Youth & Family Behavioral Health
FSA provides a wide array of mental health counseling services for children, youth, adults and families. These services result in positive, long-term improvements for overall quality of life, decreasing the likelihood of high-risk behaviors, and for students, improving academic success.
Many of our counseling professionals specialize in early childhood issues including anxiety, depression, and other behavior problems.
FSA’s Play Therapy program is a counseling program where children, ages 5 and above, and their parents or guardians meet together with FSA counselors as they utilize various play therapy techniques.
For families facing difficult issues like substance abuse or neglect, our Intensive In-Home Therapy team is specially trained in non-traditional counseling practices. Our goal is to prevent out of home placement such as juvenile hall and foster care.
Redirecting young people away from the juvenile justice system is the focus of our Youth Probation Counseling program, which provides a combination of counseling, guidance and support to youth on probation.
For information on any of these programs, please contact the following offices:
123 W. Gutierrez St.
110 South C St., Ste. A