KYCC has provided mental health services to the Koreatown community since its inception in 1975. Our goal is to provide a broad continuum of high quality and culturally relevant clinical services for low-income children, youth and their families. Many of our clients are unserved or underserved from a lack of culturally or linguistically relevant services.
Our team of clinicians and case managers provide individual, group and family therapy in outpatient, school-based and in-home settings. All clinical services are available in English, Korean, and Spanish.
KYCC’s holistic approach to mental health is supported by our multiservice agency—we house more than 20 programs—and our wide network of longstanding partnerships with community agencies. We offer short-term programs, help clients transition into recovery, and serve participants who may be beyond the scope of traditional outpatient services. We also provide medication management, individual and family-based case management, child abuse prevention and intervention, and parenting education.
How to Receive Services:
- Call KYCC at (213) 365-7400 to speak with an Intake Counselor (English, Korean, or Spanish available).
- Intake Counselor will conduct a 15-20 minute eligibility screening that will cover insurance information, previous treatment, and your present symptoms.
- Based on the eligibility screening, the Intake Counselor will add the child to the KYCC program waitlist or provide a referral to other organizations. Wait time varies based on program space.
- Once space becomes available, a KYCC therapist will call to schedule an in-person assessment to enroll the child into one of our programs.