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Jaime Piscione, L.M.F.T. Child & Family Center Senior Leadership Team
Jaime Piscione, L.M.F.T.
  • Vice President of Programs and Services

Ms. Piscione comes to Child & Family Center with more than two decades of experience in the mental/behavioral health field – specifically in community mental health settings. Starting her career providing direct services and then moving into administrative and leadership roles, Jaime brings her extensive experience is in programs serving children, youth, adults and families to the Center. Her experience spans outpatient, intensive community-based, and crisis intervention programs. She also has experience with substance use disorder programs and shelter services.

Ms. Piscione has managed and overseen Wraparound Services, Full-Service Partnership, Outpatient Care Services, Intensive Field Capable Clinical Services, and Medication Support Services and others. She is motivated by providing high quality services to the youth and families Child & Family Center serves, and by working with the Senior Leadership Team to ensure we are continuing to our goal of excellent quality of care and timely services to the community we serve as well as ensuring our systems of care are sustainable within our organization and the larger community.

Jaime holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Antioch University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from University of California, Los Angeles.

Jaime is a member of the C.R.I.S.E.S. Act Stakeholder Workgroup through the California Department of Social Services, developing criteria and evaluating crisis response pilot programs throughout the State that will have a positive and enduring impact in communities. For years, she was a Behavioral Health Surveyor with the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilitates (CARF) and involved with accreditations of nonprofit health and human services agencies nationwide.

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