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The UCLA Center for Assessment and Prevention of Prodromal States (CAPPS) is a clinical research center at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Behavior. CAPPS specializes in identifying and treating adolescents and young adults (between the ages of 12 and 30) at high risk for developing psychotic disorders, in the “prodromal” phase of schizophrenia. CAPPS aims to protect vulnerable youth in hopes that the full-blown illness does not develop. The majority of assessment and treatment services offered at CAPPS are free of charge. Efforts to reduce the rates of psychosis in youth are as critical as ever. Psychotic disorders continue to rank among the top ten causes of disability worldwide, causing tremendous suffering for both affected youth and their families. The research in this field is growing quickly thanks to our prodromal consortium across the United States and Canada. The more our community stays informed and recognizes early signs in youth, the greater an impact we can have in decreasing suffering and disability. CAPPS is funded by the Don Levin Trust, Shear Family Foundation, and Staglin Music Festival for Mental Health, the nation’s leading charity event aimed at finding ways to treat and ultimately cure mental illness through brain research, and grants from the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH).

Center for Assessment and Prevention of Prodromal States (CAPPS)

  • 19401 S. Vermont Ave, Suite A200, Torrance, CA 90502, US

Centro De Bienestar Familiar is a community-based agency that provides psychological treatment, education, training, and community outreach services to the underserved population in the greater Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley.  We offer bilingual and bi-cultural services with specialized treatments in trauma recovery. We are a group of mental health professionals with multiple specialties including:
  • Psycholgical/emotional disorders

  • Relational problems and marriage conflicts

  • Psychiatric disorders

  • Substance abuse

  • Family problems and parenting issues

Centro de Bienestar

  • 2677 Zoe Ave. Suite 301, Huntington Park, 90255 90255, US

We are a Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health directly-operated outpatient clinic that specializes in serving the Asian Pacific Islander populations in Los Angeles County since 1986. Our mission is to provide caring, effective, and culturally sensitive treatment services, tailored to the needs of our clients and the API community, to enhance healing, well-being, and help our clients achieve their full potential. Our treatment team consists of dedicated psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, mental health counselor RNs, medical case workers, community workers, administrative and supervisory staff, graduate interns, and WOW volunteers with lived experience. Our staff members are familiar with and fluent in the various Asian languages and cultures.

Long Beach Asian Pacific Islander (API) Family Mental Health Center

  • 4510 E. Pacific Coast Hwy. Suite 600, Long Beach, CA 90804, US

Angel Step Inn is a safe, confidential home for victims of domestic violence, who may or may not have a history of consuming alcohol and/or drugs. We assist all victims of intimate partner violence regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability, with or without children. Our shelter holds approximately 30 people at a time and is staffed 24-hours a day to offer security and comprehensive support services to residents. Our shelter is a homelike atmosphere that encourages privacy and peace for healing from intimate partner abuse. Our shelter has five bedrooms, one community living room, a large dining area and two children’s playrooms. Our carriage house, which is also located on the property, provides two additional bedrooms, a kitchen, a living, room and a shared bathroom If you are unsure about to do or how to leave a violent relationship, call our 24-hour Crisis Line at (323) 780-4357.

Angel Step Inn

  • 11500 Paramount Boulevard, Downey, California 90241, US

We provide counseling to support social and emotional development for school aged children, foster youth, and parents and caregivers with a special focus on the impacts of trauma.

Children’s Institute

  • 1500 Hughes Way, Suite C100 Long Beach, CA 90810

CMWC’s mental health services include a range of counseling, case management and education. Our behavioral health providers provide treatment in areas of depression, anxiety, substance abuse, parenting, anger management and mental health related issues.

Community Medical Wellness Centers USA

  • 1360 E. Anaheim St., Ste, 203 Long beach, CA 90813

Crittenton Services for Children and Families is a nationally accredited mental health and child welfare nonprofit with more than 50 years of experience serving the most vulnerable system-involved children, youth, and families. Our treatment philosophy is one of being trauma-responsive and is at the core of all our programming efforts in order to best address childhood trauma in a holistic and culturally sensitive manner.

Crittenton Family and Child Services

  • 4300 Long Beach Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90807

Memorial Counseling Associates has a team of psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed therapists, and nurse practitioners who see children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients in the outpatient clinic for counseling, medication management, personality testing, psychological testing, marriage/family/relationship therapy, individual therapy and group therapy.

Memorial Counseling Associates

  • 4525 E. Atherton Street Second Floor Long Beach, CA 90815

The CARE Program offers individual, partner and relational therapy for you and your loved ones. Your behavioral health is a very important part of staying healthy. It affects how you think, feel and behave.

CARE Center

  • 1043 Elm Ave., Suite 300 Long Beach, CA 90813

We are committed to providing services to the LGBTQ community and approach treatment with an emphasis on trauma, anxiety, and/or depression informed by experiences of external and internalized homo-bi-trans-phobia.

The LGBTQ Center Long Beach

  • 2017 East 4 th Street Long Beach, CA 90814

Our techniques are developed by leading scientists and experts who've been studying evidence-based interventions in the fields of positive psychology, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral therapy for decades.
Making professional counseling accessible, affordable, convenient - so anyone who struggles with life’s challenges can get help, anytime, anywhere.