Mental Health Resources

The City of Murrieta aims to promote a healthy community and provide support to foster the highest quality care and enhance the well-being of all, increasing resource visibility and supporting recovery.

City of Murrieta Programs

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The Murrieta Police Department’s Community Policing Team has joined with the Riverside University Health System Behavioral Health Department to form a collaborative Community Behavioral Health Assessment Team (CBAT). Measure T funding allows the Murrieta Police Department’s CBAT unit to team a specially trained police officer with a County of Riverside clinical therapist to respond to calls for law enforcement service involving mental health issues in our community. The officer and therapist ride together in the same patrol car 40 hours per week. At each call they handle, the therapist takes the lead role in evaluating the behavioral health issue while the officer provides the safety over-watch and law enforcement expertise. 

For more information about this program, please visit the CBAT webpage.

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The mission of the City of Murrieta's Responsible Compassion program is to further improve quality of life by developing residents', businesses', and visitors' awareness, understanding, and participation in a comprehensive strategy to solve homelessness in Murrieta. 

For more information on the City of Murrieta's homeless services, please visit this webpage

Regional/National Programs

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2-1-1 Community Connect 

The 2-1-1 referral hotline connects Riverside County residents in times of critical needs with those who can help. Every call is answered by a trained referral specialist who will connect individuals with the appropriate agency providing the services and information they need.

NAMI Temecula Valley 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Temecula Valley is a grassroots organization dedicated to the improvement of life for those afflicted with mental illness and their loved ones. Call (951) 672-2089 to learn more.

The Family Advocate Program

This program provides support for family members, significant others, or caregivers of adults with a serious mental illness. The primary function of the Family Advocate Program is to assist family members in coping with the illness of their loved one through information, education, and support. Call (800) 330-4522 for more information.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The National suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. If you or someone you care about is in crisis and needs immediate help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-8255. The phone lines are answered by trained professionals; the call is free and confidential. 

Riverside County CARES Line

If you need to be connected to mental health services in Riverside County, call the CARES Line at (800) 499-3008. If emergency medical care is needed, call 9-1-1 or go to the emergency room of the nearest hospital. You may also call or walk into a Riverside County 24/7 Mental Health Urgent Care location. Whether you are in crisis or just need someone to talk to, all services are voluntary. Counseling and nursing, as well as psychiatric medications, are available. All locations are open 24/7, and everyone is welcome regardless of insurance type or ability to pay. 

Call or walk-in available. No appointments are needed. All are welcome regardless of insurance type or ability to pay. 

  • Riverside (Adults ages 18 and over)
     9990 County Farm Rd.
     Bldg. 2
     Riverside, CA 92503
     (951) 509-2499
  • Perris (Youth and Adults ages 13 and older)
     85 Ramona Expressway
     Suites 1-3
     Perris, CA 92571
     (951) 349-4195
  • Palm Springs (Youth and Adults ages 13 and older)
     2500 N Palm Canyon Dr.
     Suite A1 – A4
     Palm Springs, CA 92262
     (442) 268-7000

Military/Veterans Resources

Veterans Crisis Line

This is a free, 24-hour hotline available to veterans or anyone concerned about them who may be in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Call (800) 273-8255 (TALK), press “1” for veterans, or text 838255.

Medical Resources

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Riverside Univ Behav Health

Riverside University Health System 

LLUMC Murrieta


Loma Linda University Medical Center-Murrieta                                                           


Kaiser Permanente

Rancho Springs
Southwest Healthcare / Rancho Springs Hospital


Rady Children's

School District Resources


Murrieta Valley Unified School District

Press Releases

RUHS Hosts Free Mental Health Awareness Fairs in Celebration of Mental Health Month

Please note, the resources listed on this page are compiled from third-party websites and may not be the most current information. This is not a complete list of available Riverside County resources. For more information, please consult your medical provider for additional information. A listing here in no way constitutes, endorses, or is a recommendation to any specific organization or business by the City of Murrieta or its employees.