People.  Passion.  Service.

​​​​​​​Kern County West
Melinda Santiago,West Regional Director - (661) 754-6818


Bakersfield

(Adult 18 and older)

Courtney Morris, Program Director
92821 H Street Bakersfield, CA 93301
Business: (661) 546-6365  Fax: (661) 404-5438

Adult, Adult WRAP; CalWORKS, Volunteer Senior Outreach Program (VSOP), Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Integrated attention to co-occurring problems, Medication Support, Outpatient Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services, Psychiatric Evaluations, Recovery Support Services at Consumer directed centers, Resiliency-Focused Treatment Planning, Screening & Assessment, Solution-Oriented Individual, Group & Family Counseling


​​​​​​Taft
(Children, Adults, & Families)


1021 4th Street, Suite B Taft, CA 93268

Business: (661) 265-7025 Fax:  (661) 265-7025

Adult & Child WRAP, CalWORKS, Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Integrated attention to co-occurring problems, Medication Support, Outpatient Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services, Psychiatric Evaluations, Recovery Support Services at Consumer directed centers, ResiliencyFocused Treatment Planning, Screening & Assessment, Solution-Oriented Individual, Group & Family Counseling, Therapeutic Behavioral Services


​​​Wasco
​(Children)
Adriana Salinas, Program Director
29341 Kimberlina Rd.  #102  Wasco, CA 93280
Business: (661) 758-4029  Fax: (661) 758-0891​

​Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Integrated attention to co-occurring problems, Medication Support, Psychiatric Evaluations, Recovery Support Services at Consumer directed centers, Resiliency-Focused Treatment Planning, Screening & Assessment, Solution-Oriented Individual,  Group & Family Counseling, Therapeutic Behavioral Services


Wasco
(Adult & SUD Adolescents)
Melinda Santiago, Regional Director
930 F Street Wasco, CA 93280
Business: (661) 674-3377  Fax: (661) 240-5840

​Adult, Adult WRAP, CalWORKS, Volunteer Senior Outreach Program (VSOP), Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Integrated attention to co-occurring problems, Medication Support, Outpatient Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services, Psychiatric Evaluations,  Recovery Support Services at Consumer directed centers,
Resiliency-Focused Treatment Planning, Screening & Assessment, Solution-Oriented Individual, Group & Family Counseling



​​​​​​Kern County East
Kerri Freeman, East Regional Director - (661) 221-8978


Lake Isabella
(Children, Adults, & Families)
​Karen Fischer, Program Director
2731 Nugget Ave-PO Box 2632 Lake Isabella, Ca 93240
Bus: 760-379-3412  Fax: 760-379-5332

​Adult & Child WRAP, CalWORKS, Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Integrated attention to co-occurring problems, Medication Support, Outpatient Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services, Psychiatric Evaluations, Recovery Support Services at Consumer directed centers, Resiliency-Focused Treatment Planning, Screening & Assessment, Solution-Oriented Individual, Group & Family Counseling, Therapeutic Behavioral Services, Volunteer Senior Outreach Program (VSOP)


Camp Erwin Owen

Founded in 1938 this non-secure juvenile forestry camp services ages 14-18 committed by the Juvenile Court.  Rehabilitation occurs through a multifaceted program consisting of discipline, education, counseling, guidance, work experience, vocational training, athletics and a group living experience.


Mojave
(Children, Adults, & Families)
Nathaniel Lloyd, Program Director
16940 Hwy 14, Suites C-J Mojave, CA 93501
Business: (661) 824-5020  Fax: (661) 824-5026​

Adult & Child WRAP, CalWORKS, Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Integrated attention to co-occurring problems, Medication Support, Outpatient Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services, Psychiatric Evaluations, Recovery Support Services at Consumer directed centers, Resiliency-Focused Treatment Planning, Screening & Assessment, Solution-Oriented Individual, Group & Family Counseling, Therapeutic Behavioral Services


​Ridgecrest
(Children, Adults, & Families)
1400 North Norma Street, Suite 133 Ridgecrest, CA 
Business: (760) 499-7406  Fax:  (760) 499-9259

Adult & Child WRAP, CalWORKS, Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Integrated attention to co-occurring problems, Medication Support, Outpatient Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services, Psychiatric Evaluations, Recovery Support Services at Consumer directed centers, Resiliency-Focused Treatment Planning, Screening & Assessment, Solution-Oriented Individual, Group & Family Counseling, Therapeutic Behavioral Service


HOPE Center
(Mental Health Substance Abuse)(18 yrs+)
1400 North Norma Street, Suite 135 Ridgecrest, CA 93555
Business: (760) 446-1597  Fax:  760 499-9259

Center is Community Resource for people whose lives have been impacted by a Mental Illness and/or Substance Abuse. You must be 18 years or older to participate


Tehachapi
​​(Children, Adults, & Family)
Laurie Stamps, Program Director
​113 East F Street Tehachapi, CA 93561
Business: (661) 822-8223  Fax:  (661) 823-9347

Adult & Child WRAP, CalWORKS, Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Integrated attention to co-occurring problems, Medication Support, Psychiatric Evaluations, Recovery Support Services at Consumer directed centers, Resiliency-Focused Treatment Planning, Screening & Assessment, Solution-Oriented, Individual, Group & Family Counseling, Therapeutic Behavioral Services, Volunteer Senior Outreach Program (VSOP)


Learning Center
​​​​​​​​​(Mental Health - Substance Abuse)
Laurie Stamps, Program Director
​107 South Mill Street, Suite B  Tehachapi, CA 93561
Business: (661) 822-4639  Fax: (661) 822-4951

Anyone seeking recovery from mental illness and/or substance abuse is welcome!​

California Outpatient Behavioral Health Services Locations

Gail Laporte, State Director (562) 467-5440

Orange County, Full Service Partnerships
Lisanne Ramirez, Regional Director (714) 822-1563


OASIS 

(Older Adult 60 yrs and older)

Maria Bernal, Program Director
1855 West Katella Avenue, Suite 150 Orange, CA 92867
Business: (714) 399-3480  Fax: (714) 399-3481

Older Adult Support and Intervention System (OASIS) is a Recovery Oriented older adult behavioral health program providing intensive field- and clinic-based Wrap Around outpatient services for individuals ages 60 and over diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness resulting in significant functional challenges in daily living and that are currently homeless or at risk of homelessness. Services include outreach and engagement, personalized goal setting, multi-disciplinary team care, intensive case management, co-occurring substance abuse and mental health treatment, psychotherapy, family support, skills-development groups, medication management, benefits and vocational assistance, crisis intervention, and short-term temporary housing support. Primarily Medi-Cal, Medicare, and unfunded.

Opportunity Knocks 

(Adults 18 and over)

Jennifer Leonard, Program Director
11277 Garden Grove Boulevard, Suite 100 Garden Grove, CA 92843
Business: (714) 620-8131  Fax: (714) 620-8132

Opportunity Knocks is a Recovery Oriented adult behavioral health program providing intensive field- and clinic-based Wrap Around outpatient services for individuals from 18 years old, up to the age of 60, diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness. Life challenges due to mental illness have led to incarceration, psychiatric hospitalization, and homelessness. Services include outreach and engagement, personalized goal setting, multi-disciplinary team care, intensive case management, co-occurring substance abuse and mental health treatment, psychotherapy, family support, skills-development groups, medication management, benefits and vocational assistance, crisis intervention, and temporary housing support.

Project RENEW 

(Children 0-18 yrs)

Meghan Wee, Program Director
1360 S. Anaheim Blvd., Suite 101 Anaheim, CA 92805
Business: (714) 948-7641  Fax: (714) 689-1381

Project RENEW provides personalized, Recovery Oriented Wrap Around, field- and clinic-based, intensive behavioral health services to Medi-Cal and indigent children and adolescents (up to 18 years of age) diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Working with a multidisciplinary team; children, adolescents and family members receive personalized goal setting, intensive case management, temporary assistance with housing, educational services, employment services, substance abuse services, skills-development groups, medication management, crisis intervention, and community based activities.

STAY Process 

(TAY 16-25 yrs)

Nicole Albie, Program Director
1401 North Tustin Ave.,  Suite 225 Santa Ana, CA 92705
Business: (714) 221-6400  Fax: (714) 221-6401

STAY Process provides personalized, Recovery Oriented Wrap Around, field and clinic-based, intensive behavioral health services to Medi-Cal and unfunded Transitional Aged Youth (16-25 years of age) diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Working with a multidisciplinary team, youth receive personalized goal setting, intensive case management, psychotherapy, medication management, temporary assistance with housing, educational services, employment services, co-occurring substance abuse and mental health services, skill-development groups, crisis intervention, and community based activities and family support.

LOS ANGELES COUNTY
Michael Morkos, Regional Director (562) 254-0337


Downey

(Children/TAY 0-25 yrs) 

Karin Woo, Program Director 

9901 Paramount Boulevard, Suite 250 Downey, CA 90240
Business: (562) 207-4272  Fax: (562) 207-4279

​Full Service Partnership program for Medi-Cal recipients and unfunded children, adolescents, and young adults from birth to 24 years of age offering intensive outpatient behavioral health services to those diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Those accessing services are provided care by a multidisciplinary team through an array of individual and family therapy services, case management, medication management, crisis intervention, housing, education, employment, and substance abuse services, and 24/7 crisis support.

Hawaiian Gardens

(Children/TAY 0-20 yrs)

Denise Oja, Program Director / Marta Lear, Program Director
21520 South Pioneer Boulevard,
Suite 110 & 116 Hawaiian Gardens, CA 90716
Business: (562) 865-3644  Fax: (562) 865-5244

Field and clinic-based behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and young adults from birth to 20 years of age. Clients served include those with juvenile justice and child welfare histories, and may be in a school-based setting. Services include a variety of Evidence-Based Practices which include Child-Parent Psychotherapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Incredible Years, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Managing and Adapting Practice, Multisystemic Therapy, Seeking Safety, and Triple P – Positive Parenting Program. Primarily Medi- Cal and unfunded.


Hawaiian Gardens
(Adult 18 yrs+)
Karin Woo, Program Director
21520 South Pioneer Boulevard, Suite 203 Hawaiian Gardens, CA 90716
Business: (562) 228-7235  Fax: (562) 207-3040

​​Full Service Recovery oriented services for Medi-Cal eligible adults (18 and over) living in Los Angeles County with a serious and persistent mental illness or at risk of institutionalization, homelessness, incarceration,  or psychiatric in-patient services.  Our adult program provides Outreach and engagement services, we are culturally and linguistically compatible, we provide counseling psychotherapy and case management, field-based services, peer and parent support, 24/7 crisis services, linkage to employment & education, assistance in obtaining transportation, assistance finding a safe housing, physical health care, and Integrated services for consumers with substance abuse (SUD).


Hawaiian Gardens - CalWORKs 

(Welfare to Work adults 18 yrs+)

Yanet Gamboa, Program Director
21520 South Pioneer Boulevard, Suite 101 Hawaiian Gardens, CA 90716
Business: (562) 246-5700  Fax: (562) 246-5701

Outpatient behavioral health services are provided to CalWORKs beneficiaries to assist recipients to strengthen and restore ability to work. Dedicated employment specialists use an evidence-based supported employment model, Individualized Placement and Support, to help folks achieve steady, meaningful employment in mainstream competitive jobs.

Lancaster

(Children/TAY 0-20 yrs)

Barbara Paradise, Program Director
44285 Lowtree Lancaster, CA 93534
Business: (661) 341-3900  Fax: (661) 341-390

Home, field and clinic-based behavioral health services to children, adolescents, and young adults from birth to 20 years of age. Services are available to child welfare and school-based populations using a variety of Evidence-Based Practices which include Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Incredible Years, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Functional Family Therapy. Telepsychiatry services available, if needed.

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Pathways of California
Pathways of California

Integrated Care Services​

(Children, Adults & Family)

Carlos Quintero, Program Director
4281 Katella Avenue, Suite 201  Los Alamitos, CA 90720
Business: (562) 467-5448  Fax: (888) 975-4205

​ICPs include our Intensive Care Coordination Program (ICCP) and Outpatient Therapy Program.  We work collaboratively with managed care systems across the Southland to provide a variety of field-based services to individuals and families throughout Southern California challenged by behavioral health issues and that require additional follow up and support. Services include intensive follow-up and field-based care coordination in collaboration with primary mental and physical health providers, case management and linkage to community services, assessment and personalized transition planning for recently hospitalized individuals, and solution-focused, -centered outpatient therapy.

​​​Orange County Adult
Lisa Albert, Regional Director (714) 321-0746


​​​​Adult Anaheim Recovery Center

(Adult 18 and over)
Valerie Armstrong, Program Director
1901 East Center Street Anaheim, CA 92805
Business: (714) 780-0750  Fax: (714) 780-0757

Recovery oriented services for Medi-Cal eligible adults (18 and over) with a serious and persistent mental illness living in Orange County. Consumers are referred through the Orange County Health Care Agency. The Recovery Center provides Evaluation & Assessment Services, Psychiatric Treatment Planning, Psychiatric Follow-Up Care, Individual & Group Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Intensive Case Management, Medication Support, Family Support & Education, Recreational & Clubhouse Activities, Vocational & Educational Support, Referrals to Community Resources, and Weekly Consumer Advisory Board Meetings.


Independent Living Skills

(Adult 18 and over)

Heidi Harder, Program Manager
2001 East 4th Street, Suite 208 Santa Ana, CA 92201
Business: (714) 948-7691  
Fax: (657) 900-2085


The Independent Living Skills Program serves adults and older adults in Orange County living with serious and persistent mental illness or co-occurring substance use disorders. Consumers are homeless, at risk or have a history of homelessness, recently paroled or dependent on others to manage their day to day needs. Peer Mentors provide community based coaching and support, education and case management to assist consumers in obtaining and maintaining housing. Consumers learn Independent Living Skill Sets in 5 core areas:  Health Management, Core/Basic Skills, Daily Living, Social Skills and Vocational Skills.  

CalWORKs North 

(Welfare Adult 18 and over)

Sanie Andres, Program Director
501 North Brookhurst Street, Suite 320 Anaheim, CA 92801
Business: (714) 490-7711  Fax: (714) 490-7717

CalWORKs helps participants remove behavioral health and/or substance abuse barriers to employment to aid the progress of moving from welfare to active participation in employment activities. Clinics in Anaheim, Santa Ana and Westminster offer services to Orange County residents at multiple locations. Participants must be California Welfare recipients with behavioral health and/or substance abuse challenges and enrolled in CalWORKs or Cal-Learn programs. CCS-CalWORKs provides Evaluation & Assessment Services, Individual & Group Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Case Management, Family Support & Education and Referrals to Community Resources. CCS-CW Evidenced Based Practice (EBP) Services offered: EMDR, Seeking Safety and Active Parenting.

CalWORKs West 

(Welfare Adult 18 and over)

Sanie Andres, Program Director
13950 Milton Avenue, Suite 306 Westminster, CA 92683
Business: (714) 793-1290  Fax: (714) 793-1267
CalWORKs helps participants remove behavioral health and/or substance abuse barriers to employment to aid the progress of moving from welfare to active participation in employment activities. Clinics in Anaheim, Santa Ana and Westminster offer services to Orange County residents at multiple locations. Participants must be California Welfare recipients with behavioral health and/or substance abuse challenges and enrolled in CalWORKs or Cal-Learn programs. CCS-CalWORKs provides Evaluation & Assessment Services, Individual & Group Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Case Management, Family Support & Education and Referrals to Community Resources. CCS-CW Evidenced Based Practice (EBP) Services offered: EMDR, Seeking Safety and Active Parenting.


CalWORKs East 

(Welfare Adult 18 and over)

Sanie Andres, Program Director
2001 E. 4th Street  Suite 116 Santa Ana, CA 92705
Business: (714) 824-8150  
Fax: (714) 824-5151
CalWORKs helps participants remove behavioral health and/or substance abuse barriers to employment to aid the progress of moving from welfare to active participation in employment activities. Clinics in Anaheim, Santa Ana and Westminster offer services to Orange County residents at multiple locations. Participants must be California Welfare recipients with behavioral health and/or substance abuse challenges and enrolled in CalWORKs or Cal-Learn programs. CCS-CalWORKs provides Evaluation & Assessment Services, Individual & Group Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Case Management, Family Support & Education and Referrals to Community Resources. CCS-CW Evidenced Based Practice (EBP) Services offered: EMDR, Seeking Safety and Active Parenting.


Camino Nuevo Recovery Center 

(Adults 18 and over)
Dr. Carlos Montano Jr., Program Director
2001 E. 4th St.  Suite 200 Santa Ana, CA 92705
Business: (714) 824-8140  Fax: (714) 824-8141
Recovery Oriented services for Medi-Cal eligible adults (18 and over) with a serious and persistent mental illness living in Orange County, specializing in providing services to the Latino community and are referred through the Orange County Health Care Agency. Camino Nuevo provides all services in Spanish and English and all staff are bicultural/bilingual. Camino Nuevo provides Evaluation & Assessment Services, Psychiatric Treatment Planning, Psychiatric Follow-Up Care, Individual & Group Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Intensive Case Management, Medication Support, Family Support & Education, Recreational & Clubhouse Activities, Vocational & Educational Support, Referrals to Community Resources, and Weekly Consumer Advisory Board Meetings.

Peer Mentoring Program

(Adults 18 and over)

Derek Novida, Program Director
801 N. Parkcenter #235 
Santa Ana, CA  92705
Business: (714) 948-7970  Fax: (657) 208-1374
Peer-run Recovery oriented program that assists consumers with serious and persistent mental illnesses (SPMI) to pursue recovery goals. This program is designed to assist people at various levels of recovery:  Track 1 – Assists adults with SPMI linked with county and county-contracted behavioral health clinics with recovery goals, such as reintegrating into the community, increasing self-reliance by building a healthy network of support, linking to community-based service, utilizing public transportation, or assisting clients with applications for driver’s license or ID cards.  Track 2 – Assists adults with SPMI pending discharge from psychiatric care received by the County Crisis Stabilization Unit and hospital emergency departments, with linkage to behavioral health services to pursue their recovery goals.  Peer Mentors provide linkages, education, coaching life skills, case management, role modeling, advocating, etc.  Track 3 – Assists adults with serious and persistent mental illnesses who were previously homeless and have transitioned into permanent supportive housing.  Peer Mentors assist with transition, adjustment and sustainment of permanent housing by assisting with landlord negotiations, housekeeping, food shopping and preparation, financial management, transportation, medical care and arranging utilities and insurance.

Wellness Center Central 

(Adults 18 and over)

Sohail Eftekharzadeh, Program Director
401 South Tustin Street, Suite C Orange, CA 92866
Business: (714) 361-4860  Fax: (714) 361-4861

The Wellness Center Central (WCC) is a nationally recognized program that offers and array of groups, classes and resources to increase the wellness of the Orange County community through four key areas Physical, Emotional, Spiritual and Social/Community. The WCC is an entirely peer-run program with each member of the staff having “lived experience” with their own recovery. Members of the Center must be 18 years or older, reside in Orange County and are seeking Mental Health Services now or in the past. WCC offers 100 groups a week from Arts and Crafts to Yoga, positive thinking, DBSA, AA, Social Hour and a number of Community Integration groups. Bowling, nature hikes, walk about trips to museums, gardens are a few of the excursions offered at the Center.

​​​​​​San Diego County
Mary Ellen Baraceros, Regional Director (619) 481-3790

Catalyst

(TAY 16-25 yrs)

Jason Hennick, Program Director
7986 Dagget Street San Diego, CA 92111
Business: (858) 300-0460  Fax: (858) 300-0461

An Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), Full Service Partnership (FSP) program. Catalyst provides intensive outpatient services to Transitional Age Youth (TAY) ages 16 to 25 with a serious mental illness, and who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in San Diego County. Catalyst’s ACT team provides comprehensive, individualized services in an integrated and continuous manner. Services are collaborative and recovery-oriented, and services include: psychiatric assessment, medication management, crisis intervention, individual therapy, substance abuse treatment, co- occurring disorders treatment, supportive housing, resource linkage, advocacy, family psychoeducation and therapy, supportive employment and education development, legal assistance, community integration services, peer support and group counseling.

 
Cornerstone

(Children & Family)

Mareeh Claire Marquez, Program Director
6244 El Cajon Boulevard, Suite 14 San Diego, CA 92115
Business: (619) 640-3266  Fax: (619) 640-3269

School-based, Full Service Partnership (FSP) program serving Medi-Cal eligible and unfunded youth (ages 5-21) and their families. Cornerstone is currently partnered with 14 school sites within San Diego Unified School District and serves the Mid-City area of San Diego. Services include individual therapy, family therapy, case management, crisis intervention, psychiatric evaluation and medication management.

Kickstart Program

(Youth and young adults 10-25 yrs) 

Hope Graven, Program Director
6160 Mission Gorge Road, Suite 100 San Diego, CA 92111
Business: (619) 481-3790  Fax: (619) 481-3797

A Recovery Oriented program with a diverse clinical team specially trained to educate the community, treat youth and assist families in preventing psychosis. We serve young people ages 10 to 25, Medi-Cal eligible or indigent, their families, and their social networks to build support around the youth and promote success in relationships, education and employment. Kickstart strives to keep hope alive through education and early intervention.

Oasis Clubhouse

(TAY 16-25 yrs)

Ericka Mancillas-Vargas, Program Sup.
3330 Market Street, Suite C San Diego, CA 92102
Business: (858) 300-0470  Fax: (858) 300-0471

A Recovery Oriented, comprehensive, dynamic and member-run program targeting the unique needs of Transition Age Youth (TAY) ages 16 to 25 who are receiving behavioral health services. Our Clubhouse provides life skills training, educational assistance, job skills and development, mental health support and linkage, recovery groups, community service opportunities, social and recreational activities, and peer support and mentoring.

Urban Beats

(TAY 16-25 yrs)

Kara Dirks, Program Coordinator
3330 Market Street, Suite D San Diego, CA 92102
Business: (619) 736-5552  Fax: (858) 300-0471

Urban Beats is an innovative artistic expression program for Transition Age Youth (TAY) ages 16 to 15 who are either receiving behavioral health services or are at risk of experiencing mental health challenges. Through creating and delivering artistic productions and TAY-focused social media messaging, Urban Beats aims to enhance self-sufficiency and increase TAY engagement in behavioral health treatment. Urban Beats utilizes strengths identification and artistic expression to fight the stigma related to mental illness and promote youth self-empowerment and improve wellness. Urban Beats has received State and County recognition for their exceptional efforts in meeting the needs of those they serve.

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People.  Passion.  Service.

Orange County Children & Youth
Lisa Baker, Associate Regional Director (714) 823-4770​


​​Anaheim

(Children 0-21 yrs)

Suzy Sering, Program Director
711 East Ball Road, Suite 201 Anaheim, CA 92805
Business: (714) 254-8473  Fax: (714) 254-8480

Community and field-based behavioral health services to children (up to 21 years of age) and families that are Medi-Cal eligible. Services include: Family therapy, psychological testing, and intensive in-home services, specializing in Trauma Informed Care and other Evidence Based Practices including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Seeking Safety, and EMDR, Medication management, individual and group therapy, school consultation, case management, mentorship, assessment, crisis intervention, and Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS).

Garden Grove

(Children 0-21 yrs)
Lisa Baker, Associate Regional Director
12966 Euclid Street, Suite 280 Garden Grove, CA 92840
Business: (714) 823-4770  Fax: (714) 823-4777

Community and field-based behavioral health services to children (up to 21 years of age) and families that are Medi-Cal eligible. Services include: Family therapy, psychological testing, and intensive in-home services, specializing in Trauma Informed Care and other Evidence Based Practices including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Seeking Safety, and EMDR, Medication management, individual and group therapy, school consultation, case management, mentorship, assessment, crisis intervention, and Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS).

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