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Campus Based Services

Casa Pacifica provides a full array of child and adolescent services on its 25-acre campus.

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    Casa Pacifica meets the needs of children, adolescents, and young adults at the most challenging times of their lives, helping them overcome complex emotional challenges, such as:

    • Abuse and Neglect
    • Co-occurring Disorders
    • Bi-polar Disorder
    • Trauma
    • Oppositional-Defiant Disorders
    • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Family Adjustment Difficulties
    • Anxiety Disorders
    • Depressive Disorders
    • Self-injurious Behaviors
    • Suicidality
    • Conduct Disorders
    • Mood Disorders
    • Adoption and Attachment Issues

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    1 in 5 children suffer from mental health issues

    Short Term Residential Therapeutic Programs (STRTP)

    Casa Pacifica’s 53-bed STRTP supports youth aged 9 to19 who are referred by county and/or state funded programs. The focus of services is on improving the mental health symptoms that interfere with the child’s functioning as well as developing social, emotional, and self-regulatory skills that will increase safe behavior, emotional stability, and enhance resilience. The youth’s sense of hope and permanency are critical clinical elements to support well-being.

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    Camino a Casa

    Camino a Casa

    Casa Pacifica’s Camino a Casa program is designed for youth ages 9 to 17, referred and covered by private insurance or cash paying programs, and specifically addresses a wide range of mental health issues, in both inpatient and outpatient programs. The Camino a Casa program is staffed with a highly qualified and licensed multidisciplinary team of professionals including psychologists, psychiatrists, LVNs, recreational therapists, music therapists, and youth development specialists.

    • Residential
    • Day Treatment
      • Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
      • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

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    Non-public School

    Non-Public School

    Casa Pacifica’s Non-Public School (NPS) is a WASC accredited, diploma-granting institution serving students in grades 1–12. Our educational program is designed to meet the specific academic needs of each student. The standards-based comprehensive curriculum enables students to benefit from a wide variety of learning experiences to build classroom skills and promote social growth.

    Student Population:

    • Residents of the Residential Treatment or Assessment, Stabilization and Permanency Centers with Non-Public School designation.
    • Day Students from the Community.

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    Transitional Youth Services (TYS)

    TYS assists teenage foster youth (14–17 years) with emancipation from the child welfare system. Additionally, TYS supports emancipated youth (18–25) in becoming self-sufficient, independent citizens of our communities. With the generous support of a number of donors and private foundations Casa Pacifica has taken aggressive steps to support this vulnerable population through programs that strengthen educational opportunities, employment, housing options, health care, and personal and community relationships. TYS helps young adults enter and remain in college, seek and secure employment, find stable housing, and contribute positively to their communities.

    • Transition Aged Youth – Non-minor Dependents (TAY-NMD)
    • Transition Aged Youth (TAY)

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