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This support group is open to people who are family members, living with and/or caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. A time to vent, share, learn, and offer to others on a similar path.
At Saban Community Clinic, all patients get the care they deserve and the attention they expect. For many patients, visiting SCC is the first time they feel truly seen and appreciated. Our team of doctors, nurses, medical professionals, and volunteers show up for our patients by providing superior healthcare at every step. At SCC, mental health is a priority. We treat a variety of mental health concerns for children, adolescents, families, and adults based on everyone’s unique challenges, needs, and goals. Our team approach to Behavioral Health includes various disciplines, such as psychology, psychiatry, social work, developmental-behavioral pediatrics, marriage and family therapy, mental health prevention, case management, and care coordination.
Through a holistic approach to emotional well-being, Wellnest offers hope, healing, and opportunity to the children, young adults, families, and communities we serve. Our commitment remains steadfast as we enter our second century of service. Everyone has access to the support services needed to achieve the emotional well-being critical to reaching their full potential.
The Trans Wellness Center provides comprehensive resources and services for transgender and non-binary people under one roof. The 3,000-square-foot center is the first in the United States, with six local organizations joining forces to create this new home for wellness. The Trans Wellness Center was conceived and created by community leaders and allies, honoring their lifelong dedication to raising awareness about the needs and contributions of the transgender community.
Love, Dad believes that children, families, and communities will thrive when all fathers have the support they need to create enduring bonds with their children. Through direct service, research, and training, Love, Dad advocates for policies and practices that promote work with fathers as an expected and integrated part of engaging developing families. We offer presentations, training, and consultation to help programs working with families with young children reframe their principles and practices to work effectively with those individuals primarily in the lives of the children they serve.
We deliver addiction treatment for people who want a better way to live and are ready to grab hold of it. We know you have a choice of drug rehabs to go to. We roll up our sleeves and do the work of recovery every day. Our mission is to transform lives one day at a time. Transformations Care is an alcohol and drug rehab with a conscience. Whether you are new to addiction treatment or have been around the block before and are tired of the revolving door drug rehabs, we can help.
The Wall Las Memorias (TWLM) is a community health and wellness organization dedicated to serving Latino, LGBTQ, and other under-served populations through advocacy, education, and building the next generation of leadership. The Wall Las Memorias serves low-income and hard-to-reach communities throughout Los Angeles, educating community members on the importance of HIV and AIDS, substance abuse prevention, mental health stigma reduction for LGBTQI2-S transitional-aged youth (TAY), transgender women's health and wellness, non-binary health and wellness, and community building in the marginalized communities. For more than 28 years, the organization has helped eradicate stigma and bigotry and created a safer place in our communities for dialogue, community building, education, and prevention services for this devastating epidemic using its AIDS Monument as a catalyst for social change.
We guide veterans in using simple, practical, secular tools of mindfulness, empowering them to cultivate their inner strengths, support their own well-being, participate in their own healing process, explore new possibilities, and enjoy the highest possible quality of life – to Be Free, Be Well, and Be Whole in their daily lives.
At APLA Health, we offer a multitude of behavioral healthcare services to meet your needs. Our services are provided by licensed clinical psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, and highly trained therapists.
Our mission is to provide compassionate, empirically driven mental health services that are accessible and rooted in an inclusive, cross cultural understanding of wellness. We view mental health holistically and offer an interpersonal approach to therapy that addresses the emotional and relational challenges that significantly hamper a persons vitality and wellness.
WIN provides free, in-home mental health therapy and in-home comprehensive support to vulnerable families with young children. We nest children and their parents in a comprehensive support system that ensures their basic needs are met so that families can focus on repairing their relationships, healing from trauma, and building resilience. With our in-home mental health therapy, child-parent relationships strengthen and parents heal from depression, PTSD, and complex trauma. We partner with sister agencies to create a community that offers an array of supportive preventions and interventions to buffer children and their families against the negative effects of adversity.
Alzheimer's Association California Southland Chapter support groups provide caregivers and others affected by the disease the opportunity to exchange information and develop methods and skills to solve problems.
The Psychology of Aging podcast is your “go-to” resource for mental health and aging. Join clinical Geropsychologist, Dr. Regina Koepp, each week as she shares expert insights surrounding mental health and aging, dementia, caregiving, and end of life. Each episode contains evidence-based information and resources to help you deepen your understanding of aging and take caring for older adults to a whole new level.
Wayfinder provides a range of trauma-informed services to help children, youth and adults discover their path to sustained well-being. Young people who have been impacted by the foster care system, especially children who are medically fragile, multi-disabled or chronically ill, as well as individuals and families who need assistance coping with the effects of sudden or gradual vision loss.

Wayfinder Family Services

  • 5300 Angeles Vista Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90043, US

Get matched to a licensed therapist. Communicate via phone, video, and messaging. Pride Counseling is accepting of people from every gender, orientation, and identity. Our therapists have relevant expertise, experience, and training to provide therapy services for LGBTQ+ members. Message whenever you want. Schedule sessions that work with your schedule.
It might feel like you're alone, but you're not. Thousands of other people are going through the exact same thing you are. Connect with others that have the same addiction, and at the same point in their sobriety.
The mission of the Violence Intervention Program is to protect and treat all victims of family violence and sexual assault, and for 30 years, has been executing and expanding that vision. Our support programs are the heart of what we do. VIP has continued to innovate in creating programs and systems that simplify the path to recovery for people experiencing abuse or neglect. Our work aims to cover the spectrum from Child Abuse, to Adult, Elderly and LGBTQ needs across Los Angeles County, and our offerings continue to expand each year to serve more people. We work hard to provide intimate, dedicated care to everyone who reaches out or is referred to VIP, and we welcome you to learn more about our specific offerings in this section, or by getting in touch directly with us.

Violence Intervention Program

  • 1721 Griffin Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90031, US

The mission of Upward Bound House (UBH) is to eliminate homelessness among families with children by providing housing, supportive services, and advocacy. We strive to reduce the number of homeless families with minor children who are hungry and living on the streets of Los Angeles, by helping them access basic resources and successfully transition into their own homes with the capacity to remain there permanently.

Upward Bound House

  • 1104 Washington Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90403, US

Our central goal is to provide high-quality services and programs that are individually tailored, accessible, efficient, effective, and culturally competent. We have served the community since 1965, with a caring, competent staff, guided by an exceptional Board of Directors. Our mission is to provide quality integrated health and behavioral health services to children, youth, adults, and families irrespective of immigration status, residency, language, culture, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or one’s ability to pay.

Kedren Community Health Center

  • 4211 S. Avalon Bl. Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90001, US