Almost 5,000 women, men and children receive over 40,000 hours of counseling services.
$22. More than 50% of our clients pay $16 or less.
Of our $1.6 million budget, roughly:
- 60% comes from client fees
- 15% from grants
- and 25% comes from individuals.
We have never accepted government funding and do not accept insurance.
- Watts Labor Community Action Committee (WLCAC)
- Karsh Family Social Service Center
- Westside Children’s Center
- Los Angeles Unified School District
- Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services
- Los Angeles County Probation Department
Our programs reduce gang and community violence and help adults, teens and children develop the attitudes, skills and strengths needed to choose nonviolent alternatives in response to rage, stress, and societal pressures.
- Individual, couple, group and family counseling services address the full range of mental health issues, including trauma, loss and grief, family conflict, parent/child problems, domestic violence, work difficulties, and disorders such as depression, anxiety and PTSD among many others.
- Groups: Teen Violence Prevention, Community Mindfulness and Compassion, Best Practice Parenting, Stress Navigation and Anger Management, Women in Transition, Personal & Relationship Support Group, Senior Support Group, The Abuse Prevention Program (TAPP) offering 8 groups for men and women.
- LAUSD Schools Served: 9 LAUSD schools: Fairfax High School, John Burroughs Middle School, Shenandoah Elementary School, Marvin Elementary School, Larchmont Charter School at LaFayette Park Place, Larchmont Charter School at Selma, Skirball Middle School, Hamilton High School and Saturn Elementary School.
- Psychiatric Services: Two on-site psychiatrists provide medication assessment, prescription and follow-up at fees consistent with our low counseling fees.
Visit our Get Help page to learn more about the variety of services we offer and how to get started as a client.
A wide variety of training programs for current counselors, alumni and the broader community of mental health professionals and those working at other agencies serving poor and disenfranchised populations.
Over 100 graduate-level, pre-licensed mental health associates and community counseling paraprofessionals are supervised by 90 volunteer clinical supervisors annually.
Visit our Training page to learn more about the benefits of training at SCCC.