CALM: Its mission is to prevent, assess and treat child abuse by providing comprehensive, culturally competent services for children, adults and families.
The Center for Successful Aging provides a variety of programs to promote the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual life of seniors and their families. It has a peer counseling program, a Careline telephone reassurance program, a Real Help program providing caregivers to seniors needing help in their homes, and a quarterly senior newspaper called Successful Aging.
Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse(CADA) Building healthier lives, stronger families and amore vibrant community through education, prevention and treatment of substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Family Therapy Institute of Santa Barbara: Positive Innovative Effective Therapy for individuals, families, couples, children.
Family Service Agency of Santa Barbara: Strengthens and advocates for families and works to improve the well being of children, families and seniors by providing access to food, shelter and case management, advocacy and mental health programs.
Hosford Clinic: A University based community clinic designed to provide culturally sensitive, low cost counseling and psychotherapy for children, adults, couples and families on a sliding scale.
Hospice of Santa Barbara: offers free support groups, resources and community education and counseling for grief and bereavement
Jewish Family Service: A department of the the Jewish Federation of Santa Barbara dedicated to strengthening the quality of life for families and individuals.
National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI): Provides support and referral services including family support groups, peer to peer counseling, and family to family services.
New Beginnings: provides mental health counseling to low income community members and to end homelessnes for individuals, families and veterans throughout Santa Barbara County.
Mission Harbor Behavioral Health: A drug addiction treatment center providing compassionate, recovery and community resources.
Postpartum Education for Parents (PEP): Supports growing families with opportunities for education, encouragement and social engagement with other people ging through the same stage of parenting at the same time.
The Trevor Project: provides crisis support for LGBTQ youth in need.
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