GCC responds to the Coronavirus Outbreak. GCC has moved to remote online instruction.


If you are experiencing symptoms, call your primary care physician or urgent care facility first. For the latest COVID-19 information from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health or call 211 (24/7).


Crisis Numbers and Hotlines

                  crisis helplines
Click above for helpful links


For immediate "walk-in" services, go directly to the nearest Hospital Emergency Room.

Phone from any location:  911

Glendale College Police:  1-818-409-5911 or Campus ext 4000

Glendale Police Dept:  1-818-548-4840

24 Hour Rape &  Battering Hotlines

Crisis Text Line:  Text COURAGE to 741741

Rape Crisis Hotline:  1-800-656-HOPE (4673)--
         RAINN-Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

National Suicide Prevention LifeLine:  1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-273-8255

Suicide National HelpLine: 1-800-SUICIDE or 1-800-784-2433 


Suicide is Preventable
  Risk Factors
  »Previous suicide attempt
  »Mental illness and/or substance abuse
  »Recent losses (e.g., job or loved one)
  »Access to lethal means
  »Barriers to care 

  Warning Signs
  Call 911 or seek immediate help from a mental health provider when you hear or see any one of these behaviors:
  »Someone threatening to hurt or kill themselves
  »Someone looking for ways to kill themselves:  seeking access to pills, weapons or other means.
  If you are concerned about someone because their behavior has changed and they are
  exhibiting any of the warning signs of suicide listed below, seek help by calling one of the above
  crisis numbers.
  »Withdrawing from family and friends
  »Acting reckless, feeling hopeless, angry or anxious
  »Increasing their use of alcohol or drugs

  What to Do
  If someone you know exhibits warning signs of suicide:
  »Do not leave the person alone
  »Remove any firearms, drugs, alcohol or sharp objects that could be used in an attempt
  »For life threatening emergencies or immediate reponse, call 911
  »Contact one of the above crisis numbers.