As a leading provider of children’s mental health services in California with a focus on Southern and Central California, we’ve been working with at-risk kids in the Thousand Oaks area for over 30 years. Since 1994, Camino a Casa has built on our original programs and expanded our service until just four years ago, we were finally able to open our doors to clients with private insurance. Called “Camino a Casa” (translated to, “The Road Home”), our program offers Casa Pacifica’s clinical expertise and experience in treating children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral issues to our community at large. We’ve developed a full range of behavioral health care aimed at addressing the needs of children and youth from ages 9-17 years old and their families. With youth counseling services, intensive residential treatment, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and in-home behavioral services, Camino a Casa’s continuum of care is set up to help families with nearly any type of behavioral problem.
How Does Camino a Casa Help?
Our Camino a casa is a fully licensed and licensed agent in California by state authorities. If you live in the Thousand Oaks area, we help your teen or child by considering different treatment programs between the ages of 9 and 17. You should have an idea of all the outpatient programs we have for teens. Camino a casa is one of the leading NGOs in Southern California based on the Behavior and Mental Health Program. Among adolescent health services, Adolescent Programs in Thousand Oaks is one of them.
If you think that your child’s behavior is not normal, then you should contact us if your child is living a life of risky behavior. Our treatment program can help address a range of behavioral issues and you can get advice by contacting us. You can rely on our staff because all staff here are experts in education, clinical assessment, human health trauma-informed, and crisis intervention therapy specialists and trained. If you’re located in the Thousand Oaks area, you’re very close to our facility in Camarillo. We can also start this treatment by discussing the necessary issues with your child. We work closely with the services of the human health organization in the local Thousand Oaks area. If any member of your family needs health care for a mental or physical illness, you can receive immediate local services.
What Should I Do Next?
Contact us to see if your private insurance is accepted. We work with a number of healthcare plans. Take a tour of our facility! We’re always available to show you our beautiful 24-acre campus and point out the extensive facilities here in Camarillo. Meet our wonderful staff! All of our Camino Casa staff members are trained to make things comfortable for your child and to put everyone’s mind at ease. If you still have questions, feel free to call or visit our website to learn more about our programs and how we can assist you and your family.