The Mission of Casa de la Familia is to address the mental health needs of individuals of all ages who have suffered a psychological trauma in a culturally relevant manner with dignity, compassion and mutual respect. The focus of the psychological treatment, education, and outreach we provide is to the under-served and most marginalized minority populations.
The majority of our professional, caring therapists are bicultural, bilingual, and Spanish-speaking. We specialize in the treatment of post-traumatic, anxiety, and depressive disorders of children, adolescents, adults, and elderly. We also focus on treatment for human trafficking victims as we provide crisis intervention as well as long-term individual and family therapy. On an as needed basis, we also provide home visits.
We provide services in the Los Angeles and Orange Counties and work very close with city, county and state Social Service agencies, police departments, victim advocates, and community service programs.
CASA DE LA FAMILIA is dedicated to helping both the victims and families of those who have sustained emotional injury as a result of a crime.
CASA DE LA FAMILIA offers other services in addition to individual and family psychological care, to include crisis intervention, psychometric assessment, and evaluations at a low cost, and support groups at no cost.
Services are available in both the Orange and Los Angeles Counties. Home visits may be provided.
The Victims of Crime Program determines each individual's eligibility for benefits on a case-by-case basis.
Individuals' that the Victim Compensation Program may consider eligible include the following:
- Victims of a crime suffering from emotional injury or surviving family members of homicide victims.
- Someone present during a crime who has a close relationship with the victim.
Casa de la Familia offers psychological counseling and/or psychiatric treatment to victims and their families to help them cope with the trauma of being either a victim or a witness of a crime.
Casa de Esperanza
National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence
Orange County Rape Crisis Center
Orange County Substance Abuse Prevention Network
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention - Community Guide
International Network Combating Human Trafficking
Support forum for Children of Affairs
Important Phone Numbers
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK
Youth Crisis Hotline 1-800-HIT-HOME
Suicide Hotline 714) 639 4673
Cocaine Anon 949) 650 1011
Heroin Hotline 800) 9 HEROIN
AIDS Hotline 800) 922 AIDS
Gay and Lesbian Info: 714) 534 0862
Suicide Hotline: 714) 639 4673
Rape Hotline: 714) 957 2737
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