Children and families in need of mental health treatment. A referral is needed through Behavioral Health Services, Human Services Agency or Probation.
Victor Community Support Services, Inc. offers the following:
The Foster Care Assessment and Treatment Team provides assessment and counseling for mental health needs for children who live with their families, relatives or in foster care homes. This Team helps with referrals and coordinating of other services in a short term or extended basis.
Family Vision provides “wraparound” services for children and their families, utilizing a family-centered, strength-based and needs-driven planning process for creating individualized support. The goal of Intensive Care Services is to prevent children from being placed out-of-home, and/or to support continuity of current placement.
Therapeutic Behavioral Services offers a one-to-one therapeutic contact between a mental health provider and a beneficiary, for a specified short-term period of time, which is designed to maintain the child/youth’s residential placement at the lowest appropriate level by resolving target behaviors and achieving short-term treatment goals.
Juvenile Justice Services provides mental health services to children, youth and families that are involved in the San Joaquin County Juvenile Justice system, with the goal of supporting continued placement in the home environment.
0-5 Program provides early assessment and treatment for children 0 to 5 years to reduce the risk of requiring long-term mental health services. Treatment includes individual and family work, psychoeducation, and specialized activities to address the child's developmental and mental health needs.
Parent Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT) offers live parent coaching using a two-way mirror to enhance care giver/child relationships, up to sixteen sessions.
The following specialized groups are offered: Evidence-based Practice, Anger Management, Life Management, Personal Power and Teen Parenting and many more.