The Capital Region encompasses 10 counties near California’s capital city. This region spans vast differences in geography, income levels, population density and ethnicities. The diversity of programs offered in this region reflects the wide range of need.
Most of the families we serve live in poverty. Programs in this region run the gamut from early prevention services to intensive care. The emphasis on prevention and early intervention addresses children’s symptoms early, before they become lifelong problems that impede the ability to function as adults.
We typically address both mental health and basic needs, including food and clothing. The biggest behavioral health needs here include depression, anxiety, suicidality, substance abuse, school bullying, behavioral issues and parenting skills.
This region offers the following services:
- Child and Family Team Facilitation Program
- Crossroads Transitional Housing
- Differential Response
- Family Preservation
- Family Search & Engagement
- Fast Track
- Flexible Integrated Treatment
- Foster Care
- Kinship Support Services
- Outpatient Mental Health Services
- Partnership for Early Access Kids
- Psychiatric Services
- Therapeutic Behavioral Services
- Transitional Housing Program