Talk If You Need Support
If you are having difficulty with your wellness during this time and would like support and counseling, you can contact these resources. In this section you can find the following types of resources for Spanish speaking individuals: social networks to join, local counseling services, and crisis lines. If you want English specific resources, please see our resources listed on the following pages: audio/video, cellular applications or for providers.
Due to health limitations and prevention during this time, services are being conducted by telehealth. If you want to communicate with our well-being program in Spanish or English or want to talk with a counselor, contact us: Send a message on WhatsApp to + 1-503-930-2715 or send an email to RHAbienestar@gmail.com. You will receive a response within 24 hours. If you need immediate help, call 800-911-2000. If you need to talk with a medical provider from our organization for migrants in Tijuana, you can send a message on Whatsapp to +52-1-664-115-7709 and you will receive a response within 24 hours.
Directory of Mental Health Care Services
Baja California Mental Health Network
Emotional and psycho-social support from professionals in Mexico in 45 minute sessions. There is not cost for this service. If it is necessary, you will be referred to other supports (e.g., continuous treatment from a government organization or psychological provider). This service is open Monday - Sunday 9am to 8am. You can call a +52 (644) 690-3232 and if no one responds, you can send a message on Facebook to RedSaludMentalBC.
Instituto Nacional de Migración
Information on immigration procedures
664-973-0054 y 664-682-4038
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Comprehensive support for asylum seekers in Mexico
Red Binacional de Corazones A.C.
Attention to victims of human trafficking
Centro de Atención Psiquiátrica Infantil (CAPI) 664-634-3340
Tijuana Crisis Line for Help Now:
Call 075 to talk with a person trained in helping during psychological emergencies.
You can also call 911 (or +52-800-911-2000), especially if you need the help of the police.
These crisis services are available 24 hours a day/365 days a year.