CCS Provides supportive services, counseling and classes for active duty, reservist, National Guard or retired military and theri families who have served on or after September 11, 2001.
- Couples – Free counseling services. No insurance approvals required. Referrals to other community resources.
- Families – classes on how to support your family. Stress management for parents and children.
- Individuals – Treatment for Combat and War Related memories and experiences, Stress and anger management, Alcohol and Drub Abuse Counseling.
- Children – Relationship building for parents and children, managing problem behaviors, special needs therapy – particularly those with autism or ADHD. Assessment and referrals.
Services include behavioral health assessment, rehabilitive support, family services and in-home visits as needed.
Bi-Lingual Services Available.
Services provided in collaboration with the County of San Bernardino, Department of Behavioral Health and funded by the Mental Health Services Act. Making a Difference (MADA) is supplying “Parent Partners” for families needing any help with food, housing, parenting or other concerns. Please see MADA’s website for more information:
Counselors working with Military Families: