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    Programs that offer personal therapeutic sessions in which the therapist works on a one-to-one basis with clients to help them resolve their mental, emotional or social problems.

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    Adult Dual Disorders Program, Behavioral Health Services, County of ImperialDesigned to meet the special needs of individuals, ages 18 and up, in Imperial County who have a dual diagnosis of severe emotional disturbance and substance abuse/dependence, as their treatment needs differ significantly from those of individuals who are diagnosed with either disorder on its own. Program provides a full range of integrated community services and supports to reduce the individual's mental illness and substance abuse/dependence symptoms.Adult Dual Disorders ProgramBehavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
    Adult Mental Health Services, Alvarado Parkway Institute Behavioral Health SystemOffers outpatient service and addictive disease outpatient programs. Outpatient services program consists of multi-disciplinary treatment. The program is designed to provide medical and therapeutic support to individuals with psychiatric disabilities who require ongoing support and structure to reduce hospitalizations. Provides a full continuum of care, assistance in developing coping skills, sessions with primary psychiatrist, daily psychotherapy groups, and transportation services. Addictive disease outpatient program consists of multi-disciplinary treatment team specializing in psychology. Provides patients with support resources, integration into the community, and offers family, group, and individual therapy. Also provides full continuum of care, assistance in practicing new coping skills, on site sessions, and daily psychotherapy groups.EastAdult Mental Health ServicesAlvarado Parkway Institute Behavioral Health System
    Adult Mental Health Services, Alvarado Parkway Institute Behavioral Health System, El CajonOffers outpatient service and addictive disease outpatient programs. Outpatient services program consists of multi-disciplinary treatment. The program is designed to provide medical and therapeutic support to individuals with psychiatric disabilities who require ongoing support and structure to reduce hospitalizations. Provides a full continuum of care, assistance in developing coping skills, sessions with primary psychiatrist, daily psychotherapy groups, and transportation services. Addictive disease outpatient program consists of multi-disciplinary treatment team specializing in psychology. Provides patients with support resources, integration into the community, and offers family, group, and individual therapy. Also provides full continuum of care, assistance in practicing new coping skills, on site sessions, and daily psychotherapy groups.EastAdult Mental Health ServicesAlvarado Parkway Institute Behavioral Health System
    Adult Mental Health Services, Alvarado Parkway Institute Behavioral Health System, La Mesa, ADOPOffers outpatient service and addictive disease outpatient programs. Outpatient services program consists of multi-disciplinary treatment. The program is designed to provide medical and therapeutic support to individuals with psychiatric disabilities who require ongoing support and structure to reduce hospitalizations. Provides a full continuum of care, assistance in developing coping skills, sessions with primary psychiatrist, daily psychotherapy groups, and transportation services. Addictive disease outpatient program consists of multi-disciplinary treatment team specializing in psychology. Provides patients with support resources, integration into the community, and offers family, group, and individual therapy. Also provides full continuum of care, assistance in practicing new coping skills, on site sessions, and daily psychotherapy groups.EastAdult Mental Health ServicesAlvarado Parkway Institute Behavioral Health System
    Adult Mental Health Services, Alvarado Parkway Institute Behavioral Health System, San DiegoOffers outpatient service and addictive disease outpatient programs. Outpatient services program consists of multi-disciplinary treatment. The program is designed to provide medical and therapeutic support to individuals with psychiatric disabilities who require ongoing support and structure to reduce hospitalizations. Provides a full continuum of care, assistance in developing coping skills, sessions with primary psychiatrist, daily psychotherapy groups, and transportation services. Addictive disease outpatient program consists of multi-disciplinary treatment team specializing in psychology. Provides patients with support resources, integration into the community, and offers family, group, and individual therapy. Also provides full continuum of care, assistance in practicing new coping skills, on site sessions, and daily psychotherapy groups.CentralAdult Mental Health ServicesAlvarado Parkway Institute Behavioral Health System
    Alcohol and Drug Treatment, Union of Pan Asian CommunitiesProvides effective substance abuse treatment, teen drinking alcohol recovery, and prevention services to Asian and Pacific Islander adults and adolescents (age 12-17). Working with a variety of cultures and ethnicities, services are provided to support the individual’s efforts in attaining and maintaining an alcohol and other drug free life style. Substance addiction is a treatable condition, and our evidence-based outpatient treatment program has helped thousand of addicts and their loved ones. Topics covered include relapse prevention, recovery process, coping skills, self-esteem, cultural identity and awareness, drug pharmacology, sober living skills, anger management, individual/family counseling, and crisis intervention. Alcohol and drug testing is an integral part and expectation of the program participants.CentralAlcohol and Drug TreatmentUnion of Pan Asian Communities
    Behavioral Health, Community Health Systems Inc, Fallbrook Family Health CenterProvides psychiatrist and therapist for children, teens and adults. Offers adult counseling and all services are confidential.North InlandBehavioral HealthCommunity Health Systems Inc, Fallbrook Family Health Center
    Behavioral Health Services, 25th Street Family Medicine, Mountain Health and Community ServicesBehavioral Health Services include: individual counseling sessions for adults via our telemedicine machine. This entails seeing the therapist over a television screen rather than in person, similar to “Face to Face Time or Skype. Assistance with MediCal applications is also available.CentralBehavioral Health ServicesMountain Health and Community Services
    Behavioral Health Services, Mountain Health and Community Services - Alpine Family MedicineOffers behavioral health services that include individual psychotherapy/counseling for children and adults. Assistance with MediCal applications is also available.EastBehavioral Health ServicesMountain Health and Community Services
    Behavioral Health Services, Mountain Health and Community Services, CampoBehavioral Health services include, but are not limited to: individual, family, and group counseling,pain and weight management, assessment of developmental and learning disabilities, domestic violence counseling, substance abuse counseling, smoking cessation, and mood disorders Offers behavioral health classes on a variety of topics. Offers assistance with SSI and Medi-Cal applications. Some home visits and transportation services to clinic are available.EastBehavioral Health ServicesMountain Health and Community Services
    Behavioral Health Services, Mountain Health and Community Services, EscondidoBehavioral Health Services include: individual counseling sessions for adults via our telemedicine machine. This entails seeing the therapist over a television screen rather than in person, similar to “Face to Face Time or Skype. Assistance with MediCal applications is also available.North InlandBehavioral Health ServicesMountain Health and Community Services
    Center for Hope and Strength Incorporated, San Diego Family Justice CenterProvides domestic violence related mental health therapy to victims of domestic violence including spousal abuse, child abuse, and same sex abuse.CentralCenter for Hope and Strength IncorporatedSan Diego Family Justice Center
    Centro de Consejeria e Integracion Comunitaria, Universidad Estatal de San DiegoCCCE es una organización sin ánimo de lucro que ofrece servicios a bajo costo para individuos, parejas y familias de la comunidad de City Heights y la ciudad de San Diego. CCCE es un centro de entrenamiento para consejeros que está vinculada a la Universidad Estatal de San Diego (SDSU). CCCE ofrece capacitación por medio de experiencia directa a estudiantes del programa de Terapia Familiar y de Pareja (MFT) y el programa de Consejería Comunitaria (Community-Based Block). Nuestros consejeros están en el proceso de obtener su licencia clínica, por lo cual trabajan bajo la supervisión de profesionales licenciados y profesores del Departamento de Consejería y Psicología Escolar de SDSU. Ofrecemos servicios de consejería en Inglés y Español. CCCE ofrece servicios de terapia en casa para aquellas familias que viven en City Heights. Nuestras tarifas son de las más bajas en el Condado y se calculan teniendo en cuenta información como ingresos familiares y número de dependientes. CentralMarriage, Family, and Child CounselingSan Diego State University
    Centro de Psicologia CulturalMental health services include individual therapy, group therapy, couples therapy, and family therapy. Experience working with refugee and immigrant families.North CentralCentro de Psicologia CulturalCentro de Psicologia Cultural
    Coaching Into Care, United States Department of Veterans AffairsProvides a “coaching” service for family and friends of Veterans who see that their Veteran needs help. Coaching involves helping the caller figure out how to motivate a Veteran to seek services. The service is free and provided by licensed clinical social workers and psychologists. The goal of the service is to help the Veteran and family members find the appropriate services in their community. North CentralCoaching Into CareUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs
    Community Assessment Team (CAT) - WINGS, Mental Health Systems, IncThis is an early intervention and prevention program for at risk youth and their families in the North County Inland area. All staff provide strength based, family-centered services in-home, on site. Utilizing a wraparound philosophy of service provision, clients and their families are offered case management, group counseling, individual and/or family counseling, in this voluntary program. Additionally, clients may be linked to numerous community resources and provided funding opportunities to participate in recreational activities or purchase basic needs that enhance attainment of their service plan. A variety of psycho-educational and pro-social groups are offered, tutoring services, juvenile law classes, intensive gang prevention program and Donovan Prison Tours. Clients may also be linked to local resource providers in order to complete assigned community service hours, obtain outpatient drug or alcohol treatment, and access other required stipulations by their referral sources or services that may enhance family functioning.North InlandCommunity Assessment Team (CAT) - WINGSMental Health Systems, Inc
    Counseling Centre, First Avenue Counseling CentreProvides individual, couple, family, and group counseling. Also offers a Department of Probation-certified anger management program for men and women. This program meets all court requirements in the state of California, and also accepts men and women who are not court-ordered who wish to work on anger and relationship issues. Classes are 90 minutes per week.CentralCounseling CentreFirst Avenue Counseling Centre
    Counseling for Individuals and Families, Santee Family Counseling CenterOffers counseling for families and individuals.EastCounseling for Individuals and FamiliesSantee Family Counseling Center
    Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Chase AvenueOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bi-cultural services. EastCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Chula VistaOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bi-cultural services. SouthCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Euclid Family Counseling Center, San Ysidro Health CenterProvides behavioral and mental health support services, counseling, and groups.CentralEuclid Family Counseling CenterSan Ysidro Health Center
    Family-to-Family Education Program, NAMI San DiegoProgram is comprised of a series of 12 classes for the families of persons with serious and persistent brain disorders (mental illnesses). Classes are small and represent a new concept and curriculum. In this model, the course co-teachers are family members themselves and the course has been designed and written by an experienced family member-mental health professional. The course balances education and skill-training with self care, emotional support and empowerment.Family-to-Family Education ProgramNAMI San Diego
    Family Wellness Unit, La Maestra Community Health CentersProvides outpatient mental health counseling to children, adults, families and couples. Offers bilingual and bicultural services (English/Spanish). Provides treatment for Major Depressive and Anxiety disorders through counseling and medication management by Psychiatrist and Primary Care Physician. Provides long term services for adult victims of Domestic Violence and abuse. Provides short treatment for the severely mental ill; the uninsured, and low income residents of San Diego.CentralFamily Wellness UnitLa Maestra Community Health Centers
    Family & Youth Enrichment Program, Mom & Tots, Armed Services YMCA, San DiegoThis program is designed to promote and strengthen parent-child bonding, create socialization opportunities for military families, and promote child development, all of which are essential protective factors in supporting and enhancing child and family well-being. It provides an opportunity for connection for the adults who attend and gives young children the chance to begin pre-school activities that are important for basic school readiness.North CentralFamily & Youth Enrichment ProgramArmed Services YMCA, San Diego
    Human Trafficking Victims Assistance Program, Legal Advocacy and Social Services Department, La Maestra Community Health CentersProvides a specialized program for international victims of human trafficking. Assistance includes housing (financial resources for rent), groceries/food, medical/dental services, transportation, emergency phone services, interpretation services, referrals for related legal services, family law applications and low cost immigration assistance, counseling/therapy, support groups, social service programs (yoga, painting, ESL, zumba, and more), and other needs depending on the case. Also offers services for domestic victims of human trafficking including counseling/therapy, support groups, social service programs (yoga, painting, ESL, zumba, and more), connection to law enforcement services, family law applications and low cost immigration related services.CentralLegal Advocacy and Social Services DepartmentLa Maestra Community Health Centers
    Institute on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma at Alliant International UniversityProvides various mental health services on a sliding scale as part of its training and mission. Additionally, IVAT works closely with the Family Violence and Sexual Assault Institute (FVSAI). FVSAI provides training, education, and forensic (court-related) mental health services locally and nationally. IVAT and FVSAI provide clinical and forensic mental health services through their Professional Clinical and Forensic Services Department. Professional services within IVAT focus on providing individual, family, re-unification, and group therapy. Specialty areas of treatment include: abuse and trauma, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, dual diagnosis issues, anger management, behavioral problems and impulse control, and general life adjustment issues. We also provide parenting skills and domestic violence treatment as well as supervised visitations. Furthermore, we can provide comprehensive psychological evaluations, educational assessments, and neuropsychological screens as well as court-ordered assessments, such as child custody evaluations. We work with children, adolescents, and adults. Treatment services are provided on a sliding fee scale based on income. All of the staff of IVAT have a minimum of a Master’s degree in Clinical or Forensic Psychology and are working towards their doctorate degree or are a post-doctorate fellow. All unlicensed staff are under the supervision of licensed psychologists.North CentralInstitute on Violence, Abuse, and TraumaAlliant International University
    North Inland Mental Health Center, Mental Health Systems, IncProvides adults with persistent psychiatric disabilities with individual counseling, group therapy, homeless outreach, case management. North InlandNorth Inland Mental Health CenterMental Health Systems, Inc
    Novata Family Forces, Novata Behavioral HeathNovata Family Forces was designed to provide counseling services to Military Families and strives to provide a service delivery that is accessible and affordable to those it serves. Novata Family Forces serves children, youth and adolescents, as well as adults. Our services include Individual Counseling, Family Counseling, Group Counseling, and Couples Counseling. Novata Family Forces helps families with parenting skills, the development of coping skills, to improve communication, decrease anxiety, identify stress management techniques, as well as decrease symptoms of depression. Novata Family Forces aims to provide counseling services in a location that is convenient and suitable for the family, whether that is in an office setting, in their home, or in a school. Family Forces can serve any military dependent who is covered under Tricare. North CentralNovata Family Forces, Novata Behavioral HeathNovata Behavioral Heath
    Passages, YWCA of San Diego CountyA 12-month transitional housing program that supports single homeless women in their journey from homelessness to stable housing. Many clients are survivors of domestic violence or other trauma. The program focuses on career development, counseling, financial literacy training, and case management to develop a complete plan that leads to employment and permanent housing.CentralPassagesYWCA of San Diego County
    Professional Clinical and Forensic Services, Family Violence and Sexual Assault InstituteIVAT and FVSAI are training and resource centers that focus directly and specifically on violence, abuse and trauma; goal is to respond to it and address its impact across the lifespan. Concerned with issues ranging from child maltreatment, sexual assault, children exposed to violence, intimate partner violence, and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). CLINICAL The clinicians at IVAT provide: therapy (individual, family, and group) psychological assessment, supervised visitation, and parenting skills training. Treatment services are provided on a sliding scale based on income. FORENSIC The forensic consulting team at IVAT serves clients who are involved in criminal, family, and civil cases involving a broad range of forensic issues (sexual or physical), including child custody, child abuse, family violence allegations, sexual assault, and trauma. Services offered include: Conducting child custody evaluations, writing reports for court, observations of interactions between involved parties, psychological expert witness testimony and forensic evaluations, and providing treatment for a variety of emotional and behavioral problems.North CentralProfessional Clinical and Forensic ServicesFamily Violence and Sexual Assault Institute
    Serenity House Residential Substance Abuse Treatment, North CountyProvides residential treatment facilities for women, with or without children, who have alcohol and drug dependencies. Minimum stay is 90 days. Offers individual and group counseling as well as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) 12-step group meetings. Offers clinical dual-recovery services, services for children, transitional services, health services, and aftercare services to residents.North InlandSerenity House Residential Substance Abuse TreatmentNorth County Serenity House
    Soldiers Project, TheProvides free, confidential and ongoing mental health services to military service members and veterans of every branch of the military who have served post 9/11, regardless of discharge status and their families. Individual, couples and family therapies are provided by fully licensed psychologists, social workers, and marriage and family counselors. All therapy services are provided in the privacy of the therapist's office.The Soldiers ProjectSoldiers Project, The
    Special Treatment Center, Alpine Special Treatment CenterProvides a 99-bed locked residential rehabilitation treatment facility designed to restabilize the chronically mentally ill who have a DSM-IV Axis I diagnosis. Works to return patients to board and care independent living in the community. The structured program includes individual and group therapy, relapse prevention, medication education, and symptom management. Most patients are on a conservatorship. Length of stay is determined by individual need. Also provides dual diagnosis treatment (substance abuse cannot be primarily).EastSpecial Treatment CenterAlpine Special Treatment Center
    The Chadwick Center- Trauma Counseling Program Rady Children's Hospital, North CoastalProvides individual therapy to children, youth, and adults who have been physically, sexually, or emotionally abused and/or have been a witness to violence or trauma (including medical trauma such as witnessing an accident). Family and group therapy is also provided when appropriate. Coordination of services with other agencies is stressed, and referrals are made as appropriate. Crisis intervention services are available at time of disclosure of abuse or if concern about the possibility of abuse is expressed by the family. The Kids-In-Court program provides weekly groups (2-week cycle) for child abuse victims and non-offending parents. Offers explanations of court procedures and support to families involved in the criminal or juvenile court system. The Children's Advocacy Project provides services in conjunction with the San Diego Police Department.North CoastalTrauma Counseling ProgramRady Children's Hospital and Health Center
    The Chadwick Center- Trauma Counseling Program, Rady Children's Hospital, South BayProvides individual therapy to children, youth, and adults who have been physically, sexually, or emotionally abused and/or have been a witness to violence or trauma (including medical trauma such as witnessing an accident). Family and group therapy is also provided when appropriate. Coordination of services with other agencies is stressed, and referrals are made as appropriate. Crisis intervention services are available at time of disclosure of abuse or if concern about the possibility of abuse is expressed by the family. The Kids-In-Court program provides weekly groups (2-week cycle) for child abuse victims and non-offending parents. Offers explanations of court procedures and support to families involved in the criminal or juvenile court system. The Children's Advocacy Project provides services in conjunction with the San Diego Police Department.SouthTrauma Counseling ProgramRady Children's Hospital and Health Center
    Transitional Aged Youth Services, Community Research Foundation, Douglas Young Wellness & Recovery CenterProvides medication management, group and individual therapy, as wells as specified case management to individuals ages 18 to 24 years of age.North CentralTransitional Aged Youth ServicesCommunity Research Foundation
    Trauma Counseling Program, Rady Children's Hospital, The Chadwick Center, North CentralProvides individual therapy to children, youth, and adults who have been physically, sexually, or emotionally abused and/or have been a witness to violence or trauma (including medical trauma such as witnessing an accident). Family and group therapy is also provided when appropriate. Coordination of services with other agencies is stressed, and referrals are made as appropriate. Crisis intervention services are available at time of disclosure of abuse or if concern about the possibility of abuse is expressed by the family. The Kids-In-Court program provides weekly groups (2-week cycle) for child abuse victims and non-offending parents. Offers explanations of court procedures and support to families involved in the criminal or juvenile court system. The Children's Advocacy Project provides services in conjunction with the San Diego Police Department.North CentralTrauma Counseling ProgramRady Children's Hospital and Health Center
    Ward Access to Supports and Services Program (WASS), Behavioral Health Services, County of ImperialDesigned to meet the needs of seriously emotionally disturbed adolescents, ages 12-18, in Imperial County, who are exiting or aging out of the juvenile criminal justice system. The program provides a full range of integrated community services and supports to reduce the individual's mental illness and assure continuity of care upon release to the community.Ward Access to Supports and Services Program (WASS)Behavioral Health Services, County of Imperial

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