Mental Health Services & Resources

Being a college student can be stressful at times—filled with busy schedules, unforeseen challenges, and additional responsibilities. A breadth of mental health resources are available to Trade-Tech students, including resources to support you or your peers who may be in need of some extra support. Services are available in-person as well as virtually. 

For emergencies please immediately call 911 or the Sheriff's Department at (213) 763-3600.


LATTC is now partnered with TimelyCare to deliver a new virtual health and well-being platform for students. The service provides 24/7 access to virtual care at no cost!

How can students access TimelyCare?
Students can go to or directly download the TimelyCare app from the app store to register with their school email address. Students can then start visits from any web-enabled device – smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop – anywhere in the United States.

Who can use TimelyCare?
Any enrolled student.

What services are available?

  • TalkNow - 24/7, on-demand emotional support.
  • Scheduled Counseling - Select the day, time, and mental health provider of your choice. (12 visits per year)
  • Community Support - Get connected to low or reduced-cost community resources.
  • Self-Care Content - Yoga and meditation sessions and group conversations with our providers on a variety of health and well-being topics.

How much does a visit cost?
TimelyCare services are available at no cost to students.

visit or download the TimelyCare app to get started.



Campus Support

Student Health Center/Via Care
Individual and Group Therapy are available through the Student Health Center/Via Care (D3/The Hub-107).

Drop-in or call the LATTC front desk at (213) 763-3767 to schedule an appointment.

Learn more about Student Health Center support

Dial 2-1-1

Services Provided

  • Supplemental food and nutrition programs
  • Shelter and housing options and utilities assistance
  • Emergency information and disaster relief
  • Employment and education opportunities
  • Services for veterans
  • Health care, vaccination and health epidemic information
  • Addiction prevention and rehabilitation programs
  • Reentry help for ex-offenders
  • Support groups for individuals with mental illnesses or special needs
  • A safe, confidential path out of physical and/or emotional domestic abuse


The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (DMH) offers the ACCESS Center with a phone number that is available 24/7 and provides emergency and non-emergency psychiatric resources and services.

1 (800) 854-7771

Emergency crisis teams are available should a person be in need of an emergency psychiatric evaluation or if there are concerns of danger to self, danger to others, or grave disability (i.e. a person is so debilitated by their mental illness they can no longer provide adequate food, clothing, water or shelter for themselves.)

ACCESS can also provide information and referrals to mental health services based on the person’s location, insurance—or lack thereof—and their needs. The service can also transport patients in certain situations and provide translation services.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, and prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.

Call or text 9-8-8; or visit for 24/7 lifeline chat support.