The Wellness & Prevention Center provides three tiers of services – universal prevention education, targeted group and classroom interventions, and mental health therapeutic services though groups, family therapy, and individual therapy. At WPC we believe in easy access to quality mental health services for all youth. We do not bill insurance, however we accept donations for services and rely on the generous support of donations from our community and private and public grant funding.
Tustin Family Resource Center is pat of Families and Communities Together (FaCT) a network of Family Resource Centers (FRCs) administered by over 100 community partners. We provide services, training and strategic planning to strengthen children and families. Prevention happens when we work together.
Olive Crest offers programs for children and families that need an escape from abuse/trauma. They wholeheartedly believe the power of a strong family heals the wounds/pain that trauma can inflict on a child. They thrive to be the light at the end of the tunnel and offer multiple programs to help children re gain trust and emotional support to become the best versions of themselves.
National suicide prevention hotline provides confidential support to callers dealing with emotional distress or suicide crisis
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