Programs & Services
There is nothing shameful about needing counseling, therapy, or other psychiatric services. We provide a variety of mental health services designed to help you achieve the goals you want. Our staff is committed to providing the support you need to improve your life and that of your family.
We offer either in-home or in-office individual, family counseling, and grief and loss counseling. Based on your specific issues, we also perform:
Conditions We Treat:
- Psychiatric/Psychosocial Assessments
- Treatment and Medication Monitoring for Youth and Adults
- Anger Management
- Stress Management
- Personality Disorder
- Psychotic Disorder
- Trauma and PTSD
- PCP and Opioid Abuse
- Sleeping Difficulty
- Mood Disorder
- ADHD/ADD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder/Attention Deficit Disorder)
- OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)
- Bipolar Disorder
In-home behavioral assistance and intense community counseling, are also available. We provide life skills, mentoring, school dropout and violence prevention, psycho-education, drug and alcohol prevention, and bilingual assessments.
We offer intensive case management and support services to young adults between the ages of 18-22. The case manager will work with aging out young adults before and after CPP (Child Protection and Permanency) closes the youth's case.
Fatherhood Engagement Program
Our Fatherhood Engagement Program serves custodial and non-custodial fathers in addition to providing outreach for teen fathers. The "24/7 Dad" is an evidenced-based curriculum used to improve the knowledge, behavior, and skills of dads of all races, religions, and demographics.
The curriculum is facilitated in both group and individual sessions. The "24/7 Dad" curriculum also offers parenting and skill-building courses. The curriculum encourages the participation of those mothers who need help improving their relationship with their children's fathers.
Mothers & Daughters-n-Touch Outreach Program
This program is for girls 10-17 who are presenting behavior and psychological issues. It is also designed to help girls who are participating in risky behaviors, court involved and/or experimenting with drugs. Both groups will benefit from our cognitive, behavioral, evidence-based, and continuum of care model of services, enriched with accountability, cultural diversity, and compassion.
The program includes annual events with mothers and daughters that facilitates bonding, relationship, and self-esteem building. It is an excursion that shows mothers and daughters the importance of supporting each other and teamwork.