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Tarzana Treatment Centers (TTC) offers a full continuum of mental health treatment services. From a recovery perspective, mental health (MH) treatment services at TTC are tailored to meet each patient’s specific needs. In mental health treatment, the clinical staff at TTC believes in an integrated, whole person-centered care approach. Such an approach results in mental health services designed to meet the needs of individuals with mild to severe mental health challenges.
Moreover, we bring a patient’s family into the healing process. Indeed, mental health treatment is hard for any family. In addition, mental health treatment is not always the primary reason the person is seeking treatment. In other cases, however, these MH services may be integrated into the treatment of substance use disorders, medical care, or specialty HIV care.
TTC staff are trained experts in providing mental health treatment services to address the following conditions:
In addition, we offer services to treat more mild mental health problems related to stressful life events (e.g., divorce), work and school problems, anger, relationship issues, and family problems, which cause various symptoms, including sleep difficulties and fatigue.
The San Fernando Community Health Center as a whole also offers dental, behavioral health, and other medical services. We help patients whether they can pay or not through various assistance programs or other methods of financial assistance.
SFCHC’s LaVida Care offers oral & Injectable PrEP, PEP, STI/STD testing, in-clinic STD treatment, referrals to HIV treatment, tele-health services.
CARE-LA, a holistic care private practice, is holding a weekly LGBTQIA+ Group for teens (14-17) that provides an affirming space for you to explore various parts of your identity while supporting others through this exciting (and, at times, difficult) process of self-discovery. Contact CARE LA for more information Phone: (424) 421-2273 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PrEP N’ Shine - The UCLA Center for LGBTQ+ Advocacy, Research & Health (C-LARAH) and Brown University are seeking research participants to test a program aimed at helping trans feminine people (individuals assigned a male sex at birth who identify as women, trans women, or another gender identity along the non-binary to female gender spectrum) in taking a daily medication to prevent HIV infection, otherwise known as pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP. Participation in the study lasts approximately 8 months and participants can receive up to $220. All conversations are CONFIDENTIAL. Your participation is completely voluntary and the services you receive will not be affected if you choose not to participate in the research. Call or text (424) 256-3999, email email@example.com, or take a brief survey here [https://brown.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_40cJOpEmdzzstPU] to see if you qualify!
PrEPare for Work - The UCLA Center for LGBTQ+ Advocacy, Research & Health (C-LARAH) and Brown University are seeking research participants to test a program for HIV-negative men who exchange sex for money, goods, drugs, or other items of value with other men and are interested in taking PrEP. PrEPare for Work is a program that supports people with getting on PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis), a medication that is taken daily, or injected by a physician every 2 months, to prevent HIV infection. The PrEPare for Work program also aims to support people with staying on PrEP once they start taking it. Participation in the study will last up to 14 months and all eligible participants can receive up to $475. All conversations are CONFIDENTIAL. Your participation is completely voluntary and the services you receive will not be affected if you choose not to participate in the research. Call or text (424) 256-3999, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or take a brief survey here [https://redcap.lifespan.org/redcap/surveys/?s=7FEMCPM4LL7LXWNN] to see if you qualify!
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Fly With Pride Program
This is a program available for free for youth, ages 14-18, who identify as LGBTQ+, LGBTQ allies interested in making new friends, discussing life issues and ideas that matter to them, learning the power of community, advocacy, and organizing, and creating change together.
Our meetings will last three hours maximum and this is only once a month.
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