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How We Help

Our Clients Always Come First

We’re committed to ensuring children, youth, families, and adults receive the full range of services they need to improve their lives.

We provide trauma-informed, culturally affirming services.

Our clinical team has expertise in supporting vulnerable populations, such as children in foster care, youth on probation, and families affected by immigration, homelessness, substance use, domestic violence, and poverty-related issues.

We treat the whole person and the whole family.

Our team approach is designed to deliver a continuum of innovative, holistic services to children, youth, and adults. Parents and caregivers are invited to engage in supportive roles when children and adolescents receive services.

We eliminate barriers by delivering services where it is most convenient for our clients.

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Clinic-Based Services

Masada’s seven community clinics provide services for the entire family, including:

  • Assessment, treatment
    planning, and case management
  • Individual, group, and
    family therapy
  • Medication support
  • Caregiver support
  • Social skill development
    and recreation therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Substance use education
    and treatment

Community-Based Services

We often find it most effective to meet clients at their homes, schools, or nearby community locations, where we deliver a comprehensive range of evidence-based services. The intensity of services is tailored to each individual’s specific needs.

Intensive services

Intensive services are for individuals with the highest needs. Our Masada team provides comprehensive support, including psychiatric assessment, medication services, 24/7 crisis response, housing assistance, substance use treatment, self-help and peer support services, and coordination with other providers.

School-based services

School-based services are seamlessly integrated into the child’s educational program, offering a variety of therapeutic, case management, and skill development options.

County-coordinated services

County-coordinated services, conducted in collaboration with county departments, may involve intensive, multidisciplinary assessments for children requiring out-of-home placement.

Supplemental services

Supplemental services include one-to-one behavioral coaching, referrals and services to address child and family functioning, and care management with other treatment professionals to improve outcomes.

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We’re here to help.

Click here to find Masada services in your area, or call us Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm at (310) 715-2020.
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