• Mental Health Services

    Mental Health Services

    Mental health services help children, teens and their families cope with emotional and behavioral challenges, manage anger and emotions, and develop positive life skills.

  • Crisis Intervention

    Crisis Intervention

    Immediate intervention for children and youth up to age 25 who are expressing suicidal or homicidal thoughts.

  • Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Treatment

    Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Treatment

    Intensive outpatient services that support a sober life for adolescents and adults struggling with drug or alcohol dependency.

  • Domestic Violence Support Services

    Domestic Violence Support Services

    Safety and support for victims of domestic violence including emergency shelter, support groups, individual therapy, peer counseling, case management and 24-hour hotline.

Temporary
Clinical Services Hours

Effective Monday March 23,
Child & Family Center will be adjusting our hours for clinical services.
Monday – Thursday  10am – 7pm
Friday 10am – 6pm

All services are by appointment only and the majority of services will be provided by phone or through an audio/visual platform for telehealth. 

Please contact the Center’s main phone line for help or information:

661-259-9439.

Domestic Violence - 259-8175

Substance Use - 481-2801

COVID-19

Our priority is your health, safety, and welfare while receiving services from Child & Family Center. For everyone’s safety, visitors will be asked to answer a few questions prior to their appointment. 
We are following an infection prevention and control plan as guided by public health officials. Click here for more information.

 

Check in for your TeleHealth Appointment
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New to TeleHealth?
Click here for instructions on how to check in to your video appointment

Haga clic aquí para obtener instrucciones sobre cómo registrarse para su cita de video.  

 

COVID-19
A Letter from our President & CEO

 

 

Make A Donation

As a non-profit organization, Child & Family Center relies on contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations to make mental healthcare accessible to children and families throughout our community. Gifts at every level make a difference and are tax-deductible.