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Los Angeles, CA 90017

Tel: (213) 481-7464
Fax: (213) 481-7147

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Children's Clinic M-F 9am-5pm
(213) 482-9400

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(213) 481-4260

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(213) 482-9400

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Adult Clinic M-F 8am-7:30pm
(213) 481-1347

Domestic Violence Program
(213) 481-1792

Adult Services & Programs
(213) 481-1347

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Our mission is to deliver compassionate innovative mental health services that empower individuals and families to overcome barriers and significant life challenges to achieve more fulfilling,
resilient and self-sufficient lives.

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In 1995, when the Willard Psychiatric Center in Willard, NY was closed..

A young boy holds hands with a woman and hides his face in her dress.  He is wearing a blue and gray shirt, has brown hair, and is of Persian descent.  The woman is wearing a black casual dress with a pattern and her face does not appear in the frame.  The little boy appears sad or upset, his face is hidden.  Photographed outdoors on a sidewalk in a residential neighborhood, the background features grass and trees.The adversity of trauma extends across generations

Parents who faced severe stress and trauma early in their lives,,,

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Say it Loud. No Abuse

No one expected that Luis could be a victim of abuse at the hands of his girlfriend. After all, the thirty-year-old was a former gang member and had done time in prison. When his friends pressed him about his black eye, bruises and broken bones, he lied. How could he tell them that his pregnant girlfriend was his abuser? When his son was born, Louis jumped at the chance to escape. He and his infant son found a safe place to live, and Louis began his role as a single dad.

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Amanecer Denounces Separation

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Separating children from their parents, while the family is legally applying for asylum in the United States, is heartless and unacceptable. Ripping families apart will cause life-long trauma for the parents and children subjected to such cruelty.Read more.