Using the “Incredible Years” evidence-based parenting model, parents and children (in foster care) are involved in visitation events, mental health services and parenting skills training.
Safe and sober living environment for ParentCare families.
School- and home-based mental health intervention to children, youth and families.
In partnership with the Escondido Union School District (EUSD), PROMOTE! provides evidence-based prevention and early mental health intervention services to at-risk and disadvantaged young children, ages 3-8, in 12 EUSD elementary schools. (Children, Family)
Real-time access to psychiatric/behavior health treatment consultation for primary care providers throughout San Diego County.
Consultants, educators and psychiatrists partner with selected rural community health clinics to provide behavioral health screening, evaluation, medication consultation and short-term therapy integrated within the primary health care setting.
Weekly structured multi-family support/education groups provide a forum, free-of-charge for parent and youth to discuss substance use disorder issues and receive support from peers.
Intensive outpatient treatment programs for women with substance use disorder. Includes parenting skills training, co-occurring disorder treatment and enriched pre-school for their children.