Mental Health Resources

Many individuals in society face challenges due to the lack of mental health services. At The Defeating Epilepsy Foundation®, we are working to provide information and services to help the epilepsy community and others receive the care and support they need. 

Our resources below are listed to help individuals with epilepsy of all ages, as well as caregivers, receive the mental healthcare support they need.

Individuals with epilepsy already face a stigma and many worry about facing an additional stigma when it comes to mental health. We are here to offer support to those dealing with epilepsy and mental health for them to see despite their challenges, they have the potential to have a good quality of life and be happy. 

If you have any questions regarding our program, please reach out to our president Natalie Boehm at Thank you for your support and together we will defeat epilepsy

Resources for Mental Help Services

These organizations help to provide resources for people who are in need of help. If you are in need of help, please email us at

Anxiety and Depression Association of America


The National Alliance on Mental Illness


The Suicide Prevention Hotline


California Hope

1-833-317-4673 (offers crisis counseling, substance abuse, and veteran services)

Riverside County Department of Mental Health

1-951-686-4357 calls accepted 24 hours daily, 7 days a week

San Bernardino Crisis Line- Family Service Agency of San Bernardino

M-F 9am-8pm 1-800-832-9119

Assisted Living for People with Mental Health Disorders. Resources for Seniors with Mental Health Conditions.