Orange County

Mental Health Services in Orange County
Located at 18302 Irvine Blvd., Suite 300, Tustin, CA 92780

Mental Health Clinics
For children who have Orange County Medi-Cal or are part of the Adoption Assistance Program (AAP)

Santa Ana:
Ph
714-957-1004
FAX 714-957-1065
Anaheim Hills:
Ph 714-202-2100
FAX 714-685-2124


Kinship Center offers specialty mental health and counseling services to children and families touched by adoption, foster care, relative caregiving, or legal guardianship. To be eligible for these programs, a child must have Orange County Medi-Cal or be eligible as part of the Adoption Assistance Program (AAP). A child adopted from a county other than Orange County may be served at the clinic if the County of origin agrees to the host county providing services. A child may have been already permanently placed/adopted or adoption is being considered as part of the child’s permanency plan. In addition, a child may be living with relative caregivers or legal guardians. Services are provided in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

Early Intervention Program (Seedling Project)
For children who have Orange County Medi-Cal or are part of the Adoption Assistance Program (AAP)
Ph 714-432-8584
FAX 714-432-8588

The Seedling Project of Kinship Center is an Early Intervention Program working toward decreasing children’s developmental delays, increasing stability in their lives, and supporting foster/adoptive children and those living with relative caregivers entering school ready to learn. The program assists children ages 0-6, who receive periodic developmental and behavioral screenings. Additional services offered are in-home coaching, psychological testing, occupational therapy evaluations, and parent education.

Mental Health Clinic
Fee for ServicePh 714-979-2365
FAX 714-979-8485

Children referred to Kinship Center’s Children and Family Services are those adopted (or placed for adoption) through other California counties or other states, adopted as infants domestically or adopted internationally. Services include individual and family counseling, psychological testing, and medication support. Other clients include adult adoptees, foster and adoptive parents, siblings and birth families. This is a fee-for-service program.

Monterey County

Mental Health Services in Monterey County
 

Mental Health Clinic (D’Arrigo Children’s Clinic) Located at 124 River Road, Salinas, CA 93908
For children who have Monterey County Medi-Cal or are part of the Adoption
Assistance Program (AAP)

Ph 831-455-4770
FAX 831-455-4739

 

Lupin Clinic Located at 984 Lupin Dr. Salinas, CA 93906

Ph 831-753-6501
FAX 831-676-3325

 

Child and Family Development Center Located at 1180 Broadway St., King City, CA 93930

Ph 831-386-9340
FAX 831-386-9375


Kinship Center offers specialty mental health and counseling services to children and families touched by adoption, foster care, relative caregiving, or legal guardianship. To be eligible for these programs, a child must have Monterey County Medi-Cal or be eligible as part of the Adoption Assistance Program (AAP). Eligible children may be living with relatives, or already have been adopted, or adoption is being considered as a permanent plan. A child adopted from a county other than Monterey County may be served at the clinic if the county of origin agrees to the host county providing services. The D’Arrigo Children’s Clinic is staffed by experienced therapists and includes psychological and psychiatric services, and occupational therapy. The clinic offers individual, family and group counseling and highlights seasonal children’s therapy camps. Services are provided in English and Spanish.

Made possible by Proposition 63, the Clinic also offers an intensive Adoption Preservation services program for eligible families that augments the mental health services with crisis management and parent education.

 

San Luis Obispo County

Mental Health Services in San Luis Obispo County
Located at 71 N. Main Street, Templeton, CA 99999

Mental Health Clinic
For children who have San Luis Obispo County Medi-Cal or are part of the Adoption
Assistance Program (AAP)

Ph 805-434-2449
FAX 805-434-3839


Kinship Center offers a specialty mental heath clinic in Templeton for children with San Luis Obispo County Medi-Cal or who are eligible through the Adoption Assistance Program (AAP). Eligible children may be living with relatives, or already have been adopted, or adoption is being considered as a permanent plan. A child adopted from a county other than San Luis Obispo County may be served at the clinic if the county of origin agrees to the host county providing services. The Clinic is staffed by experienced therapists and also includes psychological and psychiatric services, and occupational therapy. The clinic offers individual, family and group counseling.

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