Community Resource Center’s professional counselors provide empathic, dynamic and solution-oriented counseling where clients can learn to navigate and transform challenges and live healthy lives.
Individual counseling (sometimes called psychotherapy, talk therapy, or treatment) is a process through which clients work one-on-one with a trained mental health clinician in a safe, caring and confidential environment.
Child and Adolescent Support Services
Counseling services are available for children under 18 and their caregivers that have been victims of crime, have experienced abuse and/or neglect, have been exposed to domestic violence, have been exposed to parental substance abuse, child abduction, witnessed a crime or violence in the school or community, or are dependents of the court and involved in the child welfare system.
Domestic Violence Survivors Support Groups & Classes
Our Domestic Violence Support Group provides a safe and relaxed environment for those who are or were in an abusive relationship, encouraging personal growth and healing in all areas of life. Learn how to develop trusting, caring relationships and understand domestic violence and its impact on one’s life. For more information, please download the Domestic Violence Support Group flyer located below.
Contact: Lisa Riddle at (760) 753-2919 ext. 1509 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Vickie Woods at (760) 230-6314 or email@example.com.
Men's Survivor Support Group is available to any man (age 17+) who has experienced domestic or family violence, sexual assault or trafficking. For more information, please download the Men's Survivor Support Group flyer located below.
Individualized Parenting Support is provided to families enrolled in CASS/SANA. For more information, please download the Child & Adolescent Support Services Flyer (English or Spanish) located below.