What is the Redline?
A phone, chat, and video chat service providing National, State, and County resources, referrals, and trauma-informed support for Urban Indian and Tribal populations.
Why was the Redline Created?
The CalHope Redline exists to realize a future where all AIAN peoples across California have access to AIAN-specific wellness resources that empower them with the tools and services they need in order to build resiliency and navigate through crisis.
Our team of Navigators is standing by Monday through Friday to ensure that when you, a friend, family, or community member reaches out, there is always someone available to support you.
If you are having a medical or mental health emergency please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency department.
Your Comfort Comes First
We understand that support is not always best provided over the phone, so in addition to our call and text contacts, we offer a confidential live chat function that will allow anyone seeking assistance to quickly receive the support they need without the need to pick up a phone.
SUPPORT FROM OVER 500 RESOURCES ACROSS MORE THAN A DOZEN AREAS
• Health and Social Services
• Food Access
• Disability Services
• Emotional Support
• COVID-19 Info and Support
• Urban Indian Health Programs
• Housing and Utilities Referrals
• Substance Use
• Youth Services
• Grief and Bereavement Support
•Elder Care and Caregiving
The CalHope Red Line is staffed by a culturally responsive, trained team who come from a diverse set of backgrounds. While navigators are not certified behavioral health counselors, the Red Line Navigators are ready to provide peer support to help seekers.
Social Media Toolkit
Share the Redline with your family, friends, and community on social media with our toolkit! The
toolkit contains graphics, pre-written post copy, and messaging guidance to make sharing about this valuable resource for Native communities easy.
Just click to download!