Understanding that no one person is the same, we therefore structure our services to:
Deliver interventions that will reduce or eliminate the mental and substance use related impairment;
Improve/restore/maintain the current and previous level of functioning that will assist individuals with learning how to develop skills, live independently and promote self-efficacy; and
Deliver services that are tailored to meet the individual goals, desired results and personal milestones in order to foster a healthy self.
Adult Outpatient Program (AOP):
This program provides a broad range of outpatient consultation, evaluation and treatment interventions for emotional, psychological, and cognitive problems of adults.
Community Assessment Service Center (CASC):
CASC is the designated assessment center for Los Angeles County Service Planning Area Six (SPA 6). CASC provides bio-psychosocial assessments, substance abuse treatment referrals and placements to adults.
Family Drug Dependency Court Program (FDDC):
This program provides assessments, treatment, education, counseling and rehabilitation of parents with the goal of family reunification. Participants are referred by the Department of Children and Family Services.