Crisis Support Resources

Rebekah Children's Services is continuing to provide counseling, triage and organizational debriefing as needed and as requested. Please contact us at 408-846-2100.

Support meetings in Spanish & English are currently being scheduled. Groups are open to the community and located at Rebekah Children's Services, 290 IOOF Ave, Gilroy. For more information, please contact us at 408-846-2100.


Crisis Hotlines

Crisis Hotlines are available to provide emotional support for individuals 24 hours a day:

Bill Wilson Center Crisis Hotlines408-850-6125
Bill Wilson Center Youth Crisis Hotline408-278-2585
Bill Wilson Center Grief Counseling Support408-278-2512
Community Solutions 24-Hour Crisis Hotline408-683-4118
Rebekah Children’s Services408-846-2100
Santa Clara County Crisis Line855-278-4204
Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Call Center800-704-0900 (select option 2 for the Mobile Crisis team)
Suicide and Crisis Hotline855-278-4204 or text RENEW to 741741 to speak confidentially with a crisis counselor
Uplift Family Services Santa Clara County Youth Crisis Line408-379-9085

Helpful Articles & Documents

Supporting Yourself & Others

DocumentSource
Coping with a Traumatic EventCDC
From Crisis to Community: Responding to TraumaBill Wilson Center
Healing Feelings
Herramientas Para La Recuperación Después De Una Muerte o Pérdida
Bill Wilson Center
Managing Your Distress in the Aftermath of a Mass ShootingAPA
Reactions to Crisis
Repercusiones de un Incidente Crítico
Bill Wilson Center
Tools for Coping
Herramientas para el manejo del duelo y la pérdida
Bill Wilson Center
10 Signs a Person May Be Experiencing TraumaMental Health First Aid
10 Tips to Help Someone Experiencing TraumaMental Health First Aid
Trauma Training: Competencies, Initiatives, and ResourcesAPA

Supporting Children & Youth:

DocumentSource
After a Crisis: How Young Children HealNational Child Traumatic Stress Network
For Teens: Coping After Mass ViolenceNational Child Traumatic Stress Network
Helping your children manage distress in the aftermath of a shootingAPA
Restoring a Sense of Safety in the Aftermath of a Mass ShootingCenter for the Study of Traumatic Stress
Talking to Children About the Shooting
Guía para los padres para ayudar a los jóvenes después de un tiroteo reciente
National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and TeachersNASP
Talking with Children and Adolescents after a Traumatic Event The Clay Center for Young Health Minds