Our services are provided based on your child’s individual needs. We utilize a variety of highly effective evidence based practices (EBP’s) in our outpatient programs.
Child psychiatrists provide psychiatric services, including evaluation and medication monitoring.
We offer a wide variety of bilingual (Spanish/English) supportive services, including parent education; health coverage enrollment and treatment services. Schedule your appointment today by calling: 818.882.3147.
Our intensive in-home case management services are offered in collaboration with your child’s treatment team. We specialize in linking families to community social services and school support.
Wraparound is a family-centered, team and strength-based, needs driven planning process for high risk youth. This intensive home based program serves children and youth who are at risk of out of home placement or are returning home from placement. The goals of the program are safety, placement permanency, and well-being of your child.
We offer several nationally recognized individual and group therapy practices that help you feel better, cope with difficult challenges in healthy ways, heal relationship conflicts, and recover from recent major life stressors.
CFGC provides innovative mental health services, prevention and early intervention programs to children and families in the San Fernando and Antelope Valleys. We also provide services at school sites, in clients’ homes, and in collaboration with many social service agencies.
CFGC’s Person-Centered Philosophy
CFGC’s clients and families are connected with services in a manner that ensures individuals and families are transitioned smoothly from one point of care to another through collaborative care coordination.
CFGC ensures that clients’ specific cultural values, traditions and beliefs are recognized and valued. Services are culturally grounded, congruent and personalized to reflect the unique cultural experience of each client and family. Our staff exhibits the highest level of cultural humility and sensitivity to the self-identified culture(s) of the person or family served in striving to achieve the greatest competency in care delivery.