|Family Outreach Programs Youth Outreach Programs|
|City Impact’s Counseling Center strives to provide quality mental health services to our community at large. Our purpose is to provide bilingual mental health services that are family friendly and easily accessible in our main office as well as at schools, homes, family resource centers and other community venues. While most services are offered at no cost to the client, we provide affordable fees for low-income clients who do not meet program criteria.
|“Ventura Unified School District continues to appreciate the collaborative partnership with City Impact. Our strengthened partnership ensures coordinated and comprehensive services and programs for the children we are honored to serve.”
Dr. Trudy T. Arriaga, Ventura Unified School District Superintendent
|Medi-Cal Mental Health Services
City Impact partners with Ventura County Behavioral Health to provide mental health services to children and youth, ages 1-18 years who are Medi-Cal eligible. Our comprehensive mental health services include assessment and treatment for children experiencing behavioral and emotional symptoms that may impact their functioning at home and in the community.
Private Pay Counseling Services
City Impact’s counseling program is based on the premise of offering the best quality mental health services at the lowest cost possible. We offer services to the community at large utilizing our main office and satellite offices around the county.
|Student Support Groups
City Impact collaborates with the Oxnard Union High School District to provide support groups on select campuses. Small groups focus on topics such as; anger management, positive problem solving, and conflict resolution for peers or family, and in either English or Spanish. Referrals to this program are made through school personnel.
Migrant Education Head Start Mental Health Services
This program serves families enrolled with the California Migrant Education Head Start preschool program with children experiencing emotional or behavioral difficulties and referred by school personnel. The clinician meets with the child and family to help address symptoms that impact the well being of the child at home and school.
|Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)
In partnership with Ventura County Behavioral Health’s Prevention and Early Intervention program (PEI), we offer a unique program that is offered at no cost to parents and primary caregivers with children 0-12 years of age at home seeking opportunities to improve their parenting skills and techniques. Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) helps parents or primary caregivers learn how to identify positive parenting strategies and help re-direct their child’s negative behavior. The services are offered in Ventura, Saticoy, Oxnard and Port Hueneme.