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EPSDT (Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment)

Medi-Cal Eligible? - No cost for services

Does your child need support with:
Abuse ADHD Anger
Domestic Violence Depression Family Issues
Defiance Foster Home Placement School Behavioral Problems
Social Skills Building
Our goal is to reduce the negative impact of abuse and neglect. Demonstrated healing leads to personal growth.

CHAT (Child Abuse Treament Program)

With funding awarded by the Federal Victims of Crime Act, Grant AT13101111, through the California Governorís Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), CFI is able to offer psychotherapy services to children and youth victims of crimes. CFI is able to serve children and youth victims who do not have access to such services due to a lack of resources, a lack of insurance or Medi-Cal ineligibility.

What types of victimization are treated?

Physical Abuse Sexual Abuse
Emotional Abuse Neglect
Parental Substance Abuse Child Abduction
Bullying at school Domestic Violence

Psychiatric Department

Dr. F. Shirin Ghaheri, is a child psychiatrist who collaborates with the child and his/her support system (e.g. caregivers, teachers, therapists and social worker, and doctor) to provide optimal psychiatric care through a variety of services including:

  Psychiatric assessment and diagnoses
  Medication management
  Assessment of physical conditions
  Coordination of care with Primary Care Providers (PCPs)

Family Center

It is our goal to promote healthier and positive individuals functioning through our professional counseling services. In addition to these services, we have our Family Center located at our Performance Drive site (Monday-Thursday from 2:00pm to 6:00pm) which is available to children between the ages of 2 to 17 years old. The purpose of the center is for children to have positive interactions while engaging in age-appropriate activities including arts, crafts and dramatic play. It is staffed by specially trained volunteers who serve as mentors to the children, helping them understand socially appropriate behavior, providing positive reinforcement, and engaging the children in fun and educational activities.