Office Hours
9 AM - 5 PM Mon-Fri
24/7 availability for Crisis Lines
(530) 756-7542 (office)
Web Site
Mission Statement
The mission of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County is to provide crisis prevention and intervention, education and community outreach services to the residents of Yolo County.

Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County (SPYC) is a non-profit that runs 24-hour crisis lines for suicidal people, friends and family of suicidal people, and people with questions about suicide in general. They offer a plethora of referrals for all your social service needs. They also have education and community outreach programs. This service is completely anonymous and is staffed by trained crisis line counselors. Individuals who are depressed or have had thoughts of suicide are urged to call.

Anonymous Crisis Lines:

Davis: (530) 756-5000

Woodland: (530) 666-7778

West Sacramento: (916) 372-6565

ASK (Allied Services for Kids) Teen Hotlines:

Davis: (530) 753-0797

Woodland: (530) 668-8445

West Sacramento: (916) 371-3779

School Safety & Violence Reporting Tip Lines:

Davis: (530) 758-7233 (SAFE)

Woodland: (530) 668-4357 (HELP)

Those interested in volunteering with SPYC (40+ hours of training) should download a volunteer application from the website (listed above) and e-mail/mail it to the office. Trainings are generally run twice a year.

For more information on how to get involved, other programs and services offered by SPYC, and upcoming fundraiser events, please check out SPYC's website or Facebook page.

See Safe Harbor Crisis House for a 24-7 Crisis Residential House for Yolo County.


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