Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services & Counseling

counseling for kids and mental health services

Children’s Bureau is geared toward helping young children and their families find ways to decrease potential outbursts and violence in the home and to meet their mental health needs. Children’s Bureau provides a wide range of counseling for kids and mental health services including a comprehensive assessment, child abuse therapy, family focused therapy, individual counseling, and group therapy. Intensive day treatment for young children, medication management, case management assistance, therapeutic behavioral health services, as well as assistance to the significant caretakers and support person(s) in the child’s life are all offered at our mental health counseling center. Our counseling for children is culturally sensitive with a substantial focus on the Latino community. Services are provided in the home, school, office or community. Children’s Bureau therapists utilize a family system approach that engages the caregiver as a partner in problem solving. All treatment is customized to meet the specific needs of the child and family.

Children’s Bureau Service Locations

Los Angeles
1910 Magnolia Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90007         T: 213.342.0100
3910 Oakwood Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90004        T: 323.953.7350

Baldwin Park
14600 Ramona Blvd., Baldwin Park, CA 91706        T: 626.337.8811

460 East Carson Plaza Drive, #103, Carson, CA 90746        T: 310.523.9500

921 West Avenue J, Suite C, Lancaster, CA 93534        T: 661.949.0131

1529 East Palmdale Blvd., #210 Palmdale, CA 93550        T: 661.272.9996

Long Beach
850 E. Wardlow Road, Long Beach, CA 90807        T: 562.981.9392

Child Abuse Prevention

The Children’s Bureau mental health team assists families in developing ways to end the cycle of abuse and neglect. We want parents are guardians to learn new skills to help them protect and nurture their child(ren). Child abuse prevention services and programs are designed to address potential violence and negligence. Behavior therapy and education are used to help families overcome the trauma of abuse.


Children’s Bureau counselors provide a strength-based, family-centered planning process for children and families. These services are intended to help families receive the support they need to maintain stability and prevent more restrictive levels of care and institutional involvement. The Child and Family Team drives the decision making process.