San Diego Center for Children

Imagine If...


All children and families received mental health care services when needed.

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San Diego Center for Children

What We Do


Learn how the Center can provide help to your child or family through our programs and services.

Get Help for a Child

Get Help for a Child

Learn how you can refer a youth for services and begin the process to access care.

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You can help make the season bright for children and families! Learn more here.

Get Involved

Get Involved

Find out ways you can help the Center and bring joy to our children and families today.

A Trusted Resource in the Community

Serving over 1,000 children and families everyday struggling with mental, emotional and behavorial disorders.

Explore our Services

Outpatient Services

Outpatient

Full range of mental health services including: psychological assessment, individual, group and family therapy. Learn more >

Wraparound

Wraparound

Intensive in-home outpatient services providing therapeutic care and case management for youth and their families with significant mental health needs. Learn more >

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School-Based

Accredited non-public school providing special education and therapeutic services to students K-12 plus in-school mental health services throughout San Diego county. Learn more >

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Residential Treatment

Intensive therapeutic support and stabilization, for children and teens with significant mental, emotional and behavioral challenges. The only provider of residential care for youth 12 and under in the region. Learn more >

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Foster Youth

Intensive outpatient therapy and counseling services to children with serious mental health challenges within the foster care system. Learn more >

Transition Age Youth

Transition Age Youth

Successful Transitions© initiative is a comprehensive assessment of transition needs involving youth (ages 15+) and parent/caretaker, as well as development and implementation of an Individualized transition plan. Learn more >

Making an impact together

Over the past year, and with your support, we adapted our programs during the unprecedented COVID-19 public health crisis and also launched new programs to meet new, emerging needs.

Mother and Daughter

"It’s nice to know I’m not dealing with my daughter’s struggles alone anymore."

- Brenda S.

Contact us to learn how we can help your family

Si necesita ayuda para su hijo(a) o tiene preguntas, llámenos al (858) 277-9550.

  • Address

    Main Campus:
    3002 Armstrong Street
    San Diego, CA 92111

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