108 West Victoria Street

Gardena, CA 90248

(310) 715-2020

Mon - Fri 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Dedicated to the Community

Since our inception in 1967

The mission of Masada Homes is to provide quality mental health and social services to individuals and families so that they may achieve their goals and enhance the quality of their lives.

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Our Committment

To expand programming, become a greater part of the communities we serve and continue to partner and work with leaders in the mental health field.

Our Values

Our mission is further defined by the following core values that guide the organization and make it unique:

Strength-Based Approach
We believe that every client and every staff member has strengths. In meeting our service and organizational goals, we will identify and build on the strengths of our clients and our staff to better reach their potential.
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Communication
Identifying and building on the unique strengths of each individual requires an open system of communication in which input from clients and staff from all levels is welcomed and utilized in decision making. In return, clients and staff can expect timely and accurate information about changes and decisions affecting them.
Collaboration

We recognize that only through working together can we meet the goals established for ourselves as well as meet the needs of the population we serve. We will actively find ways to create teamwork and partnerships among our clients, other service providers, the community and ourselves.

Integrity
Masada Homes will honor its commitment to providing quality services and to uphold the standards set by the professional community, its contractual agreements and internally established goals and policies.
Respect

Masada Homes’ policies and programs will be designed and conducted with respect for the intrinsic value of each person, their individual differences and culture. We recognize that, by acting respectfully toward our fellow staff and clients, it will engender respect in the other.

Accountability
We acknowledge our responsibility in meeting the needs of our clients and maintaining standards of professionalism and quality. We will establish and strive to achieve measurable outcomes with which to hold ourselves accountable in meeting these goals.

Our Committment

To expand programming, become a greater part of the communities we serve and continue to partner and work with leaders in the mental health field.

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Our Programs

Caregiver Services

Masada also provides individual mental health services to parents and caregivers of youth receiving treatment in any of our provider program sites in Service Area 1, 6, 7, and 8. 

Children's Intensive Field Capable Clinical Services (IFCCS)

The Children’s IFCCS Program assists children with serious emotional disturbances and their families throughout LA county who are DCFS involved by utilizing a strength-based, needs-based, team-based, family centered approach.

Community Mental Health Programs

The focus of Masada’s Community Mental Health Programs is to help clients overcome symptoms and behaviors which cause functional impairment in their daily lives.

Full Service Partnerships (FSP)

Masada Homes’ Full Service Partnerships (FSP) programs provide comprehensive and intensive mental health services to clients in their homes and in the community

Multidisciplinary Assessment (MAT)

The MAT Program is a collaborative effort between the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), the Department of Mental Health (DMH), and community providers.

Occupational Therapy

OT services exist to serve clients in the development and maintenance of their ability to participate in activities that have been disrupted by trauma, illness, and delays in development. 

Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS)

TBS services are provided by trained mental health staff, under the supervision of a licensed professional, in the home, school or community.

Wraparound Program

Wraparound’s goal is to maintain emotionally and behaviorally challenged children with their family and communities in the most normative and least restrictive environment possible.