Updated (4/4/20 11:00 am) Information regarding the latest state, county, and local government orders & actions can be found click here.

The complete State & County "Safer At Home" Orders effective 3/20/2020 can be found click here.

COVID-19 situation updates and communication will be sent out via social media and email. If you would like to sign up for just information emails, please sign up here and click on City News (under News items) or if you want to sign up for emergency or high importance notices which will be sent via email, phone and text, please sign up here We strongly encourage you to sign up for both options.

An updated resource page has current information on local grocery stores, pharmacy access and hours, and also information for any vulnerable members of our community to get assistance. Click here for further information. Also check on local restaurants that are still open for delivery and take out, here.

Agoura Hills City Hall and the Recreation and Event Center are closed to ALL programs and the buildings are closed to the public at  this time. Park restrooms & playgrounds are closed until further notice. City owned park open spaces & walkways remain open.

 For updated information & resources, please click here for the City's Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) page.

Emotional & Mental Support Information

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The City of Agoura Hills has compiled a list of community resources that include emotional support activities and mental wellness organizations.

 California has partnered with 211 to provide an all-in-one resource center for people who need support due to COVID-19. Call 211 to speak with a representative today.


(800) 854-7771

Operated by Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. Call for mental health emergency.


Seniors can get non-emergent help by dialing 833-544-2374.

CRISIS TEXT LINE - Text HOME to 741741

Every person who texts this line is connected with a Crisis Counselor, a real-life human being trained to bring users from a hot moment to a cool calm moment through active listening and collaborative problem solving.  All of Crisis Text Line’s Crisis Counselors are volunteers, donating their time to helping people in crisis.

 LA County Department of Mental Health Website

A list of vital resources available for community members to help cope with the emotional and mental stress of COVID-19.



Community 360 – Las Virgenes Unified School District

Community 360 was a collaboration formed between LVUSD, Lost Hills Sheriff Station, and an assortment of mental health and wellness providers. The Collaborative came together to create a one-stop place in the Ventura and North Los Angeles Area to provide resources, tools, and events to support social emotional wellness for all.  There are a number of individuals, organizations, and agencies that serve on the Community 360 Committee.  Each of them can serve as very connected, informed resources should you know someone who is in need.  They are:

Engage Therapy

Engage is a outpatient therapy company that provides mental health support for community members and families.

Ludington Institute for Family Enrichment

The Ludington Institute offers comprehensive, integrated therapeutic services to individuals, couples and families.

Give an Hour

Give an hour is a support organization of volunteer mental health professionals across our nation to provide those in need with help and hope.

Alba-Walker Life Strategies

Comfort Counseling

Sessions available by local therapists in the Conejo Valley. If you are in need to talk with a therapist, please feel free to email They are providing free 30 minute sessions focused on emotional support as we navigate our present situation.

Senior Concerns

Senior Concerns is a local, non-profit adult day care providing multiple services to seniors during this crisis.


 Additional Resources

LA County's guide to coping with stress during infectious disease outbreaks that require social distancing.

The Center for Disease Control's guide to helping children cope during and after a disaster.

The center for Disease Control's guide to helping children cope with emergencies.

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