Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital
23845 McBean Parkway
Valencia, CA 91355
(888) 383-8111

Henrymayo.com

Community Hospital

Psychiatrists and MFTs on staff

“We treat a wide range of acute psychiatric illnesses, including major depression, bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder and schizophrenia. Admission to the BHU can be on a voluntary or involuntary basis. We welcome inquiries from individuals who are concerned about the welfare of family members or others who are receiving or may require treatment for a psychological disorder.

Patient services include assessment of emotional and psychological issues, Initial health screening, case management, medication management, treatment planning, community integration planning and referrals. Referrals from other health care providers and insurance carriers are always welcome.”

Venice Family Clinic

Venice Family Clinic
-604 Rose Ave.
Venice, CA 90291

-2509 Pico Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90405

http://venicefamilyclinic.org

Mental Health Coordinator: 310.664.7500
Psychiatric services available
Mental health services walk-in times: 10am-11:30am and 2pm to 3:30pm, M-F

San Fernando Valley Counseling Center

The San Fernando Valley counseling Center has been offering low-cost counseling services to the community since 1971. Support groups and individual counseling are both offered.  They are staffed by interns and paraprofessionals. They treat the following:

• Anxiety
• Depression
• Stress
• Relationship issues
• Parenting issues
• Children’s issues

*Individuals of all ages are welcome, as well as couples and families.
*They offer a sliding scale fee schedule based on family income.

8350 Reseda Boulevard
Northridge, CA 91324
Ph: (818) 341-1111
Fax: (818) 341-0096
Email: sfvcc7@sbcglobal.net
http://www.sfvcc.org/

https://www.facebook.com/sfvcc

Southern California Counseling Center

Southern California Counseling Center
5615 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90019
323.937.1344
www.sccc-la.org
-Court Mandated DV groups offered

-Can provide court-mandated counseling and submit needed reports to social worker/probation officer; Written evaluation, psychological assessment, or psychiatric diagnosis is not provided however.

-Limited psychiatric services only for clients in ongoing therapy and without insurance

Southern California Counseling Center (SCCC) was founded in 1966. They have over 180 volunteer counselors, supervisors and board members and a small paid staff. SCCC offers a variety of affordable individual and group counseling to a diverse clientele.

Because SCCC accepts no government funding or insurance payments, anyone can qualify for SCCC services, and there is no restriction on how long clients can participate. SCCC is not required to give clients a diagnosis in order to work with them, and they are able to work from a collaborative, strength-based model that acknowledges the broader context of the challenges a client may be facing. In the absence of government and insurance funding, SCCC relies on client fees, counselor fees, private grants and donations.

Services Offered:
Individual
Couple
Family
Child and Group Counseling
School-Based Counseling Services
The Abuse Prevention Program
Best Practice Parenting
Children Affected by Domestic Violence
Rage Resolution Group
Teen Violence Prevention Group
Project Fatherhood

5615 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90019
(323) 937-1344
www.sccc-la.org

Miracle Mile Community Practice

Miracle Mile Community Practice was established in 1998 with an interest in Narrative Therapy and providing affordable counseling to the local community. Narrative Therapy views the problems people face as residing within a larger cultural context shaped by media, professional disciplines and institutions that wield power. This not only determines what we perceive as normal but provides the lenses through which we see ourselves and each other.

The organization currently has a staff of eight and has developed relationships with graduate programs and partnerships with professional organizations in the city and beyond.

7461 Beverly Boulevard, Suite 405
Los Angeles, CA 90036

(323) 939-6355
david@mmcpla.org
http://www.mmcpla.org/

Maple Counseling Center

Maple Counseling Center’s primary function is to provide low-cost, mental-health counseling services for individuals, couples, families, adolescents and groups in need. Their programs and services include counseling, school-based programs, support groups and senior-peer counseling.

9107 Wilshire Boulevard, Lower Level
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Tel: (310) 271-9999
Fax: (310) 247-4910

info@tmcc.org
http://tmcc.org/

 

The Kapelovitz Psychiatry Program

As a full service agency The Maple Counseling Center offers psychiatric services to its clients at a reduced rate.  This includes assessment and prescriptions for medication when appropriate.

This program is made possible by the generous support of Lee Kapelovitz, former member of The Maple Counseling Center’s Board of Directors (1991-2006). 

Sunrise Community Counseling Center

Website is in Spanish: http://www.centrode-rehabilitacion.com/servicios/

Sunrise Community Counseling Center (SCCC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has provided mental health, substance abuse treatment and psychosocial services for adults, family, youth and the homeless since 1976. This includes providing services for those who are mentally ill with dual diagnosis and counseling for perpetrators and victims of domestic violence and sexual offenses.  The Center caters to people who speak Spanish.

537 S. Alvarado St.
Los Angeles, CA 90057
Tel: (213) 207-2770
Fax: (213) 207-2773
http://www.centrode-rehabilitacion.com/contactenos/

The Ness Counseling Center

Ness Counseling Center, Inc.

8512 Whitworth Dr.

Los Angeles, CA 90035

Service/Intake and Administration: 310-360-8512

Thenesscenter.org

 

Sexual offender counseling is an ongoing program for all types of offenders from pre-adolescents to adults. Shoplifter diversion is supported by the courts and can be mandated as part of probation.

The agency provides drug counseling in the Special Adolescent sex offender counseling program.

Staff facilitate court-ordered monitored visits and neutral exchanges between non-custodial parents and/or other family members and children. Visits take place on site, in a safe and controlled environment. A maximum of six months of services, two hours per week is provided by the S.A.F.E. program. Parents who do not qualify for this program may participate in the agency’s other parenting programs.

Prop 36/PC 1000 Drug/Alcohol Counseling

 

Parenting skills development is divided into specific classes for court ordered individuals, parents of adolescents, parents of children with disabilities and/or special needs, parents of elementary school-aged children, and parents of toddlers. Class materials and lesson plans focus on issues related to these target groups. Separate programs are provided for parents of infants and preschoolers through the expectant/new parents assistance program. The Roosevelt-Bilingual Community Adult School does not have parenting classes for court order individuals but does have general parenting skills development classes available.

 

Parent Education prepares parents to apply proven methods in assuring their children’s academic and personal development. Parents are provided with a variety of learning opportunities within a supportive educational environment that may include the children’s participation. Over 50 developmentally-structured, topic-focused Parent Education courses are offered.

Friends of the Family

Friends of the Family is a counseling resource that provides a range of programs designed to strengthen family members at all ages and stages of life. Individuals, families, children and youth have access to a wide range of services, activities, resources and supports. Some programs focus on managing crisis situations while others focus on building life skills that support successful family life, thriving children and the achievement of educational goals and economic advancement. All programs are designed to build on the strengths of participants and combine practical education, coaching and mentoring with creative activities that empower and enrich their experience.

Programs are provided both at Friends of the Family’s central location in North Hills and at a range of more than fifty community sites including schools, churches and community centers in order to ensure maximum access for all families. All community-based programs are provided free of charge to participants.

Friends of the Family
16861 Parthenia Street,
North Hills, CA 91343

http://www.fofca.org/

Telephone: (818) 988-4430
Fax: (818) 988-4633