Website Resources*

Beach Cities Health District
Beach Cities Health District is the largest preventive health agency in the nation, and has served the communities of Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach since 1955.

Behavioral Health Services, Inc.
Transforming lives by offering hope and opportunities for recovery, wellness, and independence. Like us on Facebook @BHS Prevention.

Hermosa Beach Police Dept.
(310) 318-0336

New Challenge Ministries, Inc.
Fighting “Drugs and Hunger.”
Helping South Bay families and individuals in need since 1981.

Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District
(310) 378-9966

Reach Out Against Drugs (ROAD)
Reach Out Against Drugs (ROAD) is an El Segundo community organization working to educate and provide specialized programs to prevent and reduce the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs by our youth.  For more information click on this link: ROAD.

Recovery NOW, Inc.
(310) 957-2099
Locations in Palos Verdes Est., San Pedro, and Hermosa Beach
We offer Individual, Group & Family Psychotherapy, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Interventions, Treatment, Evaluations, Professional Training & Consultation, and Support Groups (Pills Addiction and Relapse Prevention)

South Bay Children’s Health Center
A 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, established in 1947.  Our objective is to provide high quality dental and mental health service to youth, adults and families regardless of their ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion or ability to pay.

South Bay Families Connected
Resources for teen wellness and substance use prevention can be found on the South Bay Families Connected website: SBFC.

Thelma McMillen Center
(310) 784-4879 or (310) 257-5760
3333 SkyparkDr #200
Torrance, CA 90505

Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Alcohol and Drug Problems.

*The listings are not all inclusive and are reported as accurately as possible. Failure to list a resource implies no criticism nor does listing a resource imply endorsement. Anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by parent.