540 N. California Street | Stockton, CA 95202 | Phone: (209) 464.4524

Clinical Services

Child and Family Counseling

Therapeutic services for children, teens and families who have full scope medi-cal.

    Services include:

  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Parent/Child Interact Therapy (PCIT) UC Davis Certified

Contact:
Monique Barnes
Program Manager
(209) 644-5377
Mbarnes@nochildabuse.org

Mentoring and Peer Support

FREE Mentoring and supportive services provided to youth ages 16 to 25 utilizing the Transition to Independence (TIP) Model. Services include case management and goal setting related to – Education, Parenting Skills, Social Supports, Physical Health, Community Engagement, Employment, Financial Planning, Emotional Wellbeing and Housing.

Click here to view our calendar and submit a question.

Contact:
John Oliveira
Program Manager
(209) 851-3473
Joliveira@nochildabuse.org

School Based Programs

S.A.F.E. – Identifying barriers and factors putting Lodi Unified students at-risk of poor academic performance and/or suspensions and expulsions. The SAFE model provides clinical services on school campus and home-based case management services to address the core issues of students and families that support students in improving their academic performance and reducing behavioral interruptions at school.

Monique Barnes
Program Manager
(209) 644-5377
Mbarnes@nochildabuse.org

Project Prevent – Utilizes the Student and Family Empowerment model to provide services to children and youth in K-12th grades in Stockton Unified School District. The goal of the program is to mitigate the behavioral and mental health symptoms associated with trauma exposure for students so their academic performance can improve.

Monique Barnes
Program Manager
(209) 644-5377
Mbarnes@nochildabuse.org

Suicide Prevention

The Suicide Prevention Program works with youth in Lodi, Stockton, and Tracy Unified School districts to bring awareness of Suicide Prevention and offer early intervention services to those at risk. Evidence Based Practices for suicide prevention include the Yellow Ribbon campaign, SafeTALK, Break Free from Depression, and CAST – Coping And Support Training. Services will include training for staff and students to assist youth in crisis. Metnal Health Specialists are on various high school campuses within these districts and are trained to offer: depression screenings, support groups and referrals for medication and psychological consultations.

If you would like to host a Yellow Ribbon or SafeTALK training at your school/agency/company – please contact me! Thank you for your commitment in making everyone’s mental health a priority and supporting those in crisis.

Click here to learn more and download our brochure.

Contact:
John Oliveira
Program Manager
(209) 851-3473
Joliveira@nochildabuse.org

Youth Behavioral Plans

Provide services to at-risk children ages 0-5 years old and their families, resulting in improved behaviors, parenting techniques and decreased need for intervention. Services provided to all students enrolled in a CAPC classroom.

Contact:
John Oliveira
Program Manager
(209) 851-3473
Joliveira@nochildabuse.org

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