If this is a mental health-related emergency, please call 988, the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. For other emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.



See What's Happening at Sycamores

Our ability to make an impact across Southern California is the result of an all-compassing approach to care, and the wide range of programs, services, and initiatives that goes with it. Get to know our community of dedicated staff, generous volunteers and the individuals we serve by reading the stories and news updates below.
Sycamores' Back-to-School Tips: Choose the right backpack
10 Tips to Prepare for a Successful School Year
Academic success begins when students are prepared and ready to learn even before they enter the classroom....
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Sycamores I'd Call 988 Event
“I’d Call 988” Event Celebrates Launch of Mobile Crisis Response Program
In May we celebrated the launch of our Mobile Crisis Outreach Teams (MCOT) program at the “I’d Call 988”...
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Sycamores Art Event
Taking Action for Mental Health
Throughout May and June, Sycamores’ Palmdale Family Resource Center has been hosting a series of fun...
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Celebration of Life
Claudia Williams Celebration of Life
The sudden passing of longtime Sycamores staff member Claudia Williams in February was a shock to staff...
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Mental Health Awareness Month
Help End the Stigma Around Mental Health
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Sycamores is proud to participate in the Los Angeles County Department...
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Another Mass Shooting
On Monday morning there was another mass shooting. This time at an elementary school in Tennessee. An...
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Gun Violence, Safety, and Trauma Townhall Meeting
Sycamores CEO Debra Manners and Sycamores Chief Public Policy and Advocacy Officer Wendy Wang were among...
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LA Homeless Youth Count
Each year, volunteers spread out across Los Angeles to count the number of people experiencing homelessness...
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Wrapping Up 2022
During the holidays, one of our favorite things is seeing firsthand the kindness of our community supporters...
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