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Crisis Hotline/Safety Hotline

Crisis Hotline Phone Numbers for Claremont Youth

The Claremont Unified School district provides a Safety Hotline for the purpose of reporting any concern which may jeopardize the safety of any staff member or student. Additionally, as a service to adolescents and their families, the Claremont Youth Partnership is providing the community the following list of telephone numbers. Most of these numbers are answered 24 hours, 7 days a week. Otherwise, a recording will answer with helpful information. This list was created October 1999.


Organization Phone Number
Al-a non 1-888-4Alanon
Al-a teen 1-800-344-2666
Abused Children 1-800-422-4453
Alcoholics Anonymous 1-800-252-6465
California Smokers Helpline 1-800-NO-BUTTS
California Runaway 1-800-621-4000
California Youth Crisis 1-800-843-5200
Claremont Hate Crimes 909-399-5333
Crisis Helpline 1-800-854-7771
District Safety Hotline 909-398-0664
Drug Helpline 1-800-DrugHelp
Eating Disorders 1-847-831-3438
Grief Helpline 1-800-837-1818
National Gay Youth Info Line 1-800-969-6884
Parent and Teen Support 1-800-367-8336
Pregnancy Hotline 909-985-0255
Self-Mutilation 1-800-DONTCUT
Sexual Abuse-Rape Counseling 909-626-4357
STD Hotline 1-800-227-8922
Suicide Helpline 1-888-suicide


Safety Hotline Telephone Number

The hotline number is:  (909) 398-0664

The voice mail message reads as follows:

Welcome to the Claremont Unified School District Safety Hotline. This hotline has been installed for the purpose of reporting any concern which may jeopardize the safety of any staff member or student. If you know of someone you believe may be hurt or of someone who may intend on hurting another, this is a way to report that concern. Please identify the individual with whom you are concerned by giving their name, address, school attended, and/or phone number. Please try to provide as much information about the situation as possible. Begin speaking when you hear the tone. You may report anonymously or if you feel the need to discuss this further, please leave your name and telephone number and a counselor will call you.

This initiative is yet another effort to ensure our schools are safe and secure for each and every student and staff member.


Los Angeles County Hotline

The Los Angeles County Disaster Hotline has been activated to provide the public with current terrorism information. The number is:

(800) 980-4990

The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) developed the hotline in partnership with INFO LINE and will keep updating the hotline with pertinent information as it becomes available.

Other hotlines and Web sites providing updated information on a regular basis include:

Name Hotline No Web Site
CA Department of Mental Health—Programs for Children and Youth (800) 854-7771
LA Network of Care for Behavioral Health—Emergency Services For life-threatening emergencies, call 911
Public Health Acute Communicable Disease Control (888) 397-3993, after hours number (213) 240-7941
The Governor's Office of Emergency Services Safety Information and Referral (800) 550-5281