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Youth And Young Adults

Adolescent Habilitative Learning Program (AHLP)

Students

This program provides a combination of mental health and educational services to adolescent enrolled in junior high or high school whose emotional/behavioral disturbances prevent them from learning and functioning in a regular classroom. This program serves adolescents from the different school districts in the Imperial County. The following are the goals of the program which are accomplished by the participation of the adolescent in the group and the involvement of the family.

  • To treat and stabilize acute, brief emotional and behavioral disorders which may otherwise require inpatient care.
  • To alleviate serious behavioral excesses or deficits which interfere with personal, family, and social functioning.
  • To provide a structure and supportive environment that serves as transition between the school and outpatient services.
  • To provide comprehensive, multi-disciplinary assessment as a basis for creating psychosocial and behavioral treatment plans.

1295 State Street

El Centro, CA 92243

(442) 265-7260

HOPE Project

The HOPE project is designed to engage youth and young adults ages 13-25 who have experienced a psychiatric emergency by introducing a holistic approach of engagement that compliments mental health services by focusing on the individual as a whole (mind, body, soul) with the goal of reducing future crisis/psychiatric emergencies and to increase participation in outpatient mental health services. HOPE staff provide ongoing support, linkage and advocacy to aide in improving access to services, navigating re-engagement to services and provide support through wellness activities.

1295 State Street, Suite 104

El Centro, CA 92243

(442) 265-1983

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