Q: How can I find treatment for my child’s mental health issues near me?
A: Casa Pacifica offers local programs designed for youth ages 9 through 17 years old and specifically addresses a spectrum of mental health issues including Anxiety Disorders, Trauma and PTSD, Illicit substance use, Self-Harm Behaviors, Co-occurring Disorders, and Depressive and Bi-Polar Disorders.
Q: How can I find help for my kid’s behavioral problems nearby?
A: Casa Pacifica’s nearby center offers a comprehensive and structured set of services that meet the varied and complex needs of children, youth and emerging adults in our care.
Q: How do I find a child behavior program near me?
A: Casa Pacifica is nearby and offers a range of programs and services designed to treat foster and at-risk youth who have suffered from trauma, exhibit complex emotional and behavioral issues, or whose family is in crisis. Our services are designed to teach skills, restore hope, and help youth and their families find joy in daily living.
Q: How do I find a child behavioral therapist near me?
A: Get in touch with Casa Pacifica and learn how we can meet the needs of children, adolescents, and young adults at the most challenging times of their lives, helping them overcome complex emotional challenges. Every day, we help children and teens with problems ranging from anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, conduct and mood disorders, family adjustment difficulties and so much more.
Q: What if I need a nearby center for residential treatment for my child or teen?
A: Casa Pacifica’s residential treatment center is nearby and our on-site multidisciplinary team are highly qualified and licensed professionals that are psychologists, psychiatrists, LVNs, recreational therapists, music therapists, and youth development specialists. Our Residential Treatment (START) program is designed for youth ages 9 through 17 years old and specifically addresses a wide range of mental health issues.
Q. How did Casa Pacifica get started?
A. In the mid-1980s, a group of Ventura County citizens became concerned about the lack of services for children removed from home by Child Protective Services. more…
Q. What is the Mission of Casa Pacifica?
A. Casa Pacifica provides hope and help for abused, neglected or at-risk children and their families. more…
Q. Is Casa Pacifica accredited?
A. One of Casa Pacifica’s strategic priorities is to achieve national accreditation in any service that has national accrediting standards. more…
Q. Who is on the board of directors?
A. Casa Pacifica’s volunteer Board of Directors is dedicated to providing the highest quality programs and care. more…
Q. What services does Casa Pacifica provide?
A. Casa provides shelter, medical, clinical, educational and community based services. more…
Q. How can I help?
A. Casa Pacifica needs your support. Casa has many ways you can help such as: Make a Donation, Corporate Sponsorship, Wishlist. more…
Q. Are there any Casa Pacifica events coming up?
A. See our event Calendar. more…
Q. How do I get tickets to a Casa Pacifica event?
Q. Are there any job openings at Casa Pacifica?
A. See our careers page. more…
Q. How can I find out about Casa Pacifica’s training programs?
A. Training offered for the professional click here. For information about clinical Training and Supervision click here.
Q. Does Casa Pacifica offer an Intern Program?
A. Yes. Doctoral students in psychology with a minimum of one year (more preferred) of relevant, supervised clinical experience. Prior experience in working with severely emotionally disturbed children and adolescents is desirable. Knowledge of Cognitive Behavioral interventions is helpful. more…
Q. Does Casa Pacifica have a newsletter?
A. Yes. Heartlines Newsletter is available for download. more…
Q. Has Casa Pacifica been successful?
A. Yes. Read some of the stories of Casa children. more…
Q. Where do I find Casa Pacifica’s contact information?
A. Casa Pacifica is located at 1722 South Lewis Road Camarillo, CA. 93012 Phone 805-445-7800 Fax 805-987-7237 more…
Q. What are Casa Pacifica’s locations?
A. Headquarters - Campus, 1722 South Lewis Road, Camarillo, CA 93012
Ventura County Community Services, 751 E Daily Dr, Suite 310, Camarillo, CA 93010
Santa Barbara County Community Services:
(1) 115 S. La Cumbre Lane Santa Barbara
(2) 2615 S. Miller St., Santa Maria, CA 93455