California Mental and Behavioral Health Resources

At Sunrise Engineering and Utah Testing, we recognize the importance of mental health and the well-being of our employees and their families. This page is dedicated to providing a range of valuable mental health resources to support you throughout your life’s various stages.


  • California Peer-Run Warmline:
    • Provides mental and emotional support. Trained counselors will hold space, listen and support you. Get help to identify the path forward.
    • Call or Text 1-800-845-6264
  • California Department of Health Care Services:
  • California 211:
    • 2-1-1 is a free referral and information helpline that connects people to a wide range of health and human services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To contact 2-1-1 in any state, including California, simply dial the numbers 2-1-1 from any phone.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness–California:
    • The National Alliance on Mental Illness is a nationwide advocacy group, representing families and people affected by mental health disorders in the United States. The national organization is organized into state and local affiliates, of which NAMI–California is one
  • Striving for Zero Learning Collaborative:
    • A resource for California professionals, the collaborative aims to advance local suicide prevention strategic planning and implementation in alignment with the goals and objectives set forth in California’s Strategic Plan for Suicide Prevention, Striving for Zero.
  • Take Action for Mental Health:
    • Check In. Learn More. Get Support. Take Action for Mental Health can help you learn more about your own mental health needs or those of the people you care about. Includes resources that many people experiencing mental health challenges have found to be helpful.
  • Together for Wellness:
    • A collaborative group of stakeholders across the state representing mental health services, nonprofits, academic institutions, health agencies, foundations and consumers. They’ve come together to help bring together a set of digital resources (like apps, websites, articles and videos) that can help people through these challenging times.
  • CalHope Schools:
    • In support of California schools, teachers, students and families, CalHOPE continues to offer no-cost, evidence-based resources to provide healing, hope and inspiration to students and school personnel.
  • Directing Change California—Youth:
    • Directing Change is part of statewide efforts to prevent suicide, reduce stigma and discrimination related to mental illness and to promote the mental health and wellness of students.
  • Each Mind Matters Resource Center:
    • Each Mind Matters is California’s Mental Health Movement. Browse their collection of resources to find tools to improve mental health, prevent suicide and promote mental health.