Department of Mental Health
Prevention & Early Intervention Services (For ages 0-15)
Short-term early mental health services that utilize evidence-based treatment models to minimize chronic mental health system involvement. KYCC currently utilizes Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) and Managing and Adapting Practice (MAP).
Children’s Outpatient Mental Health (For ages 0-21)
Short-term intensive intervention program that provides one-to-one support for children who are experiencing a life crisis, who need additional support to transition to lower level placement or to prevent movement to a higher level of care. Some geographic restrictions apply.
Field Capable Clinical Services (For ages 0-25)
For clients who are transitioning from more intensive programs as they meet their recovery goals. FCCS enables providers to reach unserved, underserved or inappropriately served individuals who will not or cannot access mental health services in traditional settings.
Full Service Partnership (For ages 0-15)
Offered through the Asian Pacific Islander (API) Child Collaborative, for families whose children are experiencing significant emotional, psychological or behavioral problems. KYCC is capable of providing participants with services beyond the scope of traditional clinic-based outpatient mental health services. Those participating will have the support of a service provider 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Korean Integrated Service Management Model (For ages 0-60+)
Korean Integrated Service Management Model (KISM) services are appropriate for Korean clients in the Los Angeles area who are experiencing 1) primary mental health conditions as well as 2) substance abuse and/or chronic physical health issues. This program is designed to serve the multiple needs of families who are unserved and underserved due to stigma, lack of insurance and limited access to culturally and linguistically appropriate services.
Department of Children and Family Services
Family Preservation Program
Through in-home counseling and case management, the Family Preservation Program focuses on strengthening and preserving families who are at risk of or are already experiencing family problems, with the goal of ensuring the physical, emotional, social, educational, and cultural development of children at home in a safe and nurturing environment.
Partnership for Families (PFF)
Partnerships For Families is a child abuse prevention program designed to address the needs of pregnant women coping with substance abuse, mental illness or domestic violence as well as DCFS-referred families with children five years of age or younger who are at risk of maltreatment in Los Angeles County.
Prevention and Aftercare Services (PNA)
Prevention and Aftercare Services are available to families with minors with the goal of strengthening families. Research supports the common-sense notion that when protective factors are present and robust in a family, the likelihood of child abuse and neglect diminishes. The five protective factors that PNA promotes include: parental resilience, knowledge of parenting and child development, social and emotional competence of children, social connections and concrete support in times of need. PNA aims to increase these protective factors among families through a variety of services, such as youth programming, case management, parent support groups, self-care events and family nights.