For Survivors

If you are a survivor in need of services, please email us at, or call us at (213) 384-4788 ext. 246 to make an appointment–please note that we do not currently accept walk-ins at this time.

NOTE: Because of a recent increase in new referrals, PTV has a a current wait-list for mental health services of up to four months. Here are a list of of health providers that may assist you in the mean time.

Mental Health Care/Therapy or Case Management Services

  • Hollywood Mental Health: 1224 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90038 Phone:(323) 769-6100 (uninsured patients or those with Medi-CAL) – Adults, Teens and Children
  • Violence Intervention Program: 1721 Griffin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90031 TEL(323) 221-4134 (Medi-CAL and some uninsured availability) – Parents and Children (no individual adult services)
  • Amanecer Community Counseling Services: 1200 Wilshire Blvd #605 Los Angeles CA 90017; Tel: 213-481-7464(Adult Services – MediCAL, possibly some uninsured)
  • Didi Hirsch 4760 So Sepulveda Blvd. Culver City CA 90230 Tel: 310-390-6612 (various locations throughout city) (Adult Services – MediCAL, Some uninsured)

Medical Care: 

  • USC Eisner Family Medical Center, 1400 South Grand Ave. Los Angeles CA 90015
  • Saban Community CLinic: 8405 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048 (323) 653-1990 (various locations)
  • St Johns Well Child and Family Center 808 West 58th Street Los Angeles, CA 90037 Tel. 323-541-1600 (various locations)
  • LAC-USC (LA County Hospital) - 1983 Marengo St, Los Angeles, CA 90033 (323) 226-2622 (ER and walk in)
  • Harbor UCLA Hospital, 1000 West Carson Street , Torrance, CA 90509
  • Olive View UCLA Medical Center, 14445 Olive View Drive, Sylmar CA 91342
  • Valley Community Healthcare, North Hollywood Center, 6801 Coldwater Canyon Ave, North Hollywood, CA 91605, Tel: (818) 301-6341,


If are in you need of assistance with basic needs, below is a listing of organizations that may be able to help:


Food Pantries
Free or Low Cost Health Clinics
Shelter Resources
Mental Health Clinics
Domestic Violence Programs


If you are in crisis, please consider calling one of these organizations:


Peace Over Violence, Domestic Violence & Rape Hotline


911rape, provided by Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center


YWCA (sexual assault crisis services)


What is 211 LA County?211 LA County is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, formerly known as INFO LINE of Los Angeles. It is the largest information and referral (I&R) service in the nation, helping approximately 500,000 individuals and families in Los Angeles County each year, and is recognized nationally, throughout the state, and in Canada for its leadership in the field. Since 1981, 211 LA County has provided free, confidential services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in English, Spanish and more than 140 other languages via a tele-interpreting service. Services are also provided for individuals with hearing impairments.