School Readiness is a three-month program for families with young children based at the The Priority Center. The School Readiness program assists families in Orange County with children ages 0-8, in reducing barriers to medical care and early childhood mental health services in order to provide them with the healthiest start in life. This program focuses on identifying developmental delays and behavioral issues at the earliest age possible and then links families to appropriate services and support. Our highly trained staff will screen your child in your home and work with your family to provide an individualized plan of services to meet any needs that are identified. Our program has built relationships with early childhood care and education providers, pediatricians, and community- based organizations. We partner with each other to work with families of young children.
The Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA) is dedicated to enhancing the health, and social and economic well-being of Asians and Pacific Islanders in Orange County, California. Their Outreach and Engagement program assist families with mental health needs by linking them to appropriate services and reduces stigma related to mental health illnesses. OCAPICA also has a Well(ness)essity program where they partner with community members to increase knowledge and skills about mental health wellness.
Western Youth Services believes in a community where youth and families are emotionally equipped with the power to succeed. Their treatment focuses on removing stigma barriers and helping the at risk youth get the help they need to navigate through mental health illnesses. The program works with youth and families in the community to build strong relationships which result in happier and healthier communities.
Family support services that works with families and children to prevent mental health problems. They focus on workgroups, classes and presentations, and educational workshops.
Crisis intervention, psychiatric evaluation and/or psychological assessment and testing, individualized weekly therapy sessions with designated therapist, medication support(if needed), and use of innovative treatment modalities including T-FCBT, PCIT, EMDR, for children ages 0-21 years. Specialize in recovery from trauma, abuse, neglect of community violence. Our Strong Families, Strong Children program provides comprehensive mental health, housing, domestic violence, and legal services for veteran and military-connected families, including Peer Navigation and Case Management. Child Guidance Center also provides trainings for professional and para-professional mental health providers, school counselors and more. Out-patient clinic locations in Santa Ana, Buena Park, Fullerton and San Clemente and satellite service locations at Family Resource Centers across Orange County. Serving vulnerable children, youth and families in OC since 1967, with over 100 licensed mental health professionals and masters and doctoral level interns, helping 4,500 youth and family members annually