Is Your Child Displaying Behavioral or Emotional Distress?

Children’s Bureau can help.

 COVID-19 UPDATE: Mental health services are now being delivered to children and their parents via phone and/or video conferencing (telemental health). We’re also making it easy for families to review and sign paperwork electronically.  As always, our services are delivered with care and privacy.

Children’s Bureau is here to help young children and youth (ages 0 to 21) and their families find ways to decrease potential outbursts and violence in the home and to meet their mental health treatment needs with the care of a mental health professional. Children’s Bureau provides a wide range of counseling for kids and mental health services for children including a comprehensive assessment of your child’s behavior, 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.

Our Approach

Child Mental Health Services & Counseling
  • Customizing Treatment

    Children’s Bureau youth therapists utilize a family system approach for the health and well being of the child that engages the caregiver as a partner in problem-solving. All treatment is customized to meet the specific needs of the child and family.

    With the help of treatment programs such as behavioral therapy, child mental health services can help young adults and children with mental health needs persevere through the extremely emotional time of childhood and adolescence. We customize the care & treatment plan for your child by providing a variety of services to suit their mental health needs, child ranging from early intervention to in-home services.

Get Help


We’re here for you…just in a different way. While our offices are closed, mental health services are being delivered through telehealth. For more information or to sign up call 1.800.520.2445, email or complete this form.

Los Angeles
Magnolia Place Family Center
1910 Magnolia Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90007

T: 213.342.0100

Oakwood Family Center
3910 Oakwood Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90004

T: 323.953.7350

San Gabriel
Children’s Bureau West Covina
1515 West Cameron Avenue, Suite 350
West Covina, CA 91790

T: 626.337.8811

Carson Family Center
460 East Carson Plaza Drive, #102
Carson, CA 90746

T: 310.523.9500


Children’s Bureau Sunrise Center
921 West Avenue J, Suite C
Lancaster, CA 93534

T: 661.949.0131

Children’s Bureau Palmdale
1529 East Palmdale Blvd., #210
Palmdale, CA 93550

T: 661.272.9996

Long Beach
Children’s Bureau Long Beach
850 E. Wardlow Road
Long Beach, CA 90807

T: 562.981.9392

Santa Clarita Valley
Santa Clarita Family Center
27200 Tourney Road, Suite 175
Valencia, CA 91355

T: 661.705.4670

Are You a Service Provider?

Child Mental Health Services & Counseling
  • Children’s Bureau partners with a variety of service providers. To learn more about what we offer, call one of our sites listed above or click the Learn More link below. We look forward to hearing from you.
    *Children’s Bureau (not a government agency) is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
    FEIN# 95-1690975

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"Children’s Bureau inspires us and we are grateful for the progress that our son, Nathan, has made in preschool. Children’s Bureau is teaching him empathy, humility, gratitude, optimism and patience — family values that are important to us."

Jose and Yerica

Magnolia Place Parents

"My son was experiencing sad, fearful behavior due to violence in my previous marriage. Thanks to Children’s Bureau’s family support specialist, he has participated in counseling and is doing better. I received help in many ways and now feel empowered and more confident in how to protect all of my children.”


Family Oasis Resource Center

"I have learned so much from Children’s Bureau. I am grateful to tell others about how this organization can help parents and their children.



National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Help is available. Call 1-800-273- TALK (8255) to speak with a counselor today.