Hearts, Minds and Bodies - A program of Gateway Mountain Center
(530) 205-6245
Nature-based therapeutic mentoring providing weekly, multi-hour sessions for youth No-fee and low-fee services; sliding scale available Spanish services available. 

YOU ARE NOT ALONE Warmline
(888) 977-6955 or communityppdresources@yahoo.com
24 hours/7 days a week Free postpartum community resources and social support network in English and Spanish. Volunteers respond to phone messages and emails. All calls and emails will be returned.

Nevada County 211
2-1-1 Nevada County is a free, confidential information and referral service that is available 24/7, offering assistance in multiple languages, and services that are accessible to people with disabilities. Specialists can refer callers to a variety of service that best meet their needs, including:  

  • Behavioral and Mental Health Services  
  • Employment and Training  
  • Housing and Shelter Information  
  • Financial Assistance  
  • Children’s Services  
  • Senior Services  
  • Food Programs  
  • Health Care Services

In the 530 area code, dial 211 or visit www.mynevadacounty.com/Pages/Dial211.aspx

Washoe County 211
Nevada 2-1-1 is Nevada’s most comprehensive, free connection to critical health and human services. Information about local community services is available in a single statewide location that can be accessed via voice, text, and online. Nevada 2-1-1 has information about:  

  • Basic human needs resources (food, clothing, shelter, temporary financial assistance, transportation)  
  • Physical and mental health resources  
  • Financial stability  
  • Support for older Americans and persons with disabilities  
  • Support for children, youth and families  
  • Volunteer opportunities and donations  
  • Support during a community crisis and disaster recovery

In the 775 area code, dial 211, or visit www.nevada211.org (Note: At the time of publication there is no Placer County 211 service, but one is in development.)