All About the BHUCC

A Behavioral Health Urgent Care Center (BHUCC, pronounced “Buck”) in Lancaster is now open! The new facility will serve people in the Antelope Valley who are experiencing a mental health crisis. The BHUCC is open 24 hours a day, seven days per week.

  • 24/7 outpatient program
  • Rapid mental health assessment, crisis intervention, and medication support
  • Case management
  • Linkage to recovery-oriented community resources and on-going mental health services
  • Walk-ins welcome (call ahead for additional information and estimated wait times)
  • All insurance plans accepted (individuals without insurance are also able to receive services. Contact us for more information.)
  • Clients may stay up to 24 hours

Suicide Debrief & Support

We offer Suicide Postvention, which is support provided to those who have lost someone to suicide.

Losing a loved one to suicide is a painful, challenging and confusing experience.

Our goal is to let families & friends know they are not alone and to share helpful resources.

If you would like for us to be there for someone that recently lost a loved one by suicide, please contact us.


Warning Signs

Learn how to recognize and respond to the warning signs of suicide. This knowledge is crucial to helping others in crisis and preventing tragic outcomes.

After an Attempt

Support for individuals living with suicidal thoughts and after suicide attempts. With the right help, there is always hope for a better future.

Pledge to Be Stigma-Free

Join the movement to eliminate the stigma around mental health. Your pledge can help create a more understanding and supportive community.

Youth Advisory Committee

Join our Youth Advisory Committee and help shape the future of mental health support for young people. Your voice matters!

Discover Useful Resources

Discover a wealth of mental health resources aimed at providing support, guidance, and hope at the "You Are Enough" Foundation. Whether you're seeking immediate help, looking for educational materials, or want to get involved, our comprehensive list of resources is here to assist you.

Our Partners

We collaborate with dedicated organizations to further our mission of providing mental health support. Their unwavering commitment helps us extend our reach and impact.

 We are so excited to announce that we have partnered with Betterhelp to help provide therapy for those who are struggling and can't wait to see a therapist.
We are so excited to announce that we have partnered with Betterhelp to help provide therapy for those who are struggling and can't wait to see a therapist.

Useful Resources

Access a comprehensive map of the mental health resources available in your area. This tool is designed to help you find the support you need quickly and easily.

"You Are Enough" Foundation
"You Are Enough" Foundation

LA County Mental Health

Discover the extensive range of mental health services available throughout LA County. These resources are crucial for those seeking assistance and support.

Lancaster Local Resources

Find local healthcare resources in Lancaster to support your mental well-being. These services are tailored to meet the diverse needs of the community.

Kern County Resources

Access crisis services and comprehensive mental health support in Kern County. Immediate and effective assistance is available to those in need.

Palmdale Resources

Explore the mental health resources available in Palmdale, offering a range of support options. These services aim to foster a healthier community.

"You Are Enough" Foundation


The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation.

Surviving Suicide Loss

Find support for healthcare professionals and organizations coping with suicide loss. These resources are designed to provide comfort and guidance.

Grief Support Groups

Join a support group to help you cope with grief and loss. Connecting with others who share similar experiences can be incredibly healing.

Prevention Resource Center

Access effective strategies and comprehensive approaches to suicide prevention. These resources are vital for immediate and long-term postvention efforts.

Each Mind Matters

Learn about the impactful mental health initiatives from Each Mind Matters. Their efforts are aimed at reducing stigma and promoting mental wellness.

Know the Signs

Understand the warning signs of suicide and how to take preventive action. Knowledge and awareness can save lives and support those in crisis.

Didi Hirsch

Explore the comprehensive mental health services and support offered by Didi Hirsch. Their programs are designed to provide essential care and assistance.

"You Are Enough" Foundation


Access resources and support from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Their work is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.


Find support and resources specifically for the LGBTQ+ community. These services are crucial in addressing unique challenges and fostering mental health.

Take Action 4mh

Discover mental health resources and action steps tailored for California residents. This initiative encourages proactive mental health management.

Be Prepared

Create a safety plan to help manage thoughts of suicide effectively. A well-thought-out plan can guide you through difficult times and ensure your safety.

"You Are Enough" Foundation
"You Are Enough" Foundation

Make a Difference

Join us in supporting mental health initiatives by becoming a sponsor. Your contribution can make a significant difference in many lives.

We Can Help

You are not alone. Reach out for help and support whenever you need it. Thousands of people have similar feelings, and there is hope and assistance available.