Family support & child welfare

Included under Hope Street’s umbrella of services is our Child Welfare and Behavioral Health programming. Through partnerships with LA County’s Departments of Children and Family Services and Mental Health, these services are intended to support some of the communities’ most vulnerable families, focusing on their mental health and well-being. Together, Hope Street’s Child Welfare and Behavioral Health programming serves nearly 400 clients annually. This programming is also nested within Hope Street’s comprehensive wraparound health care, mental health, child welfare, parenting, and social services that support the whole family from birth to adulthood.

Family Preservation

This program aims to protect children by strengthening and preserving families whose children are at risk of abuse, neglect, and exploitation by providing weekly home-based counseling and case management, care coordination, parenting classes, support groups, and multidisciplinary care.

Wraparound Services

This is a home-based permanency support program that works to meet the complex needs of children with mental health and behavioral concerns who are involved in the child welfare system by providing intensive weekly home-based therapeutic services and monthly child and family team meetings.

California Behavioral Health Clinic

The clinic aims to support the emotional and psychological well-being of children and their families so that they might overcome barriers and reach their full potential by providing individual, family, and group psychotherapy, psychiatric and case management services.

Home Visitation

Prenatal and early childhood nurse home visitation provides support, education, and resources for mothers that strengthens families and improves the health and wellness of children.