Aegis Treatment Centers

1450 N. Lake Ave. #105 Pasadena, Ca 91104

626-794-1161; Fax: 626-794-6071

Substance Abuse Treatment. (OTP) replacement therapy with methadone or buprenorphine along with counseling services.

Medication assisted treatment. Counseling sessions, group meetings, medical consultations

Patient must be on opiate to be admitted into treatment

English, Spanish, and Armenian

21+

AltaMed PACE Covina

535 S 2nd Ave, Covina, CA 91723


Tel: (626) 404-1480
Fax: (626) 214-1476

� Primary Medical and Specialty Care
� Physical Therapy
� Occupational Therapy
� Speech Therapy
� Prescription Drug Coverage
� Hospital and Doctor Visits
� Dental
� No cost transportation
� Vision
� Social Activities and Nutritious Meals
� Adult Day Health care Services
� Home Care Services

Our Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is a health plan designed for seniors with delicate health care needs. PACE provides participants with complete medical, social, nutritional, rehabilitative and transportation services, making it possible for seniors to live with dignity and pride in their own homes while receiving the care they need.

� Are 55 years or older
� Live in the PACE service area
� Need assistance with daily living
� Require a level of care equal to nursing home services
� Can live safely in the community with the help of PACE services

English, Spanish, Tagalog, Mandarin, Chinese, Cantonese

55 years or older and has chronic medical conditions

Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

1100 S. Valley Center Ave., San Dimas, CA 91773

Phone: 909-447-7799 X 500

� Health services
� Homeless Prevention: Rent/deposit or other types of financial assistance (a home visits by Tzu Chi volunteers is REQUIRED)
� Food assistance
� Clothing assistance
� Spiritual support

The health services will be mainly provided by our mobile dental, vision, and cancer screening clinics at medical outreach events in various communities. Please contact cdd@tzuchi.us for outreach schedules and assistance requests. Tzu Chi also has two permanent health clinics in Alhambra, South El Monte, and Wilmington. The permanent clinics provide low-cost medical, dental, and alternative medical services regardless of insurance status.

Tzu Chi requires income verification for financial assistance, therefore a home visit by Tzu Chi volunteers is REQUIRED prior to providing financial assistance.

Mandarin, Taiwanese, English

Service all age group

ChapCare

3703 Peck Rd.
El Monte CA 91731

(626) 486-9639

Primary Care, Dental, Vision, Pediatrics, Health Insurance Enrollment assistance, Behavioral Health & Psycfhiatry (2x a month)

Primary Care medical

Medi-Cal (straight medi-cal and managed care), Covered California plans, most private insurance, My Health LA, and the uninsured regardless of their ability to pay.

English and Spanish

We service people of all ages: infants, children, young adults, adults, seniors

DMH/DHS Collaborative Program at El Monte Comprehensive Center

10953 Ramona Blvd. El Monte, Ca 91731

(626) 434-2701

Mental Health Service

We serve clients ages 18 and older. We provide assessment, linkage, case management, Crisis management, and brief treatment using the Mental Health Integration Program (MHIP) evidence based practice. We work collaboratively with the Primary Care Provider and with our Consulting Psychiatrist to coordinate care.

Program ONLY takes referrals by Primary Care providers working the co-located sites.

The clients served by the Program are considered to be Tier II clients, namely they will have an included mental health diagnosis such as a depressive disorder or anxiety disorder; will have a significant functional impairment; and would benefit from a time limited evidence based intervention.

The following individuals are ineligible to receive services from our Program:
� Current recipients of Department of Mental Health (DMH) services
� Individuals on parole, including those on non-revocable parole
� Individuals who require mental health services beyond what can be provided in a
health care setting
� Individuals who are Medicare Managed Care Plan beneficiaries
� In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) workers

English

18+

East San Gabriel Valley Coalition for the Homeless (ESGVCH)

1345 Turnbull Canyon Rd. Hacienda Heights, CA 91745

Phone: (626) 333-7204
Fax: (626) 333-7260


Homeless Services Provider


The ESGVCH operates three programs: Program #1 is the Emergency Assistance Center (EAC) and the Bridge Program (a program within the EAC). The EAC is open every day, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm year-round, and is in an office space at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Hacienda Heights. The EAC provides front-line aid to the homeless including: meals, showers, bus tokens, and referral services for community resources. A designated number of motel vouchers are available each month for families with children. Moreover, the EAC is currently running the Bridge Program where EAC staff place 1-2 families at a time in a motel, pay 100% of the motel fees, and provides case management, money savings guidance, and other services. The goal of the program is for the families to save money for their own permanent housing upon exiting the Bridge Program. Program #2 is the Winter Shelter Program where night-time shelter is provided for individuals with nowhere to go. The program operates in partnership with 6 area churches who open their facilities for shelter. Program #3 is the Encore Program where community-based treatment is provided for addictions recovery.

When referring a family to the Emergency Assistance Center (EAC) for a motel voucher, service provider must call the EAC office first at (626) 333-7204. Please do not send the client without first speaking with office staff as funds are very limited.

English & Spanish

All ages

Foothill Family

11429 Valley Blvd El Monte, CA 91731

(626) 993-3000 Option 4 for the Intake Department

Foothill Family provides Mental Health services, Early Childhood Development services, Youth and Family management services and School based services for the El Monte community and its surrounding cities.

Mental Health Services
Outpatient mental health services for children and families experiencing mental illness and that are in need of psychotherapy and supportive services delivered by trained mental health professionals. Individual, family and couples counseling available. Services available for recipients of children�s Medi-Cal (0-22 yrs.), Tricare, Molina and self-pay. Please see below for additional information.
Early Childhood Development Services
Early Head Start- Comprehensive early child development services offered in home and center based/child care provider settings for pregnant mothers and children 0-3. No fee; must meet eligibility guidelines.
First Connections � Developmental screening for children 0-5 to identify developmental delays. Provides linkage and referrals to resources such as at the Regional Center. Parent education and parent workshops available. No fee.
Early Esteem - Early intervention and mental health services for children ages 0-5 and their families. Accepts Medi-Cal and self-pay services available on sliding scale.
Youth and Family Services
CalWORKs Domestic Violence Case Management - Assists families impacted by domestic violence through case management. No fee; must meet eligibility criteria.
Teen Family Service - Case management designed to promote the health and well-being of pregnant and parenting adolescents and their infants. No fee; must meet eligibility criteria.
Relative Support Services - Services and support to relative caregivers and their children to enhance the family unit promoting permanency, safety, and reduced reliance on detentions. No fee; must meet eligibility criteria.
School Based Services
School-based mental health services, workshops and presentations available at local schools in the El Monte area.

Please contact Intake Department for program specific eligibility guidelines.

English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese

All ages

Heritage Clinic

447 N. El Molino Ave. Pasadena, Ca 91101

626-577-8480 Fax: 626-577-8978

Mental Health Services

In-home & in-clinic mental health services (psychotherapy, counseling, individual rehabilitation services).
In-home & in clinic targeted case management
In clinic psychiatric medication and follow up

Age 55 and over for Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI), i.e., milder mental illness
Age 60 and over for Full Partnerships, i.e., more severe mental illnesses

English, Spanish, Armenian, and Hmong

Older adults (55+ for PEI; 60+ for FSP)

LA County DMH- Homeless Services Team

1359 N. Grand Ave. Covina CA 91344

(626) 430-2908/ (626) 331-0118

Triage, assessment, case management and Linkage to Mental Health Services

Coordinate among local service providers to ensure successful linkage of referred client to needed services, brief crisis intervention, collaboration with police and fire departments, hospitals and others who frequently interact with this population

Provide any referral eligibility and exclusion criteria for the services in your agency that other providers in the Health Neighborhood should be made aware of:

English, Spanish

Homeless Adults and Families, Homeless older adults, veterans

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services- Whole Person Care Program

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
313 N Figueroa Street, Suite 904B , Los Angeles CA 90012

Mayra Ramirez, Associate Director- Regional Collaboration
Phone: 213-587-0644
Email: Mramirezece98@dhs.lacounty.gov

Please list all services that the agency is willing to make available for the Health Neighborhood and the age groups served. (Primary Care, Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder, etc.)

6 main focuses:
Homelessness, Mental Health, Perinatal care, Substance Use Disorder, ICMS- Re- entry, Transitions of Care

Whole Person Care Program Focus:
� Creating an integrated delivery system
� Care coordination during high-risk times
� Addressing social and behavioral health needs
� Creating jobs for individuals with shared lived experience

Provide any referral eligibility and exclusion criteria for the services in your agency that other providers in the Health Neighborhood should be made aware of:

-Must be a medical recipient, some exceptions for folks with immigration status

� Substance Use
� Requirements: Currently Using or History of using and wants to seek treatment
� WPC Referral Line 844-804-5200
� Re-Entry (Recently released from incarceration)
� Exited jail within the last 6 months
� WPC Referral Line 844-804-5200
� Mental Health
� Intensive Service Recipients
� SPA 3: 844-593-2364
� Residential and Bridging Care
� 213-738-4775
� Homelessness
� Homeless Care Support Services & Tenancy Support Services
� CES Provider: Union Station Homeless Services
� CES Director:
� Ryan Izell: rizell@unionstationhs.org
� Outreach coordinator: Maria Lopez
� Sobering Center
� Exodus: 213-395-7700
� Benefits Advocacy Program
� SPA 3: 626-593-2364
� Perinatal High Risk
� Referral Line 844-37-MAMAS
� Referral Email: mamas@dhs.lacounty.gov

Spanish, English, Cantonese, Chinese etc. (most common languages)

Expecting mothers, youth, adults

Alma Family Services

4024 Durfee Ave., Wing D. El Monte, Ca 91732

626-279-2530 Fax: 626-582-8150

Mental Health

Alma Services will provide the full spectrum of services which are available to other community member�s to Health Neighborhood referred individuals contingent on capacity to see clients. Such services may include individual, group and/or family psychotherapy, substance abuse counseling, case management, crisis intervention, and medication support.

**in order for clients to receive substance abuse counseling, the client must be receiving individual therapy.
**Psychiatric Services are available on a case by case basis.
Alma Services will provide the full spectrum of services which are available to other community member�s to Health Neighborhood referred individuals contingent on capacity to see clients. Such services may include individual, group and/or family psychotherapy, substance abuse counseling, case management, crisis intervention, and medication support.

**in order for clients to receive substance abuse counseling, the client must be receiving individual therapy.
**Psychiatric Services are available on a case by case basis.

Referral Guidelines: Referral must include individuals� social security number (if applicable), date of birth, Proof of Address, Medi-Cal number (if applicable), Photo ID and (if applicable).

Although Alma Family Services may be able to utilize indigent funding, a financial screening will be conducted, the results of which may result in a cost to the client for services. A phone call to the referral contact is needed before a referral is to be sent. Providers should always communicate with Alma Family Services� Referral Coordinator, Misty Aronoff, prior to sending the referral to ensure that the agency has the capacity to accept these referrals. Once there ferral has been verbally accepted, it can be faxed to (323) 526-4096.

Exclusion: Private insurance and straight Medicare
Referral Guidelines: Referral must include individuals� social security number (if applicable), date of birth, Proof of Address, Medi-Cal number (if applicable), Photo ID and (if applicable).

Although Alma Family Services may be able to utilize indigent funding, a financial screening will be conducted, the results of which may result in a cost to the client for services. A phone call to the referral contact is needed before a referral is to be sent. Providers should always communicate with Alma Family Services� Referral Coordinator, Misty Aronoff, prior to sending the referral to ensure that the agency has the capacity to accept these referrals. Once there ferral has been verbally accepted, it can be faxed to (323) 526-4096.

Exclusion: Private insurance and straight Medicare

English, Spanish
Intellectual Disabilities with Autism
English, Spanish
Intellectual Disabilities with Autism
English, Spanish
Intellectual Disabilities with Autism

Bureau of Victim Services, Los Angeles District Attorney�s Office
El Monte Area

11234 Valley Blvd., #110, El Monte, CA 91731

626) 575-5565

Advocacy for victims of violent crime, emergency needs, counseling resources and referrals, restitution orders, return of personal property, orientation to the criminal justice system, court escort and support, information on the status of filed cases.

Crisis intervention and court accompaniment. Assist with filing application for Victim Compensation to cover medical expenses, mental health counseling, relocation, funeral and burial costs, crime scene clean up, loss of wages or support, job retraining and rehabilitation, and home security installation.

Applications must be filed within three years of the crime (certain exceptions for minor victims). Victims must not have participated in the crime and must cooperate with law enforcement and prosecution. Victims on felony probation and parole will not be compensated for losses until they are off their felony probation or parole status.

English/Spanish

All

California Mental Health Connection


14305 E Morgan St. Baldwin Park, CA 91706

Assessment, treatment and prevention of violence. Individual, couple, family and group treatment. There are parenting, DV, teens and 12 step recovery groups

Individual, couple, family and group treatment and 12 step recovery groups

Spanish, Armenian, Arabic

Children, teens, young adults and adults.

Cleaver Family Wellness Clinic- Ignacio de Artola M.D.

4368 Santa Anita Ave. El Monte, Ca 91731

626-579-2190 ext 100 Fax: 626-579-2397

Primary Care

Family practice, family planning, child vaccines

Provide any referral eligibility and exclusion criteria for the services in your agency that other providers in the Health Neighborhood should be made aware of:

English and Spanish

0-100

EAST VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

Headquarters: 420 South Glendora Avenue, West Covina, CA 91790

Phone: (626) 919-4333
Fax: (626) 919-2084

Medical
� General Medicine
� Women�s Health
� Prenatal Care
� Family Planning
� Pediatrics
� HIV/AIDS Services
� PrEP Services
� Chronic Conditions Treatment (diabetes, asthma, hypertension)
Behavioral
� Assessments and Diagnosis
� Children�s Therapy
� Adult Therapy
� Couple�s Therapy
� Family Therapy
� Anxiety and Depression Support Groups
� Medication Assisted Treatment for opioids
Enabling services
� Transportation
� Case Management
� HIV/AIDS Case Management
� Pharmacy (for patients only)
Education
� Diabetes Management
� Nutrition
� Chronic Condition Management
� Pregnancy Support
� HIV Counseling and Testing
Dental
� Child Dentistry
� Adult Dentistry
� Annual Exams
� Teeth Cleanings
� Tooth Fillings
� Tooth Extractions
� Denture Services
Insurance enrollment
� Enrollment Services for insurance coverage: Medi-Cal, Medicare and Covered California.
� Enrollment assistance for My Health L.A. (MHLA)
Vision/Eye Care
� Comprehensive eye examinations
� Refractions
� Contact lens fittings and evaluations
� Glaucoma evaluations and treatment
� Dry eye disease evaluations and treatment

Founded in 1970, East Valley Community Health Center has evolved from a free clinic into a comprehensive Federally Qualified Health Center for providing health care services for people of all ages. Out of its six health centers East Valley provides comprehensive primary care, dental, mental health and vision services to residents of the East San Gabriel and Pomona valleys. The majority of our patients are the working poor with many facing significant health challenges including diabetes, hypertension and asthma.
East Valley accepts Medi-Cal, Medicare, and Covered California insurances. Services for uninsured individuals and families are provided on sliding fee scale based on income and family size. East Valley is a My Health L.A. (MHLA), which offers free medical and dental services for qualifying uninsured individuals.
Most importantly, for persons not covered by any health insurance plan, our certified enrollment counselors will offer assistance in applying to Medi-Cal, Medicare and Covered California.

All

All age groups.

ENKI Health & Research Systems,Inc.

3208 Rosemead Blvd., suite 100. El Monte, Ca 91732

626-227-7001 Fax: 626-227-7004

Mental Health

Our agency provides mental health services that include: assessment, individual therapy, groups, medication services, case management, and rehab services.

We service ages 0-21, but have made some exceptions to see adults if clinically appropriate. For children we have regular outpatient services and provide some field based services in the home and at school if clinically appropriate. Individual services include therapy with the child, collateral with the parents or caregivers, family therapy and individual sessions with parent or caregiver if clinically appropriate. We have evidence practices that include Trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy: TF
CBT, Seeking Safety, Positive Parenting program: Triple P, and MAP.

We have a 0-5 program that focusses on enhancing the attachment of parent/caregiver and child.

All clients must meet criteria for severely mentally ill and have impairments in daily functioning, education, social support, and employment.

English, Spanish, Mandarin, Tagalog, Korean

0-21

Hathaway-Sycamore Child & Family Services

1411 N. Grand Ave., Suite 100 Covina, Ca 91724

(626) 388-9050

Mental Health Services

Wrap Around (ages 0-18)
FSP Child (ages 0-15)
FSP TAY (ages 16-26)
MAT (ages 0-18)
TBS (ages 0-21)
Medication Support (ages 0-26)
TY Transition Housing (ages 18-24)
FCCS TAY (ages 16-26)
PEI (ages 0-26)
LPS evaluation and applications (0-26)

Most of our services are funded by MediCal, though we have limited funding for indigent, uninsured.

Age ranges are 0-15 for Children and 16-26 for TAY

No adult funding with the exception of Assisted Outpatient (AOT), which referrals come directly from DMH.

We provide services in English and Spanish in addition to the use of translation services for a range of other languages.

0-26

Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health- Arcadia Mental Health Center

330 E. Live Oak Ave. Arcadia, Ca 91006

626-821-5858 Fax: 626-821-0858

Mental Health

� Clinical Assessment
� Short �term Psychotherapy for Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI)
� Case Management and linkage to community resources
� Medication Support
� Supportive Counseling
� Crisis Evaluation
� Field Capable Clinical Services (FCCS) for Adults and Older Adults

� Adults 18-79
� Adults experiencing a recent life crisis or recent onset of symptoms (for PEI)
� Adults or older adults who are experiencing psychiatric symptoms and meet criteria for Specialty Mental Health Services
� Adults recently discharged from a psychiatric hospital
� Adults or older adults with a co-morbid medical condition who may have a difficulty consistently receiving service sin a clinic environment (FCCS)
Excluded:
� Individuals currently on parole
� Individuals with private insurance HMO
� AB 109 clients should be referred to the HUB

English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Russian. Other languages with arranged interpreter

18-79

Department of Public Health, County of Los Angeles

Monrovia Public Health Center
330 W. Maple Ave
Monrovia, CA 91016

(626) 256-1600

Free and low-cost health services

� Immunizations
� Triage
� Tuberculosis (TB) Screening and Treatment

Uninsured clients

Language(s): Available through in-person or telephonic interpreter services
For additional insurance information call clinic

All

Maryvale Family Resource Center

2502 E. Huntington Drive Duarte, CA 91010

Phone: 626-263-9133 Fax: 626-359-7690

Outpatient Mental Health Services

Children and Teen Mental Health Services
Prevention and Early Intervention Services- ages 0-20
Recovery, Resilience, Re-Integration Services- ages 0-25
Individual Therapy
Family Therapy
Group Therapy
Case Management
Parent Education and Support
(Monthly Parent Support Meeting, 2nd Friday of the month, 9:30 to 11:30)
Evidence-Based Practices: MAP, PCIT, TF-CBT, CPP
School-Based Observation and Counseling
Psychiatric Consultation and Medication Management
Wraparound Services- must be involved with DCFS or Probation, ages 5-21

Specialized Services for Birth to 5:
-CPP
-PCIT

Services provided in the home, office, school, or other appropriate community location.

We service ages 0-25 but have made some exceptions to see adults if clinically appropriate.

Most of our services are funded by Medi-Cal, though we have limited funding for indigent, uninsured for those who meet Prevention and Early Intervention criteria.

English, Spanish

0-25
Adults who meet PEI criteria on case by case