Mental Health

Mental Health

 

We offer a wide variety of mental health services at multiple locations. Services include individual, family, and group therapy; problem-solving treatment focused on home or school issues; treatment to help children heal from trauma; coordinated care with the school, home and community; crisis intervention; medication support services; psychological testing; and school-based services.

You may need mental health services if you:

  • Find negative thoughts or feelings interfering with your work or home life
  • Have thoughts about harming yourself or others
  • No longer enjoy your favorite activities
  • Have increased your use of alcohol or other substances to cope

Your child may need mental health services if they:

  • Have had a change in temperament or demeanor, such as increased irritability
  • Are finding school more difficult than they used to or having more peer conflicts
  • Refuse to engage
  • Say things implying they might hurt others or themselves.

Treatment methods used

  • Treatment Method Child-Parent Psychotherapy   
  • Managing and Adapting Practices   
  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy   
  • Therapeutic Behavioral Services  
  • Wraparound Program Services
  • Individual, Family or Group Therapy
  • Multidisciplinary Assessment Team
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 
  • Seeking Safety (helping people attain safety from trauma and/or substance abuse)
  • Parent-Child Interaction Therapy 
  • Crisis Oriented Recovery Services

You may be eligible for our mental health services if you are enrolled in Medi-Cal have infants, children, or young adults up to 21 years old who need services.

 

 

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